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SEPUP Workshop Unit D Genetics Dick Duquin
Introduction Name School and grade Have you taught Genetics? Have you used this kit? What is your comfort level with genetics?
What Kind of Notebook? Composition book lined or graph paper Spiral notebook 3 ring binder Paper folder Little pieces of paper
SEPUP Notebook Setting up the Notebook: Title Page Table of Contents Number the pages Date your entry Appendices
Reflection What would you want students to know at the end of a Genetics unit?
Activity 54: Investigating Human Traits White space Who do you look like in your family? Why? Trait vs Characteristic Challenge: How much variation is shown in our class? Vocabulary: characteristic, trait, heredity, inherited, gene, genetics Procedure: Read about characteristics
Activity 54: Investigating Human Traits Data: Record group data Record class data Graph a characteristic Conclusion Analysis question 1: table in journal What did I learn? Re-visit of white space – What is the difference between characteristic and trait Notes to myself: Do graph. Gather more data.
Activity 55: Plants Have Genes Too! White space Draw Figure 1 in your notebook. Use color Challenge: What color leaves will you observe in the offspring? Background: Notes from introduction Vocabulary: offspring, gene, trait, inherited Procedure: Filter paper saturated
Activity 55: Plants Data: Set up date table for observation – 14 days Conclusion 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.
Activity 56: Joes Dilemma White space List 5 infectious and 5 non- infectious diseases? Challenge: Would you want to find out if you had a genetic disease? Background: Notes on Marfan Syndrome (next slide) Vocabulary: gene Procedure: Do steps 1,2,3,4 in notebook before video. Advantages | Disadvantages (Full page)
Activity 56: Joes Dilemma Data: Notes on video Conclusion Do analysis question 3 for assessment What did I learn? (finish in Act. 67) Notes to myself: More questions for Dr. Foster.
Activity 57: Reproduction White space What in your cells is causes traits to be inherited? Challenge: What is the difference between sexual and asexual reproduction? Vocabulary: asexual reproduction, clone, egg cell, fertilization, mutation, sexual reproduction, sperm cell Procedure: Stop to think 3 level reading guide
Activity 57: Reproduction Data: Draw Figure 1 with notes Include chart page D-19 Conclusion Do analysis question 1 for assessment of understanding What did I learn? Notes to myself: Look at plants at home. Sexual or asexual?
Activity 58: Creature Features White space Why are children not the same as their parents? Challenge: How are simple inherited traits passed from parents to their offspring? Vocabulary: gene, inherited, trait Procedure: Teacher does a story with stop to think
Activity 58: Creature Features Data: Stop to think Hypothesis Model for passing of traits (template next slide) Conclusion: Three rules for genetics from model Re-visit white space answer. What did I learn? Notes to myself:
Activity 59: Gene Combo White space What did you learn in the last activity? Challenge: How can tossing a coin help you to understand how an organism inherits genes from their parents? Vocabulary: gene, allele. dominant, recessive Procedure: Coin toss rules
Activity 59: Gene Combo Data: Data Table in journal Conclusion: Math connection Ratio vs fraction AQ 5 for assessment Re-visit white space answer. What did I learn? Notes to myself:
Activity 60: Mendel, First Geneticist White space What is dog breeding? Why do people breed dogs, cats, horses Challenge: Who was Gregor Mendel and what did he do? Vocabulary: gene, allele. dominant, recessive Procedure: stop to think Record data?
Activity 60: Mendel Data: Data Table in journal AQ#1 Conclusion: Math connection Ratio vs fraction AQ 2 for sample size AQ 3 for math Re-visit white space answer. What did I learn? Notes to myself:
Activity 61: Gene Squares White space Why do ¼ of Lucy & Oceans off spring have orange tails? Challenge: How can tossing a coin help you to understand how an organism inherits genes from their parents? Vocabulary: genotype, phenotype, homozygous, heterozygous Procedure: following steps in books. How is this different from when you did this before?
Activity 61 : Gene Squares Data: Do worksheet Conclusion: Key parts of this graphic organizer AQ 3 or 4 for assessment Re-visit white space answer. What did I learn? Notes to myself : Write a punnett square problem and do the answer for tomorrow
Activity 63: Show me the Genes White space Where are genes located? Draw Challenge: What role do chromosomes play in inheritance? Vocabulary: gene, allele, dominant Procedure: How many stages would you draw for mitosis?
Activity 63: Show Me the Genes Data: Draw mitosis Draw fertilization Conclusion: Key ideas in cell division AQ #1 – see next slide Re-visit white space answer. What did I learn? Notes to myself : Look on computer for mitosis.
Activity 65: Breeding Creature- More Traits White space Look at picture on page 51. List characteristics and dominant trait Challenge: What are some patterns of inheritance for other traits? Vocabulary: gene, allele. dominant, recessive Procedure: Coin toss rules Build critter Name critter Put on piece of paper for display
Activity 65: Breeding critters Data: Tape Data Table in journal Conclusion: Draw your critter Incomplete dominance Co-dominance Assessment AQ 6, 7, 8? Re-visit white space answer. What did I learn? Notes to myself : Picture of my critter
Activity 66: Patterns in Pedigrees White space What did you learn in the last activity? Challenge: How can you use pedigrees to study human traits? Vocabulary: pedigree Procedure: analyze each pedigree. Key parts of a pedigree
Activity 66: Patterns in Pedigrees Data: Good pedigree Answers to stop to think Conclusion: Pedigrees as a graphic organizer Re-visit white space answer. What did I learn? Notes to myself: Find out your blood type
Activity 68: Lost Children White space What is your blood type? Challenge: Can you use blood type to help identify the lost children? Background: Review blood types & add Rh factor Vocabulary: Allele, co-dominance Procedure: Read scenario Blood type worksheet
Activity 68: Lost Children Data: Data Table in journal Conclusion: Rh factor Which boy? Which girl? Does blood identify the lost child? What did I learn? Notes to myself : AQ #2
Activity 69: Evidence from DNA White space KWL about DNA & DNA fingerprints Challenge: What makes your DNA finger print unique? Vocabulary: DNA, DNA fingerprinting Procedure: Part A Part B – Steps in journal
Activity 69: Evidence From DNA Data: compare DNA AQ #1 Conclusion: AQ #2 Assessment – AQ #3 Re-visit KWL. What did I learn? Notes to myself:
Activity 70 Finding the Lost Children White space Would the DNA of the lost child be the same as mother and father ? Explain Challenge: How can DNA fingerprinting help find the lost children? Vocabulary: DNA, DNA fingerprinting Procedure: Do practice – step 1 Match other children to parents
Activity 70: Finding the Lost Children Data: Match the children Conclusion: Is there a match? Look at true story on page 82 AQ 2 for assessment Re-visit white space answer. Did DNA work? What did I learn? Notes to myself : How does this compare to CSI?