Students will analyze a graph from the Science News article "Parkinson's pathways."
Students will use resources beyond the article to answer more detailed questions on neuroscience, biochemistry and microbiology.
Making a gut-brain connection
Students will answer questions based on the Science News article "Parkinson's pathways."
Tainted Supplements Flood the Market
This guide explores dietary supplements available in the United States and the regulations surrounding them.
Get to know your vitamins
These discussion prompts cover the major types of vitamins and their sources, and how vitamin levels impact health.
Evaluating wellness claims
Students will answer questions based on the Science News article "Tainted supplements flood the market."
This guide reviews several experimental methods that might keep a patient’s own immune system from rejecting a transplanted organ.
These discussion prompts ask students to define key science terms relating to immunology and organ physiology, and explore the history of organ transplantation.
Making transplants last
Students will answer questions based on the Science News article "Transplant tolerance."
SN 10: Scientists to Watch
This guide introduces students to some of the scientists featured on the SN 10: Scientists to Watch list. Students can explore the questions that motivate these scientists and their myriad career paths.
The SN 10 Game
Students will come up with a Jeopardy! style game or use a game provided to better understand the character traits, personality qualities and career paths of the SN 10: Scientists to Watch.
The languages of the fields
Students will define key science terms from a range of scientific fields using contextual clues from Science News articles.