Puberty/Adolescence Today and Yesterday: How Different Generations Cope(A medium-term Web Quest suitable for grades 7-9) This Web Quest involves students in reading about social and psychological issues related to puberty and to assess their goals, conduct research on the issues facing Canadian teens today, conduct an interview with an adult about their transition through adolescence, and prepare a collective autobiography.
Talking With Parents About Sex: Send a postcard to your parents(A short-term Web Quest suitable for grades 7-9) In this Web Quest students will use the “postcard” feature of the sexualityandu website to prepare a brief, key message to a parent or other trusted adult recommending three websites or pages about parent-teen communications.STI Risks and Youth: Write a Report(A short-term Web Quest suitable for grades 7-9) This Web Quest will have students take an online quiz and participate in a virtual scenario to help understand the risks of contracting a Sexually Transmitted Infection.Students will also use Canadian statistics and math to calculate their risk of infection from sexually transmitted diseases.They will then prepare a summary report and a graph to present their findings.Reproduction is the process in which new individuals are produced from their parents.
There are two main types of reproduction: asexual, and sexual.
Humans produce new individuals by sexual reproduction.
by Nicole Coleman, Purdue Calumet The Webquest is for a 7th grade science class, and the Webquest will cover Indiana Academic Standard 7.4.3 “Explain how in sexual reproduction, a single specialized cell from a female merges with a specialized cell from a male and this fertilized egg carries genetic information from each parent and multiplies to form the complete organism.” The Webquest will teach the students about sexual reproduction, the flow of genetic material, and the process of cell division.
There are many organisms in the world that we need to grasp and understanding of.
Most of you are familiar with how humans, dogs, and cats reproduce, so you are about to investigate how other organisms in the world reproduce!
At the end of the project you will be able to explain if an organism reproduces asexually or sexually, internal or external fertilization, and internal or external development.