EBWR - Antibiotic Resistance: A New Threat to Global Health

Unit 5: Basic Tools of the Biotechnology Workplace
Lesson 10 of 12

Objective: Students will analyze the data collected from a Kirby-Bauer assay in order to develop multiple hypotheses based on the assay results and diagnose antibiotic susceptibility in a mock patient.

Big Idea: Pose reasonable, testable hypotheses in order to make logical predictions and draw conclusions about the global impact of antibiotic resistance.

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Science, posing hypotheses, antibiotic resistance, College and Career Readiness
  70 minutes
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