Access Point #: SC.912.L.15.Su.5

Recognize that some living things, such as fish and turtles, produce very large numbers of offspring because most will die as a result of dangers in the environment before they grow up.
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Number: SC.912.L.15.Su.5
Category: Supported
Date Adopted or Revised: 02/08
Standard: Diversity and Evolution of Living Organisms

A. The scientific theory of evolution is the fundamental concept underlying all of biology.

B. The scientific theory of evolution is supported by multiple forms of scientific evidence.

C. Organisms are classified based on their evolutionary history.

D. Natural selection is a primary mechanism leading to evolutionary change.

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2002080: M/J Comprehensive Science 2, Advanced
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2002440: Integrated Science 3
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2002460: Integrated Science 4
2000300: Intensive Science
2002500: Marine Science 1
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2000410: Zoology
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7920015: Access Biology 1
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7920040: Fundamental Integrated Science 3
2001341: Environmental Science Honors

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Modeling for Understanding Natural Selection:

This series of lessons introduces students to evolutionary reasoning and to the explanatory power of the Darwinian model of natural selection. Students read three evolutionary scientists' (Paley, Lamarck and Darwin) original work and compare their thinking, proposed mechanism of evolution, use of evidence, and explanatory power of their theory. They apply the three scientists thinking to another scenario to refine their understanding of the explanations.

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