Lesson Plan: Artificial Reproduction Biology

This lesson plan includes the objectives, prerequisites, and exclusions of the lesson teaching students how to describe the processes of test-tube baby formation (IVF) and renucleation and outline the role of gamete banks in artificial reproduction.


Students will be able to

  • outline the process of test-tube baby formation (IVF) in producing offspring,
  • outline the role of gamete banks in artificial reproduction,
  • outline the process of renucleation (embryo cloning).


Students should already be familiar with

  • the structures of male and female gametes,
  • the female reproductive system,
  • the menstrual cycle,
  • the process of natural fertilization and embryo development (inside females).


Students will not cover

  • causes of infertility in males and females,
  • details of the types of hormones involved in the test-tube baby treatment (IVF).

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