Balance: The equality among components

Third Grade Students: Ages 8-9
-Learning to manage feelings and emotions
-Becoming more independent and mature
-Passionate about meaningful subjects
-Speak with grammatic accuracy
-Express selves in writing
-Read multiple genres
-Better spatial understanding
-Starting on complex math problems
-30 minute attention span

Piagetian Developmental Level: Concrete Operational Stage

Vygotskian Considerations
-Stage one of ZPD: Need help with those more capable or experienced.

Prior experience will be limited.

Mathematical

Equality among equations

Health

Eating a balanced diet

Food Pyramid
-Grains
-Fruits
-Vegetables
-Dairy
-Meats
-Sugars/Fats

Examples:
_Apples instead of fries
-Baked chicken instead of fried
-Whole grain bread instead of white

Prototype:
-Apple
-Chicken

Atypical Examples:
-Milk instead of juice
-Dried fruit instead of trail mix
-Carrots with birthday cake

Non Example:
-Frozen Burritos
-Cookies
-Ice Cream

Misconceptions:

Overgeneralization
-All vegetables are equally healthy
-All sugar is bad
-Meat is always good for you

Undergeneralization
-Anything that grows is a fruit
-All animal meat can be eaten
-All cows give milk

Conceptual Understanding
-Fruits grow from flowering part of plants
-Vegetables are other parts of plants
-Farmers are crucial to food production

Positive Instances
-Apples are fruit because they have seeds
-Potatoes are vegetables because it is the root

Negative Instances
-Tomatoes are vegetables
-Food production is not effected by farmers.

Emotional Balance

Healthy Choices
-Food
-Exercise
-Sleep

Science

State of equilibrium

Physical

Balance while being active

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