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FCS Lesson Plan

Name: Julia Brandt

Date 10/22/2014

Cooperating Teacher/Mentor: Mary Beth Ohlms

Organization: Fontbonne University

Grade/Age Level: Adults

Length of Lesson: 45 min.

Title of Lesson: Encouraging Mindfulness with Breathing (Micro teaching #2)

1. Goal(s)
12.2.2 Analyze the impact of social, economic, and technological forces on individual growth and development.
14.1 Analyze factors that influence nutrition and wellness practices across the lifespan.
14.1.1 Explain physical, emotional, social, psychological, and spiritual components of individual and family wellness.
14.1.2 Analyze the effects of psychological, cultural, and social influences on food choices and other nutrition practices.
2. Prior Knowledge
Prior knowledge will be assessed by:
Beginning the class with by Im stressed on the board, and asking each student to write on a scrap piece of paper 3-5 things that
are stressing them out right now. Ask the students to look at their list and reflect upon it, and then rip it up. Instructor will then ask
the class if they have ever practiced breathing activities for stress relief before.
3. Learner Outcomes: In the
space below, enter your outcomes
(two or more) that attend to the
following:

Prior to the lesson, all


students will be able to list 3-5
things that stress them out
(affective-disclose
information).
Prior to the breathing activity,
all students will agree to try
the breathing activity for stress
relief (affective).
Following the breathing
activity and breathing Prezi, all
students will be able to identify
one breathing technique that

4. Assessment of Learner
Outcomes: In the space below,
describe your assessment
procedures that attend to the
following:
Ask the students to list 3-5
stressors in their life on a
piece of scrap paper at their
seat. Once they have reflected
upon their current stressors,
ask them to rip the paper up.
Open discussion on the board
about what the students feel
breathing activities could do
for their stress levels.
Ask students if they will agree
to openly try a breathing
activity for their stress.

5. Procedures: In the space


below, describe what you, the
teacher, will do to ensure student
learning:

I will pull up the breathing


activity videos and the Prezi
on the computer so that it is
ready for future use within the
lesson.
I will write Im stressed and
Possible benefits of breathing
activities for my stress on the
board prior to students
entering the classroom.
I will then ask for any student
volunteers to share what they
think about breathing activities
and if it can affect their stress

6. Questions: In the space


below, identify questions that you
can ask that will reflect and
promote the stated outcomes:
What are you stressed about?
(Knowledge)
What is your opinion of
breathing activities?
(Evaluation)
Rate your willingness to try
breathing activities for stress
on a scale of 1-10
(Evaluation).
Identify 1 breathing activity
that appealed to you from the
breathing video or the Prezi.

FCS Lesson Plan


Name: Julia Brandt

Date 10/22/2014

Cooperating Teacher/Mentor: Mary Beth Ohlms

Organization: Fontbonne University

Grade/Age Level: Adults

Length of Lesson: 45 min.

Title of Lesson: Encouraging Mindfulness with Breathing (Micro teaching #2)

helped them relax and will


then create an instructional
plan explaining to someone
how to perform the breathing
technique (affective-valuing).

Play video for opening


breathing activity. Turn lights
down and instruct students to
place all of their books, bags,
etc. on the floor.
Provide the students with a
brief Prezi presentation about
the breathing activities for
stress relief. Test the students
knowledge of what they
learned on the Prezi by asking
each student to identify on
breathing activity that
appealed to them.
Allow the students to each
construct an instructional plan
of how to perform their chosen
breathing technique
End the lesson with the longer
breathing activity video. Turn
the lights down, all books,
bags, etc. on the floor out of
sight, and both feet on the
floor.

levels.
After discussion, I will turn on
the breathing activity video.
Once the video has ended, I
will deliver the breathing for
stress relief Prezi to the class.
Once the presentation has
ended, I will assess the
students knowledge of what
was just presented by asking
each student to identify one
breathing activity that
appealed to them from the
video or the Prezi.
Once the discussion has
commenced, I will instruct the
class to begin mapping out
their plan for their breathing
activity instructional plan.
After a few minutes set aside
for brainstorming, I will ask the
students to put all of their
things on the floor, and I will
play the final breathing activity
video. Lights down, all items
on the floor, standing.

Lesson Materials: Breathing video 1: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/24/easy-meditation-technique_n_3313047.html


Prezi: http://prezi.com/jk7pgc35rb7u/deep-breathing-for-stress-reduction/
Breathing video 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tz8ZE2kidBk
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