CELLS: ENDOSYMBIOTIC THEORY USING CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING, REBUTTAL

CELLS:  ENDOSYMBIOTIC THEORY USING CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING, REBUTTAL
CELLS:  ENDOSYMBIOTIC THEORY USING CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING, REBUTTAL
CELLS:  ENDOSYMBIOTIC THEORY USING CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING, REBUTTAL
CELLS:  ENDOSYMBIOTIC THEORY USING CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING, REBUTTAL
CELLS:  ENDOSYMBIOTIC THEORY USING CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING, REBUTTAL
CELLS:  ENDOSYMBIOTIC THEORY USING CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING, REBUTTAL
CELLS:  ENDOSYMBIOTIC THEORY USING CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING, REBUTTAL
CELLS:  ENDOSYMBIOTIC THEORY USING CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING, REBUTTAL
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Use CLAIM, EVIDENCE, REASONING AND REBUTTAL to discuss the evolution of Eukaryotic cells. Did Eukaryotes arise from Prokaryotes? State a Claim, Back it up with Evidence, Give your Reasoning, and add a Rebuttal! The Endosymbiotic Theory is used in Biology courses to discuss how Eukaryotic cells evolved over the course of time. This lesson discusses the Endosymbiotic Theory in a reading selection and gives a short description of the differences in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Students will use Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning to argue if this theory supports the evolution of cells.
Next Generation Science Standard:
HS-LS4-1 Communicate scientific information that common ancestry and biological evolution are supported by multiple lines of empirical evidence.

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