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Unit Review - Taxonomy and Classification

Unit Review - Taxonomy and Classification
Unit Review - Taxonomy and Classification
Unit Review - Taxonomy and Classification
Unit Review - Taxonomy and Classification
Unit Review - Taxonomy and Classification
Unit Review - Taxonomy and Classification
Unit Review - Taxonomy and Classification
Unit Review - Taxonomy and Classification
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This is a 12-page unit review document to help students review a high school biology unit on classification and taxonomy.

I typically hand out this review document to students at the end of the unit to clarify what content will be covered on an upcoming unit test and to give them a series of scaled review questions in a variety of formats, including fill in the blanks, short answer, tables, diagrams, and word problems, where applicable.

Two Unit Reviews in One!

Since this particular topic is so large, I divided up this unit review into 2 separate documents, each with their own answer keys. In this way, the teacher can hand out each section over two separate classes. The sections are as follows:

Unit Review – Taxonomy, Part 1 (Linnaeus – Fungi) – 6 pages, including answer key
Unit Review – Taxonomy, Part 2 (Invertebrates – Primates) – 6 pages, including answer key

This unit review document does not contain questions on Kingdom Plantae. I plan to release worksheets and review documents on plants in a separate unit on plants, exclusively.

Unit Review Contents:

Unit Review – Taxonomy, Part 1 (Linnaeus – Fungi):
- Linnaean classification scheme
- Woess’ 3 domain system (Archaea, Bacteria, Eukarya)
- Kingdom Archaeabacteria
- Kingdom Eubacteria
- Kingdom Protista
- Kingdom Fungi
- Answer key

Unit Review – Taxonomy, Part 2 (Invertebrates - Primates):
- What are animals
- Animal body plants (e.g. symmetry, germ layers, body cavities, embryology, cephalization, etc.)
- Kingdom Animalia
- Invertebrates
- Invertebrate chordates (tunicates and lancelets)
- Vertebrates and chordates
- Animal groups (e.g. three types of fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals)
- Primates

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