VERTEBRATES CLASSIFICATION POWER POINT

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By Maggie's Files -What are Vertebrates is a 45 slide show and a 8 pages of students notes that are going to help you teach the topic of Vertebrates for secondary students.
This presentation contains 6 formative assessments, animation, graphic organizer. common core standards and more.


Contents: What are vertebrates, chordates, main characteristics, habitat, type of reproduction, nutrition for the main groups of vertebrates. Fish, Amphibian, reptile, birds and mammals.

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Animal Characteristics
ALL VERTEBRATES BELONG TO THESE CATEGORIES:

KINGDOM ANIMALIA
PHYLUM CHORDATA
SUBPHYLUM VERTEBRATA
Two Categories of Animals
Invertebrates
Without a backbone

Vertebrates
With a backbone

backbone
bilateral symmetry
closed circulatory system
efficient respiratory system
complex brain and nervous system


FISH
Fish

Have backbone
Most have scaly skin
Most are cold blooded
Take oxygen from water
Most lay jelly-like eggs

Three type of fish
Jawless
No bones- skeletons are made of cartilage
Round, jawless mouths
Ex. Hagfish and lamprey
Cartilaginous
No bones- skeletons are made of cartilage
Jaw
No swim bladder
Ex. Sharks and rays
Bony fish
Skeletons are made of bone
Swim bladder for buoyancy
Ex. Flounder and trout


Fish
Fish - skeleton
Learning check No 1
AMPHIBIANS
Examples- Frogs, Toads, Salamanders.

Amphibians
Live on land and in water
webbed feet
breathe with lungs and gills
Cold-blooded
Moist smooth skin- not hair or fur
Lay jelly coated eggs in water

Amphibians
As adults, they live on land, but rely on water for breeding and egg development.
All go through metamorphosis, in which the young gradually lose their tails and gills and develop legs, lungs, and other adult structures.

X-ray - Frog
Amphibian

REPTILES
Reptiles
Have scales, not fur
Have dry skin
Usually lay eggs
Sometimes live young
They posses an ear hole
instead of ears
4 legs or no legs
Cold-blooded
Examples-snakes, lizards, turtles, crocodiles, and alligators.

Types of Reptiles
Alligators and crocodiles
Are carnivores
Alligators- broad rounded snouts
Crocodiles- narrow pointed snouts; teeth are visible when mouth is closed
Turtles
Have shells for protection
Lizards and snakes: lay eggs
Desert tortoise (top left), lizard (top right), king snake (bottom left), lizards (bottom right)
Reptilia
Snake - skeleton
X-ray of lizard
Learning check No 3
BIRDS
Birds
Have feathers and hollow bones
Lay hard shelled eggs
Warm blooded
Bird - skeleton
Birds - Aves


MAMMALS
Mammals
Have hair and nurse their young
Most give birth to live young
Warm blooded


Human skeleton

Mammalia

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Teaching Duration
1 hour

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VERTEBRATES CLASSIFICATION POWER POINT
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VERTEBRATES CLASSIFICATION POWER POINT
VERTEBRATES CLASSIFICATION POWER POINT
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