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Revised 9_7_08 13 Biology 6.11.08 6abc DNA-Protein-Mutations

Revised 9_7_08 13 Biology 6.11.08 6abc...

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BIOLOGY TEKS 6 A, B, & C DNA Protein Mutations TAKS Objective 2 – The student will demonstrate an understanding of living systems and the environment. TEKS Science Concepts 6 A, B, & C The student knows the structures and functions of nucleic acids in the mechanisms of genetics. The student is expected to (A) describe components of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), and illustrate how information for specifying traits of an organism is carried in the DNA; (B) explain replication, transcription, and translation using models of DNA and ribonucleic acid (RNA); (C) identify and illustrate how changes in DNA cause mutations and evaluate the significance of these changes TAKS Objective 2 page 1
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BIOLOGY For Teacher’s Eyes Only DNA Replication Transcription Translation Mutations Student Prior Knowledge Students should be familiar with the components associated with body systems TEKS 6.10 (C) identify how structure complements function at different levels of organization including organs, organ systems, organisms, and populations and the functions of these systems. TAKS Objective 2 page 2
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BIOLOGY 5 E’s ENGAGE Allow students to watch the video Photo 51 . It is the story of Rosalind Franklin, Watson, and Crick and there journey to discover the structure of DNA. While watching the video, have students complete the viewing guide. h EXPLORE Explore 1 FIND A TECHNOLOGY PIECE TO INCORPORATE HERE…..MAYBE MAKING THE RNA MOLECULE USING MICROSOFT WORDS????????????? Explore 2 DNA Experiment for Parents Students will attempt to extract DNA from different types of food in their home. Additionally, students are to discuss and explain this process to their parents. Parents will complete a question and form that will be returned by students. h EXPLAIN Complete the Intro to DNA presentation with your student with discussion and the completion of the following questions. TAKS Objective 2 page 3 DNA and RNA
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BIOLOGY ELABORATE Students will review the DNA Jewelry Model they made and re-identify the DNA structures by re-keying their model. Students will also compare and contrast the DNA and RNA structure using the DNA Jewelry Model. h EVALUATE REWRITE 1. Using the text, students will TAKS Objective 2 page 4
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BIOLOGY TAKS Objective 2 page 5
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BIOLOGY Photo 51 Film Guide 1. At an early age Rosalind showed an affinity to what subjects in school? 2. St. Paul Girls School was it traditional or career oriented? 3. What outside event(s) causedFranklin to kick start her career? 4. Describe crystallography. 5. What collegedid Rosalind attend? 6. What improvements did she give England that contributed to the war effort?
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