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    Hi TSR I'm doing this presentation and I've done all the stage of mitosis and meiosis, but I was wondering if there was anything else that I could possibly add to the presentation that would help me and others in the as level exam, yet is doesn't go into too much depth.


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    You could always wrap it up with a quiz: either multiple choice or voting on "is this mitosis or meiosis?"

    Past exam questions might be helpful to slot in, if you have a quick scan through past papers and just do a screen grab - could get people to figure out what the mark scheme would be then compare it to the actual mark scheme.

    Good luck.
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    Thank you yes I thought about doing something like that, maybe get out the trusty old whiteboards lol


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    Show them the meiosis square dance!! http://youtu.be/JKXAdwCibsA
    and make mitosis doughnuts!!
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    Give them a taste of what it's like being a first year undergrad biomedical scientist!
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    Must say wish I could sing and dance as well as them chromosomes


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    And thank you yes I will use it, highly amusing


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    Why don't you talk about them in context - ie where they occur in plants and animals, why independent assortment and chaisma are important in variation, non-disjunction and other problems that can occur...
    Good luck with your presentation!
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    Thankyou and ye I used the chaisma part involving variation which was very useful x


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