Homework: These assignments are assigned on the following dates and unless noted otherwise, are DUE on the next class date.
School supplies: assignment notebook, paper, organization system (binder(s), folders...I don't care...something that works for you), ruler, calculator/phone, a colored pen for grading
- Read 35-1 and write a summary sentence for each of the teal headings (7)
- IN CLASS: The Sneeze video
- Analyzing data pgs. 1017 and 1025
- Finish research on Infectious disease project
- Read and take notes 35-2 (very WELL!!)
- IN CLASS: Fill in this page with your research
- REVIEW: try this game…it doesn’t work on macs
- Review 35-2 know what each cell does: Macrophage, Helper T cell, B cell, Plasma cell, Memory Cell, Antibody, Cytotoxic/Killer T cell
- IN CLASS: Superbug and Protecting the Herd
- EXTRA CREDIT: review website…you can summarize the “interview”, “in more detail”, “pioneers”, or play the game.
- EXTRA CREDIT: read, summarize, and comment on Vaccine article.
- Read the role given to you in class (if you were absent, choose one of these)
- Review 35-2
- IN CLASS: notes
- REVIEW: Classzone…choose WA state (interactive review), go to chapter 31 on the left, then click on Animated Biology. Do Animations 1 and 2.
- EXTRA CREDIT: Read and summarize something on this website about infectious diseases.
- Do “In Your Notebook” for section 35-2
- REVIEW: 8 GREAT video reviews:
- Role of Phagocytes in Innate or Nonspecific Immunity
- Types of immune responses: Innate and Adaptive. Humoral vs. Cell-Mediated
- B Lymphocytes
- Professional Antigen Presenting Cells and MHC II complexes
- Helper T Cells
- Cytotoxic T Cells
- Review of B cells, CD4+ T cells and CD8+ T cells
- Inflammatory Response
- Read 35-3 and 35-4; write down 2 things from each section that you learned (4 total)
- IN CLASS: open assignment
- PRINT: Hib worksheet
- Finish HIB me with your best shot questions (12. Why do Hib diseases still cause so much illness and death when a vaccine is available? 13. In what countries are Hib diseases still occurring – see website below 14. What are some of the problems with delivering vaccines to these countries? 15. Who should be responsible for global health care and disease prevention?)
- Do chapter 35 mystery (pg. 1031 only)
- Do Test Prep pg. 1033
- IN CLASS: HIB website
- IN CLASS (if you were absent) do this packet
- EXTRA CREDIT: Learn about the Dengue fever virus
- EXTRA CREDIT: Make a Quizlet based on the study guide
3/7 - IN CLASS: BBC video (if absent, please email Miss K. for a link)
2/17 – Name one way you keep from getting sick. example
2/22 – Define “infectious disease”.
2/23 – Name all the required vaccinations for school.
2/24 – Give an example of an infectious disease caused by a virus, bacteria, and protist.
2/27 – What might happen if the number of people who have been vaccinated for measles dropped to a low level in the population?
2/28 – Explain the difference between specific and nonspecific defenses.
3/1 – How would the immune system function without the Helper T cells?
3/2 – Name 2 methods actual bacteria use to evade our immune system.
3/3 - Explain how life has changed throughout history because of scientific knowledge and technical advances.