Our textbook discusses two types of learning:Facts, rules, and action sequences.Concepts, patterns, and relationships.Most learning utilizes some of each type to set the foundational knowledge and then promote critical thinking in its application. Using your Lesson Plan Activity, discuss where and how each type of learning is employed in a unit, what higher order thinking skills are involved (See Appendix C in our textbook), and how they relate to your instructional goals for your class.
TOPIC: TEACHING SUBSTANCE AND DRUG ABUSE
LESSON PLAN ATTACHED
ONLY NEEDS TO BE 240 words
Running Header: LESSON PLAN: TEACHING SUBSTANCE AND DRUG ABUSE 1
LESSON PLAN TEACHING SUBSTANCE AND DRUG ABUSE 3
Lesson Plan: Teaching Substance and Drug Abuse
Lesson Plan Ref no:
Teaching substance and drug abuse
· To study around various drugs.
· To classify protective and risk factors linked with abuse of substances (alcohol and Drugs).
· To deliberate on addiction and what are the results of it.
· To ascertain behaviors that intensify well-being and let students to achieve life goals.
Summary of the task/Action:
For this particular grades K-12th. Students or scholars work in groups a “talk show” methodology to do research on types of drug, the addiction/recovery procedures, and effects of drug abuse on community, relatives, work, friends, school, etc. Also the will explore methods for fighting “peer pressure”.
Materials/ Equipment needed:
· Evert student to have a computer or a device that is connected to an internet.
· Accessibility to website discussing about the drugs. In this case “
Drug Information Web sites
· PBS In the Mix video:
“Drug Abuse: Altered States”
· VCR/TV (Noncompulsory)
Other Materials Could be
· SMART or chalk board to sum up answers on.
· Markers and Diagram paper and for to be used in groups.
· Masking tape
Identifying the Risks associated with drug abuse www.albertahealthservices.ca/2677.asp)
Gradation of Addiction Usage (http://www.albertahealthservices.ca/2677.asp)
Penalties associated with Addiction (http://www.albertahealthservices.ca/2677.asp)
· In conclusion of the discussion, give a summary of the essential highlights and points of what was discussed in entire session.
· Gather entire index cards from scholars. Take few minutes time to reply any queries from the cards that the scholars might have had.
· Leave scholars with info concerning how to contact you just in case they have any follow up queries they shied from asking in class.