The Most "Important" Lesson: Genetics Poetry

Unit 10: Introduction to Genetics
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Objective: SWBAT create a poem that analyzes the "important" characteristics of their selected topic relating to genetics, peer edit their creative writing pieces, and present their creations to the class in a poetry reading.

Big Idea: Even the most reluctant student will shine while bringing their study of genetics to life through the development of an "important" poem to highlight an aspect of heredity.

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