You will soon be reading the novel Brave New World by A. Huxley. After researching a related topic listed below, you will read the novel and then write an informative essay explaining how your research is related to the text.
Listen to an 1962 interview (in English) by the author about Brave New World.
PDF file of Brave New World (Try uploading to E-reader)
Related Research Topics
- Stem Cell Research
- Gender Selection
- Gene Mutation
- Natural Selection
- Anti-depressant therapy
- Native American Indian reservations
- Henry Ford's assembly line
- Invitro fertilization
- Cord blood banks
- Hormone therapy
- Child abuse
- Sex education
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The Science Sources ebook widget will help with the following topics: cloning, stem cell research, gender selection, gene mutation, invitro fertilization, etc.
Miscellaneous eBooks (Find sex education, Henry Ford, Helicopters, etc. here.)
Both databases are great sources of information on current and controversial issues such as: cloning, genetic engineering, gender selection, etc.
FIND essays, videos, diagrams, definitions, biographies, and experiments on science topics.
FIND information on conditions and diseases, health and wellness, mental health, and the human body.
American History Online
FIND information about Henry Ford here.
American Indian History Online
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Websites for additional information about Henry Ford - also check Encyclopedia Britannica.
- The Life of Henry Ford
- Today in History - Henry Ford/Library of Congress American Memory Collection
- Henry Ford and Workers in the Assembly Lines
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