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This activity is suitable for a secondary Science or PSHE lessons exploring the spread of disease including STI's. It is a simple but very effective lesson to do and you don't need to be a science teacher or have a specialist science classroom (so long as you follow school and H&S protocols) to deliver it. Students will see how far a disease spreads within the classroom and look at ways of reducing its spread. Particularly effective lesson when looking at HIV for World AIDS day.
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ponylaura

2 years ago
5

cam1982

8 years ago
5

Looks good...I'm going to try it with my YR8 form group as part of PSHE after half term....thank you!

tuckebev

9 years ago
5

Great resource and I can't wait to do this with my Year 10's

alessio

9 years ago
5

This is a brilliant simulation. Really hands-on and very well explained and supported by the lesson plan. A great way to raise awareness of how HIV can spread in communities. Thanks for sharing!

QueenOfTheLab

10 years ago
5

Will be a great short starter activity for A-level students doing transmission of infectious diseases and HIV.

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