How do we strike that balance between biomedical advances and moral/ethical responsibility? . Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of nature. Independent Reading. Monday’s focus question: Make a claim about what motivates your character .
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Are you on track to finish your book by the end of this week?
Answer the following questions on a blank sheet of paper.
Read Chapters 12 – 16 for Monday, September 30
Answer questions on handout as you watch.
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As you navigate through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) website, use your handout to take notes on the connections to Mary Shelley’s novel.
Human nature: The reason this novel still grips us!
Victor is a flawed human being and Mary Shelley taps into a fear that scientists, being fallible human beings, will not be wise or responsible enough to control their potentially deadly discoveries.