Describes barriers that keep most pathogens out of the human body.
Lesson plan includes an introduction, exploration (activities take you to an interactive website, and readings), creating a comic strip, All necessary materials are provided as links in blue.
Web address opens to a .pdf document. This lesson plan has seven various activities. "The unitâs introductory lab âWhatâs Living in My Mouthâ will raise student awareness of the positive and negative benefits of the numerous bacteria that call our surroundings home and inhabit our own body." - Baier & Schug
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Barriers to Pathogens.
To stimulate the critical thinking skills required to assess the validity of statements about the key concept using an Agree/Disagree Table.
To use problem-solving skills and deepen understanding of the text to compare key vocabulary words with more familiar everyday words using Word Analogies.
Covers microbial ecology and how bacteria develop resistance to environmental challenges.
Discover how animals, including humans, live in symbiosis with bacteria, and how important they are for an animals health.
This study guide looks at the immune system. It reviews the three lines of defense, lymphatic system, humoral immune response, cell-mediated response, and immunity.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Barriers to Pathogens.