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Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
Y8 Humans 12 vaccines
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Y8 Humans 12 vaccines

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Year 8 lesson on vaccines. http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Vaccination-starter-6044901/ and http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/B2-L11-Vaccination-ppt-HT-6037286/

Year 8 lesson on vaccines. http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Vaccination-starter-6044901/ and http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/B2-L11-Vaccination-ppt-HT-6037286/

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  • 1. Vaccines
    • Learning Objectives :
    • To understand how a vaccine works (L6-7)
    • To know that there are different types of vaccines (L7)
    • To evaluate the evidence for the use of vaccines (HSW)
  • 2.
    • Discuss with the person sitting next to you:
    • Why do we have vaccinations?
    • What vaccinations have you had?
    Starter Activity Did you know? The word vaccination comes from the word vacca which is latin for cow . What have cows got to do with vaccination??!! Lets find out . . . . Moo
  • 3. Having Vaccinations
    • Most of you will have had vaccinations as a child, for potentially harmful diseases like polio, tetanus, measles, mumps and rubella.
    • Have any of you had to have extra vaccinations? e.g for travel?
  • 4. The Edward Jenner Story
    • Watch this video
  • 5. Remembering Infection
    • The first time you come into contact with a disease, your body has to work out the best way to fight it.
    • This takes time during which, you feel ill
    • Eventually, your body works out which antibodies are required and is then able to effectively attack the disease.
  • 6. Remembering Infection
    • The second time you come across the infection, your body already knows how to fight the disease
    • It can respond quickly and kill the disease
    • Sometimes, you won’t even get ill
  • 7. What are vaccines for?
    • A vaccination is a medicine which boosts a persons immunity to a disease.
  • 8. Vaccinations
    • Vaccinations trick the body into thinking it has become infected.
    • The body launches an immune response and learns how to fight the disease
    • Later, if the body is infected with the real disease, it is already able to fight it quickly.
  • 9. Side Effects
    • Any vaccine can cause side effects.
    • For the most part these are minor (for example, a sore arm or low-grade fever) and go away within a few days.
    • Give some reasons for having vaccines.
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  • 15. Vaccines
    • Learning Objectives :
    • To understand how a vaccine works (L6-7)
    • To know that there are different types of vaccines (L7)
    • To evaluate the evidence for the use of vaccines (HSW)

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