1. Watch at least two student evolutionary evidence videos from lines of evidence that differ from each other and from your own line of evidence. Your goal should be to have knowledge of three separate lines of evidence after you are finished viewing the videos.
  2. Leave constructive feedback for each video you watch using Youtube’s “Add a public comment…” field below each video. Provide one positive feedback and one suggestion for improvement in each case. Note: You will have to do this from your personal Gmail account to bypass the school account’s commenting restrictions.
  3. Reflect on your biological statistics/evolutionary evidence unit learning and growth (image, below left). What would you like the world to know that you have learned and what you think about it? Please ensure to address all three standards, one each within three paragraphs.
  4. Write a blog post (don’t forget the answer garden considerations for P1 and P4) about your learning with hyperlinks to each of the two evolutionary evidence videos you watched as you make reference to the learning you gleaned from within them. Be sure to provide a hyperlink to your own video too!
  5. Include one unique graphic that YOU create, providing your audience with a helpful visual and giving your blog visual appeal (image, below right). Recall the myriad apps available for free to create graphics, and recall the beautiful simplicity of pen and paper too!
  6. Once finished, tweet the link to your blog post to garner a wider audience. Your tweet should contain the following hashtags: #bioASFM, #biology, #statistics and any other relevant tags. You may consider tagging some peers if you discussed their videos, space permitting.