Genetic Mutation Presentation

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Genetic Mutation Presentation

Post by shbullets » Sun Dec 16, 2007 4:01 pm

Hey guys, is there anyway that i can teach/present my biology class about genetic mutation within a restricted time limit of 3 minutes? It's one of my assigned projects.

I have to use diagrams as well, but it can't be powerpoint, only chalkboard or bristol board.

It's such a big topic, and i'm not sure how i'll lay it out. Hers what i got so far. I'll do a :

1. brief overview of topic
2. brief history of topic?
3. health/environmental/social issues, surrounding it? pros/cons
4. government involvement? maybe @[email protected]
5. and conclusion? T_T

I don't wanna waste time drawing on the chalkboard. But there are so many mutations? do i just teach the class bout it in general and give examples?
Any suggestions. thanks :)

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Post by mith » Sun Dec 16, 2007 4:04 pm

your teacher should provide a rubric, or you should call him/her out on their subjectivity.
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