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Antisense Oligonucleotide Therapy
Young scholars conduct Internet research on Antisense Oligonucleotide Therapy. They design a puzzle to represent these processes, read and summarize an article, conduct research, and design a theoretical experimental procedure.
Evolution: Quiz on the Movie
In this "Evolution" movie activity, students write answers to questions after viewing the movie about the events and meaning of the movie.
Outbreak! Electrophoresis: Where the Bands Are
Students examine why pieces of DNA move at different rates and over different distances. In this DNA instructional activity students complete an activity.
Review protein synthesis with this single-page worksheet. It features a rudimentary diagram of the DNA molecule opening up for the transcription process. Genetics whizzes label the diagram, fill in the blanks, and write short answers to questions. The print is a little fuzzy, but overall the worksheet is functional.
Students observe that sometimes the letter "c" is a copycat letter and sometimes acts like a "k" or an "s" like in the words "cat" and "race". They use Elkonin letter boxes and letters to spell words as they are called out by the teacher to locate the letter "c" in the beginning or middle of the words.