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Unit Title:            Responsibility                                                           Subject: CAPP
Lesson Name or Number: 4 (of )                                                                  Grade: 7
Name:

Rationale: Students need to realize that they are a small but integral piece to the larger world; more than ever we are
all becoming global citizens.
Prescribed Learning Outcome(s):
 ROAR Program (Respect, Ownership, Attitude, Responsibility)
 CAPP grade 7 Personal Development (Healthy Living)
It is expected that students will:
 Give examples of how personal health relates to the environment, the economy, and society
Instructional Objective(s): SWBAT to view responsibility through a global lens.
Preparation:
  Teacher                                                                Students
  Bring a piece of over packaged goods to the class.                     Students will bring a piece of over packaged goods to the
  Write questions and criteria for presentations on the                  class.
  board prior to class, in the morning.

Lesson Activities:
 Teacher Activities                                                      Student Activities                                     Time
 Introduction (anticipatory set):
 Discussion: “what does over packaging mean?”                            Participate in the discussion                          5 min
 “how can we be responsible global citizens?”
 Body:
 Talk about how to talk in front of a group:                                                                                    5 min
     - Look up every one or two sentences
     - Speak in a loud clear voice
     - Wait until everyone is listening
     - Know that everyone is supportive of you
                                                                         Give 5 minutes to come up with a brief one             5 min
                                                                         minute talk about the over packaged good.
                                                                         Criteria:
                                                                         Answer these questions:
                                                                             - “What is my object?”
                                                                             - “How is my object over packaged?”
                                                                             - “How I think my object could be
                                                                                  packaged in a way that is healthier for the
                                                                                  environment”
                                                                             - “What I can do to help this problem?”            20
  Students each speak for one minute about the item                      Students each speak for one minute about the           min
  that was over packaged. I will assess them out of 5                    item
  based on their presentation.
  Closure:
  Discussion: “What can we do as a class to fix this
  problem?”
Assessment and Evaluation:
I will assess the students based on their presentations for this lesson.
Materials and Resources: (including organizational and/or behavioural management strategies).
Over packaged good that I can talk with the kids about as an example.
Extensions and Adaptations:
The potential is present for this project to span into a much larger global responsibility campaign….
Reflections (if necessary, continue on separate sheet):
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                                                Responsibility for the Environment
                                                              Rubric

                                                                  (5 Point Scale)




            5                a) Thorough planning
                             b) Outstanding example of over packaged goods
                             c) Coherent plan for how the problem could be solved, indication of
                                willingness to follow through on this plan
                             d) Good presentation skills (confident)


             4               a) Evidence of planning
                             b) Good example of over packaged goods
                             c) Coherent plan for how the problem could be solved, lacking willingness
                                to follow through on this plan or plan not feasible
                             d) Presentation skills lacking


             3               a)    Little evidence of planning
                             b)    Satisfactory example of over packaged goods
                             c)    No plan of action or idea of how the problem could be solved
                             d)    Presentation skills require prompting


             2               a)    Lack of planning (good idea but no initiative displayed)
                             b)    Poor example of over packaged goods
                             c)    No plan of action or idea of how the problem could be solved
                             d)    Poor presentation skills


             1               a)    No planning evident (comes to school without over packaged goods)
                             b)    No example of over packaged goods (tells class of idea he or she had)
                             c)    No plan of action or idea of how the problem could be solved
                             d)    Poor presentation skills


             0               Refusal to participate in the activity




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