Presentation on theme: "Benjamin is a second grader that needs help staying healthy! He has been getting very sick lately, and does not feel his best when he goes to school."— Presentation transcript:
Benjamin is a second grader that needs help staying healthy! He has been getting very sick lately, and does not feel his best when he goes to school. He is also very sleepy when he gets to school. Do you have any tips for how he can live the healthiest life possible? What different habits can he practice now to be healthier? IntroTask ProcessEvaluationConclusion
Imagine you are Benjamin’s best friend, and want to help him be healthy! You will: 1) With a partner, make a poster for other kids to see that shows them the steps to being healthy 2) Write Benjamin a letter telling him why being a healthy kid is important Task IntroTask ProcessEvaluationConclusion
Process Step 1: With a partner, brainstorm the most important parts of being a healthy kid. Step 3: Make a poster with your partner for your classmates to see that shows them the most important parts of being a healthy kid! Write down at least one fact from each web page (each fruit) that you learned about being healthy. Step 4: Write a letter to Benjamin explaining to him why being a healthy kid is so important. This should be in paragraph form. Click on the fruit for web resources! Step 2: Use the Internet to learn more about being healthy and growing up. You can click on the different fruits to access the web. TaskIntro Process EvaluationConclusion
Evaluation How well did you do? I worked well with my partner to complete the poster. Our poster is neat and easy to read. I wrote a letter to Benjamin that is clear. I demonstrated an understanding for basic health habits. I worked pretty well with my partner to complete the poster. The poster is not very neat and not easy to read. I wrote a letter to Benjamin that is hard to follow. I demonstrated a decent understanding for basic health habits. My partner and I sometimes got off task because we could not agree on the poster. The poster is difficult to read and lacks multiple facts. The letter I wrote to Benjamin is missing basic facts. I am still trying to understand basic health habits. My partner and I did not work together on the poster. The poster was not clear and did not include multiple facts. I wrote a letter to Benjamin, but it did not have any facts in it. I did not demonstrate any type of understanding of basic health habits. TaskIntro Process EvaluationConclusion
TaskIntro ProcessEvaluationConclusion Thank you for helping Benjamin learn what it takes to be a healthy kid! He should be very thankful to have a good friend like you. You have told him what foods are good to eat, why sleep is so important, and other good health habits. You should have learned more about being healthy too!