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This one page overview of Bacteria and Viruses provides students a quick, creative reference. Students will describe how Bacteria are classified and the broad types of viruses as well as compare and contrast the two. Sketch notes provide a fun and visually appealing method to organize information.
Teach your students about the differences between bacteria and viruses with this digital video lesson.Go paperless! This resource is a TWO part GOOGLE FORMS assignment. First students watch the original video. Next, the students fill out the DIGITAL GOOGLE FORM with 15 questions (self grading!) + 3
This is a project to conclude a unit on Infectious Diseases. Students are given a list of vocab words to include in their story, poem, comic book, script etc. This includes a student handout and a rubric.
In this project, students will first research information about bacteria and viruses. They will fill in a table based on their research. Then the students have to create a comic strip where bacteria and viruses are having a battle. One of the microbes must win and they must have evidence to supp
Science & Biology - Human Body - What is a Virus? & Viruses vs. Bacteria Worksheets:Consider other popular pages on the novel coronavirus and COVID-19:Science & Human Body - What is a Virus? Study of Novel Coronavirus worksheetsExplore what a virus is and the differences between a virus
Short Introduction on Bacterium and Viruses For early learners
Science & Biology - The Human Body - Coronavirus & COVID-19: Viruses vs. Bacteria? Worksheet:Explore the differences between a virus particle and a bacterium cell. Also, how do antibiotics affect both? Consider the following popular pages on the novel coronavirus and COVID-19: Science &
Students will test their knowledge over the characteristics of bacteria versus viruses. They will also be able to manipulate the pictures to demonstrate their knowledge of the concepts.
Comparing viruses to bacteria? This is a great review and/or assessment for your students. Both a mixed puzzle and a completed puzzle (as a key) are included. The mixed puzzle makes it easy to print and hand directly to the students to cut, rearrange and turn back in. Or print the puzzle on card
This two part lesson plan is designed to reinforce a student's mastery of how the bacteria and virus compare with each other. Included in this assessment are the fundamental characteristics of each organism including reproduction, the parasite/host relationship and how each organism can be both har
Introductory Google slide to help students understand how sickness affects the brain, the difference between colds vs. flu, and how we can protect our body.This presentation works very well when pushed out through Google classroom (streamlines the process of creating a unique copy for each student).
Students will determine which is a bacteria and which picture is a virus using the pictures provided and answer questions. This activity introduces bacteria/virus curriculum.
Let's face it, our world has been forever changed with COVID-19 and as teachers it's important that we help students to make sense of this experience. This, like every moment is a teachable moment, and so I will use this Venn Diagram graphic organizer as part of an introduction lesson for Immunology
The goal of this activity is to help students distinguish between cells and viruses. Often students think viruses and cells, particularly bacteria, are the same. Even though they have similarities, they are actually much different. This activity can be used as an interactive science notebooking (j
Students will circle the correct response based on the characteristics of the the cell: living/nonliving, animal/plant/bacteria/virus, prokaryote/eukaryote/none. Could be used as a bell ringer/exit ticket. (2 per page)
This is a 105 slide fully editable, interactive, and really engaging PowerPoint presentation covering all academic topics regarding the Viruses and Bacteria Unit! The presentation combines great explained and detailed slides covering the theme, but also activities that incentive critical thinking an
This is a 590 slide PowerPoint presentation with built-in class notes, built-in quiz, questions and answers, activities, simulations, songs, video links, academic links, 3 page homework, answer key, lesson notes, lab direction sheet end of the lesson quiz with built-in answers, and much more. Also
These TWENTY-FOUR RESOURCES will help you deliver a fantastic and engaging lesson on cells (animal cells, plant cells and prokaryotic cells/bacteria). In this bundle, you will save over 40% OFF all of the individual resources. Below is a description of all the resources (15 of these resources also
This lesson allows students to examine the differences between antibiotics and vaccines in light of the varying modes of reproduction for viruses and bacteria. By the end of the lesson, they understand why vaccines and antibiotics are prescribed for different illnesses. To remove the "Wickline" wat
These SIXTEEN RESOURCES will help you deliver a fantastic and engaging lesson on viruses (viral structure and replication) and bacteria (prokaryotic cells). In this bundle, you will save 35% OFF of all the individual resources. Click the PREVIEW for a closer look at the items in this bundle.*******
Prokaryote Bundle This prokaryotic bacteria bundle with power point and minibook covers Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, bacteria shapes, structures, cluster type gram staining, reproduction, metabolic types, pasteurization, sterilization, and antibiotic resistance. There are also examples of specific
a quick overview of bacteria and virus as well as communicable vs non-communicable diseases final slide is an activity for students to do. flipbook on how to stay healthy
This product is designed to be an extension unit to cover bacteria and viruses, specifically as pathogens, in further depth than is traditionally required in an introductory biology course. This mini-unit is a supplement or add-on that is designed to be used at the end of the year, after the 7 core
This resource explains the mechanisms behind common illnesses like cold and flu caused by viruses. It was created to help to prevent the spread of germs and encourage students to make daily choices that can potentially minimize their chances of catching and spreading a cold, flu or other virus and b

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