Concepts of Teaching and Learning

Simple Lesson Plan Example 1. Introduction • This lesson will help young children, who happen to be hospitalized elementary-school students, review information about the food pyramid. 2. Purpose / Rationale for the Lesson • This lesson is important because it will help students learn more about healthy eating habits. • This lesson will provide the student with information that can be used after he/she has been discharged from the hospital. • The lesson will raise students’ awareness about the food pyramid. • The lesson will help students develop skills in using the Internet to find information. 3. Goals and Objectives Instructional Goals • The goal of this lesson is to raise students’ awareness about healthy eating and to provide printed material as well as Internet information for future reference. Learning Objectives Cognitive • As a result of this lesson, students will be able to identify specific foods in each category with 90% accuracy. Page 1 of 4 Simple Lesson Plan Example © 2005, South University
NSG4028 / Concepts of Teaching and Learning Affective • During a class discussion, students should be able to express their opinions about what constitutes healthy eating habits. Every student will participate in the discussion. Psychomotor • After a demonstration, students will able to search the Internet to find information about the food pyramid and complete a worksheet with 90% accuracy. 4. Instructional Methods and Evaluation of Learning Objective Content Instructional Method Time Allotted Resources Method of Assessment/Evaluation Cognitive Domain: Identify specific foods in each category Give a brief lecture about the food pyramid and its purpose. Use a lecture guide (handout) with pictures to guide students through the food groups. Invite students to participate in the discussion by asking them to identify foods in each category and check Lecture, Discussion 10 min. Handout For Learners: Group-Discussion Complete lecture guide/handout. For Instructor: Reflective Thoughts about Lesson Suggestions for Revision Page 2 of 4 Simple Lesson Plan Example © 2005, South University
NSG4028 / Concepts of Teaching and Learning Objective Content Instructional Method Time Allotted Resources Method of Assessment/Evaluation them off on the handout. Affective Domain: Express an opinion about what constitutes healthy eating habits Ask students to consider their normal eating habits and the foods they like to eat most often. Brainstorm a list of what students consider to be healthy eating habits. Ask students to give the reasons for their responses. Evaluate the list as a group. Agree on a list of healthy eating habits. Whole-group discussion Brainstorming 10 min. Chalk board or white board For Learners: Group-Discussion For Instructor: Reflective Thoughts about Lesson Suggestions for Revision Psychomotor Domain: Search the Internet to find information about the food pyramid Demonstrate how students can visit the Web site below. Ask them to read information provided for specific food groups. Demonstration Computer assisted instruction 20 min. PC or McIntosh Access to the Internet Web sites: Food Pyramid- For Learners: Worksheet For Instructor: Reflective Thoughts about Lesson Suggestions For Revision Page 3 of 4 Simple Lesson Plan Example © 2005, South University
NSG4028 / Concepts of Teaching and Learning Objective Content Instructional Method Time Allotted Resources Method of Assessment/Evaluation Have students identify suggested serving sizes and vitamin content, which they will use to complete the worksheet. Food Label


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