1. The Geologic Time Scale - http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/Geologictime.htmlThis is a valuable reference to help understand geologic time,the evolution of Earth, and the evolution of life on Earth.2. Introduction to Evolution - Evolution 1013. Endosymbiosis and the origin(evolution) of eukaryotic cells - not available4. The 2004 National Geographic Article, "Was Darwin Wrong?" provides excellent insight intowhat we are learning about evolution. It can be found on the Nat. Geo. website at the following link:If one link does not work try another.The reading guide (worksheet that accompanies it) can be found here:5. Video of bacteria evolution - Evolution of Bacteria in Response to Varied Concentrations of Antibiotic6. This is a chapter excerpt from the book Into The Jungle, "A Sickle Cell Safari".This is challenging. It seems long, but it's not really that long.The reading guide (worksheet that accompanies it) can be found here:7. This is an excellent article on the evolution of primates explaining the appearanceof prosimians, monkeys, apes, and hominins.The First Primates - http://anthro.palomar.edu/earlyprimates/early_2.htmThe First Primates - The First Primates - Nova SegmentThere is a practice quiz at the end. Please read the article and take the practice quiz.8. "Becoming Human" - http://www.becominghuman.org/This is an excellent resource to use when learning about human evolution.Program exploration worksheet - Becoming Human Worksheet9. "Human Family Tree" - http://humanorigins.si.edu/evidence/human-family-treeThis is from the Smithsonian Institute and it is part of a very interesting on-line exhibit about hominids.10. "E-fossils" - http://www.efossils.org/This is a good resource for our exploration of hominid evolution.11. "Origins of Modern Humans: Multiregional or Out of Africa? "This resource explores the origins of modern humans and the link to Africa.12. "Transitional Human Fossils" - http://darwiniana.org/hominid.htmAnother excellent resource to use when learning about human evolution.13. "Human Ecology - Human Population", Gerry Marten - Gerry MartenThis is an article about human population growth and limiting factors.