Looking for a fun, engaging instructional resource for teaching sexual and asexual reproduction? Why not give doodle notes a try?
Doodle Notes will aid in student concept retention, focus, creativity, and engagement. Students will use this graphic organizer to define sexual and asexual reproduction and give examples of each. Students will compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of each type of reproduction. Included in the asexual reproduction are budding, fission, fragmentation, spores, vegetative propogation, and parthenogenesis. PLEASE NOTE - This doodle note is meant to be a general overview of the differences between sexual and asexual reproduction!
Students will gain experience in synthesizing information and creating their own tangible connections in their notes.
Also included is a one page student quiz/review to help you assess mastery of the doodle note content. It includes identification, short answer, and fill-in-the-blank.
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✔ A completed example of doodle notes
✔ Student Quiz
✔ Teacher Key
Doodle notes are a great addition to interactive notebooks and can be used as mini personal anchor charts for your students! They can be used as teacher guided instruction or as individual/pair assignments. Have students share their doodle notes and discuss key ideas to fill in any gaps and to solidify their learning!
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