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BIO 150_ethics_tips - BIO 150 Orientations for Chapter 10...

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BIO 150- Orientations for Chapter 10 – Ethical Issues in Biology-2010 Lab Code: 2T125 (Week 2, Tuesdays, Room 125) Turnitin.com Section ID : Liset Cruz-Font Turnitin.com Password : bio150lab Assignment schedule: - Lab 6 : Topics assigned - From Lab 6 (Jan 12) to Lab 9 (Mar. 2): Research your topic and think on perspectives you want to discuss - Lab 9 (March 2): During the lab each group will meet to discuss and identify the perspectives. Each student must choose one perspective different from their lab mates. At the end of the lab each group check with me. - From Lab 9 to Lab 10 : Prepare and write your report (tips below), submit it to turnitin.com - Lab 10 : HAND IN YOUR REPORT -Lab 11 : Come prepared to present your perspective to the class and answer questions. - Remember that you must hand in a report AND present your perspective in order to receive a mark for this assignment Report: - 1 perspective per student (different for each) - use iWrite (available through the portal) and other resources - Remember to focus on the ethical issues behind your topic/perspective - Tips: Chapter 10 in the lab manual clearly states what is expected for the written report and oral presentation. Read this material carefully!
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