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  1.   The Role of Mutation in Evolution
Lesson Plan for 'The Role of Mutation in Evolution' Brief Synopsis * Introduction [15 minutes] o Brief talk introducing pertinent issues. o Question and answer session, the purpose of which is to encourage pupils to think about the effect of a gene undergoing mutation to another form (allele). Main [25 minutes] Pupils will use the 'Mutation B...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   Toxics Lesson Plan
...ypes of harm they cause, the conditions under which they become harmful, and the amount it takes to cause harm. The effects of the toxic substances vary widely, too. Acute reactions include vomiting and dizziness. Chronic reactions include decline in mental alertness, change in behavior, cancer and mutation that can harm unborn children of exposed parents. Because toxics can cause both acute and chronic reactions, they are a broader category than poisons, which produce acute reaction only. For this reason, the words "toxic" and "poisonous" are not interchangeable. Nobody is "for" toxic chemicals in the sense...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   Household Toxic Chemicals
...the conditions under which they become harmful. The effects of the toxic substances vary widely, too. Acute reactions are sudden ones such as vomiting or dizziness. Chronic reactions occur over longer periods and include symptoms such as decline in mental alertness, change in behavior, cancer, and mutations that can harm unborn children of exposed parents. Because toxics can cause both acute and chronic reactions, they are a broader category than poisons, which produce acute reactions only. For this reason, the words toxic and poison are not interchangeable. Nobody is "for" toxic chemicals in the sense of w...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   Mutations
TITLE OF LESSON Biology Unit 1 Lesson 30 – Mutations How do cells store and transfer information? TIME ESTIMATE FOR THIS LESSON One class period ALIGNMENT WITH STANDARDS California – Biol G 4c MATERIALS Mutations Worksheet – Student Page Mutations Worksheet Key – Teacher Page LESSON OBJECTIVES • To understand how mutations occur and affect the proteins for...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   Monstrous Mutations
Objective The students will: Understand and observe mutations Recognize and adapt to mutations Observe how mutations affect survival skills Recognize how a mutation in a certain species may lower this species survival rate due to competition with other species Author Adapted from: Pamela S. Moy Morgan Park High School, Chicago IL Assessment Have students answer the...
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    Grade Level: 6-12

  6.   DNA Transc, Transl, Mutat, and Tech Review
Name: Christina Stewart-Jordan Subject: Biology I- Genetics Date: June 26, 2008 Period: 2nd Approximate Time: 50 Minutes Objective(s): The Student Will: 1. Utilize their knowledge of transcription, translation, gene mutation and DNA technology to review for test (DOK 2 Biology, 5.c). Materials: Textbook, 3-ring binder with 5 tabs, pen and/or pencil, loose leaf paper, and colored pencils. Do Now: Using your book and working alone, complete the open-book quiz at your desk. Follow the instructions carefully, as it will be turned...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  7.   DNA Mutations
Christina Stewart-Jordan Name: Subject: Date: Period: Approximate Time: Objective(s): The Student Will: 1. Identify the effects of various mutations on gene expression (DOK 1 Biology, 5.b). Materials: Textbook, 3-ring binder with 5 tabs, pen and/or pencil, loose leaf paper, and colored pencils. Do Now: Solve this riddle: Rich people want it, poor people have it. It is greater than God, but worse than satan. [Answer: nothing] [5 minutes] Set: Today, w...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  8.   Genetics 4 Mutations
Miss Wilcox Biology I Natural Selection Approximate time: 50 minutes Objectives: TSW 1. Identify and illustrate how changes in DNA cause mutations and evaluate the significance of these changes. (5b) Materials: Whiteboard, markers, mutation and karyotype worksheet, textbook, colored pencils, paper, transparencies, vis-a-vis pens Warm-up: 1.Define replication. 2.Define transcription. 3.Define translation. Set: (review, objectives, involve, relevance...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  9.   How Mutations Lead to Changes in Cell Structure and Function
Summer Research Program for Science Teachers How Mutations Lead to Changes in Cell Structure and Function Mary Ann Spicijaric - 1995 St. Francis Preparatory H.S., Queens, NY Objectives: To become familiar with the mechanism and importance of DNA repair. To understand the difference between DNA damage and mutations. To see how mutations lead to changes in cell st...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Monstrous Mutations
Biology/Chemistry Monstrous Mutations Pamela S. Moy Morgan Park High School 6101 West 63^rd Street 1744 West Pryor Chicago IL 60638 Chicago IL 60643 (773) 535-2550 Objective(s): Middle School to High School To understand and observe mutations. To recognize and adapt to mutations To observe how mutations effect survival skills Materials Neede...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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