Old Lesson Plan 4-22-26-13

 

CH. 28.2  CPR and Choking  First Aid

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday             Week 6

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Competency:

3a,c d, 6c,g, h,7a

CCS: RST.9-12.4-5

CCS:WHST.9-12 4&9

Assessment 3a,c d, 6c,g, h,7a

CCS: RST.9-12.4-5

CCS:WHST.9-12 4&9

3a,c d, 6c,g, h,7a

CCS: RST.9-12.4-5

CCS:WHST.9-12 4&9

3a,c d, 6c,g, h,7a

CCS: RST.9-12.4-5

CCS:WHST.9-12 4&9

3a,c d, 6c,g, h,7a

CCS: RST.9-12.4-5

CCS:WHST.9-12 4&9

Intro/Set:

 

Pre-bell –green bullet, page 728.

 

The students will finish Q & A on fainting safety.

Pre-bell – 28.1lesson review, page 729.

 

The teacher and students will discuss Q & A 28.1 on shock safety.

Pre-bell – Reading √ check, page 743.

The students will finish Q&A on 28.2 on Life-Threatening Emergencies.

Pre-bell –  Reading tutor, 28.2 = 1-2

The students will finish Q & A 28.2 on CPR and first aid for adults.

Pre-bell –  Reading tutor 28.2 = 3-4

The students will start on Q & A. 28.2 on CPR and first aid for children.

Guided Practice:

 

The teacher and students will discuss Q & A 28.1 on fainting safety.

The teacher and students will discuss pre-bell and 28.1 Q & A 28.1 on shock safety.

 

The students will organize notes and study for test.

The teacher will introduce the lesson.

 

The students will read main ideas.

 

The teacher and students will discuss Q&A on 28.2 on Life-Threatening Emergencies.

The teacher will introduce the lesson.

The students will read main ideas.

The teacher and students will discuss 28.2 on CPR and first aid for adults.

The teacher will introduce the lesson.

The students will read main ideas.

The teacher and students will discuss Q & A. 28.2 on CPR and first aid for children.

Independent practice:

The students will complete worksheet 28.1 on fainting safety.

 

The students will complete test on 28.1. First Aid

The students will complete worksheet 28.2 on Life-Threatening

Emergencies.

The students will complete worksheet 28.2 on CPR and first aid for adults.

The students will complete worksheet on CPR and first aid for children.

 

CH. 28.2  CPR and Choking  First Aid

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday            Week 6

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Closure:

 

The teacher will review independent practice with students.

 

The teacher and students will discuss Q & A 28.1 on shock safety.

 The students will turn in organize notes, tests, and pre-bells for a grade.

 

The students will start on Q&A 28.2 Life-Threatening Emergencies.

 The teacher will review independent practice with students.

The students will start on Q & A. 28.2 on CPR and first aid for adults.

 The teacher will review independent practice with students.

The students will start on Q & A. 28.2 on CPR and first aid for children.

 The teacher will review independent practice with students.

 

The students will start on Q & A.  28.2on choking for adults.

Resources:

 

The teacher and students will use questions, worksheets, Glencoe software, online, videos, IAS.G, and textbook.

The teacher and students will use questions, worksheets, test, Glencoe, Smart Board using teacher Resources software, online, videos Learn 360.com, IAS.G, and textbook.

The teacher and students will use questions, worksheets, Glencoe software, online, videos, IAS.G, and textbook.

The teacher and students will use questions, worksheets, Glencoe software, online, videos, IAS.G, and textbook.

The teacher and students will use questions, worksheets, Glencoe software, online, videos, IAS.G, and textbook.

Homework:

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Assessment:

Take up independent practice for a grade.

Take up independent practice, notes, daily pre-bells, and test for a grade.

Take up independent practice for a grade.

Take up independent practice for a grade.

Take up independent practice for a grade.

Progress Monitoring: Peer- helper(s), Teacher’s Notes, Students notes, Re-test,  Smart Board using teacher Resources(NOTE TAKING), Make-up day for missed or incomplete work, Teacher Observation, Test Scores, Conference with student and parent, Pre- and  Post-Test.