Organize Your Curriculum in 5 Easy Steps! - Templates to Plan Your Entire Year!

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Do you know what you're teaching on April 22nd? I do!!

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Any middle or high school teacher can use these templates to organize what units to teach, what topics to include, what standards you want to meet, and specifically what you will do in each daily lesson.

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Get organized. It feels good! These generic templates will get you on track to meeting State, National, and Common Core Standards.

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This resource was designed for middle or high school teachers of ANY subject, and this is the improved, revised version!!!

You can also have your whole year planned out and balanced on a calendar so that you don't have too many art projects or videos in any given time period.

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This resource has complete directions - there's just 5 easy steps to have your curriculum completely planned-right down to what videos you'll watch during the third week of May!!

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Here is what is included: (BE SURE TO CLICK ON THE “DOWNLOAD PREVIEW” BUTTON ABOVE to visually see it all!)

1. How to organize your curriculum in 5 steps:

-My step-by-step directions will help you choose the units and topics you want to teach, it will then help you organize them into days in units, then it will give a template to help you align it all to State, National, and Common Core Standards.

2. A fill-in yearly calendar. I’ve included my examples from 9th grade Health curriculum and standards to help you.

3. National Health Standards, State standards, and Common Core Standards and ideas for aligning to them.

4. 8 different health units mapped out using the "Understanding By Design" (UBD) format that use my Washington State Standards. (Our standards are very close to the National Health standards and these are easily edited.)

Each template includes: "Enduring Understandings, "Essential Questions" "What Students Should Know, and "What Students Should Be Able To Do." As I mentioned, there are tons of examples to follow!! This is not the curriculum content, rather it is actually the templates to fill out with your own lessons and ideas, but I also included my own 9th Grade Health units list and calendar so you could see how all the 5 steps work.

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SOME OF THIS RESOURCE IS INCLUDED IN THE BEST HEALTH CURRICULUM, MY 3-LEVEL HEALTH CURRICULUM, AND MY "BEST BEGINNING TO A SCHOOL YEAR," BUT SOME ARE UNIQUE TO THIS RESOURCE.

*(See links below)

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* Documents are editable and included in Word and PDF formats.

* Ask your school district to purchase this curriculum for you!

* Purchase Orders are accepted!

* Additional license for other teachers to buy this product are half price! (Click the license button during purchase)

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If you want to check out other lessons on my TPT Store, go to: Mrs. S.'s Store

Also, be sure to check out my website where I have many FREE classroom and teaching tips of the month, FREE surveys each month, and enriching articles new every month:
The Best Health Lessons

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Here are links to my Complete 90-Day Semester Health Curriculum, my Year-Long P.E. Curriculum and my complete Health class units:

The Best Health Curriculum: A Complete Semester of Health Lesson Plans

The Best P.E. Curriculum: A Complete Year-Long 6th – 12th Grade P.E. Program

Alternative School/Independent Study/Homeschool Health Curriculum

3-Week Nutrition Unit

Drug Unit for Health Class (complete 3-week unit)

Alcohol Unit: 9 Days of Lessons

Tobacco Unit: 5 Days of Lessons

Sex Ed. Health Unit-3-Week Detailed Lesson Plans, 142-Slide PowerPoint and Packet

STOP BULLYING: A 4-Week Empathy and Violence Unit

Stress Unit

Improving Self-Esteem Unit

Ending a School Year: Creative Ways to Wrap Up and Send Students Off

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“MY FAVORITE LESSONS” SERIES:

In my 18 years of teaching Health and designing hundreds of lessons, these are my top favorite lessons and resources. First, I love teaching them because they present powerful, and valuable lessons for teens; and second, they’re favorites because they’re engaging and students have fun while they learn.


My 6 Most Favorite Lessons


My Favorite Surveys: 40 Surveys to Spark Interest in Your Lessons


My Favorite Videos and Presentations: 86 Links to Shows on Relevant Teen Issues


My Favorite Classroom Organization Tips!


My Favorite Art Projects

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Individual Lessons From “MY FAVORITE LESSONS” SERIES:

1. Food Label Scavenger Hunt. This lesson is my #1 seller. After students have read 42 food labels, they totally understand how to decipher the information on any food label!

2. Life Stories Project. The 3-Day project will have your students learning to embrace the hardships that make up their life stories, and sharing personal experiences they might not have otherwise talked about.

3. Alcohol Refusal Skills. This lessons starts with an interactive PowerPoint quiz on “Peer Pressure Lines,” continues with a true story about a dad who allowed his son to have an alcohol party in their basement, and ends with small group role-plays. Very powerful!

4. Fat and Sugar Nutrition Lab: Turn your classroom into a science lab to show your students the fat and sugar in 15 different products. Products sheets are included.

5. Dangerous Decisions Activity. Help Teens Realize the Consequences of 14 different risky behaviors they may be tempted by.

6. “Intervention” Addiction Lesson. Using “Intervention” T.V. Show to teach your students about addiction and treatment. Very powerful. This lesson teaches itself!

7. Nutrition Media Literacy. Have fun showing your students how food manufacturers manipulate us to buy their products. Kids will be surprised by what they learn.

8. Narcotics Dangers “Pharm Parties“ Lesson. Simulate a “Pharmaceutical Party” and help your student understand the dangers of narcotics, including prescription pills.

9. Fast Food Lesson. Help students analyze healthy versus unhealthy fast food restaurant choices.

10. Sexual Pressures Flip Charts. Help your students come up with assertive answers to sexual pressure lines.
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