Flu Tracking (Part 1/3)

Unit 2: Viruses
Lesson 7 of 11

Objective: Students will analyze past and present influenza data to determine how epidemiologists evaluate a spread of the disease.

Big Idea: Will it be a bad flu season this year? Use actual data to track the spread of the true flu.

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Subject(s):
Science, Biology / Life Science, Genetics, models / tables / graphs (rates of change), viruses
  46 minutes
h1n1 influenza
 
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