Driving Question: Can you teach others about your area of expertise?
Project Task: In a group of 2, you will research your given topic (vaccinations, antibiotics/superbugs, or epidemics/pandemics), and then present the information to your classmates.
Process: Research your chosen topic; remember to use the CRAPP test and cite all references. Your guiding questions are: What are vaccinations? How do they work in the body? How do they help us? What is an example of a vaccine you find interesting? What are antibiotics? How do they work in the body? How do they help us? What are superbugs and how are they created? What is an example of an antibiotic and a superbug? What is an epidemic? What is a pandemic? How are they similar and different? What is an example of an epidemic and/or a pandemic? Present your information to your classmates (in small groups made up of 1 pair from each learning outcome). Your presentation should be a 2 – 3 minute explanation that could include a PowerPoint, a poster, a video, etc. Self-Assess yourself by answering the attached questions and using the two core competencies we are focusing on: communicating and collaborating. Peer-Assess your classmates' presentations using the attached rubric. Hand In Checklist: Research (written document of notes with citations/bibliography) Presentation (to at least 2 other groups) Self-Assessment Peer Assessment (x2) Timeline (estimated): Research: January 28 and 30 Preparation of Presentation: February 3 & 5 Presentations: February 7