Reflection: Intervention and Extension Punnett Squares and Pedigrees - Flipped - Section 2: Explain


Some students catch on to this lesson very quickly, while others struggle with the concepts.  Providing opportunities for students who understand the concept to work ahead rather than go through each example with the class ensures that they do not become bored with the concepts.  For example, in this lesson I encourage the students to continue to move ahead if they feel comfortable with the information while I walk the class step by step through the questions.  I make an answer key available for the students who work ahead, so they may check their answers while I am working with the rest of the class. Students who work ahead are welcome to rejoin the class at any time and know that I may still call on them to answer questions or to explain answers.  I also have extra worksheets and problems available for students who finish early.  Having materials that increase in difficulty available for students is helpful and allows students to continue to be challenged.

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Punnett Squares and Pedigrees - Flipped

Unit 4: Genetics
Lesson 8 of 14

Objective: SWBAT complete Punnett squares and identify the relationship between genotype and phenotype.

Big Idea: Use this lesson to guide students through the process of completing a Punnett square.

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