Unit 10 Focus- Biotechnology

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GCISD Biology Curriculum Map

Unit
10
:
Biotechnology

Six Weeks:
5

Time Frame:
2

weeks

Biology TEKS:


(6) Science concepts. The student knows the mechanisms of genetics, including the
role of nucleic acids and the principles of Mendelian Genetics. The
student is expected
to:

6(H)
describe

how techniques such as DNA
fingerprinting, genetic modifications, and chromosomal
analysis are used to study the genomes of organisms.

STAAR

Biology
-
2
(
S
);

Bloom’s Tax
onomy
-
3

STAAR Biology Reporting Categories

Blo
om’s Taxonomy

1: Cell Structure and Function

Level 1
-

Knowledge

2: Mechanisms of Genetics

Level 2
-

Comprehension

3: Biological Evolution and Classification

Level 3
-

Application

4: Biological Processes and Systems

Level 4
-

Analysis

5: Interdependence w
ithin Environmental Systems

Level 5
-

Synthesis

(R)= Readiness Standard (S)= Supporting Standard

Level 6
-

Evaluation


Unit
10

Focus
-

Biotechnology


Biotechnology demonstrates how modern medicine and industry use biological
phenomenon for human use. Th
e study of the genomes of organisms is investigated.


Enduring Understanding(s):



Biotechnology uses technology to manipulate cells or cell products.


Essential Questions:




How does karyotyping prove useful for determining diseases?



How does gel
electro
phoresis

show differences in DNA?



Why and how is genetic engineering
used in agriculture?

in medicine?
in the legal
system?


5E Model Lessons



Critical Vocabulary

Level 0
-

Prior Knowledge/ ELL

Click here to print word wall

Level 1
-

On Level Biology

Cl
ick
here

to print word wall

Level 2: Pre
-
AP or Enrich

Click here to print word wall


karyotype, genetic
engineering, genetic
(DNA)
fingerprint, chromosomal
analysis, gel electrophore
sis
,
restriction enzyme, gene
cloning,
recombinant DNA
,
genome




Unit 10 Biotechnology Vocabulary Match Up Cards


Textbook Reference: Holt Biology

Reading Passages

Ch
11: pg. 227
-
242

Activities and Labs



“Modeling Gel Electrophoresis”

Holt
Biology
pg. 232



“Modeling Recombinant DNA” Holt
Biology pg. 246
-
247


Interactive Notebooking Ideas

Thinking Maps:



Construct a Tree
Map of different
types of
biotechnology.

Forced A
ssociation:



Karyotypes are like
grocery stores
because_________
____

40 Second Quick
Write:



Genetic
Engineering

Haiku



Write a haiku on
an

aspect of
biotechnology
.

Concept Connection Questions
; Connect
Biotechnology

To…

To Ecology:

Why would the study of

the genomes of disease
-
causing organisms be useful?


To Converting Energy:

Energy conversion allows for the production of
new genes. How does the ability of a cell to
produce a genetic fingerprint relate to energy
conversion?

To Biodiversity:

How do sli
ght changes in DNA fingerprints
indicate possible ancestry?


To Reproduction:

How does a karyotype relate to the concept of
mitosis?

To Taxonomy:

How could genetic engineering affect how
organisms might be classified?

To Making Proteins:


The cytoplasm is

where proteins are made. How
will proteins be different according to the types of
genes in a genome?


To Cells:

How does the structure of cells enable scientists
to study the genomes of organisms?

To Genetics:

How does genetic engineering affect the pro
cess
of inheritance?

Teaching Resources

Activities and Labs


Build a Gel Box

Colorful Electrophoresis

Gel Electrophoresis
-
simulating with colors

Gel Electrophoresis Simulation:
Activity,

Simulated G
el
,
Worksheet

Who Ate the Cheese?

Websites:



Videos:


Articles for Read
-
Write
-
Pair Share:

Can DNA Demand a Verdict


Manipulatives/ Games/ Puzzles:

Instructional Strategies:








Manipulatives, Read
-
Write
-
Pair Share, Thinking Maps, Notebooking, Forced Association,
40
-
Second Quick Write, Haiku

Instructional Notes




Assessment


GCISD Biology Unit 10 Assessment: Biotechnology

GCISD
Biology Unit 10

Assessment
-

Biotechnology

KEY