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Digital Unit Plan Template Unit Title: Nutrition and Exercise Unit Content Area: Physical Education Name:

Jason Grenon Grade Level: 7th

CA Content Standard(s)/Common Core Standard(s): Physical Education 3.2 Evaluate individual measures of physical fitness in relationship to patterns of physical activity. 3.5 Participate in moderate to vigorous physical activity a minimum of four days each week. 4.2 Identify physical activities that are effective in improving each of the health-related physical fitness components. 4.5 Describe the role of physical activity and nutrition in achieving physical fitness. Big Ideas: 1. We need to be accountable for what we eat. 2. Good nutrition is important for our health. 3. It is essential to be physically active during this media-age. 4. We can change our eating and activity habits to become healthier. Unit Goals and Objectives: Each student will be able to: 1. Students will describe what good nutrition is and what it is not. 2. Students will learn how to track their food intake and exercise daily, so they can improve make necessary changes to improve their health. 3. Analyze their findings on how many calories, fat, protein, sodium they consumed daily on average 4. Explain ways in which they can adjust their diet and exercise to meet the goals in the online tracker, myfitnesspal.com 5. Students will demonstrate their new learning of healthy habits as they make a personalized health brochure. 6. Describe the USDA food guidelines on RateMyPlate.gov to improve health. 7. Learn how to navigate around on the Internet to find information to support critical thinking skills on a particular topic using a Webquest.

Unit Summary: In this unit, the students will be learning about what good nutrition is and how to improve their dietary intake. The students will learn about the benefits of daily physical activity. They will use their learning logs to answer thought provoking questions, as well as they will be tracking what

they eat and drink on an online tracking website. They will be discovering how many calories, fat, sodium, sugar, and carbs they are consuming each day. The students will also track their exercise. They will analyze their findings and decide on ways to improve their dietary and exercise habits. Assessment Plan: Entry-Level: KWL chart filled out in learning logs about what you know and want to know about nutrition and exercise.

Formative: * Survey Monkey~ Survey of learned lecture points on nutrition and exercise *Quizlet~ Online flashcards of definitions of calories, fat, sugar, sodium, and carbohydrates *Puzzle Maker (Discovery Education)~ Fun word search to bring to mind health-related words vocabulary *Quia Web~ Play nutrition and exerciserelated games to strengthen vocabulary Instructional Strategies: Communication Collection Collaboration Presentation Organization Interaction

Summative: *Finish KWL chart in learning logs~ what you learned about Nutrition and Exercise *Jukeboxprint~Create personalized diet and exercise online brochure

Lesson 1 Student Learning Objectives: Each student will be able to: - describe what good nutrition is and what it is not. - learn how to track their food intake and exercise daily, so they can improve make necessary changes to improve their health. - analyze their findings on how many calories, fat, protein, sodium they consumed daily on average -explain ways in which they can adjust their diet

Acceptable Evidence: 1. After the first part of the lecture, students will pair-share in collaborative groups what good nutrition means. Students will then share with the class what their partners said about nutrition. I will listen to see if they met the objective. 2. I will evaluate their food and exercise logs to see if they have completed the necessary steps. 3. The brochure each student constructs will demonstrate their

Lesson Activities: 1. At the beginning of the lecture, students will fill out a nutrition KWL chart. 2. Fill out an anticipation guide on nutrition. 3. Complete a KWL chart on exercise. 4. Fill out an anticipation guide on exercise. 5. Take guided notes during lecture. 6. Meet in collaborative groups to discuss content from lecture. 7. Register at Myfitnesspal.com and use an online dietary and exercise tracker for 1 week. 8. Use learning logs to take notes throughout the week concerning their daily logs. 9. Analyze their results and create a brochure to demonstrate how they can make their lives healthier by what they eat and how much exercise is right for them. 10. Describe the USDA food guidelines on RateMyPlate.gov

and exercise to meet the goals in the online tracker, myfitnesspal.com -demonstrate their new learning of healthy habits as they make a personalized health brochure. -describe the USDA food guidelines on RateMyPlate.gov Lesson 2 Student Learning Objective: Each student will be able to learn how to navigate around on the Internet to find information to support critical thinking skills on a particular topic using a webquest. Lesson 3 Student Learning Objective: Each student will be able to identify healthy eating goals and display them, including examples creatively in an online graphic organizer. Unit Resources:

understanding of the subject matter.

Acceptable Evidence: Each students webquest assignment will be completed, and the accuracy of the answers will determine if the student has met the learning objective.

Instructional Strategies: Communication Collection Collaboration Presentation Organization Interaction

Lesson Activities: Students will be given a series of higher level critical thinking questions to answer on nutrition and exercise. They will perform a webquest where they will search for answers to the nutrition and exercise questions using the website that is given for each question.

Acceptable Evidence: Each student will have a completed graphic organizer with all of the necessary components as described in the directions and rubric.

Instructional Strategies: Communication Collection Collaboration Presentation Organization Interaction

Lesson Activities: Each student will be able to identify what the eight healthy eating goals are on the President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition website: fitness.gov; type them into a digital graphic organizer on an Internet tool named Popplet; and list examples for each goal.

Digital Lesson Plan Site: http://grenonpeunitplan.weebly.com California Content Standards Assessments:

*Survey Monkey
*Quizlet *Puzzle Maker (Discovery Education) Lesson 1: Nutrition and Exercise presentation- Sliderocket, Guided Notes , Myfitnesspal, My Plate Video Lesson 2: Nutrition and Exercise Webercise (embedded) Lesson 3: Popplet graphic organizer example and additional Popplet graphic organizer template Useful Websites: Myfitnesspal American Academy of Pediactics Choose My Plate Nutrition.gov Self Nutrition Data