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Название документа I want a clone - копия.docx

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I want a clone, I can’t do a lot of things alone,

I want him help my parents instead of me at home

I wanna sing harmony with

Identical me in the same key

I want a new companion who’ll pass biology and chemistry for me

Absolutely identical twin

I’m going to the cloning lab to make

Myself a copy of me!

Back in 62 Sir John Gurdon took the nucleus

From a body cell of an adult frog

Poked it in a n egg cell that had its nucleus removed –

This fused cell grew to be a pollywog

That pollywog was a clone of the adult,

The first scientifically created animal clone

And 50 years later, the Noble Prize committee

Made a million dollar call to Mister Gurdon’s home

We’ve all seen clones before, identical twins are clones,

Two separate people with the same DNA

Or if you’ve ever made a cutting from a plant you’ve

Done some cloning, but not quite in Mr. Gurdon’s way

He took a single cell from the body of an adult,

And from it made a being, genetically the same

A brand new approach to animal reproduction,

A huge shift from Mother Nature’s game

So if I want a clone I’m heading over to the lab

I want a clone, I can’t do a lot of things alone,

I want him get up early instead of me at home

I wanna sing harmony with

Identical me in the same key

I want a new companion who’ll pass Russian and Mathimatics for me

Absolutely identical twin

I’m going to the cloning lab to make

Myself a copy of me!

I want a clone, I can’t do a lot of things alone,

I want him rule the problems instead of me on the phone

I wanna sing harmony with

Identical me in the same key

I want a new companion who’ll overcome all difficulty in Medical Academy instead of me

Absolutely identical twin

I’m going to the cloning lab to make

Myself a copy of me!

If this sounds like just a story, remember all the glory

But now I’m here inside the lab I’m starting to think “may be not”,

My clone of course would be a person not my minion or a robot

And what if my genes don’t activate correctly and there’s problems

And instead of singing harmony a sick bed’s where my clone will be

And I’ll be there right by his side, sick with regret not feeling pride,

My narcissistic grandiosity had got the best of me

My self-absorbed preoccupation with genetic duplication

Simply has no place in a world with 7 billion population!

I don’t need a clone, it’s okay to do everything alone,

When I need someone I’ll talk to a friend on the phone

I wanna sing harmony with

The people who I find around me



Название документа I want a clone.docx

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I want a clone, I don’t want to be alone,

I want to talk to a younger me on the phone

I wanna sing harmony with

A younger me in the same key

I want a new companion who’s the closest of kin

A 50-year younger identical twin

I’m going to the cloning lab to make

Myself a copy of me!

Back in 62 Sir John Gurdon took the nucleus

From a body cell of an adult frog

Poked it in a n egg cell that had its nucleus removed –

This fused cell grew to be a pollywog

That pollywog was a clone of the adult,

The first scientifically created animal clone

And 50 years later, the Noble Prize committee

Made a million dollar call to Mister Gurdon’s home

We’ve all seen clones before, identical twins are clones,

Two separate people with the same DNA

Or if you’ve ever made a cutting from a plant you’ve

Done some cloning, but not quite in Mr. Gurdon’s way

He took a single cell from the body of an adult,

And from it made a being, genetically the same

A brand new approach to animal reproduction,

A huge shift from Mother Nature’s game

So if I want a clone I’m heading over to the lab

Where they’ll extract a nucleus from a somatic cell

That’s any cell that’s not for sex, it could be done or

Gut or muscle, or my epidermal cells could do as well

Cause all these cells despite their different look and feel

Possess all of the genes required to make a new you or me

And this idea that’s key to cloning underlines the

Principle that all cells have genetic equivalency

I want a clone, I don’t want to be alone,

I want to talk to a younger me on the phone

I wanna sing harmony with

A younger me in the same key

I want a new companion who’s the closest of kin

A 50-year younger identical twin

I’m going to the cloning lab to make

Myself a copy of me!

Next I’ll get an egg cell, which I can’t of course provide

And we need to ensure it has no genes inside

Cause my clone’s a clone of me I want

Fidelity and nothing besides

One way we can enucleate the egg is to irradiate it

Shine some u.v. light on it which ruins the DNA in it

Now put my nucleus in it so that the DNA in it is mine

And only my genes that to my new clone I will transmit

And now electric zap provide so that this cell starts to divide,

No longer just my zygote clone it starts to be an embryo

It needs a place to grow so to

A surrogate mom it’ll go

And nine months later, my clone’s new life begins,

Though half a century apart identical twins

We’ll be on Letterman and Leno and we’ll fly to San Francisco

And everywhere we go we’ll be the center of the show

I want a clone, I don’t want to be alone,

I want to talk to a younger me on the phone

I wanna sing harmony with

A younger me in the same key

I want a new companion who’s the closest of kin

A 50-year younger identical twin

I’m going to the cloning lab to make

Myself a copy of me!

If this sounds like just a story, remember all the glory

Ian Wilmut got in ’96 for cloning the sheep Dolly

And then another volley genetically modified Polly,

Every single cell she had contained a human gene of Dolly!

In years that followed camels,

Deer and ferrets mice, and cows and hogs

Pet owners have paid 50 to clone their cats and dogs

And even Rhesus Monkeys which are primates just like we are,

It’s completely doable you see the technique’s come so far

But now I’m here inside the lab I’m starting to think “may be not”,

My clone of course would be a person not my minion or a robot

And what if my genes don’t activate correctly and there’s problems

And instead of singing harmony a sick bed’s where my clone will be

And I’ll be there right by his side, sick with regret not feeling pride,

My narcissistic grandiosity had got the best of me

My self-absorbed preoccupation with genetic duplication

Simply has no place in a world with 7 billion population!

I don’t need a clone, it’s okay to be alone,

When I need someone I’ll talk to a friend on the phone

I wanna sing harmony with

The people who I find around me

Come back soon when I follow this lesson

With a song about regenerative medicine

And way that we can clone that brings some

Benefit to humanity!

And just a tiny preview of the kind of thing we might consider.

Imagine if for some reason, you needed a new lever

Instead of finding donors and running the risk of rejection

We clone your cells and grow you a liver

That suits you to perfection

I want a clone, I don’t want to be alone,

I want to talk to a younger me on the phone

I wanna sing harmony with

A younger me in the same key

I want a new companion who’s the closest of kin

A 50-year younger identical twin

I’m going to the cloning lab to make

Myself a copy of me!



Название документа task for cloning.docx

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Match these words with their synonyms and antonyms

Words

  1. Endanger 7. Identical

  2. Extract 8. Create

  3. Unique 9. Latest

  4. Extinction 10. Brilliant

  5. Replica 11. Improve

  6. Particular 12. Move ahead

Synonyms

A copy G recent

B special H make better

C take out I progress

D threaten J same

E death K intelligent

F exclusive L make



Antonyms

a survival g fall behind

b original h destroy

c protect i different

d insert j stupid

e general k make worse

f common l old

Название документа клонирование 2.ppt

Science fiction Race Identical Nightmare Replica Tadpole Unfertilised Insert...
Read the text and choose the best title for each paragraph. There is one titl...
Answer the questions When did the first attempt to create a clone take place?...
Listen to a talk about the scientist Rosalind Franklin and choose the correct...
Give a two-minute presentation on the benefits and problems of human being. D...
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Описание презентации по отдельным слайдам:

№ слайда 1 Science fiction Race Identical Nightmare Replica Tadpole Unfertilised Insert
Описание слайда:

Science fiction Race Identical Nightmare Replica Tadpole Unfertilised Insert Extract (v) Child prodigy Twig Controversial Alter Move ahead Научная фантастика Раса Идентичный, одинаковый Ночной кошмар Точная копия Головастик Неоплодотворенный Помещать Извлекать Одаренный ребенок Веточка Спорный Изменять Двигаться вперед

№ слайда 2 Read the text and choose the best title for each paragraph. There is one titl
Описание слайда:

Read the text and choose the best title for each paragraph. There is one title, which you do not need to use. Cloning of living beings Benefits of cloning Copying and cloning More disadvantages Ethnical problems Possible future

№ слайда 3 Answer the questions When did the first attempt to create a clone take place?
Описание слайда:

Answer the questions When did the first attempt to create a clone take place? What happened? Who’s Dolly? Why is she famous? In what ways is cloning different from copying? Give one example of how cloning could be beneficial to humans? What are the disadvantages of cloning from an ethnical point of view?

№ слайда 4 Listen to a talk about the scientist Rosalind Franklin and choose the correct
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Listen to a talk about the scientist Rosalind Franklin and choose the correct answer. 1. Perhaps Franklin didn’t receive the recognition she deserved because A she was the only woman. B women were treated differently in the past. C she was only one of the people working on DNA. 2. Franklin’s particular skills were A being a researcher. B interpretation and explanation of scientific results. C photographing crystals and explaining the photos. 3. Franklin’s photo revealed A a new technique of crystallography. B the basic helix structure. C the atoms in a crystal. 4. Watson was interested in the photo because A the structure of DNA had never been seen before. B it could be reproduced C he wanted to identify the double-helix. 5. Today Franklin is A regarded by all as a generous. B recognised as the most important contributor to DNA. C somebody whose role in DNA research is clear.

№ слайда 5 Give a two-minute presentation on the benefits and problems of human being. D
Описание слайда:

Give a two-minute presentation on the benefits and problems of human being. Don’t forget to mention: What is cloning? How is cloning doing? Benefits: medicine, saving of endangered species Problems: donors and clones, children of donors, religion, ethic cleansing.

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