shoe classification.doc - Biology Classification of Shoes Objective to understand how life is organized Materials Required you and your left shoe

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Biology: Classification of Shoes Objective: to understand how life is organized Materials Required : you and your left shoe Activity Time : 30 minutes Concepts Taught: Classification Introduction : Before studying taxonomy and nomenclature of living things, students can first learn to classify shoes into kingdoms, phylums, classes, etc. After they learn how to classify shoes, students are able to understand why andhow living things are classified. Procedure 1. Take off your left shoe and toss it into a pile at the front lab table. Don’t be shy; all feet are funny smelling and looking! 2. I will need three volunteers to assist with this activity and one person to go to the
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Unformatted text preview: chalkboard to draw the classification system as the activity progresses. 3. How would divide the shoes into three groups (domains), based on similarities. Put these three domains at the top of the board. Divide the shoes into three piles. 4. Divide one of the domains into kingdoms. Draw the kingdoms on the board. 5. Continue until every shoe is a species all by itself. After this lesson, 6. Discuss the taxonomy and classification of living things into domains, kingdoms, phylums, classes, etc. Make sure the system on the board follows the lesson, so later you can go back and label the shoes as species, classes, etc....
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