Virus & Vaccines Mega Bundle (Includes COVID-19)

STEM Printables
130 Followers
Grade Levels
5th - 10th, Homeschool
Standards
Formats Included
  • Google Drive™ folder
  • Webquests
Pages
125+
$15.00
List Price:
$19.50
You Save:
$4.50
Bundle
$15.00
List Price:
$19.50
You Save:
$4.50
Bundle
Share this resource
Report this resource to TPT
STEM Printables
130 Followers
Includes Google Apps™
This bundle contains one or more resources with Google apps (e.g. docs, slides, etc.).

Products in this Bundle (6)

    showing 1-5 of 6 products

    Description

    This is the ultimate mega bundle that contains literally everything you need to teach your students all about viruses and vaccines, including COVID-19. Print & Digital versions are included so you can have students learn in a variety of learning modes:

    • Teacher Led Instruction with PPT/Google Slides while students complete fill-in notes
    • Student Focused Independent Learning via Peardeck slides
    • Engaging Simulated Virus Outbreak Case Study
    • Small Group Learning Activities
    • Large Group Learning Activities
    • Interactive Notebook Activities
    • Graphic Organizer Activities
    • Traditional Cut-n-Paste Activities
    • Engaging & Interactive WebQuests
    • CLOZE Reading Activities
    • Formative Assessments (Print & Google Form)
    • Summative Assessments (Print & Google Form)
    • Exit Tickets
    • Bell Work
    • and more...

    Topics Covered

    • Virus structure
    • Bacteriophage
    • Lytic Cycle
    • Lysogenic Cycle
    • Vaccine
    • RNA
    • Pandemic
    • Epidemic
    • What a virus is
    • How viruses mutate
    • What a virus variant is
    • How mutations can allow viruses to evade the body's immune response
    • How mutations can allow viruses to enter host cells easier
    • Examples of Coronaviruses: SARS,MERS, COVID-19
    • Symptoms of a Coronavirus infection
    • Treatment of a Coronavirus infection
    • Prevention of a Coronavirus infection
    • How a human body cell is infected by a Coronavirus
    • Structure of a typical virus
    • Modern Cell Theory
    • Bacteriophage
    • Lytic Cycle
    • Lysogenic Cycle
    • Immune System Response
    • Leukocytes
    • Helper T-Cells
    • HIV Virus
    • Influenza Virus
    • Respiratory Sincitial Virus
    • Human Parainfluenza Virus
    • Adenoviruses
    • Coronaviruses
    • Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Virus
    • Wuhan Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
    • Scientific Method
    • Epidemiologist
    • Epidemic
    • Obtaining Medical records to confirm illness symptoms
    • Mapping locations of confirmed cases
    • Establish timelines and travel histories
    • Developing Hypothesis for what is causing illnesses and how it is spreading
    • Viral or Bacterial Culture
    • Blood Cultures
    • Rapid PCR Test
    • Blood Test for Antibodies
    • Case-Definition
    • Case-Control Study
    • Longitudinal Study
    • Analytic Epidemiology
    • Odds-Ratio
    • Vaccine Rapid Response Platforms
    • Moderna Nucleic Acid Vaccine Platform
    • Antigen
    • Pathogen
    • Recombinant Protein
    • Messenger RNA
    • Growth Medium
    • Bioreactors
    • Fermenters
    • Viral Vaccines
    • Antibiotics
    • Chromatography
    • Ultrafiltration
    • Stabilizers
    • Preservatives
    • Adjuvant
    • Freeze-dried Vaccines
    • Rehydration of Vaccines

    What is a Corona Virus No-Prep Mini-Lesson

    Updated to include coronavirus mutations/variant information. This complete No-Prep mini-lesson includes everything you need to teach your students all about the Corona virus including COVID-19!

    Included in this complete No-Prep Lesson!

    • Teacher Lesson Guide
    • Interactive Notebook Vocabulary Cut and Paste Graphic Organizer
    • 10 Question MC Quiz
    • KWL Chart Activity
    • Google Slide presentation with student fill-in-the-blank notes
    • Google Slide Presentation - Peardeck Version (added 12/13/20)
    • CLOZE Reading Activity with color-coded Coronavirus Illustration
    • Optional 2nd CLOZE Reading Activity
    • Exit Ticket for a quick formative assessment
    • Answer Keys for all handouts and activities!

    Google Slide Presentation with Student Fill-in-the-Blank Notes & Answer Key

    Slide 2 - Explains what a Coronavirus is

    Slide 3 - Explains the typical Coronavirus Structure

    Slide 4 - Explains the life cycle of a Coronavirus

    Slide 5 - Explains how viruses mutate and can evade antibodies/enter cells easier

    Slide 6 - Explains the common symptoms of a Coronavirus infection

    Slide 7 - Explains how the typical Coronavirus is spread

    Slide 8 - Explains how to protect yourself from a Coronavirus infection

    Slide 9 - Explains how to treat a Coronavirus infection

    Topics Covered

    Virus structure

    Bacteriophage

    Lytic Cycle

    Lysogenic Cycle

    Vaccine

    RNA

    Pandemic

    Epidemic

    What a virus is

    How viruses mutate

    What a virus variant is

    How mutations can allow viruses to evade the body's immune response

    How mutations can allow viruses to enter host cells easier

    Examples of Coronaviruses: SARS,MERS, COVID-19

    Symptoms of a Coronavirus infection

    Treatment of a Coronavirus infection

    Prevention of a Coronavirus infection

    How a human body cell is infected by a Coronavirus

    Includes Google Classroom version: included in your purchase are Google Doc & Google Slide versions of all of the above handouts, a google form CLOZE Reading Quiz, a google form Exit Ticket, and a google form 10 Question MC Quiz! All 3 of these assessments are auto-grading so you can import grades with the click of a mouse!

    Mystery Virus Epidemiology Case Study

    This highly engaging online simulation asks students to take on the role of a Public Health Director to determine the cause of a recent mystery deadly virus epidemic outbreak at a local High School and Senior Center.

    In their role as Public Health Director, students are guided by an expert epidemiologist through the entire case study simulation which consists of:

    • Studying medical reports and determining which ones to follow-up on
    • Collecting information and identifying patterns of infection from patients
    • Using the Scientific Method, develop & test a hypothesis to explain the outbreak.
    • Evaluate epidemiological testing to determine what pathogen is causing the disease.
    • Use epidemiology methods to determine the source and how the pathogen spreads.
    • Make a recommendation on which patients should be isolated and quarantined.

    Distance Learning: This simulation case study is appropriate for independent student work and should require minimal or no additional instructions from the teacher, The online simulation takes the student thru the entire process, step-by-step, with clear and concise directions from a virtual "expert epidemiologist".

    Topics Covered

    Scientific Method

    Epidemiologist

    Epidemic

    Obtaining Medical records to confirm illness symptoms

    Mapping locations of confirmed cases

    Establish timelines and travel histories

    Developing Hypothesis for what is causing illnesses and how it is spreading

    Viral or Bacterial Culture

    Blood Cultures

    Rapid PCR Test

    Blood Test for Antibodies

    Case-Definition

    Case-Control Study

    Longitudinal Study

    Analytic Epidemiology

    Odds-Ratio

    All About mRNA Vaccines WebQuest

    This web quest takes students on a fascinating journey to discover how mRNA Vaccines are made in months instead of years, and how they stimulate an immune system response to protect against sickness and infection.

    This product includes a PDF version and a digital Google Slide Version that can be assigned individually, as a small or whole group activity or as an emergency substitute activity.

    Topics Covered

    What is the job of a vaccine?

    What are the 4 types of vaccines?

    Measles Vaccine Production Process

    What is the job of RNA?

    What is DNA?

    What is mRNA?

    How do mRNA Vaccines produce an immune response?

    mRNA Vaccine Development Process

    mRNA Vaccine Safety

    Genetic Sequencing of Viral RNA

    Antigen

    Pathogen

    Adjuvants

    Lipid Nanoparticles

    Endocytosis

    History of mRNA Vaccine Research

    Potential Future Uses of mRNA Vaccines

    How Vaccines are Made WebQuest

    This highly engaging WebQuest takes students on a virtual journey to see first-hand how traditional vaccines and Rapid Response Platform (covid-19) vaccines are made. Each step in the process of making a vaccine is shown in a series of detailed and engaging animations. This activity can be done whole group or as independent work.

    Distance Learning: This activity can be assigned to students via Google Classroom or other digital learning platform, a PDF file can be emailed to student, or a hard copy can be printed and given to students.

    The entire process of making a traditional vaccine is covered from antigen production, release and isolation of the antigen, antigen purification, adjuvant addition, and finally packaging and distribution.

    Covid-19 Vaccine Development Process - as of 4/8/20 there are 115 vaccine candidates in various stages of development. There are a wide range of platforms being used to develop vaccines including traditional methods and Rapid Response Platforms such as Moderna's Nucleic Acid Vaccine Platform which has been able to start clinical trials of a m-rna based vaccine in just 63 days instead of the six to ten years it takes for a traditional vaccine.

    Topics Covered

    Covid-19 Vaccine Development Process

    Vaccine Rapid Response Platforms

    Moderna Nucleic Acid Vaccine Platform

    Antigen

    Pathogen

    Recombinant Protein

    Messenger RNA

    Growth Medium

    Bioreactors

    Fermenters

    Viral Vaccines

    Antibiotics

    Chromatography

    Ultrafiltration

    Stabilizers

    Preservatives

    Adjuvant

    Freeze-dried Vaccines

    Rehydration of Vaccines

    How Vaccines Work WebQuest

    Highly engaging web quest takes students on a step-by-step journey through the immune system to discover how vaccines work. This web quest illustrates with engaging and colorful animations how 1) vaccines generate an immune system response to protect the body against infection 2) the immune system protects the body when a pathogen infects the human body.

    After completing the web quest students can complete an online immune system response review activity. Both paper and google form quizzes are included!

    Editable word, PDF, and digital versions included!

    Topics Covered

    • Antibodies
    • Antigens
    • Antigen Presenting Cells
    • Active Killer T Cell
    • Memory Killer T Cell
    • Memory B Cell
    • Memory T Helper Cell
    • Naive B Cell
    • Naive Killer T Cell
    • Plasma B Cell
    • Vaccine Antigen
    • T Helper Cell
    • Pathogens
    • Vaccination
    • Disease Agents
    • Target Antigens
    • Attenuated Virus
    • Primary & Secondary Response

    All About Viruses WebQuest

    This webquest makes a great activity to introduce the topics of viruses and the body's immune response. It also is perfect for an emergency sub lesson! I've included a variety of engaging video and website resources from: Ask a Biologist, Cells Alive, Amoeba Sisters, CDC, and Live Science. - Answer Key Included!

    This web quest consists of 4 pages. Students will enjoy watching engaging videos, using an interactive microscope simulation, and informative websites.

    Topics Included

    • Structure of a typical virus
    • Modern Cell Theory
    • Bacteriophage
    • Lytic Cycle
    • Lysogenic Cycle
    • Immune System Response
    • Leukocytes
    • Helper T-Cells
    • HIV Virus
    • Influenza Virus
    • Respiratory Sincitial Virus
    • Human Parainfluenza Virus
    • Adenoviruses
    • Coronaviruses
    • Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Virus
    • Wuhan Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    Tips for Customers

    • Click the Green ★ to follow our store and get notifications of freebies and new products!
    • Leave feedback to receive TpT credit for use on future purchases.
    • Questions? Please contact us in the Product Q&A Section.

    Terms of Use

    All rights reserved by STEM Printables

    This product is intended for use by the original purchaser only.

    Sharing this product with others, distributing via any means, or posting online is strictly prohibited.

    Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license.

    Total Pages
    125+
    Answer Key
    Included
    Teaching Duration
    N/A
    Report this resource to TPT
    Reported resources will be reviewed by our team. Report this resource to let us know if this resource violates TPT’s content guidelines.

    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    NGSSMS-LS1-5
    Construct a scientific explanation based on evidence for how environmental and genetic factors influence the growth of organisms. Examples of local environmental conditions could include availability of food, light, space, and water. Examples of genetic factors could include large breed cattle and species of grass affecting growth of organisms. Examples of evidence could include drought decreasing plant growth, fertilizer increasing plant growth, different varieties of plant seeds growing at different rates in different conditions, and fish growing larger in large ponds than they do in small ponds. Assessment does not include genetic mechanisms, gene regulation, or biochemical processes.
    NGSSMS-LS1-2
    Develop and use a model to describe the function of a cell as a whole and ways the parts of cells contribute to the function. Emphasis is on the cell functioning as a whole system and the primary role of identified parts of the cell, specifically the nucleus, chloroplasts, mitochondria, cell membrane, and cell wall. Assessment of organelle structure/function relationships is limited to the cell wall and cell membrane. Assessment of the function of the other organelles is limited to their relationship to the whole cell. Assessment does not include the biochemical function of cells or cell parts.
    NGSSMS-LS1-3
    Use argument supported by evidence for how the body is a system of interacting subsystems composed of groups of cells. Emphasis is on the conceptual understanding that cells form tissues and tissues form organs specialized for particular body functions. Examples could include the interaction of subsystems within a system and the normal functioning of those systems. Assessment does not include the mechanism of one body system independent of others. Assessment is limited to the circulatory, excretory, digestive, respiratory, muscular, and nervous systems.
    NGSSMS-LS1-1
    Conduct an investigation to provide evidence that living things are made of cells; either one cell or many different numbers and types of cells. Emphasis is on developing evidence that living things are made of cells, distinguishing between living and non-living cells, and understanding that living things may be made of one cell or many and varied cells.
    NGSSMS-LS1-4
    Use argument based on empirical evidence and scientific reasoning to support an explanation for how characteristic animal behaviors and specialized plant structures affect the probability of successful reproduction of animals and plants respectively. Examples of behaviors that affect the probability of animal reproduction could include nest building to protect young from cold, herding of animals to protect young from predators, and vocalization of animals and colorful plumage to attract mates for breeding. Examples of animal behaviors that affect the probability of plant reproduction could include transferring pollen or seeds, and creating conditions for seed germination and growth. Examples of plant structures could include bright flowers attracting butterflies that transfer pollen, flower nectar and odors that attract insects that transfer pollen, and hard shells on nuts that squirrels bury.

    Reviews

    Questions & Answers

    130 Followers
    TPT

    TPT empowers educators to teach at their best.

    More About Us

    Keep in Touch!

    Sign Up