Academic Vocabulary: Creating a "Foldable"

Unit 5: 5) Genetic Engineering
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: Students will understand, define, and express (visually) the concept of “recombinant DNA”.

Big Idea: Many roads exist to help strengthen and refine student command of science terms; this strategy blends visual and linguistic elements in a creative way.

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Science, Genetics, Academic Vocabulary, cause and effect, GMO, Genetic Engineering, recombinant DNA, engineering
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