Final Assessment: Genetic Engineering Name Score: ______ /20 ...

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Dec 11, 2012 (5 years and 26 days ago)

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Final Assessment: Genetic Engineering

Name _______________________________________


Score: _______ /20

Learning Target: Students will construct an opinion about genetic engineering, and support their opinion with
research.

Case Study:

_____________________
__________
_______________________________

Relevant facts:








Stakeholders:




Ethical Considerations:

Likely harms:


To organism:



To other stakeholders:


Expected Benefits:


To humans:



To organism:


Respect:


Fairness:


Responsibility:


Another que
stion to Consider:
Are their alternatives available that produce the same human benefits without
modifying the organism? If so, what are they?

Policy Question:

Should _________________________________________________________________

(insert your question
from the article you chose)

What policy approach to you recommend?

(1

pts)

Argument for recommendation?

(18 pts)

Argument for Recommendation Rubric

3

2

1

0

Included 3 or more
relevant facts from
the article

Included 2 relevant
facts from the article

Incl
uded 1 relevant
fact

from the article

Included no relevant
facts from the article

Identifies 3
stakeholders in this
case

Identifies 2
stakeholders in this
case


Identifies 1
stakeholder in this
case

Identifies no
stakeholders in this
case

Discusses 3 or
more
benefits

and/or harms

to humans and/or the
organism
; and justifys
if those benefits
outweigh the harms

Discusses 3 or more
benefits

and/or harms

to humans and/or the
organism
; but does not
justify if those
benefits outweigh the
harms

Discusses
2

benef
its
and/or harms
to
humans and/or the
organism
; and justifys
if those benefits
outweigh the harms

Discusses 1 or no
benefits/harms to
humans and/or the
organism

Defines the ethical
consideration of
respect, and argues in
depth (2 ways) respect
applies to
this case

Argues in depth (2
ways) respect applies
to this case, but
doesn’t define what
that means

Defines the ethical
consideration of
respect, and argues 1
way respect applies to
this case

Does not discuss the
ethical consideration
of respect

Defines
the ethical
consideration of
fairness, and argues in
depth (2 ways) respect
applies to this case

Argues in depth (2
ways) fairness applies
to this case, but
doesn’t define what
that means

Defines the ethical
consideration of
fairness, and argues 1
way res
pect applies to
this case

Does not discuss the
ethical consideration
of fairness

Defines the ethical
consideration of
responsibility, and
argues in depth (2
ways) respect applies
to this case

Argues in depth (2
ways) respeonsibility
applies to this case,
but doesn’t define
what that means

Defines the ethical
consideration of
responsibility, and
argues 1 way respect
applies to this case

Does not discuss the
ethical consideration
of responsibility


Are any alternative approaches present, if so, what are th
ey?

(1 pt)