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FCS Lesson Plan

Name: _____Megan Smith_____________________

Date

____________ Cooperating Teacher/Mentor: ____Jaime________________

Organization: ___Wentzville: Timberland_H.S.___________ Grade/Age Level: __HS Senior________________

Length of Lesson: 30 min

Title of Lesson: ____Micro Teaching # 2: Affective

1. Goal(s) In the space below, identify your goal(s) for the lesson. Be sure to attend to the following:
Students will be able to apply knowledge of the six dimensions of wellness to promoting better health choices for
themselves.
o 14.1.1 Explain physical, emotional, social, psychological, and spiritual components of individual and family
wellness.

2. Prior Knowledge
Wellness Wheel Assessment
3. Learner Outcomes: In the
space below, enter your outcomes
(two or more) that attend to the
following:

After completing this lesson,


students will be able to initiate
a wellness plan that focuses
on at least one dimension of
wellness that they feel weak
in.
After completing this lesson,
students will agree to try at
least one suggestion of
wellness exercise from at
least one dimension of health.
After completing this lesson,
students will be able to model
their chosen exercise to at
least one other person.

4. Assessment of Learner
Outcomes: In the space below,
describe your assessment
procedures that attend to the
following:
Students will categorize their
wellness strengths by creating
a Wellness Wheel based on
survey questions. (DOK IV:
Analyzing)
Students will develop a
wellness plan that
incorporates at least one
wellness exercise. (DOK III:
Applying)
Students will model their
chosen exercise to one other
person. (DOK III: Applying)

5. Procedures: In the space


below, describe what you, the
teacher, will do to ensure student
learning:

Materials needed:
6 Dimensions of Wellness
PPT
Premade Wellness Wheels
Crayons or Markers
Loose Leaf Paper
Pencils

6. Questions: In the space


below, identify questions that you
can ask that will reflect and
promote the stated outcomes:
Why do you think this area
was a weaker one for you
compared to _____?
What did you learn about
yourself from this activity?
Would you recommend any of
these exercises to other
people?

Present slides 1 -2 to students


with a brief overview of todays
lesson. Today we will be covering
brief introductions into all 6
dimensions of wellness. Continue
to slide three so students can see
all six dimensions of wellness
Continue to slide 4. Explain that

FCS Lesson Plan


Name: _____Megan Smith_____________________

Date

____________ Cooperating Teacher/Mentor: ____Jaime________________

Organization: ___Wentzville: Timberland_H.S.___________ Grade/Age Level: __HS Senior________________

Length of Lesson: 30 min

Title of Lesson: ____Micro Teaching # 2: Affective

the six dimensions of wellness


make up a health wheel.
Everyone has similar needs for
wellness, but not everyone is
strong or weak in the same areas.
In order to assess their own
personal wellness strengths and
weaknesses, we will be creating
our own wellness wheels.
Continue to slide 5. Have a
student hand out the pre-made
wellness wheels and crayons.
Instruct the students to divide
each colored section into three
parts by drawing two lines. Show
slide 7 as an example
Continue to slide 6 to go over the
rules. When the students
understand, move onto the
assessment questions. Go over
one question at a time. Stop at
slide 12. When the wheels are
filled in, ask the students to take a
second and consider which areas
they are weakest in and which
they are strongest in.

Continue on to slide 13. Discuss


each dimension of wellness and
ask students to talk about what

FCS Lesson Plan


Name: _____Megan Smith_____________________

Date

____________ Cooperating Teacher/Mentor: ____Jaime________________

Organization: ___Wentzville: Timberland_H.S.___________ Grade/Age Level: __HS Senior________________

Length of Lesson: 30 min

Title of Lesson: ____Micro Teaching # 2: Affective

they think each dimension is


about. Ask them to list more
examples of exercises.
At the end of the lesson have the
students write out a wellness plan
for themselves. The wellness plan
can be as simple as This week I
will try to be more positive by
keeping journal of my thoughts.
Ask them to focus on an area they
felt weak on during the wheel
activity and to incorporate at least
one exercise suggestion from the
lesson.
After this week, they will need to
demonstrate this wellness plan to
another person in order to
promote healthy living in their
community.