Students, in groups of 3 or 4, will research a particular area of genetic engineering and create a presentation.
The file comes complete with teaching notes, student assignment instructions, rubrics, peer evaluations, group topic assignment sheet and peer editing sheet.
• Students can define genetic engineering
• Students can explain the why scientists are pursuing the different types of genetic engineering
• Students can explain why work citing is important.
• Students find resources to help them cite in MLA.
• Students to save and share their work as a group.
• Students can use online databases to research a topic.
• Students can write an article review.
• Students can design and present a presentation using credible sources.
• Students can evaluate the ethical implications of genetic engineering