Students practice using dichotomous keys by classifying imaginary creatures by their unique traits, then they put their practice to use by designing their own organisms and creating a dichotomous key to be tested by another classmate.
* Practice creating a key by dividing imaginary creatures by their visible traits.
* Demonstrate their understanding by creating their own creatures with various traits and key to identify them.
* Pass the key off to another student to test the key for a self-assessing lesson!
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