With this lesson plan students will the difference between communicable and non-communicable diseases. Student will be able to give examples of each and understand general causes and methods of prevention.
This integrated health lesson plan includes detailed lesson plans, lesson objectives, opening activity, closing activity, and informational article.
Already have a health curriculum? This brochure and companion activity would make great non-fiction literacy station activities to support your existing health curriculum!
The article, in a brochure format, includes vocabulary, before reading task to activate prior knowledge, code the text key for close reading of the information, and comprehension questions based on the lesson objectives!
This is lesson #1 of three companion lesson plans:
Lesson #2 - GERMS
Lesson #3 - HEALTHY HABITS
This is also part of a bundle which includes all three lessons, an end of mini-unit assessment, and a grade book page which shows the objectives from all three lessons.
•Detailed lesson plan
•Disease name cards for opening activity
•Disease name cards answer key
•Anchor Chart heading labels
•Informational text brochure - includes vocabulary, before reading task, code the text key, vocabulary task, comprehension questions related to the lesson objectives.
•Closing activity - "I Have... Who Has...?" game
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