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Imovie Project:

Abby Miller, Emily Schug, Holly Clauson, Kelsey Woodward

Lesson Plan Template










How To Wash Your Hands




Identify importance and benefits of handwashing. Then

demonstrate hand washing. TE 64-65 LPS (Lincoln Public
School) Curriculum Standards, NE (Nebraska) Standards, and
NETS (National Educational Technology Standards).


Students should be able to successfully wash their hands after

watching this video.


The students will not need to access any form of technology as it

will be provided by the teacher.


Objective 1: Understand that proper handwashing is important and

can prevent children from becoming sick.
Objective 2: Practice appropriate personal hygiene.
Objective 3: Identify substances, such as germs, that are harmful
to the body.
Objective 4: Describe how germs are transmitted and how it
relates to personal hygiene.

Preparing the

To prepare for this lesson students will look and listen to the video
being shown. They will need to be able to sit and quietly watch a
video for a period of time.

Assessment of
Student Learning

Assessments of Student Learning (formative and

summative/individual and group; Blooms Taxonomy)

The students will learn through all six stages of Blooms

Taxonomy: Remember, Understand, Apply, Analyze, Evaluate,
and Create.
1. Remember: The students will name the objects needed to
wash hands before watching the video.
2. Understand: The students will show their understanding by
verbally retelling the reasons for washing hands and the
correct process.
3. Apply: Students will use what they saw in the video and
will wash their hands.
4. Analyze: Students will use the idea of washing their hands
in their everyday life and understand its importance to
being healthy.
5. Evaluate: Students will assess the effectiveness of their
handwashing methods using a blacklight.
6. Create: Students will learn through the creative stage of
Blooms Taxonomy by using their knowledge and
experience to practice more effective methods of

1. The teacher will sit all of the students down in front of the form
of technology used to perform this lesson.
2. Invite students to shout out different times that you would
wash your hands, and then give an example of before you eat
lunch and dinner.
3. Explore different materials used to wash your hands, such as a
towel and soap, and explain that these are the items used to
wash your hands.
4. Show the children the instructional video that was created by
the teacher.
5. After the video, invite the students to go back to their seats.
6. In groups, go to the bathroom, have the students wash their
hands like they normally would.
7. Students that are not in the group washing hands will be
working on a worksheet that is given out, that goes over the
steps of washing their hands.
8. After each students is finished washing their hands, shine a
black light over each students hands and show them how many
germs are still on their hands.
9. The invite the students to wash their hands in the way
demonstrated in the video they previously watched.
10. After all students are done shine the blacklight on their hands
again and see the difference of how many germs are gone this

of Success

The measurement of success in the lesson is looking at the success rate

of the worksheet and how well the students take what they learned
from the video shown, and applying it to how they wash their hands
while using the blacklight experiment. If they can correctly do these
activities then you know that they have learned the lesson being
taught. This lesson on hand washing can be applied in other activities
for a reminder on personal hygiene, health, and wellness. This will
incorporate different levels of metacognition because the students will
have to apply each step of hand washing and recognize the importance
of how hand washing will keep them healthy.