Get your students talking about the characteristics of healthy and unhealthy relationships in their life. Students should card short each card into a category of: Sometimes it's ok, It's Never ok, or It's Always ok.
Following the magic school bus: the inside story episode students fill in the missing blanks. I used the video transcript to create a fill in the blank worksheet. This video reviews the body's immune system.
This strategy encourages purposeful talk. Student turn each task card over to observe 4 pictures. They must discuss each picture and determine which one is not like the other and provide evidence of their findings (use of unit vocabulary). There are
This can be done as a research assignment. Students research different crustal features and which boundary type allows them to form. For me this is used as a PBL check point to assess student knowledge.
This is an activity you can use to collect prior knowledge, break down into a class discussion, or use as a homework assignment. Students will reflect on their own thoughts about drugs. Answers will vary.
This 16 slide presentation will get your students talking about how our nutrition icon has changed over the years. Included is a concept comparison routine that can be printed for individual student use or can be projected and filled in as a whole
After learning about drug impacts on health students should research how drugs impact all areas of health: physical, social, and mental/emotional. Break students into groups and assign each group a different drug or classification of drugs to