This is the ultimate mega bundle that contains literally everything you need to teach your students all about viruses and vaccines, including COVID-19. Print & Digital versions are included so you can have students learn in a variety of learning modes:
Teacher Led Instruction with PPT/Google Slides while students complete fill-in notes
Student Focused Independent Learning via Peardeck slides
Engaging Simulated Virus Outbreak Case Study
Small Group Learning Activities
Large Group Learning Activities
Interactive Notebook Activities
Graphic Organizer Activities
Traditional Cut-n-Paste Activities
Engaging & Interactive WebQuests
CLOZE Reading Activities
Formative Assessments (Print & Google Form)
Summative Assessments (Print & Google Form)
What a virus is
How viruses mutate
What a virus variant is
How mutations can allow viruses to evade the body’s immune response
How mutations can allow viruses to enter host cells easier
Examples of Coronaviruses: SARS,MERS, COVID-19
Symptoms of a Coronavirus infection
Treatment of a Coronavirus infection
Prevention of a Coronavirus infection
How a human body cell is infected by a Coronavirus
Structure of a typical virus
Modern Cell Theory
Immune System Response
Respiratory Sincitial Virus
Human Parainfluenza Virus
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Virus
Wuhan Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Obtaining Medical records to confirm illness symptoms
Mapping locations of confirmed cases
Establish timelines and travel histories
Developing Hypothesis for what is causing illnesses and how it is spreading
This web quest takes students on a fascinating journey to discover how mRNA Vaccines are made in months instead of years, and how they stimulate an immune system response to protect against sickness and infection.
This product includes a PDF version and a digital Google Slide Version that can be assigned individually, as a small or whole group activity or as an emergency substitute activity.
NASA’s Artemis Program will send astronauts to the moon to explore, build a moon base, and prepare for travel to Mars. This web quest takes students on a journey to explore and learn about NASA’s Artemis Program, the Space Launch System(SLS) Rocket, the new Orion Crew Capsule, the Gateway Lunar Orbiting Station, the planned Artemis Moon Base, and more.
Space Launch System (SLS): Students will take a tour of the world’s most powerful rocket and learn about each of the rockets components. Students will also be taken on a journey from launch, docking with the lunar Gateway station, lunar landing & takeoff, and eventual splashdown back on Earth.
Orion Crew Spacecraft: Students will learn about NASA’s newest space capsule.
Gateway Lunar Orbiting Station: Students will be introduced to Gateway, a space station that will orbit the moon and allow multiple missions to explore the moon at the same time and is key to building the Artemis Moon Base.
Artemis Moon Base: Students will learn about NASA’s planned lunar base. The Artemis Moon Base will allow NASA to practice skills and discover what is necessary before venturing on to Mars.
There are 3 Tasks in this web quest specifically designed to give students a thorough understanding of the above topics. This web quest can be assigned as an independent learning project, a small group cooperative learning project, or can be completed as a whole group activity!
This web quest bundle makes a great activity to introduce the topics of viruses, how vaccines are made, and the body’s immune response. It also is perfect for an emergency sub lesson! I’ve included a variety of engaging video and website resources from: Ask a Biologist, Cells Alive, Amoeba Sisters, CDC, Live Science, and more. – Answer Keys Included!
This webquest makes a great activity to introduce the topics of viruses and the body’s immune response. It also is perfect for an emergency sub lesson! I’ve included a variety of engaging video and website resources from: Ask a Biologist, Cells Alive, Amoeba Sisters, CDC, and Live Science. – Answer Key Included!
This web quest consists of 4 pages. Students will enjoy watching engaging videos, using an interactive microscope simulation, and informative websites.