MicroMuseum Sessions 10 and 11 – Scriptwriting!

We got down to script writing after playing our version of “Rock, Paper, Scissors,” a game we call “Microbes, Microbes Everywhere!” in which bacteria eats protist, protist eats virus, and virus eats bacteria. Each, of course, has it’s own movement (made up by us).



We learned more about  Methanogen for the Water Buffalo story and Zooxanthellae for the Coral story in order to work out our story so we could write our script!

The group scripted the dialogue and games in detail. We used a shared Google document so everyone could have a hand at editing at the same time!

MicroRanger Session 11


This week Extra Learning Opportunity let’s you know that it’s alright to eat your beans! It’s an article titled “Got Gas? It Could Mean You’ve Got Healthy Gut Microbes.” Check it out and let us know what you think!




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2 Responses to MicroMuseum Sessions 10 and 11 – Scriptwriting!

  1. more rock/scissors/paper variations? hmmm? see the first part of my talk at Ga Tech – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAudytEhTsk

  2. Barry says:

    Yes! Inspired right from you book. It all begins with a group cry of “Microbes, microbes in the air. Microbes, microbes, EVERYWHERE!”

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