Health Education for the Teacher LESSON PLAN
| Date: 2-17-12
Lesson Title: Tobacco is whacko, (and expensive!)
| Grade Level: 6
| Type of Lesson: Group Exploration
Instructional Strategies / Method of Delivery:Guided DiscussionQuestioning Strategy (metacognitive)Guided Summation
| Content Area:Health
Content Standard: Standard 1: Essential Concepts1.1.A
Explain short- and long-term effects of alcohol, tobacco, inhalant, and other drug use, including social, legal, and economic implications.1.2.A
Identify positive alternatives to alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use.1.4.A
Identify the benefits of a tobacco-free environment.1.5.A
Explain the dangers of secondhand smoke.1.7.A
Identify the effects of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use on physical activity, including athletic performance.
| ELD Standard: Reading Comprehension: Beginning ELD: Orally identify examples of fact and opinion and cause and effect in simple texts.
Lesson Objective:Students will identify the benefits of a tobacco-free environment, explain the dangers of secondhand smoke and recognize the effects of … tobacco … on physical activity, including athletic performance.
| Assessment: Formative: guided discussion, Questioning StrategySummative: guided summation, (oral) & Online Post
| Assessment Modifications: Spanish text for article and questions
Anticipatory Set/Orientation * Everyone has heard about the dangers of smoking… * FACT: Smoking is the most preventable cause of death in the United States * Are cigarettes the only dangerous forms of tobacco? * What are some of the negative side effects of tobacco? * Can tobacco harm people who don’t smoke or dip?State ObjectiveAt the end of this lesson, you will be able to identify the benefits of a tobacco-free environment, explain the dangers of secondhand smoke and recognize the effects of … tobacco … on physical activity, including athletic...
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