Swine Influenza<br />2009 World’s Pandemic<br />
Swine Flu Intro<br />Swine Flu is 2009’s new pandemic of the world. It is not a pandemic because it is too severe, but bec...
Swine flu A<br />As explained before, Swine flu A has genes from birds, pigs and humans. That  is why birds, pigs and huma...
Swine flu C<br />Swine flu C only infects humans and pigs, not birds. Swine flu isn’t as bad as Swine flu A but there was ...
Swine flu 1998<br />Were we warned? Were there traces of the same Swine flu in 1998? Scientists have found that we were wa...
Cure for Swine flu<br />Swine flu cures have been found . The medical society still do not hand this drugs out until a per...
Recount from an old person (61)<br />I was in bed when my grandson was coughing very badly. He said he had a headache. I t...
Recount from adult (37)<br />A new pandemic? Sure. Swine flu wouldn’t reach Australia! I thought of nothing when it was on...
Recount of child (3)<br />What was all this about? I stayed with Granny because my mum and dad went somewhere else. I went...
Map of Swine flu location<br />
Swine flu<br />80–120 nanometres<br />Swine flu germ<br />
How Swine flu spreads…<br />
Swine flu action plan<br />If someone in your house is sick and have the symptoms of Swine flu, call the doctor first befo...
Venn diagram Planning<br />Differences<br />1998 Swine flu<br />2009 Swine flu<br /> - Swine flu was a big outbreak<br /> ...
Timeline planning<br />Put all info in powerpoint<br />Gather bibliography<br />Write fake witness’ stories<br />Researchd...
Section Plannings<br />Writing witness’ recounts.<br />Researching about the 1998 Swine flu.<br />Researching about Swine ...
Model planning<br />masks<br />people<br />School<br />ground<br />
bibliography<br />http://www.mcclatchydc.com/256/story/67371.html<br />http://www.who.int/csr/don/2009_06_24/en/index.html...
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  1. 1. Swine Influenza<br />2009 World’s Pandemic<br />
  2. 2. Swine Flu Intro<br />Swine Flu is 2009’s new pandemic of the world. It is not a pandemic because it is too severe, but because it can spread very fast from one person to another. There are two types of Swine flu. Swine flu A and C. Swine flu used to be very rare amongst people because only pigs used to get it but the new Swine flu C infects pigs and human. A worse fact is that Swine flu A infects birds, pigs and humans because they contain genes from all three beings.<br />
  3. 3. Swine flu A<br />As explained before, Swine flu A has genes from birds, pigs and humans. That is why birds, pigs and humans get Swine flu. Swine flu was preventable because Swine flu was active in 1998.<br />
  4. 4. Swine flu C<br />Swine flu C only infects humans and pigs, not birds. Swine flu isn’t as bad as Swine flu A but there was a small outbreak amongst the Japanese and Canadian children. No matter how severe, this cannot cause a pandemic between people.<br />
  5. 5. Swine flu 1998<br />Were we warned? Were there traces of the same Swine flu in 1998? Scientists have found that we were warned at 1998 when there was traces of future pandemic. This could have been the same Swine flu in 1998. Which means that we could have prepared for this pandemic this year by making antibiotics or medicine for this. It might just be that the people who have to care of diseases just didn’t take this Swine flu so seriously. <br />
  6. 6. Cure for Swine flu<br />Swine flu cures have been found . The medical society still do not hand this drugs out until a person is totally infected. This drug is called tamiflu (oseltamivir) andRelenza (zanamivir). We also need to take vitamins and natural antimicrobial agent food supplements to boost our immune system to prevent this flu. Scientists have piled lots of Swine flu drugs but do not know how much will fully cure Swine flu.<br />
  7. 7. Recount from an old person (61)<br />I was in bed when my grandson was coughing very badly. He said he had a headache. I thought it was a bad cold and went back to sleep. I didn’t know it was the start of a big pandemic. I woke up the next morning and saw my grandson was fine. Yes he was not sick so I thought it was good. Well, he went to school and came back normally. When he came back he had fever. He said it was because he ran around like usual and shook hands with everybody. I never thought it would turn into a bad flu. The next day, my grandson was very very sick. He had a sore throat and fever. I never knew it was the Swine flu until we went to Quarantine. Everyone had Swine flu. It was because my grandson had interacted with everyone. This was bad. It had become a Pandemic. A few days later my grandson was dead. His parents were dead to. Even I had the Swine flu. I was in Quarantine. My estimated life was a day. Today was practically my last day alive…<br />
  8. 8. Recount from adult (37)<br />A new pandemic? Sure. Swine flu wouldn’t reach Australia! I thought of nothing when it was on news last night. Today, I didn’t feel well. I had to go a long way away because of work. We went to New Zealand. People didn’t have much Swine flu in New Zealand either. So I got to work quickly to get back home. I got home with a bad cough. I had a bad headache too. I went back home and slept thinking of nothing. The next day I went to the doctor. He said I had Swine flu. I couldn’t believe it. I had to go home and stay home. I felt really sick. I thought I would die. The next day, I felt better. But I had to stay for one week at home. But I was sure to survive the Swine flu! Now I am immune!<br />
  9. 9. Recount of child (3)<br />What was all this about? I stayed with Granny because my mum and dad went somewhere else. I went outside to play but granny called me back. I had to stay home for one week. I didn’t even go to kindergarden! Every time I sneezed or coughed, granny woud put something on my hands called hand sanitiser. I heard the other day that mum and dad was sick. I cryed that day because I was sed but a week later mum and dad came back. I was happy. I was told that there was a flu called the Swine flu. That was wy granny kept me back from going outside! Luckily I can go back to kindergarden!<br />(There are some spelling mistakes)<br />
  10. 10. Map of Swine flu location<br />
  11. 11. Swine flu<br />80–120 nanometres<br />Swine flu germ<br />
  12. 12. How Swine flu spreads…<br />
  13. 13. Swine flu action plan<br />If someone in your house is sick and have the symptoms of Swine flu, call the doctor first before going to the hospital. Doctors have to get ready for a infected patient.<br />If the person is a child, make him/her stay home for one week at least and contact the doctor.<br />Do not make too much contact with the sick person.<br />
  14. 14. Venn diagram Planning<br />Differences<br />1998 Swine flu<br />2009 Swine flu<br /> - Swine flu was a big outbreak<br /> - Wasn’t prepared<br /> - Severe sickness and even death<br />
  15. 15. Timeline planning<br />Put all info in powerpoint<br />Gather bibliography<br />Write fake witness’ stories<br />Researchdrugs for Swine flu<br />ResearchSwine Flu<br />Write plannings<br />
  16. 16. Section Plannings<br />Writing witness’ recounts.<br />Researching about the 1998 Swine flu.<br />Researching about Swine Influenza A and C.<br />Gathering bibliography websites.<br />Researching about Swine flu cure.<br />Write Plannings.<br />Making a Swine flu Scene model.<br />Finding out the deaths and sicknesses in other countries.<br />Writing an action plan for Swine flu.<br />
  17. 17. Model planning<br />masks<br />people<br />School<br />ground<br />
  18. 18. bibliography<br />http://www.mcclatchydc.com/256/story/67371.html<br />http://www.who.int/csr/don/2009_06_24/en/index.html<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swine_influenza<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_flu_pandemic<br />http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5inZBcRtpahUPOGYGDRhibc0U64ew<br />http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,21985,25686106-2862,00.html<br />http://tvnz.co.nz/health-news/swine-flu-signs-and-symptoms-2790672<br />http://www.webmd.com/cold-and-flu/flu-guide/20061101/swine-flu-faq<br />http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090427165204AA1kdL1<br />http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_is_swine_flu_treated<br />http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/27925002/was_the_swine_flu_epidemic_inevitable/1<br />

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