These highly visual doodle notes will keep your Biology and Anatomy students engaged while they learn about the specialized functions of the immune system: innate (non-specific) responses and acquired responses.
Have you ever thought of your specialized immune cells as superheroes?! They are constantly fighting for you! With these interactive doodle notes, your students can learn about the superpowers of B cells and T cells within your body.
1. Innate (non-specific) Immunity:
skin, mucous membranes, chemicals, enzymes, phagocytes, neutrophils, macrophages, natural killer cells, basophils, mast cells, edema, pyrogens
2. Humoral Response:
B cells, B lymphocytes, antigens, antibodies, memory B cells, primary response, secondary response, aggluination
3. Cell Mediated Response:
Helper T cells, MHCs, memory T cells, cytokines, cytotoxic T cells, granzymes, perforins, apoptosis
*These notes include larger blank spaces, so they are perfect for customizing to your class level. Students can take their own notes on any vocabulary words you want to include!
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Included in this resource:
-1 page of Innate Immunity Doodle Notes
-1 page of Acquired Immunity: Humoral Response Doodle Notes
-1 page of Acquired Immunity: Cell-Mediated Response Doodle Notes
-A typed answer key for each page
-A photograph of a student example for each page
My Doodle Notes are formatted using gray outlines so that your students doodles and writing really *pop* on the page!
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