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KNOW
(Facts, formulas, vocabulary – what students
need to “know” to do the “do”)
Natural selection
Species
Evolution
Biodiversity
Genetic Variation
Overproduction of Offspring
Struggle for Survival
Competition
Adaptation
Charles Darwin
Mutation
Superbug
MRSA
Resistant
Allele
J curve
Exponential growth
Biological species concept
Fitness
Immigration
Emigration
Acquired traits
Genetic Traits
UNDERSTAND
(Concepts, principles, generalizations – the
“big ideas”)
Four processes, genetic variation, overproduction of
offspring, struggle for survival and differential
survival and reproduction work to change species
overtime.
According to the biological species concept,
populations must be able to mate in the wild and
produce fertile offspring to be considered the same
species.
DO
(Processes and kills such as literacy,
numeracy, and thinking skills – always starts
with a verb)
Describe and give examples of variation,
overproduction, competition in nature
Explain how overproduction of offspring affects
competition between individuals in a species.
Explain how variation among individuals affects
whether they are more successful and leave more
offspring.
Describe the relationship between mutation and
variation.
Give reasons why populations are not exploding.
Explain why not all members of a population have
an equal chance of surviving.
Use the four processes of natural selection to explain
how a new species occurs.
Make a claim as to whether two populations are
the same species using evidence and reasoning
based on the biological species concept.
Use evidence to support and explanation about
how a superbug has evolved by natural selection