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Preventable Diseases. Topic : Drugs and Alcohol Teacher : White Grade: Date: Period(s): Bloom’s Taxonomy Level : Creating Relationship to Current Content in Regular Classroom : Talking about preventable diseases in class (*) indicates accommodations and modifications. Learning Target.

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Preventable diseases

Preventable Diseases

Topic: Drugs and Alcohol

Teacher: White

Grade:

Date:

Period(s):

Bloom’s Taxonomy Level: Creating

Relationship to Current Content in Regular Classroom: Talking about preventable diseases in class

(*) indicates accommodations and modifications


Learning target

Learning Target

I can use reliable online resources to create a brochure which explains one disease which is caused by alcohol or illegal drugs.


Aasl common core crosswalk

AASL/ Common Core Crosswalk

  • 1.1.2 Use prior and background knowledge as context for new learning.

  • 1.1.4 Find, evaluate, and select appropriate sources to answer questions.

  • CC.11-12.L.6 Vocabulary Acquisition and Use: Acquire and use accurately general academic and domain-specific words and phrases, sufficient for reading, writing, speaking, and listening at the college and career readiness level; demonstrate independence in gathering vocabulary knowledge when considering a word or phrase important to comprehension or expression.

  • CC.11-12.W.8 Research to Build and Present Knowledge: Gather relevant information from multiple authoritative print and digital sources, using advanced searches effectively; assess the strengths and limitations of each source in terms of the task, purpose, and audience; integrate information into the text selectively to maintain the flow of ideas, avoiding plagiarism and overreliance on any one source and following a standard format for citation.


Vocabulary

Vocabulary

  • Preventable

  • Symptom

  • Diagnosis

  • Treatment

  • Cure


Agenda

Agenda

  • Alcohol and drugs are for better or worse, an accepted part of our society. Unfortunately, we are wealthy enough to buy consumables that can destroy our health—a luxury many cultures don’t have. Our goal today is to find our how drugs and alcohol work to destroy our bodies and rob us of our health.

  • The internet has allowed virtually anyone to express and communicate their ideas to the entire world. Why is this a problem?

  • Information is not checked for accuracy

  • The author may be unknown and stupid

  • The author may have an evil, hidden purpose—political, religious, financial, violent

  • Examples of reliable databases include:

  • Enoch Pratt Free Library

  • Gale Online Library

  • TSS (Baltimore City Public Schools)

  • Show samples of locally available databases:

  • Enoch Pratt Free Library

  • MedlinePlus, a government web site

  • Gale Online Library

  • TSS (Baltimore City Public Schools)

  • Demonstrate navigation through MedLine Plus and Gale Virtual Reference Library.

  • So now we get to the part where we choose a topic. What will your topic be? Get your topic from the resources themselves.

  • Now that a topic has been chosen, what information will you be trolling for?

  • Name of the disease

  • A description of the disease

  • Symptoms of the disease (word wall word)

  • Diagnosis of the condition (word wall word)

  • Treatment (word wall word)

  • Cure (word wall word)

  • Prevention of recurrence (word wall word)

  • How will you take Cornell notes?

  • How will you transfer your information to a brochure?

  • How will you give credit to the sources of information?

  • How will you save your information?

    *Extended time for completion of assignment

    *Additional time for reading assignment

    *Use of Free Natural Reader to decode text

    *One-on-one time with the teacher

    *Visual demonstrations

    *Presentation of material in small steps

    *Manuscript writing rather than cursive

    *Process charts

    *Visual or multisensory materials


Time for browsing silent reading nd book checkout

Time for Browsing, Silent Reading, nd Book Checkout

*Clearly defined limits

*One-to-one contact

*Seating to reduce distractions


Exit ticket

Exit Ticket

What question did you wish to answer?

What keywords did you use?

Which database did you search?

What answer did you find?

Record the citation here.

What difficulties did you encounter when using this database?


The following slides may be of use for this lesson

The following slides may be of use for this lesson.


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When it comes to your health, bad information is not an option.

My example: Diverticulitis and a change in eating habits.


Reliable resources are fact checked by editors and librarians

Reliable resources are fact-checked by editors and librarians.


Gale resources online reference books

Gale Resources—online reference books

Searches every page of every book with just one keyword search!


92 enoch pratt free library databases

92 Enoch Pratt Free Library Databases

Some databases require you to have a library card.

Some databases must be used in the library only.

Includes ancestry.com, which is very expensive if you had to pay for it yourself.


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TSS

Databases

Baltimore City

Public

Schools


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TSS Databases


Www bcpss org click log in

www.bcpss.orgClick LOG IN


Your lunch number your first name first letter capitalized

Your Lunch Number Your First Name (first letter capitalized)


Search by keywords or just click

Search by keywords or just click.


Citation at end of article copy it as part of your notes

Citation at end of article—copy it as part of your notes.


Medline plus

Medline Plus


Topics blue links

Topics=Blue Links


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Start here…

…then read these as well.


Gale databases

Gale Databases

www.baltimorecityschools.org/425

Click the link.


Password bcps

Password=bcps

Click the link.


Cornell notes

Cornell Notes


Citation

Citation

If you don’t have information for a particular step, then skip that step.

If you use the Gale databases, the work is done for you at the end of the article.


Creating a brochure

Creating a Brochure

Start Button

All Programs

Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office Publisher 2007


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Note that you have two pages—front and back.


What goes where type over placeholder text with your own text

What goes where? Type over placeholder text with your own text.

THIS IS PAGE ONE.


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THIS IS PAGE TWO.


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DO NOT SAVE YOUR WORK ON ANY LIBRARY COMPUTER. The computers are designed to dump your work within a few hours. Always save your work on a thumb drive or your email account before you leave your computer for the period.


Rubric

Rubric

Name of Disease

Description of Disease

Diagnosis

Symptoms

Treatments

Cures

Prevention


Let s try it together

Let’s Try It Together


Let s do it on our own

Let’s do it on our own.


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