Presentation on theme: "Behaviour in Animals. Learning Intentions I know what the difference between innate and learned behaviour is I can describe examples of innate and learned."— Presentation transcript:
Behaviour in Animals
Learning Intentions I know what the difference between innate and learned behaviour is I can describe examples of innate and learned behaviour
Behaviour Animal behaviour is determined by a combination of inherited characteristics, life experiences and the environment What do you think this means? Write down your ideas in your jotter
Innate vs Learned behaviour – copy this Innate behaviour is when you already have a behaviour ‘built in’, from your genes. It’s instinctive. Learned behaviour is something that you develop from interacting with the world. You may be taught it.
Task Make a list of innate and learned behaviours in your jotter
Examples What follows next are a series of clips to illustrate examples of behaviour Makes notes as you watch each clip
Summary Write down 3 things you have learned today Write down 2 key words that summarise today’s lesson Write down 1 aspect of the lesson you’d like to learn more about Hand in your jotter at the end of the lesson!