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Introductory video Josh Blue – Standup Comedian: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gT9-VNOTJa4 Behavioral Objectives: 1.Raise your hand before speaking 2. Listen to other while they are speaking 3. RESPECT!!! - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7tfoFzTdPQ&feature=fvst
Teachers should be aware of general health status of their students and take note of any changes.
There is an increasing number of students with extensive health problems that are entering the educational system.
With this movement , more students that are medically fragile ( use heart monitors, oxygen tanks) are being placed in the general ed. classrooms.
Teachers should participate in the IEP meetings so they are aware of the needs of their students.
Epilepsy What? – A disorder of the brain.
When nerve cells suddenly begin to fire together, a wave of electrical energy sweeps through the brain, causing a seizure.
-Seizures interfere with the brains normal functions. They cause a child to have a sudden change in consciousness, movement, or sensation.
-Seizure Disorder can be used interchangeably with epilepsy.
-Having one seizure doesn’t mean a person is epileptic. It must occur more than once and have an unknown cause.
Types: Three types. Generalized Seizures- when the electrical disturbance involves the whole brain. Partial Seizure-s- When only part of the brain is affected. Partial Seizure Secondarily Generalized- Starts in one part then spreads. Not Enough? – www.epilepsyfoundation.org
Inclusion tips to prevent infection Roll out 2 paper towel sections. One to dry your hands the other to turn off the faucet. Turn on the faucet. Wet hands under water. Apply soap. Work up a generous lather. Rub hands in a circular motion covering all parts of the hand. Each area is to be rubbed with soap ten times for 10-30 seconds. Rinse. Dry on the paper towel rolled out in the beginning. Discard in a receptacle. Turn off the faucet with the dry paper towel. Use the dry paper towel to open the door. If only hot air dryers are available, use a tissue or newspaper, or even clothing.
The students will have their left hand taped and will be given a cup with M&M’s inside. The students will attempt to pull the M&M’s out of the cup and then will be required to write a paragraph (with their taped hand) about what they learned from this activity, while they are writing they will be unexpectedly tossed a ball to catch. Gauntlet!