Female Reproductive Health Lesson Plan
Familiarize students with the function and capacity of the female reproductive system, with
an emphasis on monthly menstruation patterns and body functions.
In preparation for this lesson:
Review the Body Basics video and be prepared to answer questions and discuss it with your
Print off a copy of the Female Reproductive System to review with your student.
Female Reproductive System
Body [Read on...]
Prenatal and Maternal Health Lesson Plan
Discuss the important steps that new mothers should take to ensure their health and the health of their child.
Discuss important changes that occur during pregnancy that mothers should be aware of.
Prenatal & Maternal Health pdf
First Trimester film at:
Activity (for M-level)
Start by watching the First Trimester film. Talk about anything you student finds new or
Take turns [Read on...]
Teachers should remember to use the “real world” in their class rooms. The more the students are exposed to the language as something useful, the more they will be interested in learning it. Studies show that when you know some English, you can learn more just by using it.
My point is to practice English with your student. I know many [Read on...]
Save weather maps, reports, and temperature listings. Read over the material with the student. Ask the student questions such as: “If you live in Pittsburgh , should you wear a sweater today?” “Should you carry an umbrella in Kansas City?” “Will you go swimming in Minneapolis?”
Save greeting cards. Make up a scenario and have the student choose an appropriate card. [Read on...]
Letters can look very different depending on the typeface used. To help the learner recognize letters in a different kind of type, select examples of different styles of a letter from magazines or newspapers. Cut them out and paste them on a sheet of paper. Make a separate sheet for each letter. As an alternative, ask the learner to find [Read on...]
Asking questions is an essential part of teaching, but how long do you wait for answers? According to a study cited in “Questions, Anyone?” by Sheryl Slocum, most teachers allow about one second for students to respond. The study stated that waiting three seconds for answers to questions will almost always bring longer answers that show more thought.
It is important [Read on...]
Notes you take during the lesson will come in handy:
• to record new vocabulary that might come up. If you stop to teach a new word, make a note to review it in your next lesson.
• when your student expressed a particular concern or interest. You can take a minute to offer a short-term solution and then build on the [Read on...]
In this new year of 2005 we wanted to remind you of a few of the important strategies you are probably using as a tutor and ask you to re-commit to providing the best learning environment possible for your student.
Set a purpose for the lesson. Tell the student what he/she is going to learn before you begin. “We are going [Read on...]
This is a beginning/intermediate level activity in which your student recreates a joke step-by-step. Allot about 15-20 minutes for this activity.
Word List: butcher – greengrocer – lettuce – nail(s) – rabbit
A (1) goes into a (2)’s shop and asks, “Have you got any (3)?” The (4) says, “We don’t sell (5) here. You need the (6)’s across the road.” The [Read on...]
Encourage purposeful reading:
Use margin symbols: start with an easy set (+-!) and add to it later-identify things students agree with, things they don’t understand, things that interest them, and things they want to remember (for starters).
Two versions of the same news story (different days or different sources), then compare and contrast.
Use universal charts (KWL, 5W’s, C/E, Pros/Cons, timeline) See http://teachers.teach-nology.com/web_tools/graphic_org/
Divide [Read on...]