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Food Borne Illnesses . By Hannah Ostrander. What I already know What do I want to know? The Story of my search My Search results My growth as a researcher My works cited. What I already Know. Food borne illnesses can come from undercooked food.

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food borne illnesses

Food Borne Illnesses

By Hannah Ostrander

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What I already know

  • What do I want to know?
  • The Story of my search
  • My Search results
  • My growth as a researcher
  • My works cited
what i already know
What I already Know
  • Food borne illnesses can come from undercooked food.
  • Food borne illnesses can come from poor living conditions.
  • Some food borne illnesses can be region specific.
  • Food borne illnesses can cause death.
what do i want to know
What do I want to know?
  • What are the initial symptoms of specific food borne illnesses?
  • Do some food borne illnesses share symptoms?
  • Are some food borne illnesses contagious after consumption?
  • How can food borne illnesses be prevented?
  • What are some long lasting effects of untreated food borne illnesses?
the story of my search
The story of my search
  • Learned to create a non-linear PowerPoint.
  • The Resource section in the Port Allegany High School Library: 600’s and 300’s.
  • Massive amounts of information can be found in online Web sources. Including periodicals, online databases, and even online books.
  • The essentials to and interesting introduction paragraph.
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Writers do not use conjunctions such as “don’t” in a research paper.

  • Indent long quotes 1”.
my search results
My search results
  • Cholera
  • The bacteria speeds up the rate at which fluids pass through a person’s system.
  • The infection of cholera occurs through food and water.
  • Symptoms can start anywhere from a few hours to a few days.
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Cholera (cont.)

  • The most usual form of treatment is replacement of fluids through IV (intravenous) injection.
  • (“Cholera”)
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Salmonella

  • Salmonella bacteria can be found in many locations.
  • Symptoms of salmonella can last about 4-7 days.
  • Salmonella outbreaks tend to be spread out epidemics.
  • (“Salmonella Outbreak Apparently Over, FDA Says.”)
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E. coli

  • Certain strands of E. coli make people sick by producing a toxin called Shiga.
  • E. coli can be spread through many different ways.
  • There are many notorious outbreaks on E. coli.
  • (Lew 5-16)
  • (“Bad Burgers”)
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Hepatitis Type A

  • Hepatitis A is the most common form of Hepatitis worldwide.
  • Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver, Hepatitis A also has many more symptoms.
  • Hepatitis A’s symptoms are visible 15-45 days after exposure.
  • There are now many ways to prevent hepatitis type A.
  • (“Hepatitis”)(Williams)
my growth as a researcher
My growth as a researcher
  • I learned that in text citation does not require a first name.
  • I can now better format my works cited.
  • I learned that importance of transition sentences.
  • I learned to thoroughly check the reliability of web sources and their facts.
  • I can now better format an MLA style report.
works cited
Works cited
  • Lew, Kristi. Food Poisoning: E. coli and the food supply. ISBN 978-1-4488-1293-6
  • “Salmonella Outbreak Apparently Over, FDA says.” Cable News Network, Nov 1. 2006: n.p. SIRS Discoverer. Web. 01 May 2013
  • “Hepatitis.” Compton’s by Britannica. 01 Aug 2011: n.p. SIRS Discoverer. Web. 06 May 2013.
  • “Cholera.” Compton’s by Britannica. 01 Aug 2011: n.p. SIRS Discoverer. Web. 01 May 2013.
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“Bad Burgers.” Current Events. Sept 19 1997: 1-2. SIRS Discoverer. Web. 01 May 2013

  • Williams, Nia. “Virus Sickens Many Customers.” Kids News Room. Nov 14-21 2003: n.p. SIRS Discoverer. Web. 09 May 2013.
  • Tarshis, Lauren. “Delicious or Deadly?” Scholastic Scope. 09 Jan 2012: 4+. SIRS Discoverer. Web. 10 may 2013.