Emergency Sub Plans: Evolution of Skin Color In Humans

Emergency Sub Plans: Evolution of Skin Color In Humans
Emergency Sub Plans: Evolution of Skin Color In Humans
Emergency Sub Plans: Evolution of Skin Color In Humans
Emergency Sub Plans: Evolution of Skin Color In Humans
Emergency Sub Plans: Evolution of Skin Color In Humans
Emergency Sub Plans: Evolution of Skin Color In Humans
Emergency Sub Plans: Evolution of Skin Color In Humans
Emergency Sub Plans: Evolution of Skin Color In Humans
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This EDITABLE, No-Prep assignment is meant to be completed individually and is perfect for an emergency sub plan in any science class. Print it out, and you're ready to go! It asks students to read and analyze four different aspects of the evolution of skin colors: indigenous populations and human migrations, UV exposure in different regions, Folic acid & Vitamin D. Students will analyze these different aspects and how they relate to biological fitness in different regions.

This activity is part of a bundle that includes several activities. You can save money by purchasing it here: Natural Selection Bundle

Included in this file is a PDF and a Word document so you can feel free to use "as is" or modify and differentiate to fit your classroom and students' needs. ANSWER KEY INCLUDED. Enjoy!

**This is recommended for students who have background knowledge of natural selection and evolution.**
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