Since 1997 when the first ever sequencing of the human genome took place in The United States, the advancement and ethical complexity of cloning has been a constant hum. What has become apparent is that science is pushing our frontiers of understanding, meanwhile society is still mulling over earlier accomplishments.
How should society react to cloning? Can we ultimately trust people to make good choices with this technology?
- Language level: B1+
- Aim: The issues surrounding cloning.
- Learner type: Young learners; Teens; Adults
- Time: 45 – 60 minutes
- Activities included: Discussing quotes, conversation questions, presentation, image discussion
- Topic: Cloning
- Language: Any
- Materials: Text and images
Download the PDF talking points page: Cloning ESLTalkingPoints PDF
Download the PDF images for class: Cloning Images PDF