2 Introduction Name School and grade Have you taught Genetics? Have you used this kit?What is your comfort level with genetics?
3 What Kind of Notebook? Composition book lined or graph paper Spiral notebook3 ring binderPaper folderLittle pieces of paper
4 SEPUP Notebook Setting up the Notebook: Title Page Table of Contents Number the pagesDate your entryAppendices
5 ReflectionWhat would you want students to know at the end of a Genetics unit?
6 Activity 54: Investigating Human Traits Challenge: How much variation is shown in our class?Vocabulary: characteristic, trait, heredity, inherited, gene, geneticsProcedure: Read about characteristicsWhite spaceWho do you look like in your family?Why?Trait vsCharacteristic
8 Activity 54: Investigating Human Traits Data: Record group dataRecord class dataGraph a characteristicConclusion Analysis question 1: table in journalWhat did I learn?Re-visit of white space – What is the difference between characteristic and traitNotes to myself: Do graph.Gather more data.
9 Activity 55: Plants Have Genes Too! Challenge: What color leaves will you observe in the offspring?Background: Notes from introductionVocabulary: offspring, gene, trait, inheritedProcedure: Filter paper saturatedWhite spaceDraw Figure 1 in your notebook.Use color
10 Data: Set up date table for observation – 14 days Activity 55: PlantsData: Set up date table for observation – 14 daysConclusion Go back white space and write a hypothesis with a reason?(Results in Act. 62. Repeat in Act 64)Notes to myself: Remember to check plant every day. Keep moist.
12 Activity 56: Joe’s Dilemma Challenge: Would you want to find out if you had a genetic disease?Background: Notes on Marfan Syndrome (next slide)Vocabulary: geneProcedure: Do steps 1,2,3,4 in notebook before video.Advantages | Disadvantages(Full page)White spaceList 5 infectious and 5 non- infectious diseases?
16 Activity 57: Reproduction Challenge: What is the difference between sexual and asexual reproduction?Vocabulary: asexual reproduction, clone, egg cell, fertilization, mutation, sexual reproduction, sperm cellProcedure: Stop to think3 level reading guideWhite spaceWhat in your cells is causes traits to be inherited?
17 Activity 57: Reproduction Data: Draw Figure 1 with notesInclude chart page D-19Conclusion Do analysis question 1 for assessment of understandingWhat did I learn?Notes to myself: Look at plants at home. Sexual or asexual?
19 Activity 58: Creature Features Challenge: How are simple inherited traits passed from parents to their offspring?Vocabulary: gene, inherited, traitProcedure: Teacher does a story with stop to thinkWhite spaceWhy are children not the same as their parents?
23 Activity 58: Creature Features Data: Stop to thinkHypothesisModel for passing of traits (template next slide)Conclusion: Three rules for genetics from modelRe-visit white space answer.What did I learn?Notes to myself:
25 Activity 59: Gene Combo White space Challenge: How can tossing a coin help you to understand how an organism inherits genes from their parents?Vocabulary: gene, allele. dominant, recessiveProcedure: Coin toss rulesWhite spaceWhat did you learn in the last activity?
27 Data: Data Table in journal Activity 59: Gene ComboData: Data Table in journalConclusion: Math connectionRatio vs fractionAQ 5 for assessmentRe-visit white space answer.What did I learn?Notes to myself:
28 Activity 60: Mendel, First Geneticist Challenge: Who was Gregor Mendel and what did he do?Vocabulary: gene, allele. dominant, recessiveProcedure: stop to thinkRecord data?White spaceWhat is dog breeding?Why do people breed dogs, cats, horses
29 Data: Data Table in journal AQ#1 Activity 60: MendelData: Data Table in journal AQ#1Conclusion: Math connectionRatio vs fractionAQ 2 for sample sizeAQ 3 for mathRe-visit white space answer.What did I learn?Notes to myself:
31 Activity 61: Gene Squares Challenge: How can tossing a coin help you to understand how an organism inherits genes from their parents?Vocabulary: genotype, phenotype, homozygous, heterozygousProcedure: following steps in books.How is this different from when you did this before?White spaceWhy do ¼ of Lucy & Oceans off spring have orange tails?
32 Activity 61 : Gene Squares Data: Do worksheetConclusion: Key parts of this graphic organizerAQ 3 or 4 for assessmentRe-visit white space answer.What did I learn?Notes to myself : Write a punnett square problem and do the answer for tomorrow
33 Activity 63: Show me the Genes Challenge: What role do chromosomes play in inheritance?Vocabulary: gene, allele, dominantProcedure: How many stages would you draw for mitosis?White spaceWhere are genes located?Draw
34 Activity 63: Show Me the Genes Data: Draw mitosisDraw fertilizationConclusion:Key ideas in cell divisionAQ #1 – see next slideRe-visit white space answer.What did I learn?Notes to myself : Look on computer for mitosis.
36 Activity 65: Breeding Creature- More Traits Challenge: What are some patterns of inheritance for other traits?Vocabulary: gene, allele. dominant, recessiveProcedure: Coin toss rulesBuild critterName critterPut on piece of paper for displayWhite spaceLook at picture on page 51.List characteristics and dominant trait
38 Activity 65: Breeding critters Data: Tape Data Table in journalConclusion: Draw your critterIncomplete dominanceCo-dominanceAssessment AQ 6, 7, 8?Re-visit white space answer.What did I learn?Notes to myself : Picture of my critter
39 Activity 66: Patterns in Pedigrees Challenge: How can you use pedigrees to study human traits?Vocabulary: pedigreeProcedure: analyze each pedigree.Key parts of a pedigreeWhite spaceWhat did you learn in the last activity?
41 Activity 66: Patterns in Pedigrees Data: Good pedigreeAnswers to stop to thinkConclusion: Pedigrees as a graphic organizerRe-visit white space answer.What did I learn?Notes to myself: Find out your blood type
43 Activity 68: Lost Children Challenge: Can you use blood type to help identify the lost children?Background: Review blood types & add Rh factorVocabulary: Allele,co-dominanceProcedure:Read scenarioBlood type worksheetWhite spaceWhat is your blood type?
45 Activity 68: Lost Children Data: Data Table in journalConclusion: Rh factorWhich boy?Which girl?Does blood identify the lost child?What did I learn?Notes to myself : AQ #2
46 Activity 69: Evidence from DNA Challenge: What makes your DNA finger print unique?Vocabulary: DNA, DNA fingerprintingProcedure: Part APart B – Steps in journalWhite spaceKWL about DNA & DNA fingerprints
49 Activity 69: Evidence From DNA Data: compare DNAAQ #1Conclusion: AQ #2Assessment – AQ #3Re-visit KWL.What did I learn?Notes to myself:
50 Activity 70 Finding the Lost Children Challenge: How can DNA fingerprinting help find the lost children?Vocabulary: DNA,DNA fingerprintingProcedure:Do practice – step 1Match other children to parentsWhite spaceWould the DNA of the lost child be the same as mother and father ?Explain
52 Activity 70: Finding the Lost Children Data: Match the childrenConclusion: Is there a match?Look at true story on page 82AQ 2 for assessmentRe-visit white space answer. Did DNA work?What did I learn?Notes to myself : How does this compare to CSI?