Biology: Biotechnology Powerpoint & Student Booket

Biology: Biotechnology Powerpoint & Student Booket
Biology: Biotechnology Powerpoint & Student Booket
Biology: Biotechnology Powerpoint & Student Booket
Biology: Biotechnology Powerpoint & Student Booket
Biology: Biotechnology Powerpoint & Student Booket
Biology: Biotechnology Powerpoint & Student Booket
Biology: Biotechnology Powerpoint & Student Booket
Biology: Biotechnology Powerpoint & Student Booket
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Set Includes an EDITABLE Biotechnology Powerpoint and Student Notes Booklet (Microsoft Word Document)

These power points and booklets are a great start to building your biology units!

Guided Notes Student Booklet Includes:
- Learning Focused Lesson Plan Student Learning Map Cover of essential
questions (which correspond to the PowerPoint).
- Vocabulary list
- Guided Notes
- Learning Focused Lesson Plan Assessment Prompts (Check for Understanding
questions after each main topic).
- Concept Map and Practice Questions
- Grading Rubric and Teacher Comment Section.

NC BIOLOGY ESSENTIAL STANDARDS COVERED:

Bio.3.3.1
 Summarize the process of gel electrophoresis as a technique to separate molecules based on size. Students should learn the general steps of gel electrophoresis – using restrictions enzymes to cut DNA into different sized fragments and running those fragments on gels with longer fragments moving slower than faster ones.
 Interpret or “read” a gel.
 Exemplify applications of DNA fingerprinting - identifying individuals; identifying and cataloging endangered species.

Bio.3.3.2
 Generalize the applications of transgenic organisms (plants, animals, & bacteria) in agriculture and industry including pharmaceutical applications such as the production of human insulin.
 Summarize the steps in bacterial transformation (insertion of a gene into a bacterial plasmid, getting bacteria to take in the plasmid, selecting the transformed bacteria, and producing the product).

Bio.3.3.3
 Identify the reasons for establishing the Human Genome Project.
 Recognize that the project is useful in determining whether individuals may carry genes for genetic conditions and in developing gene therapy.
 Evaluate some of the science of gene therapy. (e.g. Severe Combined Immunodeficiency and Cystic Fibrosis)
 Critique the ethical issues and implications of genomics and biotechnology (stem cell research, gene therapy and genetically modified
organisms).
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14 pages/ 56 slides
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