Heredity

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Unit: Heredity

Estimated Time: 8 weeks


CLE 3210.4.1
Investigate how genetic information is encoded in nucleic acids.

CLE 3210.4.2
Describe the relationships among genes, chromosomes, proteins, and hereditary traits.
(APBA)

CLE 3210.4.3
Predict the outc
ome of monohybrid and dihybrid crosses.
(APBA)

CLE 3210.4.4
Compare different modes of inheritance: sex linkage, co
-
dominance, multiple alleles, and polygenic traits.

CLE 3210.4.5
Recognize how meiosis and sexual reproduction contribute to genetic variatio
n in a population.

CLE 3210.4.6
Describe the connection between mutations and human genetic disorders.
(APBA)

CLE 3210.4.7
Assess the scientific and ethical ramifications of emerging genetic technologies.

(APBA)

*TN Alternative Performance
-
Based Assessmen
ts (APBA) for students with disabilities

Prerequisite Skills: Observation, reading, basic math and research/computer skills.


Essential Question: What are the principal mechanisms by which living things reproduce and transmit
hereditary information from
parents to offspring?

Unit Vocabulary: DNA, RNA,
allele, dominance, recessive, homologous chromosomes ,cloning, transgenic organisms, stem cell research,
gamete, somatic cells, genetic engineering, DNA fingerprinting, dihybrid cross, diploid, haploid, het
erozygous, homozygous, crossing
-
over,
karyotype, meiosis, nondisjunction, recombination, incomplete dominance, multiple alleles, polygenic, sex
-
linked, co
-
dominance, mutations
(deletion, substitution, inversion, translocation, insertion, frameshift), pedig
ree, DNA replication, transcription, translation (protein synthesis),
Chargaff’s Rule, codons, polypeptide












Course: Biology 3
rd

Nine Weeks

Instructional Guide



Checks for
Understanding


State Performance Indicators


Assessments


Instructional
Resources


Connections


CLE 3210.4.1
Investigate
ho
w genetic information is
encoded in nucleic acids.


CLE 3210.4.2
Describe the
relationships among genes,
chromosomes, proteins, and
hereditary traits.


CLE 3210.4.3
Predict the
outcome of monohybrid and
dihybrid crosses.


CLE 3210.4.4
Compare
different
modes of

inheritance: sex linkage, co
-
dominance

incomplete dominance,
multiple alleles, and
polygenic traits.


CLE 3210.4.5
Recognize
how meiosis and sexual
reproduction contribute to
genetic variation in a
population.


CLE 3210.4.6
Describe the
connect
ion between
mutations and human genetic
disorders.


CLE 3210.4.7
Assess the
scientific and ethical
ramifications of emerging
genetic technologies.

SPI 3210.4.1
Identify the structure and
function of DNA.

SPI 3210.4.2
Associate the process of
DNA replicat
ion with its biological
significance.

SPI 3210.4.3
Recognize the interactions
between DNA and RNA during protein
synthesis.

SPI 3210.4.4
Determine the probability of
a particular trait in an offspring based on
the genotype of the parents and the
particul
ar mode of inheritance.

SPI 3210.4.5
Apply pedigree data to
interpret various modes of genetic
inheritance.

SPI 3210.4.6
Describe how meiosis is
involved in the production of egg and
sperm cells.

SPI 3210.4.7
Describe how meiosis and
sexual reproduction

contribute to genetic
variation in a population.
(APBA)

SPI 3210.4.8
Determine the relationship
between mutations and human genetic
disorders.

SPI 3210.4.9
Evaluate the scientific and
ethical issues associated with gene
technologies: genetic engineering,

cloning, transgenic organisms production,
stem cell research, and DNA
fingerprinting.

Genetic disorder
projects


Diagnose a disease


Karyotyping


Case studies

Scenarios/problems
(using Punnett
Squares and
Pedigrees)


Research Papers


Create an offspring


WebQuests on
genetic disorders


Meiosis flipbook


Meiosis bead
simulation


DNA extraction from
a strawberry, pea, or
corn


Write a persuasive
essay on cloning


Codon Wheel Game

www.betweenwaters.com

www.biologycorner.com

www.biologyjunction.com

www.edhelper.com


www.goldiesroom.org

http://glencoe.mcgraw
-
hill.com/sites

www.intranet.wellingtoncoll
ege.org.uk

www.lessonplanet.com

www.onlineethics.com


www.teachersdomain.com

http://stemcells.nih.gov

www.arizona
.edu







Math:
Probability


Forensics: DNA
investigations


History:
Andrew

Jackson Family
History


English:
research
projects/case
studies;
reading/writing