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The Beginning of Fish: The Cambrian Period
Students will learn about how the Cambrian Period and some of the simple animals in it helped to shape the fish we know today.
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Through an engaging Powerpoint presentation and in-class discussion, students will learn about the very beginnings of fish that began in the Cambrian Period nearly 541 million years ago by learning about a few specific species that set down the blueprints for the fish we are familiar with today. A couple of short Youtube videos will be shown during class that will help students envision these animals during the Cambrian.
Students will understand the beginning of fish after taking this class. We will discuss the different species that developed the blueprint of today's fish. The discussion will be accompanied by a Powerpoint presentation and a couple of short Youtube videos.
All students will need is a pencil and paper for notes.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Kennedi TravisA Little Bit About Me
109 total reviews
113 completed classes
My name is Kennedi Travis and I have a passion for passing on knowledge! I have a Bachelor's Degree in Wildlife Management from Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, SD, and worked for the state of South Dakota as a Fisheries Technician for...