Grade: 6-8
Subject: The Human Heart
The Heart's Physiology
What is inside the heart?
How does it work?
Why is it such an important organ?

Expected Outcome Of This Lesson Plan-
1.Students become more knowledgeable about the heart and what is inside.
2.Students realise how vital the heart is.
3.Students know how the heart works.
4.Students become more interested and curious.
Teacher Objectives-
1.Students know the names of every part of the heart and its functions.
2.makes the heart work.
3. Students know what kinds of diseases there are related to the heart, they realise that keeping it healthy is important.
3.Students understand what
Powerpoint presentation, 3D model of the heart, flash cards, worksheet
Teaching Methods-

1. Lesson Introduction-

1.Talk about why I am here.
2.What we are going to do.
3.List a couple of interesting facts.
4.Human Body informal discussion to introduce/lead into the topic.

2. Lesson Progression-

1.Using 3D model, show parts of the heart + demonstrate how everything works.
2.Use powerpoint slides when needed.
3.interesting video

3. Guided Practice-

1.Physical activity (heart rate before and after exercise).
2.Group Worksheet with questions to answer on how to keep a healthy heart; competition with point system, best group gets a prize.

4. Student Practice-

1.Give quiz before lesson to see what they know, then give the same quiz after to see what they learned since.
2.Group Worksheet

5. Learner Accommodations-

1.Talk to the class' teacher before lesson to see about difference in English speaking levels, make groups that are well mixed.

6. Assessment-

1. Roam the room and ask groups question to determine how well they are doing.

7. Lesson Closure-

1.Class discussion: were they interested? etc.
Measuring Student Progress-
1. Group assignment will be assessed.
1.What worked? What didn't?
2.How can I improve if I were to teach another class?
3.What was the outcome?
4.Make time to have a talk with class teacher for feedback.

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