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Interactive video lesson plan for: Science in Focus Darwins Evolution G64LS18

Activity overview:

1. What is similar about the skulls?

2. What are the differences between the skulls?

3. Which part of the skull changed over time?

4. When was Charles Darwin born?

5. What did most people believe about where people come from?

6. What did they find in Dorset?

7. Who found lots of fossils?

8. What happened to the ichthyosaur?

9. What did Lamark believe?

10. Was Lamark correct?

11. What job was Darwin going to do?

12. Where did Darwin go?

13. Where were the birds from?

14. What was different about the birds?

15. If an island has insects, what sort of beaks will the birds have?

16. If an island has seeds, what sort of beaks will the birds have?

17. What did Malthus say?

18. Which animals survive?

19. Why was Darwin nervous to publish his theory?

Tagged under: Science,Focus,Darwins,Evolution

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