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Department of Education

Region VI-Western Visayas


Division of Capiz
VICENTE ANDAYA SR. NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Sigma, Capiz

Date: July 21, 2017

I. Objectives:
At the end of the lesson, of the students should be able to:
1. Discuss how sex-linked genes is inherited.
II. Learning Task
A. Subject Matter
SEX LINKED GENES
B. Teaching Aids and Devices
Chalk and board, Visual Aid, Learners Module, Teachers guide and materials to
be used for the activity.
C. Reference
Lerners Module, Teachers Guide

III. ACTIVITY

Teachers Activity Students activity

A. Pre-Activity
The teacher will ask the student the
following questions:
Have you seen a bald man?
Do you know a family of
yours who is a color-blind?
This morning through our activity
we are going to know how sex-
linked genes like baldness and
color-blindness is inherited.
B. Activity Proper
(see the attached activity sheet) The student will perform the
activity.
C. Post Activity
The teacher will let the student report The student will present the
the result of their activity in class. result of their activity in class.

IV. Analysis
Teachers Activity Students Activity
What are the things that did you observed Answers may vary
from our activity?

What is the genotype of the Answers may vary .


male

What is the genotype of the


female?

What is the chance that the


child will be color-blind?

What is the chance that a


daughter will be color-
blind?

What is the chance that a


son will be color-blind?

V. Abstraction

Teachers Activity Students Activity


The teacher will discuss the following :
Genes located on the X
chromosomes are called X -linked
genes. Genes on the Y
chromosomes are called Y-linked
VI.
genes. An example of an X-linked
trait in humans is hemophilia. A
person suffering from hemophilia
could die from loss of blood even
from a small wound because the
blood either clots very slowly or
does not clot at all. Another
example of an X-linked trait is
color blindness. To illustrate the
inheritance of an X-linked trait, we
will use color blindness in our
discussion. Let us study Table 3.
The X chromosome with the gene
for color blindness is represented
as X, while the one without is
represented as X

Application

Teachers Activity Students Activity


The teacher will let ask the students
the following:

What are the sex chromosomes that Answers may vary


are present in male? Female?
Prepared by:

JOSAL V. MARIANO
Teacher 1

Checked by:

ROLENDY G. DE PEDRO
Head Teacher 1 / Science Coordinator

Noted:

JIMMY B. BILLONES
Principal III