Science Module: Biology

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This lesson will expand your insight into ideas secured in the accompanying TEKS for science:. 3.b

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Science Module: Biology Prepared by PIs – Dr. Molly Weinburgh & Dr. Beam Drenner Texas Christian University School of Education College of Science and Education Institute of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education Funded by Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Texas Education Agency

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This lesson will expand your insight into ideas shrouded in the accompanying TEKS for science: 3.b – Evaluate special claims that identify with organic issues 3.c – Evaluate effect of research on logical thought, society, and the earth. 3.d – Describe the association amongst science and future vocations

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Contemporary Issues in Biology Updated 2009

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Overview of Lesson Why are we here? Objectives of the course Syllabus and evaluating framework Scientific system and distribution

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Why are we here? You... Me...

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Overview of Lesson Why are we here? Objectives of the course Syllabus and evaluating framework Scientific strategy and production

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Goals of Course Introduce you to a portion of the significant contemporary issues in science and the fundamental natural ideas and logical standards Familiarize you with the utilization of the web to ask about organic issues Prepare you to be a more educated native and voter Help you be a superior parent, life partner, companion or youngster tending a wiped out parent

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In slide indicate mode, utilize the hot connection underneath to download a duplicate of the front of Time Magazine on Estrogen. TIME Magazine Cover: Estrogen - Jun. 26, 1995

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Breast Cancer TIME Magazine Cover: Breast Cancer - Feb. 18, 2002

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Prostate Cancer TIME Magazine Cover: Norman Schwarzkopf - Apr. 1, 1996

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Stem Cells TIME Magazine Cover: Scientist James Thomson - Aug. 20, 2001

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DNA TIME Magazine Cover: DNA Turns 50 - Feb. 17, 2003

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Cloning TIME Magazine Cover: Human Cloning - Feb. 19, 2001

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Heart Disease TIME Magazine Cover: Women and Heart Disease - Apr. 28, 2003

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Diabetes TIME Magazine Cover: Diabetes: Are You at Risk? - Dec. 8, 2003

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E. coli TIME Magazine Cover: E. Coli - Aug. 3, 1998

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Killer Microbes TIME Magazine Cover: Killer Microbes - Sep. 12, 1994

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AIDS TIME Magazine Cover: AIDS in Africa - Feb. 12, 2001

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Alzheimer's TIME Magazine Cover: New Science of Alzheimer's Disease - Jul. 17, 2000

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Drug Addiction TIME Magazine Cover: How We Get Addicted - May. 5, 1997

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Arthritis TIME Magazine Cover: Arthritis - Dec. 9, 2002

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Origin of Life TIME Magazine Cover: How Life Began - Oct. 11, 1993

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Human Evolution TIME Magazine Cover: How Man Evolved - Aug. 23, 1999

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Ozone Hole TIME Magazine Cover: Vanishing Ozone - Feb. 17, 1992

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Global Warming TIME Magazine Cover: Global Warming - Apr. 9, 2001

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Overview of Lesson Why are we here? Objectives of the course Syllabus and reviewing framework Scientific technique and distribution

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You will need to put your own syllabus here

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Readings for Lessons and Labs From famous press (Time Magazine, U.S. News & World Report, Newsweek) or wellbeing related sites At the begin of every lesson, there will be a lesson test on the day's perusing and the past lesson

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Example: Daily Quiz Question Which of the accompanying explanations is generally FALSE? A. Contamination with HIV causes an expansion in aide T cells, prompting to death. B. HIV is transmitted by both gay person and hetero action. C. At present, there are no medications that absolutely take out HIV from the body. HIV has murdered a greater number of individuals in Africa than some other landmass. In the event that nothing unless there are other options explanations are false, select E.

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Labs and Activities Wet labs and PC exercises are utilized to upgrade lessons A test will be given toward the finish of every lab or action Material canvassed in labs and exercises will be incorporated on exams

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Overview of Lesson Why are we here? Objectives of the course Syllabus and reviewing framework Scientific techniques and production

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Advances in Biological Knowledge Immunology Anatomy Molecular Biology and Genetics Knowledge Ecology Evolution The obscure is more prominent than the known Year 1950

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Advances in Biological Knowledge Molecular Biology and Genetics Immunology Anatomy Knowledge The obscure Is still more noteworthy than the known Ecology Evolution Today

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Scientific Methodologies Observation Hypotheses Tests of theories Results

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Two-assemble test plan Identity the variable which will test the speculation CONTROL GROUP EXPERIMENTAL GROUP The variable being tried The variable being tried is truant is available Record comes about Record comes about Compare and examine the test outcomes Report on trial configuration, test results, and conclusions drawn from results Based on: C. Starr's Biology: Concepts and Applications, Brooks/Cole, Thomson Learning

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Science propels by disproof Platt, J. (1964) Science

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Scientific Methodologies Observation Hypotheses Tests of theories Results World learning in logical diaries Publication Rejection Peer survey Submission of paper to logical diary

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Results turn into a piece of the general information simply after they are distributed in a logical diary

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Question: Why would you be able to have trust in the prominent press and expert sites? Reply: Because the data depends on logical philosophy and logical diaries, not pseudo-science

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Scientific Methodologies Reputable Popular Press Observation Hypotheses Tests of theories Results World information in logical diaries Publication Rejection Peer review Submission of paper to logical diary

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Beware of pseudo-science (an arrangement of thoughts or misguided judgments incorrectly viewed as science)

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Based on: The Sun, January, 1993

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Based on: Texas Highways, May 1999

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