Antibiotic Lab Investigation (Day 3 of 3)

Unit 1: 1) Intro to Science ("Investigations by Design")
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: Students will learn the basic details regarding the background history of antibiotics, the nature of bacterial organisms, and explore the phenomenon of antibacterial/antimicrobial resistance in a hands-on manner.

Big Idea: Bacterial infections, the use of antibiotics, and their increasing resistance to many antibiotics is a growing and widespread issue for medical science. Students will investigate this issue in a hands-on lab.

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Science, Scientific Method (Science Skills), LS1, cause and effect, asking questions, investigation, Data Analysis & Interpretation, Engaging in Argument, Communicating Information, habits of mind, Science Practices, numerical data
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