Resource: “The Origin of Species” section in Ch. 14 of Campbell Essential Biology With Physiology.
Choose a species to research.
Create a 7- to 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation about your chosen species.
Include the following in your presentation:
- How may your species have evolved?
- Describe the mechanism of speciation, in general, and apply the mechanism to the species you researched.
- Include evidence that supports your speciation hypothesis.
- What role does natural selection play with this species?
- What role does it play with evolution in general?
- Does that apply to this species?
Include detailed speaker notes with citations.
Include references in APA format.
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Rubric for the Species Presentation
|Content (60 points)|
|The specific species is identified||x/5|
|An explanation is given on how your species may have evolved.||xx/10|
|A description of the mechanism of speciation is given and is applied to the species researched.||xx/15|
|Evidence is given supporting the speciation hypothesis.||xx/10|
|An explanation is given on the role natural selection has played with the specific species researched.||xx/10|
|An explanation is given on the role natural selection in general of all species.||xx/10|
|Mechanics (20 points)|
|No spelling errors||x/5|
|7 to 10 slides presented. All slides have visuals pertaining to the topic.||x/5|
|All slides have no more than 5 bullets and no more than 5 words per bullet.||x/5|
|Detailed speaker notes are given with citations. References are APA formatted.||x/5|
|Total points (80 points)||xx/80|
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