BE sure you have completed the chapter 18 review (textbook pages 404 and 405), multiple choice and concept mastery questions.
Complete the case study on vaccines and autism (block 2-1 only).
Be sure all article summaries have been submitted (see earlier blog post for assignment details). The articles include:
Explainer: What is a vaccine?
Vaccines help everyone — even the unvaccinated
Why some people think they know more than vaccine experts
By the numbers: How infectious measles and other diseases spread
Measles can harm a child’s defense against other serious infections
Explainer: What is autism?
Scientists Say: Microbiome
Belly bacteria can shape mood and behavior
Bacteria are all around us — and that’s okay
Complete the protist web/immune system handout.
Complete the protist package/handout (colouring, labelling and answering questions is required for full marks). For blocks 1-2 and 1-3, protist postcard is due on Monday, 20 January (extended from 16 January). Protist package is due Wednesday, 22 January.
For Block 2-1, protist postcard and protist package are due 27 January 2020.
Protist video, in case you wish to watch it again, is here.
Complete the energy transformation handouts (2) using workbook pages 106-107.
Read and complete the Static Charge handout and questions.
Begin reading chapter 18 in test (Protists).
Protist postcard project – Research a protistan species to feature on a postcard. Include the information listed below (based on the chart handed out in class, but also found through online research):
Protist postcard information
Due Thursday – we will have time in class on Tuesday to work on it.
Complete pages 112 – 115 in workbook. Finish the energy transformations handout (circle and explain the energy transformation).
Complete pages 108 – 111 in workbook.
Recent video on Archaea and Bacteria is here.
Assigned video on the science of vaccine resistance is here. It goes along with the handout here.
Article summaries should:
- explain thesis/big idea of the article
- include main/important points
- be kept short
- be informative
- be thorough (don’t leave out any important stuff)
- assume the reader hasn’t read the article you are summarizing
Review/re-read the textbook and workbook sections on immune system (chapter 17 and unit E, respectively).