CLAIM EVIDENCE REASONING REBUTTAL Rapid and Slow Life History Foldable

CLAIM EVIDENCE REASONING REBUTTAL Rapid and Slow Life History Foldable
CLAIM EVIDENCE REASONING REBUTTAL Rapid and Slow Life History Foldable
CLAIM EVIDENCE REASONING REBUTTAL Rapid and Slow Life History Foldable
CLAIM EVIDENCE REASONING REBUTTAL Rapid and Slow Life History Foldable
CLAIM EVIDENCE REASONING REBUTTAL Rapid and Slow Life History Foldable
CLAIM EVIDENCE REASONING REBUTTAL Rapid and Slow Life History Foldable
CLAIM EVIDENCE REASONING REBUTTAL Rapid and Slow Life History Foldable
CLAIM EVIDENCE REASONING REBUTTAL Rapid and Slow Life History Foldable
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Claim, Evidence, Reasoning, and Rebuttal (C.E.R.R) for Rapid and Slow Life History Patterns Foldable.

Rapid and Slow Life History Patterns are taught when studying populations during Ecology. The life history of a species is the pattern of survival and reproduction events typical for a member of a species. They involve Natural Selection and tradeoffs between growth, survival, and reproduction for the success of the species to pass on their genes to future generations. This foldable consists of Life History Patterns, explanations and examples for Body Size, Maturation, Time of Reproduction, and Life Span. Students will use their foldable which can be used complete or teacher driven and read the short excerpt to argue the question: Why would it be more advantageous to have a rapid or slow life history?
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Teacher Foldable (which can be used as a power point)
Student Template Foldable (with reading excerpt and Claim, Evidence, Response, Rebuttal format)
Claim, Evidence, Response, Rebuttal Classroom mini Poster/Power Point/template)

Next Generation Science Standard:
HS-LS2-6: Evaluate claims, evidence, and reasoning that the complex interactions in ecosystems maintain relatively consistent numbers and types of organisms in stable conditions, but changing conditions may result in a new ecosystem.
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