Science & Nature
Learn about the 10 worst diseases caused by bacteria
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We're going to earn about 10 different bacterial diseases starting with The Black Death Plague and ending with Anthrax. We will talk about how bacteria are transmitted, the disease they cause, how it's treated or prevented and some of the interesting history and science. This class is meant as a broad survey so we'll spend three or four minutes on each bacteria. We'll see some pictures of the bacteria and some of the infections and then we'll talk about some of the science. The lesson will...
Students will learn about... how bacteria cause disease How we can prevent bacterial infections History and stigma attached to some of the infections Some of the ways doctors and scientists have tackled some the worst epidemics and epidemics they're still working on
I'm have a Masters degree for molecular biology from Tulane University. I worked as a virologist for four years. I've been teaching science for the last 5 years
1 file available upon enrollmentI'll provide a completely optional guided note handout
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
There are two or three images that show rashes and lesions on backs, arms, and neck. I don't think they'll cause a problem but very sensitive children might find them uncomfortable.
David NielsenTeaching Science Forever
101 total reviews
91 completed classes
I've been a science teacher for the last 5 years. I've taught both middle school and high school science, chemistry, biology, and physics. I thought it'd be fun to teach on Outschool because it would allow me to be more flexible with how I teach...