Biomedical Ethics & Neanderthal Babies (Advanced ESL Lesson Plan)

Download the Biomedical Ethics Lesson Plan (ESL) here: Biomedical-Ethics-Lesson-Advanced-29012013.doc

Biomedical Ethics Lesson Plan (ESL): Advanced


Biomedical Ethics Lesson Plan (ESL): Warm-Up

1) Would you like to be a doctor? Why or why not?
2) How are the medical services in your country?

Reading #1: The Neanderthal Baby & Synthetic Biology

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3 comments on “Biomedical Ethics & Neanderthal Babies (Advanced ESL Lesson Plan)

  1. Sue (Posted on 11-21-2014 at 06:48) Reply

    An interesting topic for discussion with Advanced ESL learners.

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  3. fereji (Posted on 10-26-2019 at 13:26) Reply

    Great lesson, thank you

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