adaptations, inherited/learned behaviors

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  1. noreenk

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    I've only done a quick search but so far I'm not finding much for students at the elementary level online. Does anyone have any good websites or book recommendations that might help my kids see some examples?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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  3. BabyMakes3

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    I believe I may have some stuff at school. Our copier has the ability to scan items into a PDF file. I could email you what I have, if you're interested. Email me at my work address so I can remember to look after break.
    huntjr@vvsd.org
     
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    Try explaining not in terms of inherited vs. learned behaviors but of inherited traits and learned behaviors. Behaviors as a class aren't inherited. For that matter, neither is the precise location in which one sports one's writing callus, since that depends on just how one grips one's writing implement - though, in the absence of interference, whether one writes lefty or righty is inherited.
     

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