is a Jeopardy-like game where students get to test their knowledge of topics taught in a typical high school biology
unit on Classification and Taxonomy
. These topics are found in four separate categories, as described below.
- Classification (introductory concepts)
- Cladograms (interpreting)
Just to make things more interesting and fun, the final category is random art history
trivia. Trust me, your students will love this category the most! In addition, there are double point
and triple point
slides hidden in the game!
A final Chalkboard Challenge question ask students what were 3 significant adaptations that aquatic animals evolved so that their ancestors could survive on land.
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