To GMO or not? That is the question... (Day #3 of 3)

Unit 5: 5) Genetic Engineering
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: Students will make and defend a claim stating their position (i.e. argue) regarding the creation and use of genetically modified organisms with consideration of its pros and cons.

Big Idea: Biotechnology (and genetic engineering in particular) can produce changes that are helpful or harmful.

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Science, annotation, Genetics, GMOs, point of view, Genetic Engineering, argument, engineering
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