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  1. Monday, October 8th BR: During this coming week, what are the 5 ‘activities’ that will consume most of your time? • Animal Behavior notes • HW: none

  2. Tuesday, October 9th BR: What are the 3 main criteria for FAPs? 1) Ethogram 2) Animal Behavior notes HW: know what BMs you have to make up 4th period meet in patio, Ashland side

  3. Monday, October 15th BR: In birds, why is the female attracted to the more colorful male, or the male with the longest tail?? – what does it show her? • Mold lab • Notes HW: write out the procedure for the mold lab Have out your mold pre-lab

  4. Expectations • Be on time • Have your homework completed & accessible • Behave appropriately for the activity • Use appropriate language at all times • Do not leave your seat without permission • Do not tap on the animal tanks • Do not pick up an animal without permission • Do not write on school/teacher property • Do not damage school/teacher property • Do not throw things in the classroom

  5. Mold lab - instructions Each team of 2-3 students will obtain 2 pieces of bread, 2 zip lock sandwich bags, 2 paper plates, & scissors. Label the bottom of each plate with your initials & class period. Trim the plates so that each will fit snuggly into a bag. Wipe 1 piece of bread on a surface in this room or (with permission) close by. –sorry, you may have to change your hypothesis. Place each piece of bread onto a plate, spray them with water so that they are damp but not soggy, they should be equally damp. Place each bread with plate into a bag and seal it.

  6. Monday, October 22nd CHECK YOUR MOLD!! BR: Are ‘tantrums’ learned or innate behavior? - Pie chart, grades 1)Notes Hw: finish migration WS, quiz tomorrow HW in the basket

  7. Wednesday, October 9th CHECK YOUR MOLD!! BR: what is an adaptation? What does it have to do with behavior? Lab make-up 7:20 on Thursday or immediately after school today in room 354 • √ Animal behavior WS • Notes Hw: Monarch quiz on Friday

  8. Thursday, October 10th CHECK YOUR MOLD!! BR: none Lab make-up immediately after school today in room 354 • Grade REACH • Notes Hw: Monarch quiz on Wednesday

  9. Animal Behavior

  10. An animal’s behavior is the sum of its responses to external & internal stimuli

  11. Understanding animal behavior requires answering 4 questions • What stimuli elicits the behavior, what physiological mechanisms control the response • How does an animal’s experience mediate the response • How does the behavior aid survival & reproduction • What is the behavior’s evolutionary history

  12. Animal Behavior Behavior is broken down into 2 main categories: • Innate behavior • Learned behavior

  13. Animal Behavior • Innate behavior is behavior that is developmentally fixed. • Learned behavior is the modification of behavior based on past experiences.

  14. Friday, October 11th CHECK YOUR MOLD!! BR: innate or learned? Walking? A baby nursing? A rat licking her baby? Religious beliefs? physical attraction? Adventurer’s Club trip this Sunday!! • √ WS • Notes Hw: Monarch quiz on Wednesday

  15. I. a. 1. 2. 3. 4. includes:

  16. I. Innate Behavior a. Fixed Action Patterns (FAP) - A series of unlearnedbehaviors that run in sequence

  17. FAP • Some of the simplest behaviors • Necessary for survival • ‘hardwired’ • frequently cannot be stopped once started • include:

  18. Fixed Action Pattern (FAP) behaviors include:

  19. Reproductive behavior – Darwin Beetles

  20. Feeding behavior – gull chicks

  21. Offspring care - egg rolling

  22. Predator avoidance – dropping moth

  23. Predator avoidance – jumping turtle

  24. Wednesday, October 16th CHECK YOUR MOLD!! landscape design BR: without looking at your notes – Name 3 types of FAP • Notes HW: Mold I revisions due Friday Mold II due Tuesday

  25. Fixed Action Pattern (FAP) behaviors include: • Reproductive behavior • Dances, displays • Aggression • Offspring care • Egg rolling • Feeding behaviors • Seagull chicks pecking on mom ‘red spot’ • Predator avoidance • Moths ‘drop’ when they ‘hear’ ultrasound wavelengths • Jumping turtle

  26. Animal Behavior • Innate behavior is behavior that is developmentally fixed. Ex – fixed action pattern • Learned behavior is the modification of behavior based on past experiences

  27. Examples of learned behavior

  28. Examples of learned behavior • Habituation–

  29. Examples of learned behavior • Habituation– the loss of responsiveness to a stimuli. Ex: the ‘cry wolf’ effect

  30. Examples of learned behavior • Habituation • Imprinting • Associative learning • Classical conditioning • Operant conditioning • Cognition

  31. Examples of learned behavior • Imprinting – this includes both innate & learned behavior

  32. Fig. 51-10a (a) Konrad Lorenz and geese

  33. Examples of learned behavior • Habituation • Imprinting • Associative learning • Classical conditioning • Operant conditioning • Cognition

  34. c. Associative learning – the ability to associate one environmental factor (color) with another (taste)

  35. Examples of learned behavior • Habituation • Imprinting • Associative learning • Classical conditioning • Operant conditioning • Cognition

  36. 1. Classical conditioning – a random stimuli becomes associated with a particular outcome

  37. Examples of learned behavior • Habituation • Imprinting c) Associative learning • Classical conditioning • Operant conditioning d) Cognition

  38. 2. Operant conditioning –trial & error learning

  39. Thursday, October 17th CHECK YOUR MOLD!! When you are done place your ‘mold’ in the bag on the back counter BR: what type of behavior is being shown in this video • Learning activity HW: Mold I revisions due Friday Mold II due Tuesday

  40. Examples of learned behavior b. Imprinting – this includes both innate & learned behavior c. Associative learning 1. Classical conditioning 2. Operant conditioning d. Cognition

  41. d. Cognition – problem solving

  42. Monday, October 21st BR: Are ‘tantrums’ learned or innate behavior? 1)pechakucha example 2) Notes Hw: Mold Lab II due tomorrow Computer lab Tues & Wed

  43. III. Oriented movement

  44. III. Oriented movement • Kinesis • Taxis • Migration

  45. a. Kinesis - A change in activity in response to a stimulus Fig. 51-4 Moist site under leaf Dry open area Sow bug