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Ch 30: FTCE Biology: Evolution

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Watch the videos in this chapter to learn about evolutionary theory, taxonomy, speciation and more. The information found here will help you prepare for these types of questions on the FTCE Biology exam.

FTCE Biology: Evolution - Chapter Summary

Let us help you prepare for FTCE Biology questions on evolutionary theory and processes, along with terms you'll need to know. These lessons and quizzes should prepare you for:

  • Explaining theories of evolution
  • Comparing classification systems, such as classical taxonomy or phonetics
  • Designing taxonomic keys
  • Understanding the Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium
  • Identifying types and barriers of speciation
  • Explaining natural selection and adaptation

The brief, engaging video lessons, taught by instructors who are experts in the field, make learning fun. You could be ready for FTCE Biology questions on evolution after taking the self-assessment quizzes that follow each lesson and passing the chapter exam.

Objectives of the FTCE Biology: Evolution Chapter

Everyone seeking a Florida teaching certification in biology must pass the FTCE Biology test. This test has 120 multiple-choice questions. Questions on evolution are in the section on knowledge of evolutionary mechanisms, which makes up 10% of the total FTCE exam.

Our lessons and quizzes can help you prepare for these types of questions. You can proceed through the chapter at your own pace, reviewing areas that require extra attention.

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