Ant 202 human origins and prehistory wk3-a

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Natural Selection

Charles Darwin composed his theory of natural selection during his  travels in South America and the Galapagos Islands. The differences he  observed formed the basis for the theory of natural selection. For this  assignment, you will be asked to write a three- to four-page paper  (excluding title and reference pages) on natural selection. Your paper  should include supporting evidence from the textbook, labs, and at least  one resource from this list of scholarly resources.

In your paper, complete the following:

  • Define natural selection.
  • Summarize the influences on Charles Darwin that resulted in his development of the theory of natural selection.
  • Describe the conditions, or prerequisites, necessary for natural selection to occur.
  • Describe the effect of natural selection on one or more of the ancient hominids described in the textbook and lab lectures.

Natural Selection

Charles Darwin composed his theory of natural selection during his travels in South America and the Galapagos Islands. The differences he observed formed the basis for the theory of natural selection. For this assignment, you will be asked to write a three- to four-page paper (excluding title and reference pages) on natural selection. Your paper should include supporting evidence from the textbook, labs, and at least one resource from
this list of scholarly resources.

In your paper, complete the following:

· Define natural selection.

· Summarize the influences on Charles Darwin that resulted in his development of the theory of natural selection.

· Describe the conditions, or prerequisites, necessary for natural selection to occur.

· Describe the effect of natural selection on one or more of the ancient hominids described in the textbook and lab lectures.

Natural Selection

Charles Darwin composed his theory of natural selection during his travels in South America and

the Galapagos Islands. The differences he observed formed the basis for the theory of natural

selection. For this assig

nment, you will be asked to write a three

to four

page paper (excluding

title and reference pages) on natural selection. Your paper should include supporting evidence

from the textbook, labs, and at least one resource from

this list of scholarly resources.

In your paper, complete the following:

·

Define natural selection.

·

Summarize the influences on Charles Darwin that resulted in his development of the

theory of natural selection.

·

Describe the conditions, or prerequisites, necessary for natural selection to occur.

·

Describe the effect of natural selection on one or more of

the ancient hominids described

in the textbook and lab lectures.

Natural Selection

Charles Darwin composed his theory of natural selection during his travels in South America and

the Galapagos Islands. The differences he observed formed the basis for the theory of natural

selection. For this assignment, you will be asked to write a three- to four-page paper (excluding

title and reference pages) on natural selection. Your paper should include supporting evidence

from the textbook, labs, and at least one resource from this list of scholarly resources.

In your paper, complete the following:

 Define natural selection.

 Summarize the influences on Charles Darwin that resulted in his development of the

theory of natural selection.

 Describe the conditions, or prerequisites, necessary for natural selection to occur.

 Describe the effect of natural selection on one or more of the ancient hominids described

in the textbook and lab lectures.

Required Resources

Text

Feder, K. L. (2016).

The past in perspective: An introduction to human prehistory

(7th ed.). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

· Chapter 6: Expanding Intellectual Horizons: Arts and Ideas in the Upper Paleolithic and Late Stone Age

· Chapter 7: Expanding Geographic Horizons: New Worlds

Multimedia

Jablonski, N. (2009).

Nina Jablonski – Breaking the illusion of skin color (Links to an external site.)

[Video file]. Retrieved from https://secure.films.com/OnDemandEmbed.aspx?Token=48445&aid=18596&Plt=FOD&loid=0&w=640&h=480&ref=

· This video can be accessed through the Films On Demand database in the Ashford University Library. This video supports the Week 3 Discussion, “Race as a Biological Adaptation.” This source has accurate closed captioning and a transcript.

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Required Resources

Text

Feder, K. L. (2016).

The past in perspective: An introduction to human prehistory

(7th ed.). New

York, NY: Oxford University Press.

·

Chapter 6: Expanding Intellectual Horizons: Arts and Ideas in the Upper Paleolithic and

Late Stone Age

·

Chapter 7: Expanding Geographic Horizons:

New Worlds

Multimedia

Jablonski, N. (2009).

Nina Jablonski

Breaking t

he illusion of skin color

(Links to an external site.)

[Video file]. Retrieved from

https://secure.films.com/OnDemandEmbed.aspx?Token=48445&aid=18596&Plt=FOD&loid=0

&w=640&h=480&ref=

·

This video can be accessed through the Films On Demand database in the Ashford

University Library. This video supports the Week 3 Discussion, “Race as a Biological

Adaptation.” This source has accurate closed captioning and a transcript.

Accessibility Statement

(Links to an external site.)

Privacy Policy

Required Resources

Text

Feder, K. L. (2016). The past in perspective: An introduction to human prehistory (7th ed.). New

York, NY: Oxford University Press.

 Chapter 6: Expanding Intellectual Horizons: Arts and Ideas in the Upper Paleolithic and

Late Stone Age

 Chapter 7: Expanding Geographic Horizons: New Worlds

Multimedia

Jablonski, N. (2009). Nina Jablonski – Breaking the illusion of skin color (Links to an external site.)

[Video file]. Retrieved from

https://secure.films.com/OnDemandEmbed.aspx?Token=48445&aid=18596&Plt=FOD&loid=0

&w=640&h=480&ref=

 This video can be accessed through the Films On Demand database in the Ashford

University Library. This video supports the Week 3 Discussion, “Race as a Biological

Adaptation.” This source has accurate closed captioning and a transcript.

Accessibility Statement (Links to an external site.)

Privacy Policy

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