Attack of the Superbugs!

Unit 3: Bacteria
Lesson 3 of 4

Objective: Using antibiotics resistance as a model, the student will explain how living things adapt for optimum survival through natural selection.

Big Idea: Do you really need to finish all the antibiotics that your doctor prescribes? Find out today.

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Biology / Life Science, Science, Evolution, natural selection (Evolution), Data Use and Analysis, cause and effect, bacteria, Constructing Explanation and Designing Solutions, Analyzing and interpreting data
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