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Mitchell

Guido
Intro to Music Ed


Lesson Plan for How To Assingment


Grade level: N/A

Aim: How do you keep your teeth white and clean? Why is it important to do so?

Do Now: Take out your toothbrush and toothpaste (ask students to bring it in
advance). If you do not have a toothbrush, come to the front of the classroom and
take the picture of a toothbrush.

Homework: Bring a tooth brush (homework given prior to class)

Musical Element: N/A

Concept/Skill Area: N/A

Objective: After having received this lesson, the students will be able to successfully
brush their teeth without using notes or assistance from the instructor.

Standards: N/A

Materials: PROJECTOR, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Cup, water, photocopies of a
toothbrush

Procedure:

1.) Please read each step completely and thoroughly before executing it. It is
advisable to read through all of the steps before executing any of them, to
avoid having to read through a step with a mouth full of toothpaste and a
toothbrush.
2.) Take cup and fill half way with water.
3.) Take toothbrush out of container or packaging.
4.) Dip the toothbrush into the cup of water.
5.) Place the toothbrush on the desk with the bristles facing up, so that back of
the toothbrush is flat against the desk (or just touching the desk, if it is a
round toothbrush).
6.) Take the bottle of toothpaste and remove the cap. If it is a new bottle of
toothpaste, remove the sealant on the top of the tube.
7.) Squeezefrom the bottom of the toothpaste tubeuntil there is some
toothpaste protruding from the opening.
8.) Put the nozzle of the toothpaste tube to the top of the bristled section of the
toothbrush, and squeeze, moving the toothpaste tube down to the bottom of

the bristled section. The final result should be the bristled section having a
layer of toothpaste on top of it.
9.) Your set up should look like this: (use projector to show images)

10.)


The following are pictures of steps 11 13.


11.)
Now, take the toothbrush and place it in your mouthwith the
bristles and toothpaste facing upso that the toothbrush is lined up
horizontally with your front teeth, but hovering just underneath them
12.)
Move the toothbrush left and right, so that you are brushing the
bottom of your front teeth. Do 10 strokes (forward and backward equals 2
strokes).
13.)
Now, move the toothbrush so that the bristles are pressing against the
front of your front teeth, and move back and forth. Do 10 strokes.
14.)
Place the toothbrush so that the bristles are pressing against the back
of your front teeth (to the best of your ability). The best way to achieve this is
by placing the toothbrush so that it is perpendicular to your teeth, rather

than in line with them. Do 10 strokes (pushing in and pulling out, rather than
moving the toothbrush from side to side).
15.)
Repeat steps 10 through 13 with each section of the top set of teeth in
your mouth. [side note: step 13 will always be the most difficult. Just try your
best]
16.)
Repeat steps 10 through 13 with each section of the bottom set of
teeth in your mouth, with one change: for rule number 10, make sure the
bristles are facing down, so that they are pressing into the bottom row of
teeth.
17.)
After all of this has been completedthat is, that every tooth has had
the front, bottom and back brushedtake the toothbrush and gently rub
your gums and the area where your gums connect to your teeth, with the
toothbrush.
[side note: The following is the last set of steps]

18.)
Clamp teeth together, though do not put much pressure between
them, and open your mouth, as if giving a VERY big toothy smile.
19.)
Take the toothbrush and rub the bristles in a circular motion that
covers both the top and bottom front teeth. Alternate between little and big
circles, doing about 5 of each.
20.)
Repeat step 19 for all sides of your teeth, keeping your teeth clenched
and brushing both the top and bottom rows in alternating circles.
21.)
Remove toothbrush from your mouth and place on flat surface. If you
have a towel or piece of paper (something that you dont mind getting wet or
getting toothpaste on), place the toothbrush on that. Close your mouth
immediately after removing the toothbrush, so that nothing drips of it.
22.)
Take the cup filled with water, and sip some of the water out of it
without swallowing it.
23.)
Swish the water around in your mouth, about 5 times or until your
teeth feel clean, and spit it back into the cup.
24.)
If your teeth feel like they still have toothpaste on them, you can
repeat step 23.
25.)
Place toothbrush in cup of water.
26.)
Screw the cap back on the toothpaste.