Kaitlyn Hall
Mar 29, 2017

Health Comic Strip- Google Drawing

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Edited: Mar 29, 2017

If you are teaching health, and are tired of the same ol' health books, raise your hand! I have ditched the health books for a few years now, and I have turned to http://ditchthattextbook.com/googlegenius/ for many ideas. Download the free e-book and you are on your way. This is an awesome idea I got from Matt Miller and it is has never failed in my class. I have used this lesson from my hygiene unit, drug refusal skills lesson, communication skills or as an introduction to health class!

 

Template:

https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1ACk-LYBetDcAjPcalo13es3q91yBVbH0-UxRXw_sXHc/edit?usp=sharing

 

Student examples:

 

"Destroy All Bacteria" DAB

Refusal Skills

 

 

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