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Disease Outbreak

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erika steinger

on 27 November 2013

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Transcript of Disease Outbreak

Disease Outbreak
Nurse's report
On Tuesday, November 13, students first exhibited high fevers, sore throats, body aches, and vomiting. By Wednesday, some developed pneumonia and had trouble breathing. On Thursday, one in five students stayed home or was sent home sick. By Friday, two in five students were absent or sent home due to this illness.
Danger!
What does the nurse's report tell us about the danger posed by the epidemic?
Responding to the epidemic
How should the school respond to the epidemic?
How should the school respond?
The school should
outbreak
Lesson EQ: How should we deal with a disease outbreak?
Unit EQ: Why are killer plagues such a threat?
Do Now:
In what circumstances might there be a blackout or a power outage?
What impact would a power outage have on a city?
How can you prepare for the impact of a blackout?
The report states that
Underline two pieces of information in the report that indicate the seriousness of the epidemic. Summarize the report and complete the frame:
Evaluate Evidence
Rank the seriousness of the epidemic.
I would rate the dangerous of the epidemic a
because .
Goals
Recommendations
I think this because
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