Dr. Tooth Needs Help!

Created by Cathy Blewett

Introduction Task Process Resources Evaluation Conclusion

 

INTRODUCTION

Oh no!  Sugar monsters broke into Dr. Tooth's dentist office.  The thieves stole his posters about healthy smiles.  Now Dr. Tooth does not have any posters to show the children when they come to visit him.  Dr. Tooth is very upset.  We have been learning about health in class so I told him not to worry, my class would come to the rescue! 

 

TASK

You will be working in groups of three to find information about dental health. It is your job to create a poster about the important steps to a healthy smile.  You will also need to answer questions about dental care and health.  When your poster is finished you will explain the steps to a healthy smile to the class.      

 

PROCESS  

Each group member will have a job assigned by the teacher.

 The Ready Reader will read the information and look up any new words in

               the  dictionary. 

 The Willing Writer  will record the information on the worksheet.

The Computer Controller  will operate the computer. 

1.  Click on the pencil and print the worksheet. 

2.  Visit the Websites in the "Resource" section. 

3.  Answer the questions on your worksheet as you read the information. 

4.  Create a list of at least 5 steps to a healthy smile. 

5.  Design, create and illustrate your poster.  The "Willing Writer" will write the information on the poster.  The "Computer Controller" and the "Ready Reader" will illustrate the information. 

6.  All group members explain the steps to a healthy smile to the class.    

 

RESOURCES

Click on the pictures below to find the information you need.     

                                                                                    

                                         

EVALUATION

 

  Outstanding 4 Nice Job  3 Take Your Time  2 Oops! Try Again  1 Your Score
 

Group Work

 

Your group  worked well together.  Everyone did their assigned job.  Yahoo! Your group worked well together most of the time.  Everyone did their assigned job.  Your group had some trouble working together and everyone did not do their assigned job.  Your group had trouble working together.  You did not follow your job assignments.  
Use of Class Time You used your time well. Your group focused on getting the project done. You were not disruptive to others.  Thanks for being such great workers!
 
You used your time well. Your group usually focused on getting the project done and never or rarely distracted others.  Keep it up!
 
You used some of your time well. There was some focus on getting the project done.  You occasionally distracted others.  Try harder next time!

You did not use your class time to focus on the project and you were disruptive to others. 

 

Group Presentation

 

Your presentation was awesome and entertaining.  You did not read from the poster. Your presentation was good but you read a little information from the poster. Your presentation could have been better.  You read too much information from the poster. Your presentation did not go very well.  You read all your information from the poster.  

Poster

Your poster is very neat and colorful.  You included 5 or more correct steps to a healthy smile.  You took your time and it shows. Awesome!

Your poster is  neat and colorful.  You only  included 4 correct steps to a healthy smile.  You took your time and made it look nice.  Good!

Your poster isnít very neat or colorful. You only included 3 correct steps to a healthy smile. You could have spent more time on your poster. I know you can do better. Your poster was messy. You did not include the correct steps to a healthy smile.  You need to try it again!
 
 

 

CONCLUSION

Congratulations!  You have learned about dental care and now you know the steps to a healthy smile.  Dr. Tooth says, "Thank you for saving the day!"