In this group assignment, you will design and record a presentation that discuss
In this group assignment, you will design and record a presentation that discusses different types of disease-causing microbes. For this assignment your group will create a short (3-5 minutes) presentation that explains how to identify a series of disease-causing microbes (you will choose one of each type from the list below). Record your presentation using the video/screen capture tool in YuJa or another platform. Then post it to the Module 2 Individual Assignment Discussion to share with other students as a resource. See the instructions posted in the assignment description in D2L for details on how to record your presentation. You will also complete a peer review individually as a reply to one other student's presentation. The directions say to pick a microbe of each type. The microbes list has 4 types, bacteria, eukaryote, fungi, and virus. You will pick one microbe from each of these 4 categories and follow the directions under, "Your presentation must include:" This will be recorded on YuJa and posted to the Assignments and to the Discussion for the Module 2 Peer Review. Each person needs to post the entire combined presentation to the Assignments, but only one person should post this assignment to the discussion for peer review. Each person will then peer review the group listed in the email I sent, so make sure you write down your group number when posting to the discussion. Your presentation must include: 1. At least five sources cited in APA format (turn in on a separate Word Document). 2. A 3-5 minute video covering the microscopy of each microbe. 3. An image for each microbe. 4. A short introduction to each microbe. 5. At least one relevant microscopy tip. 6. Notes from your presentation that include citations. The Microbe that I must work on is VIRUS from the list below, my group members have the other microbes! Microbes List Microbe Type Bordatella pertussis Bacteria Yersinia pestis Bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis Bacteria Streptococcus pyogenes Bacteria Staphylococcus aureus Bacteria Plasmodium falciparum Eukaryote Entamoeba histolytica Eukaryote Giardia intestinalis Eukaryote Schistosoma mansoni Eukaryote Trichophyton rubrum Fungi Trichophyton mentagrophytes Fungi Aspergillus niger Fungi Coccidioides immitis Fungi Pneumocystis jirovecii Fungi Rhinovirus Virus Varicella zoster Virus Rubella Virus

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