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ENGL 1A: Science, Ethics, and Society (Nanda): Home

All About Clonig!

 Cloning diagram  Photo of cloned sheep    Photo of identical babies           

Photos courtesy of Wikimedia Commons and Flicker users: Cloning Diagram (Belkorin); Test Tube Baby (Brendan Dolan-Gavity); Cloned Sheep (Barbara Edkstein); Human Cloning  (Newsonline)

Exercise 1 - Let's Get Started!

Browse through these two articles about cloning. Be sure to access the full-text of the articles (PDF).  If you are off campus, you will need to authenticate with your SCU id and password. 

1. Let's Make the World a No-Clone Zone

2. Crossing Lines


Now answer a few questions listed in  this Google Form:


Questions: Two Perspectives on Human Cloning




Engl 1A- Science, Ethics, and Society

 All about Cloning!

Cloning is one of the most controversial issues of our times.  Whether it's animal cloning, human cloning, therapeutic or reproductive cloning, everybody has an opinion, and ethical concerns abound.  Our two library sessions will help you:

  • Identify an aspect of the cloning debate you want to explore
  • Locate information from different types of sources
  • Evaluate this information to be sure it's reliable and can be used in your presentation.

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