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Lesson

Title/Focus

Choices

Date

April 12th, 2016

Subject/Gra
de Level

Grade 8 Health

Time
Duratio
n

80 minutes

Unit

Growth and Development

Teacher

Alisa Wang

OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES


General
Learning
Outcomes:

Specific
Learning
Outcomes:

Wellness Choices: Students will make responsible and informed choices to maintain
health and to promote safety for self and others.
Relationship Choices: Students will develop effective interpersonal skills that
demonstrate responsibility, respect and caring in order to establish and maintain
healthy interactions.
Life Learning Choices: Students will use resources effectively to manage and explore
life roles and career opportunities and challenges.
Develop personal strategies to deal with pressures to have a certain look/lifestyle.
Develop strategies to effectively access health information and health services in the
community.
Identify and develop personal resiliency skills.
Identify and describe the responsibilities and consequences associated with
involvement in a sexual relationship
Describe symptoms, effects, treatments and prevention for common sexual
transmitted disease
Identify and describe basic types of contraceptives
Develop strategies for maintaining healthy relationships
Describe and provide examples of ethical behavior in relationships
Develop and demonstrate strategies for promoting peaceful relationships
Identify components of ethical decision making, and apply these concepts to personal
decision making.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Students will:
1. Be introduced to different topic in the unit
2. Participate in the Stand on the Line activity
3. Think about qualities of a good friend and a partner and make comparisons

ASSESSMENTS
Observations through students facial expression when the lesson is being
taught.
Observe how well students perform in the activity provided.
Key Questions:
Are students able to understand the importance of choices when making a
friend of finding a partner?
Products/Performan Unit Exam as Summative Assessment
ces:
Observations:

LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED


Program of Studies
Internet Resources

MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT


Smartboard with access to internet
Choices Handout
Tape

PROCEDURE
Prior to lesson
Take attendance.

Assessment of Prior
Knowledge
Expectations for

Introduction
Ask students some basic questions to assess their prior knowledge
on things they already know about the topics that will be discussed
in this unit.
Students will actively respond to questions, and show great

Time

Learning and
Behavior
Advance
Organizer/Agenda
Transition to Body
Learning Activity #1

Teacher Notes:
Assessments/
Differentiation

Learning Activity #2

engagement in various activities.


Letting students know ahead of time about what they will be doing
for the class.
- PPT Slides
- Catch up!
Asking a few students about what they want to know.
Body
Power Point Slides
- Introduce the topics in the unit (Choices, Relationships, STIs,
HIV, and Aids, Abstinence, Decision Making) 5 min
- Set up guidelines (Respect, No name rule, participation) 5 min
- Stand on the Line activity (15 min)
- Qualities of a good friend (15 min)
- Qualities of a partner (15 min)
- Discussion Questions (15 min)
Assessment: I will be formatively observing students during the
power point lecture.
Differentiation: I will be teaching with different types of instructions
including: lecture, small group discussion, class discussion, group
activities, and individual thinking.
Catch Up!
- Cumulative Review
- Math Poster
- Math Question Booklet
- Mark Math Booklet
- Quiz Corrections
- Work on/Edit Machine Blueprint
- Science Booklet
Closure

Consolidation of
Learning:

Briefly summarize the lesson.

Feedback from
Students:

Any Questions or Concerns?

Feedback to
Students
Transition to Next
Lesson

Comments:

Answer students questions, and give them complements to


encourage them to be more inquisitive.
Let students know that we will be based on Relationships.

Time

70
min

10
min

Time