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Students will work in groups to select 5-10 organisms, create a dichotomous key that could identify them, and a cladogram to show their evolutionary relationships.
This performance task requires groups to select 5- 10 organisms, analyze their characteristics thoroughly and develop a dichotomous key that others could use to identify them. They will then place these organisms in a cladogram.They will hand their project off to another group for them to recreate a cladogram after keying out the organisms. They will compare their finished product with the one originally produced and discuss with each other any differences they observed.
Dichotomous Keys and Cladograms Performance Task
This performance task requires groups to select 5- 10...
Dichotomous Key Performance Task Rubric-Model
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Annually Assessed on Biology EOC. Also assesses SC.912.L.15.10; SC.912.N.1.3; SC.912.N.1.4; SC.912.N.1.6; SC.912.N.2.1; SC.912.N.3.1; and SC.912.N.3.4.
Annually Assessed on Biology EOC. Also assesses SC.912.L.15.4; SC.912.L.15.5; SC.912.N.1.3; and SC.912.N.1.6.
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