Presentation on theme: "Our Natural Selection Project Our Natural Selection Project Marisha H. Britnee B. Jennifer S. Angela P. Nov. 21, 2006."— Presentation transcript:
Our Natural Selection Project Our Natural Selection Project Marisha H. Britnee B. Jennifer S. Angela P. Nov. 21, 2006
We Taught … General Myer Elementary School Ms. Tompkins 4 th grade class 1pm-2pm was our time frame ( extra time for set up)
How We Started We introduced ourselves and the topic of the day, which was Natural Selection. We asked and then told the class what Natural Selection was and then asked them to recall the definition after the activity.
How We Started … All 19 students were eager excited to participate. About 96% of the class participated. We gave examples of Light and Dark colored Moths and also showed a visual for that. We also gave them an example with Hummingbird’s beaks as well. These examples were also asked to be recalled.
Our Activity We separated the class into four groups, and then passed out our materials so we could get started. The objective was to see what prey(color bead) got eaten the most with which predator(Utensil).
The Activity! We asked the students what they thought the outcome would be and here is what they thought! Pink and White Beads will get eaten the most and will tie. The Hands and Spoons will work the best
The Outcome The students tallied up their results and here are the actual results! Black beads-36 Pink beads-41 White-41 Clear- 39 Hands, Spoons, Fork, Knife
Our Time Is Up! Our Natural Selection Project with Ms. Tompkins 4 th grade class was so much of success and we had a great time with the students!