HIV and AIDS are not the same thing, but the virus can lead to the disease. Learn how in this video.
Over the past 15 years, the number of people who die of AIDS each year in the United States has dropped by 70 percent. But AIDS remains a serious public health crisis among low-income African-Americans. QUEST meets two Bay Area research groups studying innovative approaches that could lead to new treatments and possibly a cure.
Lesson includes a list of materials, procedures in how to lead a discussion in the origin of AIDS and facts, how are AIDS transmitted and prevention, group research, and discussion questions. A transformative piece to have students make a AIDS awareness campaign.
Lesson includes a list of materials, procedures in how to lead a discussion about AIDS and HIV and the difference between the two, group research, and discussion questions. A transformative piece to have students make a AIDS awareness campaign. A three point rubric is described with two extension activities and suggested readings.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for HIV and AIDS.
To describe images using words using the Visual Literacy strategy.
To emphasize students’ understanding of key words and practice applying the definitions of the vocabulary words to examples and drawings using the Frayer Model.
Covers new work with DNA looking at control of DNA expression and the inheritance of acquired characteristics. It also addresses the bigger issue of how scientific theories change as new knowledge is acquired.
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This study guide reviews allergies, autoimmune disease, and immunodeficiency (HIV and AIDS).
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from HIV and AIDS.