Articles & Documents
These are from the SIRS Database and are the same articles provided by your teachers. To access SIRS at home, you must have the password given to you the first day of this unit.
- (Animals) Good Breeding
- (Enviornment) Frankenfood
- (Enviornment) Ocean Farmed Salmon
- (Enviornment) Rewilding
- (Environment) Where Does Your Food Come From?
- (Food) Converted to GMO Food
- (Food) Does Enviornmentalism Cause Amnesia?
- (Food) Future Food
- (Food) Genetically Engineered Salmon
- (Food) Irrational Fear of GM Food
- (Food) The Public Needs to Hear the Case
- (Health) Activists-Modified Corn
- (Health) Americans Believe
- (Health) Fears vs. Facts
- (Health) Fixation on GM Foods
- (Health) Newly Risen from Yeast
- (Health) Q & A Health Impacts
- GM Labels
Consider bias when analyzing these websites.
Are genetically modified organisms beneficial?
(How do they impact the environment, medicine, and food consumption and/or production?)
Other terms to know: transgenic, genetically engineered, GMO, biotechnology
Tuesday, 1/5: Introduction in Science
Wednesday, 1/6: Day 1 in Library (Review of assignment, bias, resources, Noodle Tools, research)
Thursday, 1/7: Research, take notes
Friday, 1/8: Research, take notes
Monday, 1/11: Complete research, Outline of thesis and argument
Tuesday, 1/12: Begin drafting
Wednesday, 1/13: Draft
Thursday, 1/14: Revise
Friday, 1/15: Final copy and works cited turned in
Taking Notes (minimum of 10)
When taking notes, include evidence like statistics, quotes, experts, or reserach-based facts.