Discussion Storyboard - MS - Classification

Updated: 10/9/2017
Discussion Storyboard - MS - Classification
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Classification Lesson Plans

Classification and Taxonomic Rank

Lesson Plans by Oliver Smith

Scientists have discovered over a million different species of living things on Earth, but they estimate there could be as many as nine million in total. That means there are millions of species still to be discovered. All over the world, even in the most difficult and extreme environments, we find life. The life on Earth is hugely varied, from the mold growing on your food, to human beings, to mushrooms in the woods. Scientists have devised a way of classifying these organisms, not only to organize them, but also to highlight similarities and differences.


Classification

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Animal Classification Discussion Storyboard

Storyboard Text

  • Animals are classified by their color.
  • Animals are classified by where they live.
  • Animals are classified by DNA.
  • Animals are classified by their characteristics.
  • The students are thinking about how animals are classified.
  • Sara
  • Chelsea
  • Jose
  • Curtis