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Title: Concept Connections


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Essential Question 2
Concept Connections
Part 1
Detectives in the Classroom - Investigation 2-10
Concept Connections
2
Essential Question 2
Observational Studies
The 2x2 Table
Backpacks Back Pain
Is there an association
between the hypothesized cause
and the disease?
Whats Wrong with This Picture?
Compared to What?
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Concept Connections
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Essential Question 2
Observational Studies
The 2x2 Table
Backpacks Back Pain
Is there an association
between the hypothesized cause
and the disease?
Designs, Diagrams, and
Tables
The Journey
Which Design Is Best?
Whats Wrong with This Picture?
Epi Team Challenge
Compared to What?
Detectives in the Classroom - Investigation 2-10
Concept Connections
4
Investigation 3-8 Worksheet
Investigation 2-10 Worksheet
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Epi Teams
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Essential Question 2
Is there an association between the hypothesized
cause and the disease?
Leave Space
Write Essential Question 2 at the top of the
paper.
Detectives in the Classroom - Investigation 2-10
Concept Connections
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Connections
Association
Write the following words and phrases on index
cards
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Connections
Is there an association between the hypothesized
cause and the disease?
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Leave Space
Arrange the words and phrases to show connections.
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Connections
Is there an association between the hypothesized
cause and the disease?
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Leave Space
Draw arrows, circles, and boxes to further show
connections.
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Connections
Is there an association between
the hypothesized
cause and the disease?
Concept Map
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Leave Space
Label the connections on the arrows, circles, and
boxes.
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Connections

Leave Space
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Investigation 3-8 Worksheet
Investigation 2-10 Worksheet
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Concept Connections
Epi Assignment
Complete Concept Map.
Each Epi Team prepares a 5 minute presentation
that
Describes how the concepts depicted in their
Concept Maps connect to each other.
Meets the Presentation Rubric criteria.
Due Next Class
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Presentation Rubric
Criteria
Got It
Getting It
Will Get It Soon
Participation
Use of Epi Talk
Arrangement of Cards
Arrows, Circles, and Boxes
Labels
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To Understand
To be able to explain, interpret, and apply
something,
while showing insight from
perspective, empathy, and self-knowledge.
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Essential Question 2
Concept Connections
Part 2
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Presentation Rubric
Criteria
Got It
Getting It
Will Get It Soon
Participation
Use of Epi Talk
Arrangement of Cards
Arrows, Circles, and Boxes
Labels
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Concept Connections
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Epi Teams
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Epi Teams Presentations
Concept Map
Is there an association between
the hypothesized
cause and the disease?
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Leave Space
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Self-Assessment
Criteria
Got It
Getting It
Will Get It Soon
Participation
Use of Epi Talk
Arrangement of Cards
Arrows, Circles, and Boxes
Labels
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Enduring Understanding 1
Essential Question
How is this disease distributed and what
hypotheses might explain that distribution?
Enduring Understanding
Health-related conditions and behaviors are not
distributed uniformly in a population. Each has
a unique descriptive epidemiology that can be
discovered by identifying how it is distributed
in a population in terms of person, place, and
time. Descriptive epidemiology provides clues
for formulating hypotheses.
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Uncovering Enduring Understanding 2
Essential Question Is there an association

between the
hypothesized cause and the disease?
Enduring Understanding Causal hypotheses can be
tested by observing
exposures and diseases of people as they go about
their daily lives.
Information from these observational studies can
be used to make and compare risks and identify
associations.
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Enduring Understanding 2
Concept Map
Why are some people getting sick while others are
remaining healthy?
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Causal hypotheses can be tested by observing
exposures and diseases of people as they go about
their daily lives. Information from these
observational studies can be used to make and
compare risks and identify associations.
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Self-Assessment
Epi Assignment
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To Understand
To be able to explain, interpret, and apply
something,
while showing insight from
perspective, empathy, and self-knowledge.
Detectives in the Classroom - Investigation 2-10
Concept Connections
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