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GCSE Core ScienceHuman Biology Key Words VACCINE, IMMUNE.

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1 GCSE Core ScienceHuman Biology Key Words VACCINE, IMMUNE

2 GCSE Core ScienceHuman Biology STARTER Bacteria in the blood make unique …………… on their surfaces called ……………. ………………… are made by which recognise them as different. They then bind to the ………………… on the surface of the bacteria. Some white cells make to attack the …………………. This destroys the …………………. Your white blood cells remember the right ………………… needed to tackle a particular …………………. If you meet that ………………… again, they can make the same ………………… very quickly. So you become ……………… to that disease. PROTEINS ANTIGENS ANTIBODIESWHITEBLOOD CELLS ANTIGENS ANTITOXINS BACTERIAL TOXINS BACTERIA ANTIBODY ANTIGEN BACTERIAANTIBODY IMMUNE

3 GCSE Core ScienceHuman Biology Objectives By the end of the lesson I will: Know the difference types of immunity Know that you can be immunised against getting a disease Know that a vaccine is made from dead or inactive forms of the pathogen and is given to persons so that they may develop immunity Be able to give specific immune examples

4 GCSE Core ScienceHuman Biology Dead or inactive forms of an organism can be made into a vaccine, which can be injected into the body. The white blood cells react by producing antibodies. This makes the person immune and prevents further infection, as the body responds quickly by producing more antibodies. There is an argument over whether some vaccines are completely safe for example the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella. Task 1

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6 GCSE Core ScienceHuman Biology This is how vaccines protect you against dangerous infectious diseases Task 2

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10 GCSE Core ScienceHuman Biology Task 2 List the advantages and disadvantages of giving your child the MMR vaccine. Use PEE to write a paragraph explaining which side of the argument you belong and explain why providing evidence

11 GCSE Core ScienceHuman Biology Objectives By the end of the lesson I will: Know the difference types of immunity Know that you can be immunised against getting a disease Know that a vaccine is made from dead or inactive forms of the pathogen and is given to persons so that they may develop immunity Be able to give specific immune examples

12 GCSE Core ScienceHuman Biology Extension task Use page 69 to answer this A* question What problems do mutations cause in hospitals 5 marks


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