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Through the Eyes of the Eagle

This lesson is a good multicultural connection for health education and is aligned to the book titled, “Through The Eyes of The Eagle” by Georgia Perez. This lesson helps students to identify examples of physical activity in the past and present. Students will be able to understand that diabetes is a disease and can be associated with unhealthy habits.

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Content Area

  • Health

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  • Lesson Plan

Grade(s)

  • 3rd Grade
  • 4th Grade
  • 5th Grade

Course(s)

  • Health 3
  • Health 4
  • Health 5

Standard(s)/Course Objective(s)

  • (3)3.3 - Discuss nutrition and physical activity practices in various cultures around the world.
  • (3)3.4 - Describe ways that physical activity can be incorporated into daily routines
  • (3)6.1 - Define communicable (contagious) and non-communicable (non-contagious) disease. List examples of communicable and non-communicable diseases.
  • (3)6.2 - Describe positive personal health behaviors that prevent the spread of germs and illness/disease.
  • (4)3.4 - Describe ways that physical activity can be incorporated into daily routines.
  • (4)6.1 - Define communicable (contagious) and non-communicable (non-contagious) disease. List examples of communicable and non-communicable diseases.
  • (4)6.2 - Describe how decisions regarding health behaviors can prevent illness/disease and promote good health.
  • (4)6.4 - Describe how lifestyle choices affect personal health, such as smoking, overeating, and physical inactivity.
  • (4)6.6 - Describe how informed decisions regarding health behaviors develop positive health goals.
  • (5)3.3 - Compare nutrition and physical activity habits in diverse cultures.
  • (5)6.2 - Explain preventative measures to protect from illness/disease.
  • (5)6.4 - Predict how decisions regarding health behaviors may have positive and negative consequences on self and others.
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