A great way to end the unit on Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration that allows students to use their imaginations while expressing their mastery of the content knowledge.
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Use this to make teaching about Biomes fun! Students can work alone or in small groups to complete this project. Each student/group of students is assigned a biome where they develop a presentation that is then shared with their class.
Through this project students work in groups to explore various ecological hotspots around the world. They then develop an argument as to why their hotspot needs to be saved over the other groups. Helps to develop the evidence based claim skill.
This worksheet is meant to get students thinking about the differences between co-dominance and incomplete dominance when discussing mendelian exceptions. Students will have to develop punnett squares to defend their claims.
This summative project is for an Evolution Unit. Students will use the knowledge they gained throughout the unit to develop a new, unique organism that is "perfectly" adapted to its environment due to various processes of evolution. Students will