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Updated! This web quest bundle makes a great activity to introduce the topics of viruses, how vaccines are made, 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, Live Science, and more. - Answer Keys Included!
Updated 1/9/21: This bundle contains products that have been updated to reflect the most current information regarding new Covid-19 virus mutations, and current vaccine effectiveness against new strains.
- Structure of a typical virus
- Modern Cell Theory
- Lytic Cycle
- Lysogenic Cycle
- Immune System Response
- Helper T-Cells
- HIV Virus
- Influenza Virus
- Respiratory Sincitial Virus
- Human Parainfluenza Virus
- Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Virus
- Wuhan Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Covid-19 Vaccine Development Process
- Vaccine Rapid Response Platforms
- Moderna Nucleic Acid Vaccine Platform
- Recombinant Protein
- Messenger RNA
- Growth Medium
- Viral Vaccines
- Freeze-dried Vaccines
- Rehydration of Vaccines
- 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
- Disease Agents
- Target Antigens
- Attenuated Virus
- Primary & Secondary Response
- What is a Coronavirus No-Prep Mini-Lesson
- What is a Coronavirus No-Prep Mini-Lesson - Google Classroom Version
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