Concept Cartoons These concept cartoons were developed by Dianne Anderson and Kathleen Fisher (2002) as prompts for eliciting discussion about ideas in evolution. They can also be used as assessment tools. The cartoons are best suited for college non-majors and pre-college classes. The incorrect statements in the cartoons are derived from common naive conceptions. These cartoons represent a sampling of those we have created. More concept cartoons can be seen at the following site: Fourth-grade creationist science quiz: Dinosaurs lived millions of years ago — False (See Part 2 below) The following fourth grade science quiz for a unit called “Dinosaurs: Genesis and the Gospel” has been making the rounds on Facebook and elsewhere on the Internet, and it turns out it is real. According to snopes.com, the quiz was given at a private religious school in South Carolina.
SAT reading comprehension practice test 01 SAT reading comprehension practice test 01 The extract is taken from a book written sixty years ago by a British scientist in which he considers the relationship between science and society. The pioneers of the teaching of science imagined that its introduction into education would remove the conventionality, artificiality, and backward-lookingness which were characteristic; of classical studies, but they were gravely disappointed. 27 images that prove that we are in danger. #7 left my mouth open. Sometimes every word is superfluous. These pictures say more than a thousand words. 1. The view over the overdeveloped metropole of Mexico City (with more than 20 million inhabitants).
Evolution Games, Labs, Acivities Evolution Living things change over time! Learn about and review the mechanisms that cause genetic change in populations, as well as several lines of evidence for change over time. Also, explore how organisms are classified into groups and named. Creationism in school: Science quiz gets it totally wrong. This came out a while back, but I wanted to see if it could be verified before writing about it. Via Elise Andrew at “I F’ing Love Science” on Facebook, I see it has in fact been verified. According to Snopes.com, this is the first page of an actual “science” quiz given to fourth graders at a school in South Carolina. Phil Plait writes Slate’s Bad Astronomy blog and is an astronomer, public speaker, science evangelizer, and author of Death From the Skies!
19 Pictures of Jesus doing Everyday Things This person always thought the Jesus pose to be funny, so he decided to photoshop Jesus doing everyday things. He had Jesus throw a baby in the air, working out, and “hanging out” with Taylor Swift. Just take a look what he did with the Jesus pose. Share these awesome photos with your friends and family. Source: We Know Memes Street directions in English vocabulary exercise Introduction: Anybody who has travelled to another country or city has got lost. Sometimes maps don't help, so you have to ask somebody for directions.