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Vaccines and the Immune Response: How Vaccines Work video lesson

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student will strengthen their vocbulary by listening and filling the gaps with the word they heard
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the video is about how vaccines work and how the body reacts with them once thay are applied
Video length
3 minutes 37 seconds
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Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Language goals
Listening comprehension
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1)
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This resource is intended for:High schoolers
High schoolers
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1. Fill the gap.
Influenza, vaccines are able to trigger an immune response by mimicking viral.
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They are usually manufactured using inactivated or killedparticles taken from various circulating influenza strains in active …
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Vaccines are administeredintramuscular injection.
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these fractioned particlesthe foreign antigens,
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There they arewith an immune response mediated by various immune cells,
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a major mechanism of actionmacrophage phagocytosis of hemagglutinin breaking it into smaller components.
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after ingestion macrophages display the hemagglutinin antigen on their surface in combination with a specific receptoras the …
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… MHCbinding to the MHC receptor T cells become activated and proliferate into either cytotoxic,
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… Express hemagglutinin receptors specific to the vaccine strand on their surface and play a majorin antibody generation and …
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… unlike T cells, B cells are able to ingest hemagglutininof the MHC.
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OnceB cells processed the hemagglutinin antigen and presented on their surface in combination with an MHC when …
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… which haveeffects,
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… produce hemagglutininspecific to the strain of influenza contained in the vaccine memory,
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When exposed to an active influenza virus when an infectedsneezes towards an uninfected person.
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The nasopharynx is exposed to aerosolcontaining whole live influenza virus once inhaled the influenza virus attempts viral …
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Hemagglutininblock, viral attachment of live influenza virus to host epithelial cells.
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And overall disease is either avoided orin severity
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