Three internet sites that pertain to
your subject in a useful manner
A written lesson plan. Your lesson
A visual aid in your lesson (such
as a webpage, powerpoint, poster, overhead, etc.) that includes:
A description of the pattern of infection
(how the disease travels)
A description of the symptoms
A historical case study of the disease
Historical impact of the case study
Present-day preventative and/or curative
A written assessment of your classmates'
learning (such as a quiz, worksheet, or activity) that includes
no fewer than 10 questions. The questions from this activity will be used
in a quiz on the material
A graded copy of all of your classmates'
activities (from above) and an answer key/grading scale.
An illustration of the virus or bacteria
responsible for the disease
An Excel chart/graph illustrating statistics
about your case study
Beyond that, you are on your own. Each
individual will be graded on their research, contributions to the lesson,
and participation in the other groups' lessons. You are welcome, of course
to use your textbooks as a resource during your lesson.