Coronavirus Collection


With the novel Wuhan coronavirus in the news every day – and becoming increasingly sensationalized – your students are likely to have questions and concerns about their own health and safety and that of their family and local community. What better place to ask those questions and investigate how the novel coronavirus works (i.e., how the it makes us sick, how it is spread, how we can protect ourselves) than the science classroom? Follow this link to find a new secondary science lesson and additional resources for translating the novel Wuhan coronavirus from a news story to a phenomenon-driven, three-dimensional lesson opportunity.

Resources in “Coronavirus” Collection

Title Resource Type File Type
Anchoring Phenomenon Routine User File Web Page
CDC Situation Summary User File Web Page
Outbreak! Cells, Pathogens, and Disease Journal Article PDF File
The Green Room: The Deadliest Infectious Diseases Journal Article PDF File
The Virus Debate Book Chapter PDF File
Viral News: Media Literacy for the 21st Century Journal Article PDF File
Why Don't Antibiotics Work Like They Used To? User File Web Page