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Lesson Plan For: Sexual Health

Name: Christa Koep

Content area: Early Childhood Education (CFS)

Grade level: Kindergarten Unit: Reading and Vocabulary Integrated health topic: Good touch, bad tough, and private body parts. Lesson Plan Name: Beach Day! o Resource: Resource: 25 November, 2013.#3875. Vocabulary for Tar Beach.Teacher.Net. Retrieved from: http://teachers.net/lessons/posts/3875.html o Lesson Background: They are near the beginning of the unit. So far students have covered what characteristics make up a beach. They have also discussed what activities can be done while at the beach. After this lesson the students will be able to define vocabulary that goes along with beach as well as words from the book in this lesson. To continue the unit the children will discuss the season in which you go to the beach.

Learning Objectives o Content: When asked to define the set of vocabulary words students will be able to do so accurately, with six out of seven correct. o Health: Given a specific scenario, students will respond correctly with either a yes or no to answer if the touch is appropriate or not, with 90% accuracy as charted by the teacher. o Health Standard(s): 4.2.1 Demonstrate healthy ways to express needs, wants, and feelings. 4.2.3 Demonstrate ways to respond in an unwanted, threatening, or dangerous situation. 5.2.1 Identify situations when a health-related decision is needed. 7.2.2 Demonstrate behaviors that avoid or reduce health risks. Procedure o Introduction: -Ask children to review the ideas of what characteristics makeup a beach. -Introduce the book Tar Beach by: Faith Ringgold, and ask the students to predict what the story will be about. o Steps:

Read the book Tar Beach to the students. Ask questions throughout the book to keep children engaged.

After reading the book ask children to share their thoughts about the book and how it made them feel. Discuss with children the idea of definitions and what it means. Introduce the seven vocabulary words and put each word as well as its picture in the pocket board. Have students share their ideas on what each word means. Read one definition at a time and have children tell you what word the definition belongs too. Discuss with children what they would wear to the beach. Send each child to their desk and have them color in the beach worksheet. Bring students back together and complete Touching Safety Lesson Bring students back together and have them share their ideas on what are appropriate and inappropriate ways to be touched by another individual.

o Closure:

-Have children write/draw in their journals each vocabulary word they learned today. -Also have children reflect in their journal on the activities that they completed today. -Ask some students to volunteer to share what they have put into their journals. -Explain to students that tomorrow they will be discussing more about beaches and what time of the year it is appropriate to go to the beach.

o Assessment: Throughout the lesson ask children comprehension questions that require more than a yes/no answer. Collect students journals to assess the vocabulary words they have written or drawn to see if they have matched to correct definition as well as spelling.

Interactive Activity/Concept:

Touching Safety o Resource: 25 November, 2013.Teaching Touching Safety. Retrieved from: http://www.catholicschools-phl.org/uploads/2011/09/Kindergarten_1.pdf

Concept: This activity relates to the health portion of the lesson plan by having children respond to different scenarios of being touched by another individual. The children will discuss what good and bad touch means and how they should respond when they feel that a touch is inappropriate. Materials Needed: -

Beach scene worksheet. Discussion questions


Hand out worksheet to children and ask them to color it. Bring children back together and have them bring their worksheets. Discuss with children the different body parts by using the worksheet as a guide, including parts that need to be covered. Discuss with children the words yes and no and how each should be communicated. Teach children to distinguish the difference between a good touch and a bad touch. Give examples of good touch and bad touch (see attachment) Ask children to give their own examples of a bad touch. Give children multiple scenarios of good and bad touches and have them respond with a yes or no (see attachment) Review with children what they should do if they feel that someone has touched them appropriately.

Instructional Strategy Category: Experimental Learning o Specific Teaching Strategy: Active Learning

Peanut: A nutlike seen that grows in underground pods Chicken: The meat from the bird by the same name, used as food. Watermelon: A large, juicy fruit that grows on vines. It usually has a thick, green rind, many seeds and sweet, red, watery pulp. Ice Cream: A sweet, frozen dessert made from milk products, various flavors, and sweeteners. Factory: A building where products, such as cars or chemicals, are made in large numbers, often using machines. Bridge: A structure built over a river, railway, etc., so that people or vehicles can get to the other side. Beach: A strip of sand or pebbles where land meets water.

Examples Good Touch: It feels good to be hugged and kissed by people you love. For example: When Mommy gives you a hug & kiss after you fall down to make you feel better. When your sibling gives you a hug when you get home. When Daddy give you a good night kiss. When Grandma and Grandpa come to visit and everyone gets a hug. Bad Touch: Touches that make you feel uncomfortable are usually bad touches. You dont have to keep a secret when someone gives you bad touches. Dont feel that you are bad. Whoever gives you a bad touch is the one who is bad, not you. Your body belongs to you. For Example: If the touch hurts. If someone touches your body where you dont want to be touched. If the touch makes you want to run away. It is a bad touch if the person tells you not to tell anyone. Discussion Questions A stranger offers to but you ice cream. Should you go with him/her? A man says he has lost his little kitten and wants you to help find it. Should you go with him? Your friend asks you not to tell her sister about her surprise birthday party. What do you say? A grown up wants to get you a treat for not telling that he/she touched you in a way that made you feel icky. What should you say? A friend of the family wants you to touch their private parts. What should you do?