Subject/Grade: 5/6 Lesson Title: Positive Self Image Teacher: Chelsey Sharpe
Stage 1: Identify Desired Results
USC 5.4 Analyze the connections between personal identity and personal well-being, and establish strategies to develop and support a positive self-image.
–Describe the qualities that are important in a person, regardless of their gender, culture, appearance, sexual orientation, abilities, and/or language.
Students will be able to know the qualities in a person that is not dependent on their gender, culture, appearance, abilities and/or Language.
What qualities are important in a person, regardless of their gender, culture, appearance, abilities, and/or language?
Stage 2: Determine Evidence for Assessing Learning
|Students will answer this question in their journal as an exit slip: Does one’s gender, Culture, appearance, abilities and language change who that person is? Yes or No and why|
Stage 3: Build Learning Plan
|Set: Time: 10 minutes
To get the students thinking about I will ask questions such as
Development: Time: 30 minutes
I will go from group to group asking them questions such as:
Does a friend have to the same gender as you?
Does a friend like the same things as you?
How do you help your friends?
How do your friends make you feel?
We will then discuss how they feel when they are nice to a person then compared to when they are mean? And how it takes someone saying 10 nice things to cancel 1 bad thing.
We will also talk about what makes them a good person, what are their qualities?
As a class we will discuss how there ideas have nothing to deal with gender, Culture, abilities or language?
Then the students will answer: Does ones gender, Culture, appearance, abilities and language change that person? Yes or No and why?
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For this lesson I want the EAL students to work with students that are strong in English. This way the group think about the language differences
|Stage 4: Reflection|
|The students were really engaged with this lesson because I allowed them to work in groups. However, ironically one group had to be separated do to arguments within the group.|