Teaching resource

Clippy Island: an investigation into natural selection

A selection of activities suitable for students in Key Stage 4, aged 12 to 14, investigating natural selection.

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Clippy Island: resource pack (PDF)

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Clippy Island: student worksheet (PDF)

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Clippy Island: teacher guidance (PDF)

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Details

Students will observe and simulate the process of natural selection on a population of birds over four seasons of breeding, on the isolated environment of ‘Clippy Island’.

This pack was developed by a team of scientists, curators and educators from The University of Manchester and Manchester Museum.

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