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Asexual Reproduction in Animals. There’s more than one way to have kids!. Consider the following…. What we are learning…. Big Goal: I can differentiate between sexual and asexual reproduction. Today’s Focus: I can explain three ways that animals reproduce asexually. Making Predictions.

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asexual reproduction in animals

Asexual Reproduction in Animals

There’s more than one way to have kids!

what we are learning
What we are learning…
  • Big Goal: I can differentiate between sexual and asexual reproduction.
  • Today’s Focus: I can explain three ways that animals reproduce asexually.
making predictions
Making Predictions
  • Read each statement on the guide.
  • Check agree or disagree on the before side only!
  • Don’t write anything else yet…
a sexual reproduction
Asexual Reproduction
  • Reproducing without sex
  • Making new organisms with the same genetic code or DNA as the parent organism
  • Basically the children are clones of the parent
group investigation part one defining the types
Group Investigation Part One – Defining the Types
  • Leader reads the 1-2-3 small slips of paper.
  • Group writes down in their own words a definition for each: budding, fragmentation, regeneration
  • Time: 5 min.
group investigation part two deciding on the type
Group Investigation Part Two – Deciding on the Type
  • Leader gives out animal cards to group members to read to the group. (There are five so leader reads two.)
  • As each person reads about the animal, decide as a group which type of asexual reproduction that animal does (budding, fragmentation, regeneration).
  • Time: 10 min.
organizing tip
Organizing Tip
  • Lay out the 1-2-3 cards
  • Lay out the animals that belong under each type.
group investigation part three underlining the evidence
Group Investigation – Part ThreeUnderlining the Evidence
  • Leader asks group what evidence shows the animal card belongs under budding, fragmentation, or regeneration.
  • Recorder underlines the evidence on each animal card that proves it belongs under that type of asexual reproduction.
  • Time: 6 min.
what we are learning1
What we are learning…
  • Big Goal: I can differentiate between sexual and asexual reproduction.
  • Today’s Focus: I can explain three ways that animals reproduce asexually.
let s get some feedback
Let’s Get Some Feedback
  • Fill in your graphic organizer example boxes with the animals that belong under each type of asexual reproduction.
  • Count how many your group got correct!
budding hydra and yeast
Budding- Hydra and Yeast

A new clone grows on the side of the parent’s body. It may separate from the parent or remain attached.

fragmentation flatworm
Fragmentation - Flatworm

Separating into pieces so that

each piece can grow into a clone of the parent

regeneration starfish and sponges
Regeneration – Starfish and Sponges

A new organism grows back from a piece of the parent that was torn off.

what we are learning2
What we are learning…
  • Big Goal: I can differentiate between sexual and asexual reproduction.
  • Today’s Focus: I can explain three ways that animals reproduce asexually.
return to your predictions
Return to Your Predictions
  • Read each statement on the guide.
  • Check agree or disagree on the before side only!
  • Now, with your partner, come up with a statement of evidence (from the research we just did) to prove why your agree or disagree is true.
why is this important
Why is this important?
  • What could scientists learn from these organisms that might help us as humans?
hydras never age
Hydras – Never age
  • When people get older, more and more of their cells lose the ability to form new cells. This is why older people tend to have less muscle tissue and a weaker heart (made of cardiac muscle). If it were possible to influence these aging processes, humans could feel physically better for much longer. Studying animal tissue such as those of Hydra may help us understand how to prevent this aging.
starfish and sponges regenerate
Starfish and Sponges Regenerate
  • Humans who have to have amputated arms or legs might benefit from what we learn about these organisms that can grow back missing parts.
write about it
Write About It…
  • Write a well-written paragraph explaining how animals can reproduce asexually.
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Topic Sentence – Animals can reproduce asexually in three different ways.

Budding

A. Definition

B. Example/Explanation

Fragmentation

A. Definition

B. Example/Explanation

Regeneration

A. Definition

B. Example/Explanation

Conclusion

A. Re-state topic sentence

B. Tell why this topic is important in the real world

How to Succeed on this Assessment

peer feedback
Peer Feedback
  • Read your partner’s paragraph.
  • Write one thing that can be improved.
  • Write one thing that has been done well.
  • Be specific!
sum it up
Sum it Up!
  • What did we learn today?