Science Sub Plan: Vaccines

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Sub Plan G: The "Moo-ving" History of Vaccines

This sub plan explores the fascinating history in making a vaccine for smallpox, courtesy of Edward Jenner and James Phipps (and a milkmaid named Sarah Nelm). An optional timeline can spread this assignment over 2 days if necessary.

This is a 5-page sub plan that really captivates your budding scientists or historians! It takes us back to inoculations of long ago, and how devastating disease once could be. Students will gain an appreciation for the medical phenomena of today. Students also love finding out how "vaccinations" got their name! This activity very simply describes how vaccinations work without going into too much detail. This pairs nicely with Sub Plan I: Achoos, Allergies, and Ouches.


Feel good knowing that your students will be well taken care of on those days that you are out- don't scramble for another sub plan! You can use this year after year!

Recommended for grades 7+
6 pages total
Answer key included (as always)

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Plan G: The Moo-ving History of Vaccines
Students learn all about the smallpox pandemic, and how Edward Jenner, James Phipps, and a milkmaid named Sarah were all heroes in coming up with a way to prevent this deadly virus. Optional timeline included for a multiple day absence.

Plan H- Generation Wireless (Radio Waves)
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Plan I- Allergies, Achoos, and Ouches
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Plan J- OMG! GMO! Genetically Modified Organism
Students read this unbiased article about the construction and use of genetically modified organisms. Students answer questions within the text, and at the end are asked more ethical questions.

❀Sub Plans F-J can be found in a mini bundle of 5 sub plans: Sub Plans Volume II (F-J):❀
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Plan K: The Culture of Cheese
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Plan L: Big Foot and the Scientific Method
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Plan M- The World's Deadliest Animal
Students explore the mosquito and vector-borne diseases. Two version are included with this sub plan: an original version that introduces students to bar graph breaks when working with a wide range of data, and a graph-free version that omits the graph and includes a couple extra analysis questions.

Plan N-Solar Power
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Plan O-Antibiotics
Students are introduced to the history and science of antibiotics, and how they are evolving to form superbugs such as MRSA.

❀Sub Plans K-O can be found in a mini bundle of 5 sub plans: Sub Plans Volume III (K-N)

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Total Pages
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Teaching Duration
50 Minutes

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Science Sub Plan: Vaccines
Science Sub Plan: Vaccines
Science Sub Plan: Vaccines
Science Sub Plan: Vaccines