SummaryFor the past two week we have been learning about viruses and things that make us sick. We have studied and investigated many ways to protect ourselves and our families.
Many students also did an excellent job writing about viruses in public service announcements.
Today we will learn about pathogens.
Infectious diseases are caused by bacteria, fungi, protozoa, or viruses that can travel from one person to another. Infectious diseases can be spread by a vector, an organism that carries pathogens from one person or animal to another.
1. Read the article before answering the questions.
2. Watch the Video then complete all questions and that does include the review questions.
Click on the URL for Article and Video for today.
TURN IN ON A SEPERATE GOOGLE DOCUMENT IN GOOGLE CLASS BY THE END OF THE DAY.
Caltech & John Hopkins
Wednesday 4.22: Login to StemScopes and complete the Stemscopedia assignment on thermal energy transfer due Thursday 9am
Rice & Brandeis
Wednesday 4.22: Read the introduction to ecology review article. Use the information read in the article to answer the intro to ecology review questions. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO LOGIN TO KHAN ACADEMY WITH YOUR USERNAME AND PASSWORD AND GO TO THE ASSIGNMENTS PAGE TO COMPLETE THIS ACTIVITY due Thursday 9am.