Activity 2.1.1 Chronicles of a Genetic Counselor
Part I: Introduction to Genetic Testing and Screening
1. Take notes as the teacher presents the Genetic Disorders presentation. Record information
on the Student Resource Sheet as the teacher revi
Medical Intervention 3.3.2
EKG lab report
QUESTION: Does listening to music make a person stress relief?
HYPOTHESIS: if we listen to music then our EKG results are going to be normal but if we play
the game the EKG results will be abnormal.
1. In your lab journal, list processes of the body which are considered involuntary.
Describe how you can exert voluntary control over one of these processes.
3. Read the following articles and take notes on biofeedback in your laboratory
Activity 3.3.1 Diary of a Cancer Patient
1. Draw a line down the middle of a fresh page in your laboratory journal. Write
chemotherapy on the top of one column and radiation therapy on the top of the other.
2. Under the appropriate title, write
Activity 3.4.1 Personalized Medicine
1. With a partner, brainstorm possible reasons why the four girls had such different
reactions to the same medication. Record your ideas in your laboratory journal.
People with different haplotypes will respo
Activity 3.4.2 Student Response Sheet (Optional)
Description of how technology works:
Respirocytes exchange gasses via molecular
sorting rotors. The rotors have specially
shaped tips to catch particular types of
molecules. Gas molecules are s
Project 3.3.4 Physical and Occupational Therapy
1. Work with your assigned partner(s) to research occupational therapy and physical therapy
careers. Create a career journal entry for each of these professions. Make sure to address
Loyalist or Patriot
Background: Various events of the 1700s led colonists to develop strong beliefs regarding the
British government. The Trial of Peter Zenger, The Proclamation of 1763, the Boston Massacre
combined with constantly cha
Propaganda during the American Revolution Era
Teacher: Dave Szabo, Missisquoi Valley Union Middle School
Grade Level: Middle School
Time Required: 3-4 Class Periods
Topic: Propaganda used during the American Revolution
Context and Differentiation: This le
Lab #5 Cell Respiration (Lab Bench Activity #5)
Click on the link above and answer the following questions in your lab
notebook. Please write the section headings along with making sure
Chapter 4 & 5 Quiz
Directions: In the molecules given below, circle the
functional groups. Then, name the functional groups and the
molecule (i.e. ketone, alcohol, etc.).
Activity 2.1.2 Copying Our Genes
Optional Part II: PCR Reaction Using a Thermal Cycler
1. Write a conclusion for the experiment in your laboratory journal. Be sure to
analyze what is visible on your gel and relate this to the process of PCR.
Family Bulletin #2 Baby on Board
This week, James and Judy Smith have some unexpected news to share with their
family. They just found out that they are expecting their third child. Now that the shock
has worn off, they are excited to welcome a new member
Activity 2.1.5 Maternal and Child Health
Due to her advanced age, Judy Smith is concerned about the health of her baby, but
she believes that some things should be left to chance. The couple is elated to be
pregnant again and they are excited
Unit: 03 Lesson: 02
Enzyme Web Quest
Instructions: Use at least three of the following websites to help you answer the questions below: