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Genetic Engineering Lesson Plan (Secondary-Higher Ed)

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Genetic Engineering Lesson Plan

http://www.discoveryeducation.com/teachers/free-lesson-plans/genetic-engineering.cfm

The Discovery Education website serves as a repository of instructional materials for educators seeking to help their charges learn about everything from the solar system to genetically modified organisms.

This particular lesson plan deals with the science and technology of genetic engineering and it is intended to be used by advanced high school and community college students.

Users will appreciate the fact that the entire plan is well-organized and divided into 12 sections including Objectives, Discussion Questions, and Procedures. The Discussion Questions are thoughtful and well-articulated and one can imagine that each query might generate more than a bit of meditation and close consideration.

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