Unit S1e – Introduction To Different Types Of Infection

Unit Award Scheme
Unit No: 110297

In successfully completing this unit, the Learner will have

Evidence needed

experienced

1

undertaking a pre-training assessment of own background knowledge

Student completed worksheets and/or written work
2

watching a PowerPoint presentation about the human immune system

Teacher checklist
3

watching PowerPoint presentations about bacteria, viruses, other pathogens and parasites and about different modes of their transmission

Teacher itemised checklist
4

watching PowerPoint presentations about how infection occurs in humans and about the disease process

Teacher itemised checklist
5

watching PowerPoint presentations about how the body destroys infection and about different types of treatment

Teacher itemised checklist
6

watching PowerPoint presentations about vaccination and immunisation and about infection control

Teacher itemised checklist

demonstrated the ability to

7

explain what a microorganism is

Student completed written work
8

give examples of two different elements pertaining to bacteria

Student completed written work
9

give four examples of bacterial infection and outline their treatment

Student completed written work
10

identify and describe two different elements pertaining to viruses

Student completed written work
11

give four examples of viral infection and outline their treatment

Student completed written work
12

identify and describe two different elements pertaining to other pathogens and parasites

Student completed written work
13

give six examples of conditions that they can cause and outline their treatment

Student completed written work
14

describe the difference between antibiotics, antivirals and antiseptics

Student completed written work
15

identify and describe five features of how infections occur.

Student completed written work

All outcomes recorded on an AQA Summary Sheet
(incorporating the Teacher Checklist if required)

Approved 14 March 2018                         Level – Level Three