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Ch 4: ILTS Biology: The Origin of Life on Earth

About This Chapter

Watch our lessons to review facts about the origins and development of animals and humans on Earth. We offer a variety of tools to aid you in studying these topics for the ILTS Biology teacher certification exam.

ILTS Biology: The Origin of Life on Earth - Chapter Summary

We'd like to help you prepare for questions on the ILTS Biology exam. We can do this through our videos on topics such as theories of the development of life and evolutionary change. These lessons help you refresh your knowledge of:

  • The history of life on our planet
  • The endosymbiosis theory
  • How animals and humans evolved
  • Types and patterns of evolutionary change

Our video lessons include a written transcript with important concepts and terms highlighted. Our lesson quizzes, chapter tests and a final course exam give you ample opportunity to test yourself prior to exam day. If you'll be away from the Internet, print our worksheet of quiz questions.

ILTS Biology: The Origin of Life on Earth Chapter Objectives

Passing the ILTS Biology exam is one of Illinois' requirements for certification to teach biology in a public school. There are 125 questions on the ILTS Biology exam, all multiple-choice. The exam is divided into six subareas, and questions on the origin of life are in the Cell Biology, Heredity, and Evolution subarea.

By completing the lesson quizzes in this chapter, you'll be able to assess your knowledge. The answer key includes links back to key points of the lessons, so if you answer a question incorrectly, you can immediately jump back for a review of that topic. Like the exam, our quizzes consist entirely of multiple-choice questions.

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