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DCIS Montbello - Daily Lesson Plan Template. T/F pd. ⅘, and both 8/9 classes. The following students were assigned detention Friday because they did not turn in their fossil essay:

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t f pd and both 8 9 classes
T/F pd. ⅘, and both 8/9 classes

The following students were assigned detention Friday because they did not turn in their fossil essay:

If you did not go to detention you now have Saturday school :( (I don’t think there’s a way to get your name off of that list)

If you have your essay, turn it in

do now 10 21
Do Now 10/21
  • Herds of elk live around Rocky Mountain National Park. Bears are predators of Elk. Explain how elk have evolved with the ability to run faster.

(Write 2-3 sentences in your notebook.)

  • For less than 1 minute, pair with your shoulder buddy and share your explanation.
today s agenda
Today’s Agenda
  • Turn in any completed work
  • Do Now
  • Vocab practice
  • Bird Q
  • Natural Selection/Index cards
  • Antibiotic Resistance
  • Exit Ticket

(correct review TEST)

vocab practice challenge 4 min
Vocab Practice Challenge: 4 min
  • You have 1 OR 2 numbers on your white board that correspond (go with) the number of a definition.
  • Work with your group on matching the correct word with its definition. Look at the word bank and write your answer on your board.
  • When ready, send 1 person up to write the word into its definition
learning target 10 20
Learning Target 10/20

After reading information on a website and analyzing my answers, I can construct a definition and provide examples of natural selection.

Objetivo de aprendizaje* objectif d'apprentissage

buddy work 7 min
Buddy Work 7 min

Go to the website for “Natural Selection” http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evosite/history/naturalselection.shtml

Answer questions

check in about 1 2
Check in about #1-2

#1: “Raw material” for Darwin’s theory of evolution???

#2: Speculation???

Write your answers to #1-2 on the whiteboard and show it to the class.

partner work
Partner work

Ask each other:

Where did you find that answer?

How do you know that?

Check answers for #1-4, move onto #5-8.

7 8 on review test
#7-8 on Review Test

Can a bird grow its beak to adapt to its environment over a lifetime?

Is a bird like Pinnochio???

Do we agree with Lamarck and acquired traits?

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As you watch these scientists studying the effect of a drought, a selective pressure, on the finches, answer the following:

1)Did the finches change their beak size in one generation? Did the birds grow longer beaks?

2)Did the average length of beaks change from one generation to the next? Did the birds with the unfavorable trait die and not pass traits on?

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Note:

Vanessa and Ruvi have turned in Natural Selection WS

do now 10 22
Do Now 10/22
  • Why do you think scientists who study evolution and natural selection believe it is important to study antibiotic resistance?

Write 2-3 sentences justifying your answer.

turn and talk
Turn and Talk
  • In relation to antibiotics, what is this picture representing?
preteach aminoglycosides e g streptomycin
Preteach: aminoglycosides, e.g. streptomycin

inhibit bacterial protein synthesis

i.e. bacteria attacked with this antibiotic can no longer make proteins

Merck Manual, 2014; Kaiser, 2007

antibiotic resistance tb
Antibiotic Resistance TB
  • Buddy up with someone at your group
  • Open a computer and google the title,

“An antibiotic that exploits evolutionary history”

or type:

http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/news/111001_tuberculosis

antibiotic resistance tb1
Antibiotic Resistance TB
  • Buddy up with someone at your group
  • Answer the following questions on a sheet of paper with both your names on it
  • When finished, turn into INBOX

Google the title, “An antibiotic that exploits evolutionary history” or type: http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/news/111001_tuberculosis

when finished with computer activity
When finished with computer activity….

Continue working on making index cards with vocabulary words and a picture on one side.

Words are on white board

Extra index cards are on stool near white board

exit ticket tb
Exit ticket TB

In what ways can an evolutionary biologist help doctors treat their patients effectively?

Write 1-2 phrases on a separate piece of paper with your name.

ext buddy read and write qs
Ext. Buddy read and Write Qs

With a partner,

Read the article “Ebola mutating rapidly as it spreads”

Write 3 Qs in your notebook

exit ticket
Exit Ticket

According to natural selection, a species that doesn’t have necessary adaptations to changing environments will most likely:

  • become dormant (sleep/hibernate)
  • reproduce
  • become extinct
  • fossilize
answer
Answer
  • become extinct
explain
Explain

A species that doesn’t have necessary adaptations to changing environments will most likely go extinct. Beneficial traits help organisms survive and are passed on. However, if organisms never adapt, never become better, they are unable to live long enough to survive and reproduce (make babies).

when finished with computer activity1
When finished with computer activity….

Continue working on making index cards with vocabulary words and a picture on one side.

Words are on white board

Extra index cards are on stool near white board

ext natural selection
Ext. Natural Selection

To learn more:

http://www.sciencechannel.com/games-and-interactives/charles-darwin-game.htm

http://sciencenetlinks.com/interactives/Evolution.swf

pd m th
Pd. ⅘ M/Th

The following students are missing Review TEST packet:

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Hazlo ahora 10/21

Las manadas de alces (Elk) viven alrededor del Parque Nacional de las Montañas Rocosas. Los osos son depredadores de Elk . Explicar cómo el número de alces han evolucionado con la habilidad de correr más rápido ?

objetivo de aprendizaje
Objetivo de aprendizaje

Después de leer la información en un sitio web y el análisis de mis respuestas , puedo construir una definición y dar ejemplos de selección natural .

natural selection
Natural Selection

En una computadora:

www.sesbe.org/evosite/history/naturalselection.shtml.html

*el trabajo en clase es en Inglés*La página web está en español*Puede responder a las preguntas en Inglés o español

cuando terminaste
Cuando terminaste

Cuando haya terminado con la selección natural , se puede trabajar en la fabricación de tarjetas.Necesita palabra en un lado , y la definición y la imagen en el otro lado

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Una especie que no tiene las necesarias adaptaciones a entornos cambiantes irá muy probablemente extinta . Los rasgos que son los organismos de ayuda beneficiosos sobreviven y se transmiten . Sin embargo , si los organismos se adaptan nunca , nunca ser mejores , no son capaces de vivir lo suficiente para sobrevivir y reproducirse . ( hacer que los bebés )
do now
Do Now

Why do you think scientists who study evolution and natural selection think it is important to study antibiotic resistance?

preteach aminoglycosides e g streptomycin1
Preteach: aminoglycosides, e.g. streptomycin

inhibit bacterial protein synthesis

i.e. bacteria attacked with aminoglycosides can no longer make proteins

Merck Manual, 2014

antibiotic resistance
Antibiotic Resistance
  • Buddy up with someone at your group
  • Answer the following questions on a sheet of paper with both your names on it
  • When finished, turn in to INBOX

http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/news/111001_tuberculosis

exit ticket1
Exit ticket

In what ways can an evolutionary biologists help doctors treat their patients effectively?