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I can define key words. I can describe my


idea.

I have a few ideas and can describe them. I


dont really know how to link my ideas
together.

I can explain why things happen and apply my


ideas. I can classify and sequence. I can link my
ideas together. I can compare and contrast
different things.

I can make predictions and write


hypotheses. I can evaluate and generalise
using my ideas.I can apply my ideas to new
contexts and subjects. I can imagine and
create new things using my ideas.

Explain semi-conservative
replication with reference to the
base pairing rule, the steps
involved in replication, and draw a
diagram to show it

Evaluate the importance of


DNA replication to producing
genetically identical cells that
can complete their life function

Describe the importance of DNA Understand the purpose of DNA Describe the relationship between
being kept in the nucleus
in terms of coding for proteins
DNA, genes, alleles and
phenotype

Discuss how the relationship of


DNA to amino acids and
proteins is required for the role
of DNA in the transfer of
genetic information.

Describe the structure of DNA


Draw a labelled diagram of the
DNA molecule

Describe the process of DNA


replication

Describe the base pairing rule


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Describe the structure of a


gene as a series of bases and
triplets
3

Understand that genotype


determine phenotype

Describe the purpose of meiosis Explain the role of meiosis in


generating haploid gametes

Interpret a diagram of meiosis

Draw the chromosomes in a


gamete given the parent cell or
vice versa

Discuss how independent


assortment and crossing over
contribute to genetic variation in
gametes

Use information about meiosis


to predict the genetic make-up
of gametes

Ascertain genotypes/phenotypes
of individuals from given family
pedigrees

Use test-cross / back-cross for


finding unknown genotypes

Explain the process by which sex


in the offspring is determined
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Describe the genotype and


phenotype of an individual for
one gene

Give expected
genotype/phenotype ratios for
simple monohybrid crosses

Relate how meiosis fits into the


life history of a sexually
reproducing organisms and
where and when it occurs

Identify inheritable and noninheritable variations in a


population
Describe natural selection

Describe the advantages and


disadvantages of sexual
reproduction

Discuss the relationship between


sexual reproduction and
population variation
Explain how selective breeding is
used to improve individuals and
populations

Discuss the importance of


variation within populations
with respect to changing
environmental conditions such
as pest infestation, disease,
drought, or flood.