Bacterial Infection Teacher Resources
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Students investigate the different functions of the body. In this biology lesson, students study the brain, and central nervous system. They define vocabulary words pertaining to the function of the brain and the nervous system.
Students view a Reading Rainbow video on germs and discuss microbial diseases. They grow cultures of Staphylococcus aureus and then estimate and graph the count for their own bodies and those of the class.
Students explore the causes of disease, how organisms, spread disease, and the process of infection. Examples of inherited diseases, environmentally caused diseases, and the agents that cause them are examined in this lesson.
Students explore the overall environment of the mouth and the structures inside.
Young scholars examine the Scientific Method. They will discover the value in being observant, organized, and thorough with regard to science. They will also explore how these traits can serve them well in other areas of life.
Pupils explore the mouth's environment and realize that there are bacteria in everyone's mouth.
Students explore the process of growing plants from seed. In this propagation lesson, students examine methods of propagation and determine how to rapidly propagate plant species. Students listen to a lecture informing them on the topic and observe growing plants.
Students in an alternative school setting for pregnant teens examine various facets of pregnancy including prenatal and postpartum testing, genetic influences, and additional risk factors. Through videos, hands-on activities, and small group discussions, they gain insights into the genetics of human development, birth defects, and other related topics. Activities include: constructing cell models and creating pregnancy timelines.
Sixth graders complete a think, pair, share activity on an antibiotic overhead. In groups, they participate in an exercise in which they can see how germs behave and how they are treated. To end the lesson, they discuss how a resistance to antibiotics can evolve in a population.
Eleventh graders explore the spread of a disease through a population. In this Algebra II lesson, 11th graders analyze graphical data representing they spread of a disease. Students produce a graph of the virus data, analyze the data, and compare viral and bacterial infections.
Eighth graders study the physical and functional characteristics of bacteria. In this microbiology lesson students complete a lab on measuring bacteria growth.
Students examine how viruses and allergens affect the body. In this viruses lesson students create flow charts and examine the differences in how colds are diagnosed.
Students explore the concept of opportunistic diseases. In this opportunistic diseases lesson, students take notes on a lecture regarding systemic herpes, candidiasis, cytomegalovirus, tuberculosis, MAC, recurrent pneumonia, cryptococcosis, pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, Kaposi's sarcoma, and lymphomas.
Young scholars research about the different symptoms of tuberculosis. In this biology lesson, students perform a case study on this infectious disease using WHO's database. They explore current treatment for TB.
Learners have discussions and complete activities about the pacific salmon life cycle and marine parasites. In this salmon lesson plan, students complete activities such as observing sea lice, playing a tag game, and a board game.
In this English language vocabulary worksheet, pupils select words or phrases from 4 possible answers to complete a sentence. The 15 sentences have varied structures with unusual topics and sometimes advanced vocabulary. The user can select to reveal the answers
Students discuss the jobs of neurons and nerve cells. In this biology lesson, students study the nervous and endocrine system and what it is used for. They discuss nerve, resting and action potential about neurons.
Students examine antibiotics, what they do and what things were like before we had them. In this antibiotics lesson students research bacteria and antibiotics then as a group prepare a written report.
Use this great overview to give information on all aspects of nutrition. By working their way through this PowerPoint, students review a lot of information about the digestive process. Students read many facts on a number of detailed diagrams, and complete important names and vocabulary. Students could work on this PowerPoint with pencil and paper supplied by the teacher, or as a quick tool in the classroom with a whole group.
Students study the different properties of the three major systems of the body. For this biology lesson, students investigate the physiology of the skeletal, muscular and integumentary systems. They further divide those systems into deeper categories.