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Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse

Take a zombie apocalypse for example. That’s right, I said z-o-m-b-i-e a-p-o-c-a-l-y-p-s-e. You may laugh now, but when it happens you’ll be happy you read this, and hey, maybe you’ll even learn a thing or two about how to prepare for a real emergency.A Brief History of Zombies We’ve all seen at least one movie about flesh-eating zombies taking over (my personal favorite is Resident Evil), but where do zombies come from and why do they love eating brains so much? The word zombie comes from Haitian and New Orleans voodoo origins. In movies, shows, and literature, zombies are often depicted as being created by an infectious virus, which is passed on via bites and contact with bodily fluids. The rise of zombies in pop culture has given credence to the idea that a zombie apocalypse could happen. Better Safe than Sorry Never Fear – CDC is Ready. Zombie Task Force. Welcome future Zombie Task Force members!

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We are glad you are ready to be prepared for a zombie apocalypse, as well as any other disasters (imaginary or real) that may come your way. Carry on and spread the word to others who may not be quite as ready for a zombie invasion! Get a kit, Make a plan, Be prepared! Zombie Task Force T-shirt No Longer Available Unfortunately we are no longer offering CDC Zombie Task Force t-shirts. Spread the Word Spread the word by including CDC preparedness and emergency information on your website with web badges, buttons, widgets, and content syndication.

Follow CDC's emergency news on Facebook, Twitter or on the Public Health Matters blog. Get a kit. There are all kinds of emergencies out there that we can prepare for. Get a kit. Did you know?

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Brain Hemisphere Hat (made of paper)

" This humble little hat has been distributed around the world, and has been translated into several different languages. If you would like to translate it into another language (one you are fluent in) I would love to post some other language options at the bottom of this page Please contact me about it! Purpose of activity: To learn about (or review) the major lobes of the brain by making a paper hat to wear Target age group: ages 8-12, but can be used with younger if they have help (Just as an interesting side note, this hat has even been assembled and worn by college students, and has also been "adopted" by a brain imaging company!) Description of activity: Cut and assemble a paper brain hat Time needeed: This depends on how much coloring you do. Materials you wiil need: Copies of the pattern pages printed onto card stock, scissors, glue, tape, crayons or colored pencils Click here to download patterns for the Brain Hemisphere Hat.

BrainHatIndividualDownloadBlackAndWhite. Diagnosing a zombie: Brain and behavior - Tim Verstynen & Bradley Voytek. Surviving the zombie apocalypse: A great way to teach conditionals. NOTE: This is an updated and expanded version of one of my – and your – favourite posts from this blog.

Surviving the zombie apocalypse: A great way to teach conditionals

Please click here to download some teaching materials I developed to work with this idea. One of the great things about being a childish idiot geeky nerd is that I can relate to what’s going on in the minds of a lot of my students. Like (too) many of them, I’m fascinated by the concept of zombies. Many’s the classroom break I’ve spent hypothesizing with students about the impending doom that will be brought about by the zombie outbreak. Anyway, enough about that, as that’s only a slight part of the focus of this post. First of all, take a look at this picture… Here’s the situation: you’ve fought your way past a horde of zombies and made it to your vehicle. As a teacher who has decided to show this clip in your class, what would you do now to exploit this situation? ء Put the students in groups and get them to hypothesize about what might happen if either of the two options is taken. Preparedness 101: Zombie Pandemic. Preparedness 101: Zombie Pandemic.