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Are You Smarter than a Grade School Genealogist? Episode 1

Sunday, 13 Apr 2008 | by Mark Tucker

Are You Smarter than a Grade School Genealogist? 

Episode 1 – Introduction to DNA 

Match your genealogy knowledge against a grade schooler to determine: Are You Smarter than a Grade School Genealogist?  In this episode, Nathan, a 4th grader from Arizona introduces DNA for the genealogist. 

Video – YouTube (4:04)

4 Comments »

  1. Nathan,

    Excellent video! I really enjoyed watching, and hearing your narration. You did a great job. I think that the grade school genealogist (you) has a better understanding of this subject than I have. Kudos.

    Comment by Gwen Slade — 13 Apr 2008 @ 7:41 pm

  2. [...] ThinkGenealogy introduces episode 1 of “Are You Smarter than a Grade School Genealogist?“: “Match your genealogy knowledge against a grade schooler to determine: Are You Smarter than a Grade School Genealogist? In this episode, Nathan, a 4th grader from Arizona introduces DNA for the genealogist.” The episode is just over 4 minutes long and is a great introduction to genetic genealogy. [...]

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  3. We are impressed! You are smarter than we are. We wish we could have made such a video and had the knowledge to do so when we were your age. You have a brilliant/wonderful future ahead of you. Way to go Nathan. So what did the student that got first place have a report on? It could not of been this good.

    Comment by Glenn & Nancy — 28 Apr 2008 @ 10:00 pm

  4. Awesome video Nathan and Mark. I am not smarter than a 4th grader but had fun learning more about DNA. I’m going to have to watch it again. Thanks for sharing.

    Comment by Melissa Slade — 3 May 2008 @ 10:06 am

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