Evolution and the Nature of Science Institutes: Lesson Plans
http://www.indiana.edu/~ensiweb/less.fs.html

Evolution & the Nature of Science Institutes


This website provides access to lesson plans published by the Evolution and the Nature of Science Institutes (ENSI). Based on 32 key ideas of scientific thought, the ENSI program emphasizes the importance of teaching the nature of modern science before introducing the elements of evolution as an example of modern scientific thinking. This website features lessons in three categories - the nature of science, the origins of life, and evolution. Lesson plans are organized into eight sections including an overview of concepts and objectives, logistics such as time, materials, and teaching preparations, and ready-to-use handouts and worksheets for students. These lessons are intended for use in any high school biology course, and may also be used in middle school and/or lower division university courses depending on slight modifications and the experience and level of students.

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Subject: Biology, :Evolution, Geoscience:Paleontology:Evolution
Resource Type: Course Information
Grade Level: Graduate/Professional
Topics: Biosphere