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KIN 3609 Health Lesson Plan Format

Student Teachers: Britney Buyas & Timothy Johnson


Grade level Class Size Length of time (min)
5th
25
30 min
Lab School Teacher:

Teaching Date

Group # 5
Lab School Teacher

Room #

Content Area (Scope & Sequence): Environmental Health


Health Goal (Scope & Sequence): Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

NHES (SHAPE America) & LHES (Louisiana)


Standard(s):
1: Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention to
enhance health.
Benchmark(s): 1-E-4: Describe ways in which a safe and healthy school and community environment can
promote personal health.
GLE(s):
1-E-2.1 List the consequences of negative health choices (e.g., drinking, smoking).
1-E-2.2 Examine the consequences of good and bad health choices on ones
personal health.
NHES (SHAPE America) & LHES (Louisiana)
Standard(s):
5: Students will demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills to enhance health.
Benchmark(s): 5 E-1: Identify how others can influence decision-making.
GLE(s):

5-E-1.2 Identify circumstances that can help or hinder healthy decision-making.

NHES (SHAPE America) & LHES (Louisiana)


7: Students will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or
Standard(s):
refuse health risks.
Benchmark(s): Benchmark 7-E-1: Examine personal health behaviors.
7-E-1.1 Make a list of positive and negative personal health habits.

GLE(s):

Cognitive:

LEARNING OBJECTIVES (TLW) Who? Will do? How much? Of What? By When
TLW identify two positive and two negative habits that they can use to improve their
surrounding environment (school and home) during the lesson.

Affective:
Psychomotor:

TLW identify ways in which they can improve their decision making skills in relation to
environmental health by the end of the lesson.
TLW demonstrate their ability to make healthful decisions by placing items correctly in
hoops labeled Recycle, Reuse, and Trash during the instant activity and throughout the
lesson.
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ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION (TTW) What method? Should match learning objectives:


Cognitive:
TTW evaluate the students by asking them to list two positive and two negative habits
that contribute to a healthy environment by the end of the lesson.
Affective:
TTW will assess the students by asking them ways in which they can improve their
negative environmental habits by the end of the lesson.
Psychomotor: TTW observe the students ability to make healthful environmental decisions during the
recycling instant activity and throughout the lesson.
TEACHING MATERIALS (be specific and detailed):
Type:
Assortment of recyclables
Plastic Bottles
String
Bird Seed
Student Handout
Hula Hoops ( + Labels)
Tape Strips

Amount Needed:
25
25
25
25
25
3 (+ Recycle, Reuse, Trash Labels)
25

SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS (address physical, emotional and social enviorment):


Students will have to stand as a class in the instant activity and may need to be reminded to stay in their own
personal space. Remind students to take turns placing items in hula hoops and also to not throw objects into
hoops.

MODIFICATIONS/ACCOMODATIONS:
Students who cannot stand to complete the instant activity will be assisted by the teacher
Students who cannot pour seed carefully into bottles or tie knots correctly during the bird feeder activity will
be assisted by the teacher.

INTEGRATION: (Identify the Subject and Describe how it relates or is used within the lesson)
Transformations of Energy
11. Classify energy resources as renewable, non-renewable, or inexhaustible (PS-M-C1)
Science and the Environment
49. Identify and give examples of pollutants found in water, air, and soil (SE-M-A3)
50. Describe the consequences of several types of human activities on local ecosystems
(e.g., polluting streams, regulating hunting, introducing nonnative species) (SE-M-A4)
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RESOURCES (e.g. websites, textbook including page #s):


NHES - http://www.shapeamerica.org/standards/health/index.cfm

Anticipatory Set
Start time: 0:00
End time: 3:00

Procedures:
Students will be asked questions to gauge knowledge of recycling,
reducing, and reusing

Instructional Prompts
& Teacher Cues

Reminders/
Organization

-Why is recycling
important?
-How does it affect our
environment?
-How does our
environment effect our
health?

- Recycling is a way to
convert trash into new
reusable things
- Too much trash can
take up a lot of space
and pollute air

Instructional Prompts
& Teacher Cues

Reminders/
Organization

Get into a group of


three. All students will
stand and place their
piece of trash into a
hula hoop and then
return to their desks.

There is no wrong
answer. Place the
trash into the hoop
you think is most
appropriate

Transition: Instructors pass out handouts and trash


Instant Activity
Start time: 3:30
End time: 6:30

Procedures:
Students will be given a piece of trash that they will have to place
into hula hoops at the front of class representing different things
(Green: Recycle, Blue: Reuse, Red: Trash)

Teacher will get


feedback about why the
students placed items in
certain hoops.

Take the labels off of


innapropriate items
Label Hoops

Transition: Instructors tell students to get out a writing utensil and handout
Culminating Activity
Start time: 6:30
End time: 12:30

Procedures (Teacher Instruction)


Teacher will prompt class with questions included on handout to
lead discussion on Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling

Students will revisit instant activity to move items into different hula
hoops after gaining a better understanding of reducing, reusing, and
recycling and reflect on ways they can use the items in the hoops

Instructional Prompts
& Teacher Cues

Reminders/
Organization

-What are some things


we can do to reduce our
impact on the
environment and
improve our health?
-What items can we
reuse In our daily lives?
-Which items should we
recycle?

Transition:
Procedures (Student Engagement):

-Write down two ways


in which you can
reduce. Share answers
- Write down two ways
we can reuse items.
Share
- Write down two things
we should recycle. Share

Student will look over handout throughout discussion and answer


questions as the class goes on

Reduce: Using a
store bought CCs
cup
Reuse: water
bottles, fill them up
a few times
Recycle: use your
plastic bottle all day
and put in recycling
bin

Transition: Students will be shown pictures of recycling projects. Instructor will pass out materials to make
bottle bird feeder. What are some things that you could use the plastic bottle for before you recycled it?
Closure:
Start time: 14:00
End time: 20:00

Procedures:
Students will practice reusing by making a bird feeder from a
plastic bottle. Teacher will guide students through
instructions.

Instructional Prompts
& Teacher Cues

Reminders/
Organization

Will already have the


holes cut into plastic
bottles
1. Push stick thru the
bottom holes
2. Tie string around top
of bottle
3. Create a funnel with
the piece of paper at the
top of the bottle
4. Scoop a cup of bird
seed to pour through the
funnel
5. Screw the top onto the
bottle
6. Decorate and hang up
the bottle

Do not fill up beans


beyond hole.
Do not remove tape
until you hang your
bird feeder.

Transition: Students will review themes of the lesson and reflect


What things at school or in your community contribute to a healthy environment?
Personal Health Habits
Write down two things that you do to improve your environmental health. Write down two things that you do to hinder
your environmental health, and a way that you can improve them.
Positive Habits
Negative Habits
Improvements
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