Nevada Information Literacy Standards: The student who is information literate




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ECOMP 5004

Instructor: Elizabeth Gieck

Final Project, September 20, 2010

Group: Cristina Banzon, Jennifer Dobard, Faith Heath, and C. Sue Kindell

INSTRUCTIONAL UNIT: GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (Puberty)

TARGET AUDIENCE: Grade 5 Girls

PURPOSE: Instructional Unit introduces female students to the stage of human growth and development known as puberty and the female reproductive system. Guide students in exploring their feelings about maturing, and reassure the students that growth and development is a natural part of the life cycle.

OBJECTIVES:

  • Learn about key physical stages or milestones

  • Identify hygiene, nutrition, and physical activities that promote a healthy lifestyle

  • Identifies trusted and reliable sources for information


BIG IDEAS: An understanding of the process of growth and development, personal responsibilities, and hygiene.
NEVADA STANDARDS:

Nevada Health Standards:

    • 1.5.2 Explain the basic structures, function, and developmental processes of human body systems

    • 1.5.4 Identify key nutrients, and their functions, and the role they play to promote optimal health

    • 1.5.5 Identify the health-related components of an active lifestyle.

    • 3.5.1 Locate resources from home, school, and community that provide reliable health information.

    • 4.5.2 Discuss ways to communicate with others about stages of growth and development (listening, verbal, non-verbal)



Nevada Standards for English Language Arts:

    • 1.5.4 Word Analysis: comprehend, build, and extend vocabulary using context, clues, and structural analysis.

    • 4.5.5 Expository Text: use information to answer specific questions, make connections to self, other text, and/or the world.

    • 7.5.5 Listening: listen to, provide, and evaluate constructive feedback; solve problems by identifying, synthesizing, and evaluating data.


Nevada Information Literacy Standards: The student who is information literate

    • 2. Evaluates information critically and competently.

    • 3.B Uses information accurately and creatively; integrates new information into one’s own knowledge.

    • 4.A Seeks information relating to various dimensions of personal well being,

    • 5. B Devises meaning from information presented creatively in a variety of formats.

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MATERIALS:

PROCEDURE:

Students, when they reach puberty, may be too embarrassed to talk to adults. Beginning the discussion with warm up questions or sentence starters will increase the students’ comfort levels. Emphasizing how everyone experiences these natural and normal changes may help the class to maintain the right focus while learning about Puberty.

WARM UP QUESTIONS should help students make the connection between the growth stages they previously experienced, their awareness of their own growth and development, and the kinds of changes that kids undergo during middle childhood and early adolescence (the focus of this lesson). You might ask:

  • In what ways do infants and children aged 1 to 5 grow and develop?

  • Do children continue to grow in stages when they become 8, 9, 10, 11 years of age? Why or why not?

  • Why don't all people grow at the same time and at the same rate?
    (As learned in the previous lesson, all people are different and have different parents [genetics] whom they naturally follow in terms of growth.)

  • Have you noticed any changes in your own growth and development?

(Answers may vary. Encourage students to support their answers using examples.)

Unit of Instruction
Grade Five: Female Growth and Development


LESSON ONE: Puberty and Human Reproductive System Discussion **Modify script depending on the audience. **

Always Changing

Ever since you were born, your body has been growing and changing. Now that you have reached fifth grade you need to learn about the changes a girl’s body goes through as she grows from a child to a woman. This time in a girl’s life is called puberty or adolescence. The exact age that these changes take place differs for everyone, just as you all learned to walk at a different time. Each individual grows and changes at her own rate.

Puberty

Your parents, friends, and teachers will soon notice that you are growing taller and that you weigh more than you did. When you begin to notice these physical changes, it means that you are entering a phase in your life that is called puberty. This means that sometime between now and when you are 18 years old, you will change from a girl to a woman. The exact age that these changes take place is different for everyone. Each individual grows and changes at her own rate.

**If the discussion arises – remind students to be responsible with their bodies. Students need to understand although they may be physically able to have children this does not mean they are mentally and emotionally ready to become a parent.

Do Boys Change?

Boys at this age experience growth and physical changes also, but they are different from your physical changes. Changes in boys are usually less visible than in girls (see Appendix F).

Pituitary Gland and Hormones

There is a small but very important gland located at the base of your brain called the pituitary gland. This gland regulates your growth. During puberty, this pituitary gland manufactures hormones that circulate through your blood stream to all parts of the body. A hormone is a special chemical that affects body functions.

Secondary Sex Characteristics

The influence of the hormone estrogen causes obvious body changes. These body changes are called secondary sex characteristics. You will notice various changes in your body sometime between the ages of 9-16. One of the first changes you will notice is general body growth. Feminine features are beginning to happen to your body like breast development and the rounding of your hips and thighs. You are growing taller and weigh more than you did before. You will notice these changes one to two years before you start a menstrual period (See appendix D). These changes include:

1.

Increased height and weight

4.

Appearance of pubic and underarm hair

2.

Breast development

5.

Increased oil production in hair and face

3.

Rounding of hips and thighs

6.

Increased perspiration
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