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Thursday, December 10, 2015

IB Middle Years Programme: Year 2


IB Objective: A: Knowing and Understanding
Subject:
Grade: 7
Total Time: 9:00-10:40
Health
1 hour and 40 minutes
Education
Lesson Topic: Youth and Mental Health
IB Statement The transition from elementary to secondary school
of Inquiry for involves important physical, emotional, cognitive, and
Unit:
social changes.
IB Learner
IB aims to develop learners who are knowledgeable.
Profile Focus:
Link to B.C.s We experience many changes in our lives that influence
New
how we see ourselves and others.
Curriculum
(Big Idea):
Lesson
By the end of the lesson, students will. . .
Objectives:
1. have reviewed physical, emotional, cognitive, and
social changes from the previous lesson.
2. understand some mental health issues common in
the teenage years.
3. learn about how to effectively cope with these
challenges, including where to go for help.
Prior
Basic knowledge of mental illness
Knowledge:
Basic note-taking skills
Materials:
SmartBoard and PowerPoint
Lined paper/student notebooks
Half-sheets of scrap paper
Digital gap-fill (projected)
Time
Teacher
Students
Materials
(min
s.)
Review from last
Review from last class
SmartBoard
class
PowerPoint
Listen and ask questions
Review IB inquiry
Complete gap-fill orally in
Gap-fill (on
statement
pairs
20
PowerPoint)
Remind students
of the
Lined
knowledgeable
paper/notebo
quality in the IB
oks
learner profile
Present gap-fill
on PowerPoint to
review the
physical,
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emotional,
cognitive, and
social changes
that occur in the
early teenage
years
Hook/Opening
Hook/Opening New Topic
New Topic
Project
Think of ideas and words
depression,
that relate to the concepts
stress, fear,
individually (or in pairs)
anxiety, mental Contribute ideas to whole
illness, etc. and
class discussion after pairhave students
share
think of related
words or concepts,
monitoring for
appropriacy
Whole class
feedback
Emphasize that
experiencing
changing moods
and mental health
concerns is very
common
Interactive
Interactive Presentation
Presentation
Take notes as needed
Define stress,
Answer written and oral
depression and
questions about the
anxiety, including
myths of mental illness
common
Brainstorm effective vs.
symptoms
ineffective ways of
Show interactive
coping- by reviewing real
PowerPoint,
cases and deciding the
presenting mental
appropriate actions
health information (If available): Use iPads to
as above
look up the websites:
Dispel myths
http://youth.anxietybc.
about mental
com
illness
http://www.mindcheck.
Reduce the stigma
ca
of mental illness
https://www.cmha.ca/m
Indicate ways
ental-health/yourstudents can cope

Lined
paper/notebo
ok
PowerPoint
SmartBoard

SmartBoard,
Internet
connection,
and
PowerPoint
(iPads)

Lesson Plan: Lesson 2/10


Teacher Candidate

Thursday, December 10, 2015

with difficult
mental-health/youth/
emotions and
thoughts and
where to go for
help
Formative
Formative Assessment
Half-sheets of
Assessment Exit
Exit Slip
scrap paper
Slip
Review notes
(15 Give students time
Answer question in
task
to review their
writing
+5
notes, as needed
Hand in slip
tran Give students exit
sslips asking, What
ition
are some common
)
mental health
=20
conditions and how
could a student get
help?
Assessme
ForF Formative (For) Exit slip to review and reflect on the content
nt for/of
of todays lesson.
Learning:
Extension Advanced students can write longer compositions on their exit
s:
slips.

Adaptatio
ns:

Plan B:

If this lesson continues into the next block, it can be extended


for all students by having them write 1-2 paragraphs reflecting
on what they have learned. Writing prompt: What did you
learn today? What do you want to know more about? Students
can add pictures to their compositions also.
Visual and aural support with language on the PP, and pair
work will support English Language Learners and students who
may have language comprehension and processing issues.
Teacher will also repeat and rephrase key ideas to aid in aural
comprehension.
Teacher will use chalk/white board and poster paper if
SmartBoard fails.