Essential Questions - DNA Sequencing

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Bi
ology Digital Agenda 1/
25/2012

Essential question(s):

):
answer the corresponding highlighted question(s)

1.)

How are genetic disorders/diseases caused?

2.)

What is the difference between chromosomal and gene mutations?

3.)

Why is it possible that changing DNA seque
nces may or may not change
the proteins that are produced inside of the cell?

4.)

How can we predict the traits of offspring based on their parents’ genetic
makeup?

5.)

How
can changing the DNA of organism impact its traits?

6.)

What are some positive and negative use
s of genetic
engineering/biotechnology?



Standard(s) from Instructional Guide.
(List only what you plan to assess.)



BI4. c.
Students know
how mutations in the DNA sequence of a gene may or may not
affect the expression of the gene or the sequence of amino

acids in an encoded protein.



BI5. c.
Students know
how genetic engineering (biotechnology) is used to produce novel
biomedical and agricultural products.



BI5. a. Students know the general structures and functions of DNA, RNA, and protein.

Objectives:
SWB
AT




explain the genetic factors that influence the way we look.



recognize that DNA contains the genetic information that determines the way we look.



explain the structure and function of DNA
, RNA, and proteins
.



predict the physical characteristics of an o
rganism based on its genetic make up.



understand

the general pathw
ay by which ribosomes make proteins.



explain the causes of
gene and chromosomal
mutations in multicellular organisms.



understand how changes in DNA sequences can cause changes in the protein
s that are
produced.



discuss the positive and negative impacts of genetic engineering and biotechnology.




How will student learning and progress be assessed
during the lesson
?

Formative Assessment
-
Review of Do
-
Nows, Exit Slips






H
ow will student learning and progress be assessed
after the lesson or at the end of the
unit
?



G
enetic Disorders and Biotechnology Quiz: 4c 5c
-

students will be given a multiple
choice
assessment on standards 4c, 5c
.



Exit Slips
-
students will complete mult
ip
le ch
oice items on standards 4.c, 5.c



Summative Test Genetics



Benchmark III
-
March 26
-
March 30

Bloom’s level of this assessment:



Quizzes and Exit Slips
-
Comprehension, Synthesis, Analysis



Summative Test Genetics
-
all levels


Daily Agend
a:

(check off each assignment after completion)



Do
-
Now 1/25
-
students will independently research and answer several short
questions on
biotechnology

and genetic disorders
.
_______



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com
plete interactive notes on the PPT listed above by editing, highlighting,
and posing further questions. They will add a summary slide to the PPT,
and write 3
-
5 sentences summarizing the main ideas from the
lecture.
_____



US Discussion Guide
-
Gene Therapy an
d Genetic Engineering
-
students will
observe several short segments from US and engage in a discussion
using key vocabulary

on gene therapy and genetic engineering.____



Virtual Lab
-
Genetic Engineering
-
students will work in small groups to
complete a virtual

genetic engineering activity. During the activity the
students will create a recombinant DNA molecule using a bacterial
plasmid. They will then answer several analysis questions.___





Practice:



(Finish the analysis questions)

Virtual Lab
-
Genetic Engi
neering
-
students will
work in small groups to complete a virtual genetic engineering activity.
During the activity the students will create a recombinant DNA molecule
using a bacterial plasmid. They will then answer several analysis
questions.___





Ho
w will students reflect on what they’ve learned?



Exit Slip 4c