The Double Helix Discussion Questions

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Write an essay expressing your views on the possibility of cloning human beings. Include fair comments on the opposing viewpoint and tell why you believe the opposition is wrong.

Recall a time when you had to complete a group project at school or for an organization to which you belong. Write a report on how the project was conducted, from start to finish, using the style and information you find most useful to explain the details. Also discuss others' attitudes and views, especially those you worked with closely.

DNA testing has been used in solving violent crimes and paternity suits. Research one particular case, and write a report on why the testing was used and what controversies surrounded it.

Science fiction and futuristic novels have enjoyed a large readership for decades. Write a short story set in the future, and include details about human life based...

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