WOODLAND HILLS SECONDARY LESSON PLANS

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Name: Robert Mitts

Date: 5-26-15- 5-29-15

WOODLAND HILLS SECONDARY

LESSON PLANS

Content Area: Life Skills – Science

Length of Lesson: 45 minutes – Period 4

Lesson Topic (Modules, if applicable):

Reading

R11.A.1&2.2 Identify and apply word recognition skills

R11.AA.1&2.2 Identify and apply word recognition skills, including: scanning, matching, demonstrating phonemic awareness, naming, reading.

Science

S11.A.2.1 Apply knowledge of scientific investigation or technological design to develop or critique aspects of the experimental process.

STAGE I – DESIRED RESULTS

Big Ideas:

Identify how muscles work in pairs to make our body move.

Identify the different muscles that make up our bodies

Identify the parts of the circulatory system and the roles of this system.

Student Objectives (Competencies/Outcomes):

Students will be able to:

Identify how muscles work in pairs to make our body move.

Identify the different muscles that make up our bodies

Identify the parts of the circulatory system and the roles of

Essential Questions:

How do muscles work in pairs to make our

 body move?

What are the 3 different types of muscles in the body? this system.

What is the role of the Circulatory System?

What are the parts of the heart?

STAGE II – ASSESSMENT EVIDENCE

Performance Task:

 use context clues to comprehend and correctly answer comprehension questions correctly identify different types of weather and what clothing would be appropriate to wear

Formative Assessments:

Pre assessment

Summing up main idea

Thumbs up

 in the different type of weather describe types of extreme weather and precautions that should be taken

Understanding Goals (Concepts):

Muscles contract when they work

Muscles attach across joints to move bones

Muscles attach to bones with tissue called tendons

Some muscles move the fingers and thumb in the arm, these muscles have tendons that stretch down to the thumb

Ligaments attach bone to bone

Vocabulary:

vein, artery, liver, lungs, heart, capillaries, lungs, skeletal muscle, tendon, smooth muscle, cardiac muscle

STAGE III – LEARNING PLAN

Materials and Resources:

Dowels with holes, Craft stick with holes, Rubber Tubes, Rubber Bands, Paper Clips, Student

Sheet, Muscle Names

Interventions:

All students will be working at their individual instructional level with peer and adult assistance.

Instructional Procedures*:

Monday

Date 5-25-15

Do Now:

Memorial Day

Day A

Tuesday

Date 5-26-15

Students will use the

Day B

Computer Lab in the Library

Wednesday

Date 5-27-15 Day A

Do Now: Name 2 organs in the Circulatory System and describe their function

Students will learn about how muscles work in pairs to make our body move.

If finished early, get something from the “Done

Early” bin, work on dryerase papers from chair pocket, or read a book/magazine

Thursday

Date 5-28-15 Day B

What is the name of the muscles that surround the heart

Do Now:

Students will draw red arrows to show the flow of blood away form the heart.

Students will draw blue arrows showing blood back to the heart

Have students disassemble their

leg models

Review Vocabulary words from this investigation

*Include Do Now, Mini Lesson, Guided Practice, Independent Practice, Summations/Formative Assessments, Reflections

Friday

Date5-29-15 Day A

French Students Arrive

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