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The Hunt for the Truth

Step 1: A Fair Flip?

  • Use this simple, hands-on game to help students develop a deep understanding of chance, probability, and random processes!
  • Share A Fair Flip with individuals or small groups and have them explore it.
  • Students will simulate flipping a coin ten times, then report their results. Collect, display, and discuss their results. After students learn about probability, they'll each do ten more flips with each coin to try to figure out which of two coins is FAIR, and which is UNFAIR. This helps them develop an understanding of how random processes work, and of how to spot whether variation appears to be due to chance or not.
  • After students have made their best guesses about which coin is fair and which coin is unfair, reveal the

    A Fair Flip Answer Key

Step 2: Safe & Effective

  • How do scientists know if a vaccine works? How do they know if it's safe?
  • Help students understand exactly why we can be confident that vaccines are Safe & Effective!
  • On Slides 2-13, students will learn about the process of testing vaccines. On Slides 14-16, they'll be able to test four hypothetical vaccines for themselves. They can record their results in the Record sheet found on Slide 15.
  • After students have made their best guesses about both safety and effectiveness, reveal the

    Safe & Effective Answer Key

Step 3: Inside the COVID-19 Vaccine

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