One in 150 babies born presents a chromosomal condition, and society is getting closer to recognizing these as normal variations. Scholars learn about chromosomes and karyotypes with a resource that focuses on Down Syndrome as well as syndromes related to biological sex.
- Share more about the six most common biological karyotype sexes
- Debate how society could change to accommodate more sexes on forms, bathrooms, etc.
- Relies on prior knowledge of sex versus gender
- Focuses on vocabulary before viewing the differences in chromosomes
- Requires very little class time to share