earth and science - fossils information

Oct 14th, 2015
Price: $10 USD

Question description

  • 1. RESPOND to the following statement/question below. 

    • The response should be 2 to 3 "well developed" paragraphs ( 5 or more complete sentences per paragraph---I prefer more)
    • The response should include at least one internet web site source/reference (do not use your required book)

    2. REPLY to 2 or more of your classmates responses.AFTER ANSNER THE QUESTIONS!!

    • The "Response" should be 2 to 3 well developed paragraphs in length. (I prefer more)
    • Do not cut and paste directly from websites. Summarize in your own words.
    • Perform a spell/grammar check before submission.
    • Include references (Do not use the required text or sites provided in the course).
    • Hyperlinks can not be used as references.
    •  References must be the complete websites or the complete reference (APA or MLA format).
    • *****1 paragraph = approximately 5 or more complete sentences----NOT FRAGMENTS. (remember, sentences MUST begin with a capital alphabet and end with a period)

    • You are also required to "Reply" to 2 to 4 of your classmates' posts(response). They should be quality posts. Give additional information.  It is OK to agree or disagree with classmates' postings, but don't just reply with, "I agree" or "I disagree." Explain why you agree or disagree. Give supporting evidence. 


    • Fossils are among the most important tools used to interpret Earth's history. 
    • The discovery of fossils can be very exciting.
    1. Identify the type of information that can be learned from fossils.  (be specific)
    2. Identify an area or region where fossils were found and state the "type" of fossil that was discovered.

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