VOCAB - MUGANIZED

A Mollusk Rhyme
Bivalvia
Cephalopoda
Copulation
External fertilization
Gastropoda
Heart
Hermaphroditic
Internal fertilization
Mantle
Mollusks
Polyplacophora
Radula
Separate sexes
Soft bodied
Well Developed Eyes



THE HIGHER INVERTEBRATE ANIMALS
     Topic Goal - Explore survival traits of the Higher Invertebrates and their affect on Earth..

Stage 1 - Annelids | Stage 2 - Mollusks | Stage 3 - Arthropods | Stage 4 - Echinoderms

Stage Goals - Describe the characteristics and classification of Mollusks.
  Describe how Mollusks are important to our planet.

STAGE 2 - THE MOLLUSKS, OCTOPUS, SQUID, CLAMS, SNAILS, SLUGS
Online text - Higher Invertebrates
Interactive PBS site on Mollusks
How big is a GIANT SQUID?
No, Really - How big is a GIANT SQUID?
Is there really such a thing as a GIANT SQUID?
Mollusk PowerPoint 1
Mollusk PowerPoint 2
Mollusk PowerPoint 3
Mugan explains Mollusk details via Voicethread
Mugan explains Mollusk details via Educreations



Giant Clams!

The Chambered Nautilus

Angry Cuttlefish changes colors!

The Mimic Octopus




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ADVANCED INFORMATION
Bioluminescent Squid

PRACTICE QUIZZES
Classification activities
Instant score quiz - questions from exam
Higher Invert Vocab activities
Mollusk quiz

STUDY GUIDE
Mollusk study guide

VOCABULARY
Feature Analysis Grid
Vocabulary

ASSESSMENT
HIGHER INVERTEBRATE EXAM