Genetic information transfers through nucleic acids, making these the chemical link that connects people to their parents and grandparents. Viewers determine the importance of both DNA and RNA after observing the presentation. Key questions such as What do they do? and What are they made of? keep pupils focused on the main ideas.
- Add the DNA versus RNA information to science journals
- Colors blend together making many slides difficult to read; edit these before sharing the presentation
- Relies on prior knowledge of amino acids, proteins, and chromosomes
- Highlights the important concepts throughout
- Allows refining and adapting the entire presentation to fit individual needs