The Utah Museum of Contemporary Art has provided this lesson plan to accompany the three 2022 mindfulness videos. This lesson plan covers how students can respond to and further develop the concepts explored in the videos. The lesson plans covers stress management, positive self-talk, breathing and more.
The learning modules are designed to heighten awareness of Acute Mountain Sickness and provide strategies to prevent and treat AMS. When one is exprienceing mountain sickness the best practice is to just go down! Note: These learning resources are for educational informational purposes only.
This is a video assignment for students who are taking the CTE Emergency Medical Responder course at their public high school. This lesson/project aims at helping students use and grow their filmmaking skills while applying their knowledge of what to do in medical or environmental emergencies.
This resource is a Health student activity that utilizes Utah's Online Library resources - specifically the Gale databases of InfoTrac Student Edition and Student Resources in Context - for conducting research about eating disorders.
This is a second grade lesson plan about nutrition and building blanaced meals. In this lesson, students will review the five food groups and create a video presentation showing a balanced meal they created with their family. This lesson plan was created by Sydney Blake. It aligns with 2nd Grade Standard 5 Nutrition - Standard 2.N.1: Identify food and beverage choices that contribute to good health. https://www.uen.org/core/core.do?courseNum=7020
This lesson is all about learning what the special senses of the body are and how they work. Students will use this lesson to contribute to and enhance their understanding of the nervous system and how it functions by participating in tests of their visual field, eye muscles, smell, taste, and hearing. Finally, students will review their understanding through a creative review project that uses their own unique experience of their special senses. Students will complete a quiz to also demonstrate their understanding of what has been taught. Image attribution: Senses Garden in Holon, Avishai Teicher via the PikiWiki - Israel free image collection project, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic license.
This lesson is all about learning what the special senses of the body are and how they work. Students will use this lesson to contribute to and enhance their understanding of the nervous system and how it functions by participating in tests of their visual field, eye muscles, smell, taste, and hearing. Finally, students will review their understanding through a creative review project that uses their own unique experience of their special senses. Students will complete a quiz to also demonstrate their understanding of what has been taught.
This lesson utilizes the Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation (UIT) tale, “The Eye Juggler Coyote” to enhance comprehension skills, provide an introduction to how force affects motion and give information about the UIT. The students will read the tale and then use the story to learn about gravity and balanced forces. The connection of the Ute people to the bison will also be explored. The Ute people tell stories about Coyote and other animals to their children. Based on Coyote’s mistakes, the elders teach children about proper behavior and positive attitudes. The lessons learned help them avoid making the same mistakes Coyote made and suffering the consequences in their own lives.
This image demonstrates the process of repair a bone will undergo when healing from a fracture. Starting from left to right the bone forms a hematoma, which is then replaced with fluid and spongy callus, then the callus ossifies replacing the callus with osseous tissue, and then finally remodels itself to the normal form with a slight thickening over the previously fractured bone tissue.
This is a unit of study that focuses on Healthy Lifestyles. Students will learn about healthy eating, sleep and exercise . They will track their data and set a goal to improve their health.
This is a student-driven project idea for any Health or Physical Education courses. Students have the opportunity to create an instructional video demonstrating proper technique on a muscle group of their choosing. They will demonstrate their knowledge in a creative way, and have the potential to share their work with a wider audience other than their own class and teacher. Image: Rio 2016 - Weightlifting by Luca Florio via Flickr
Per Utah Code 53G-10-402 parental consent is required prior to instruction in this content.This lesson explains the changes that boys in Upper Elementary and Middle School can expect as they enter puberty and suggestions on how to respond to these changes. It also explains the purpose and process of intercourse in regards to reproduction. The materials included are designed for boys taught either by a certified medical professional or in the home by parents/guardians. This lesson contains:Images from Advocates for YouthA video from the Puberty Workshop on eMediaCover Image
This resource is a Health student activity that utilizes Utah's Online Library resources - specifically the EBSCO Explora Middle or High School database - for conducting research about disaster preparation.
This lesson utilizes the Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation (UIT) tale, “Why Buzzard Is a Loner” to enhance comprehension skills, provide an introduction to the importance of personal hygiene and drama. Although some Native American Indian stories can only be told during the winter time, this story can be told any time of the year. The tale will be read aloud to the students who will then dramatize the story as it is read again. Then students will have a presentation from a health practitioner, school counselor or the school nurse on healthy teeth maintenance (i.e., brushing, flossing, rinsing, etc.)Extensions include learning more about birds in Utah and lessons that give more information about the Ute people. The cultural note states, “Just as the birds in this story held a council meeting to decide how to deal with Buzzard. Ute people, to this day, have council meetings to discuss problems and solutions for their people. At these meetings, everyone has the right to express his or her opinion and be heard and listened to.”