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Teaching genetics? This free Google Classroom-ready 4-page resource walks students through the process of setting up a dihybrid cross.
It also includes 2 genetics practice problems and a partial key for students to check their phenotypic ratios.
If you teach monohybrid Punnett squares, this handout is perfect for those students who "get it" quickly and are ready for a challenge. It can also be used to help scaffold dihybrid Punnett squares for those who are struggling and need additional practice.
NOTE: This Google Classroom ready version contains Google Slides on which students can answer directly (for paperless classrooms) as well as a PDF copy for print.
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✏️ I like to break up my high school genetics content into student packets which get increasingly more difficult. This helps me to differentiate instruction by letting students move ahead when they've mastered a particular concept. I can also quickly identify who is struggling.
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