Group Reporting on the Reproductive System

For the last topic of the year, it’s your turn to show how much you can learn (and teach!) about the reproductive system.

I have divided the class into three groups. Each group is given a topic to report on. Please elect a group leader to coordinate with me. I will email the group representatives a teaching guide with the necessary concepts during the weekend. Please download the teaching guide here.

Please work on this and prepare to present these topics on the dates specified. First date is for Cs and second is for Rb.

Each group has one whole bio period to present. You can use presentations/video clips/activities/games, etc. to aid you. I am only requiring that you give 1 handout for your classmates to study and 5 questions for a quiz on the topics assigned. You will be graded according to completeness of information-35%, clarity-25%, creativity-20%, teamwork-10%, paperwork (handout+quiz questions)-10%.

Topic 1 (p. 913-918 ) – Feb 26/27
Cs CN – 2 3 5 6 10 11 15 19 28 29
Rb CN – 1 2 5 10 11 15 17 22 25
Asexual vs. sexual reproduction
Mechanisms of sexual reproduction (concentrate on non-mammalian mechanisms)

Topic 2 (p. 918-924) – Mar 2/4
Cs CN – 1 7 14 17 18 20 21 23 24 25
Rb CN – 3 6 7 9 12 18 19 23 24 28
Reproductive structures (and their functions) of mammals, especially human males and females

Topic 3 (p. 928-931 and 936-940) – Mar 4/5
Cs CN – 4 8 9 12 13 16 22 26 27 30
Rb CN – 4 8 13 14 16 20 21 26 27
Processes that occur during fertilization and overview of stages of embryonic development

Pages are from the hardcore Campbell book \m/

Here’s an slideshare presentation done by Ms. Baker that you may find interesting:

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