HOT ZONE PART 1 - STUDY GUIDE QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED (15):
"Something in the Forest" - #18 & 34
"Jumper" - #8
"Diagnosis" - #9, 11, 21, & 23
"Project Ebola" - #4 & 24
"Total Immersion" - #12
"Ebola River" - #7, 24, 36, & 37
"Going Deep" - #12

HOT ZONE PART 2 - STUDY GUIDE QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED (10):
"Reston" - #3 & 4
"Exposure" - #34
"Thanksgiving" - #46
"The First Angel" - #66
"The Second Angel" - #84
"Chain of Comand" - #100
"Garbage Bags" - #120 & 123
"Mission" - #155

TOPIC
POWERPOINT
HANDOUTS
Bacteria


Viruses



Microbiology News Flash! In Publisher create a news letter (2-page spread) about a disease of your choice. Include the following in your news letter:

  • General Background Information - is it caused by a bacterium or a virus?
  • How does a person contract this diseases?
  • What are the symptoms of the disease?
  • Is there a cure or a vaccine? What other ways can you prevent getting the disease?
  • What is a person's chances of survival if they have contracted the disease?
  • How does a doctor diagnose the disease? Will blood be drawn or other tests conducted?
  • How long will the patient remain sick? Is there a treatment to ease symptoms?
  • Interesting Facts
  • Images


Useful Websites
Center for Disease Control
http://www.cdc.gov/National Foundation for Infectious Diseases
http://www.nfid.org/Communicable Disease and Immunization Index
http://www.metrokc.gov/health/prevcont/Infectious Facts
http://www.astdhpphe.org/infect/World Health Organization (W.H.O)
http://www.who.int


Leprosy (aka Hansen’s Disease)
Black Plague (aka Plague or Bubonic Plague)
AIDS
Typhoid Fever
Ebola
Mad Cow Disease (in humans)
Hepatitis
Malaria
Influenza (flu)
Tetanus
Measles
Small Pox
Rabies
Diphtheria
Hantavirus
Tuberculosis
Polio
African Sleeping Sickness
Gangrene (infection)
Whooping Cough
Cholera
Yellow Fever
Flesh eating Bacteria
West Nile Virus
Lyme Disease
SARS
Anthrax
Mumps
Meningitis (bacterial or viral)