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Science Basics - Life Science III (Live) - Protein Synthesis and Biotechnology
Your student will be introduced to protein synthesis, mutations, genetic disorders, and biotechnology, including CRISPR, in this four-week course.
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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In this live course, which is geared toward an introduction of protein synthesis, mutations, genetic disorders, and biotechnology, your student will learn: Week 1 - Genetic Material (DNA and RNA)/Transcription - Video: Transcription and Translation Process - Interactive Lab: Modeling Transcription - Digital Worksheet - Quizizz - Gimkit - Optional - Google Forms Quiz Week 2 - Translation/Protein Synthesis - Interactive Lab: Translation - Digital Worksheet: Reading Codons - Video: What Are...
By the end of this course, your student will understand the importance of DNA, protein synthesis, mutations, and biotechnology. They will learn about how DNA is used to create RNA for protein synthesis; how codons are read to make proteins; the purpose of protein, how mutations can occur; genetic disorders caused by mutations; and how biotechnology and engineering work to help us solve medical issues caused by defects in our DNA.
In this course, your student will have 1-2 review activities each week, one project, and three short 10 question quiz to check their understanding. All work can be completed digitally or printed for convenience. Project #1 Genetic Disorders (Week 3)
All work can be completed digitally. If your student prefers doing the projects on paper, the following materials are suggested: paper and color pencils.
There are three short 10 question quizzes after week 1, week 2, and week 4 to check the student understanding. There is also an optional vocabulary quiz at the end of the course.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
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