LESSON – Discovering How Populations Change

Discovering How Populations Change

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Your students will get an introduction to evolution and learn about how populations change over time. This self-contained lesson contains interactive glossary flip cards, thought-provoking questions, and a knowledge check quiz. It gives you unlimited options so that you can choose how you want to deliver it, whether you decide to include it as part of other teaching or let it stand on its own.

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  • Contains 103 Resources: 82 Lessons and 21 Final Assessments
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  • Over 80 Knowledge Check Quizzes
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Content
This lesson is part of Evolution and Its Processes Chapter, and makes up the Concepts of Biology course. All content is rigorously peer-reviewed by educators.

Learning Objectives
By the end of this lesson, students should be able to:

  • Explain how Darwin’s theory of evolution differed from the current view at the time
  • Describe how the present-day theory of evolution was developed
  • Describe how population genetics is used to study the evolution of populations

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