Invertebrate Biology Art Project: Medieval Bestiary Art Project with Rubric

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This is a great project for the end of the Biology Invertebrate Unit.
The students love the creative aspect and have fun inventing new animals.

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A Medieval Bestiary is a book (usually illustrated) with symbolic and amusing descriptions of fabled beasts.

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The purpose of this assignment is to provide the students with an opportunity to create their own page of a Medieval Bestiary which will include an image of a Chimera, a fictitious animal that is a combination of two species.
Their project will include a description of their Chimera using the knowledge gained while studying biology. The chimera will incorporate at least one Invertebrate Phylum and another Phylum of the student's choice.


Prescribed Learning Outcome:


to analyze principles of taxonomy
to analyze Kingdom system of classification, taxons, binomial nomenclature
to analyze characteristics of the kingdoms Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia
to analyze the functional inter-relationships of organisms
within an ecosystem
analyze how the increasing complexity of animal phyla
represents an evolutionary continuum



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Invertebrate Biology Art Project: Medieval Bestiary Art Pr
Invertebrate Biology Art Project: Medieval Bestiary Art Pr