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Kindergarten:
Lesson PlanStudents will learn how germs are made and how germs are passed to someone. Students will learn how to properly wash their hands and how to keep from passing germs.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn how germs are made and how germs are passed to someone. Students will learn how to properly wash their hands and how to keep from passing germs.(Under 3 ratings)
1st Grade:
Eating Healthy and StayingTo educate the student on the importance of eating the right kinds of foods to stay healthy and to exercise to stay fit.(Under 3 ratings)
Happy tooth Sad toothReviewing all the things we can do to take care of our teeth along with the things we should avoid.(Under 3 ratings)
Happy tooth Sad toothReviewing all the things we can do to take care of our teeth along with the things we should avoid.(Under 3 ratings)
Health-- Taking Care Of My TeethStudents will learn the the importance of brushing their teeth. Standard: ELA.1.RI.1(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to identify the skull,spinal cord, and know the difference between a ligament and tendon.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to identify the skull,spinal cord, and know the difference between a ligament and tendon.(Under 3 ratings)
Science/Health/Reading-Human BodyStudents will draw and write about a specific internal body part of their choice explaining what it does and why it is important.-Assignment #1 Students will write an opinion describing which book they liked the most and telling how it helped them to learn more about the human body.-Assignment #2(Under 3 ratings)
The Busy Body BookStudents will be able to ask and answer key details about a text. Students will create a page by drawing and describing an internal body part to contribute to a class book. Students will write an opinion describing which book they liked best and why.(Under 3 ratings)
Ventures Basic - Unit 4Students will identify health problems. Students will interpret a medicine label. Students will identify reasons for a visit to a doctor.(Under 3 ratings)
2nd Grade:
All About GermsStudents will be able to identify what germs are and how they spread. Students will demonstrate their understanding by completing a germ writing prompt and creating their own germ by completing a writing and drawing activity with a score of complete.(Under 3 ratings)
Apples, Broccoli, and Carrots Oh My!define what a healthy food is. eating the rainbow and the food pyramid.(Under 3 ratings)
Hand HygieneStudents will be able to explain the steps to effective hand washing for disease prevention in a writing and drawing activity.(Under 3 ratings)
3rd Grade:
Build a Food PyramidThe student will understand how a healthy diet and exercise can increase the likelihood of physical and mental wellness.(Under 3 ratings)
Hungry Human HipposGames Kids can play during P.E.(Under 3 ratings)
The Food PyramidStudents will be able to identify the parts of the food pyramid and why they are needed to stay healthy. Stydents will construct their own pyramid which will include what they eat in a day. Students will be able to identify which foods are healthy versus what is unhealthy.(Under 3 ratings)
Ventures 2 - Unit 4Students will develop speaking, listening, and writing skills. Students will read and understand medicine labels, including warnings on labels. Student will complete an accident report. Students will understand a bullet or number list.(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade:
Health and Nutrition*Students will learn the five food groups *Students will learn the importance of eating nutritious food in order to maintain optimal health *Students will learn what it is to have a balanced meal using the five food groups(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1. Student will be able to draw appropriate "wash hand process step by steps using graphic organizers with 95% accuracy 2. Student will be able to demonstrate the knowledge of daily shower by using daily log as record. 3. Student will wear clean cloth to school everyday, and able to record the laundry day as well.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1. Describe transmission of disease causing organism. 2. Understand how keeping clean helps prevent the transmission of disease causing organisms.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1. Identify and practice desirable habits: exercise, rest, cleanliness, and a nutritional meal. 2. Understand the importance of keeping us healthy 3. Name and Identify healthy foods(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade:
NutritionTSW understand the difference between junk food and nutritious food. TSW also know what types of food and how much of each should be on their plate at each meal.(Under 3 ratings)
NutritionTSW understand the difference between junk food and nutritious food. TSW also know what types of food and how much of each should be on their plate at each meal.(Under 3 ratings)
Nutrition and ExercisingStudents will be able to read and understand the nutrition labels on food, learn physical exercises that will aid to their health, and have the ability to select better food choices.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade:
"Should All Americans Have the Right (Be Entitled to Health Care?"Students should be able to recall that the purpose of an argument is to persuade readers to agree with the writer's position. Students will construct an argumentative extended response to the article.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 1 Grade 6The student should be able to identify the 4 parts of health and explain how the 4 parts of health affect your wellness.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 1, Lesson 2 Grade 6The students will be able to explain how heredity influences your health as well as how the environment affects your health.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2, Lesson 4 & 5SWBAT distinguish between short-term & long-term goals. Sw learn the terms goal, self-esteem, success, interest, resource, mentor.(Under 3 ratings)
EBP1Students will be able to identify the nutritional advantages and disadvantages of food groups and make recommendations to their teams on the best food choice for a space settlement by completing a graphic organizer with a minimum score of 36/45 points.(Under 3 ratings)
Personal HygieneStudents will practice personal hygiene habits everyday. They will brush their hair, brush their teeth, use deodorant and make sure their clothing is clean and wrinkle free before proceeding onto our community based experienced jobs.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade:
3/24 HealthStudents will be given their books and introduced to the topics that will be covered during health class. Students will have an opportunity to explain what facets of health education they are most interested in learning about and then have an opportunity to participate in an icebreaker conversation in an attempt to help them be more comfortable with the group as well as the material.(Under 3 ratings)
3/25 HealthStudents will be introduced to the topic of health with the understanding of how they are connected.(Under 3 ratings)
3/26 HealthStudents will be able to identify and create solutions for risk behaviors they encounter in their own lives or the lives of those around them.(Under 3 ratings)
4/1 HealthStudents will distinguish between types of communication and demonstrate effective strategies for using each. They will also be able to identify ineffective strategies. These types of communication will be - interpersonal, nonverbal, verbal, body language, telephone, internet, and written communication.(Under 3 ratings)
4/10 HealthStudents will read understand what stress is and is not, be able to identify stressors and learn stress management skills.(Under 3 ratings)
4/11 HealthStudents will wrap up any additional stress management material and read the passages on Depression and Suicide Prevention. Students will be able to explain the symptoms of prolonged depression and how to confront it, and be able to identify steps to take if they suspect someone is having suicidal thoughts. Students will create a script detailing steps toward suicide prevention.(Under 3 ratings)
4/2 HealthStudents will learn factors that influence personality and how to deal with them(Under 3 ratings)
4/3 HealthStudents will understand the 6 hallmarks of good character (honesty, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, citizenship) and be able to explain the relationship between self-respect, self-esteem, and good character.(Under 3 ratings)
4/4 HealthStudents will present their own evaluation of hallmarks of good character and give personal examples of the importance of each.(Under 3 ratings)
4/7 HealthStudents will be able to discuss the ways in which addictive behaviors develop and be able to create scenarios in which an addictive behavior is present. Students will be able to determine the difference between an addictive behavior and a harmful habit.(Under 3 ratings)
4/8 HealthStudents will read the relevant passages and role play anger management skills. There will be time for personal reflection within the group.(Under 3 ratings)
4/9 HealthStudents will read the relevant passages and discuss their own experiences with anxiety. Students will understand the 5 stages of the grieving process and how to comfort a grieving person.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 1 Your Health & Wellness Lesson 1Students will be able to: -Identify the three parts of the health triangle -Describe the relationship between health and wellness -Explain how to balance your physical, mental/emotional, and social health(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 1 Your Health & Wellness Lesson 2Students will be able to: -Identify factors that influence your health. -Explain the role that behavior and choices play in health. -Describe how your attitudes affect your health.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 1 Your Health & Wellness Lesson 3Students will be able to: -Identify skills that can help you stay healthy. -Explain why health skills are skills for life. -Demonstrate how to analyze media influences.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 1 Your Health & Wellness Lesson 4Students will be able to: -Identify how to make responsible decisions. -Explain why values are important when making decisions. -Practice the decision making process.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 1 Your Health & Wellness Lesson 5Students will be able to: -Explain why having goals is important -Describe how to set goals. -Develop a strategy to reach your goals.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2 Health & Wellness Lesson 1Students will be able to/Today I will Learn: -Explain what your self concept is. -Identify influences on your self-concept -Describe how you can build a positive self-concept.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2 Mental & Emotional Wellness Lesson 1Students will be able to: -explain what your self-concept is -identify influences on your self-concept -describe how you can build a positive self-concept(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2 Mental & Emotional Wellness Lesson 2Students will be able to: -Identify the traits of good character. -Explain how character develops. -List ways of showing good character(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2 Mental & Emotional Wellness Lesson 3Students will be able to: -Explain what causes the emotions we experience. -Express strong feelings healthfully. -Discuss why abstinence is important for teens.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2 Mental & Emotional Wellness Lesson 4Students will be able to: -Explain what stress is. Describe how your body responds to stress. -List ways to manage stress.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 2 Mental & Emotional Wellness Lesson 5Students will be able to: -Describe types of emotional problems. -Recognize the warning signs of suicide. -Identify sources of help for emotional problems.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 4 Nutrition Lesson 1Students will be able to/Today I will Learn: -Identify the six main classes of nutrients. -Determine what foods you can eat to obtain the nutrients you need. -Recognize the foods high in fiber.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 4 Nutrition Lesson 2Students will be able to: -Discuss how to use the My Pyramid food guidance system. -List the names of the five food groups. -Demonstrate how to plan a nutrient-rich meal using My Pyramid.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 4 Nutrition Lesson 2Students will be able to/Today I will learn: -Discuss how to use the MyPyramid food guidance system. -List the names of the five food groups. -Demonstrate how to plan a nutrient-rich meal using MyPyramid(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 4 Nutrition Lesson 3Students will be able to: -Recognize influences on your food choices. -Identify guideline to make healthy food choices. -Analyze key nutrients in a food product.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 4 Nutrition Lesson 4Students will be able to/Today I will learn: -Explain how to maintain a healthy weight. -Identify problem eating behaviors. -Demonstrate decision-making skills to help a friend.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 4, Lesson 4 & 5The Students will describe characteristics of a good sport. Students will also describe 2 types of weight training. Students will list safety tips for lifting weights.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 5 Physical Activity Lesson 1Students will be able to/Today I will Learn: -Explain the benefits of regular physical activity. -Identify the elements of physical fitness. -Recognize the two main types of exercise. -Practice healthful behaviors with your family.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 5 Physical Activity Lesson 2Students will be able to/Today I will learn: -Identify the parts of a fitness plan. -Develop fitness goals. -Describe the benefits of warm-ups and cool downs. -Create a schedule to achieve fitness goals.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 5 Physical Activity Lesson 3Students will be able to/Today I will learn: -Describe treatment for sports-related injuries -Develop fitness goals. -Apply the skill of advocacy to inform other teens about exercise.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 6 Personal Health Lesson 1Students will be able to/Today I will Learn: -Recognize ways to keep your teeth and gums healthy. -Identify ways to take care of your skin. -Describe how to care for hair and nails. -Apply the skill of advocacy to inform others about proper tooth and gum care.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 6 Personal Health Lesson 2Students will be able to/Today I will learn: -Describe how to care for your eyes and ears. -Explain how to protect your hearing.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 6 Personal Health Lesson 3Students will be able to/Today I will learn: -Identify factors that influence your consumer choices. -Explain ways to choose health products wisely. -Analyze how the media influences consumer choices.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 6 Personal Health Lesson 5Students will be able to/Today I will learn: -Identify the different types of health care providers. -Explain the importance of regular health checkups. -Apply the skill of advocacy to raise awareness of health problems.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 7 Your Body Systems Lesson 1Students will be able to/Today I will Learn: -Recognize ways to keep your teeth and gums healthy. -Identify ways to take care of your skin. -Describe how to care for hair and nails. -Apply the skill of advocacy to inform others about proper tooth and gum care.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 7 Your Body Systems Lesson 2Students will be able to/Today I will Learn: -Recognize ways to keep your teeth and gums healthy. -Identify ways to take care of your skin. -Describe how to care for hair and nails. -Apply the skill of advocacy to inform others about proper tooth and gum care.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 7 Your Body Systems Lesson 3Students will be able to/Today I will Learn: -Recognize ways to keep your teeth and gums healthy. -Identify ways to take care of your skin. -Describe how to care for hair and nails. -Apply the skill of advocacy to inform others about proper tooth and gum care.(Under 3 ratings)
Chapter 7 Your Body Systems Lesson 4Students will be able to/Today I will learn: -Explain how medicines help you. -Identify information on medicine labels. -Access reliable health information on medicines.(Under 3 ratings)
CRS Day 3TSWBAT: 1. Identify one positive relationship they have in their life. 2. List positive ways to treat a dating partner. 3. List positive ways a dating partner will treat them.(Under 3 ratings)
CRS Day 4TSWBAT: 1. Explain what kind of communicator they want to. 2. List additional ground rules when discussing sexual health. 3. List 1 reason why people have sex and 1 reason not to have sex. 4. Name 1 way to show you love your partner without having sex.(Under 3 ratings)
CRS Day 5TSWBAT: 1. list 3 ways people can get STDs. 2. list 3 general symptoms of STDs. 3. Describe 3 ways a person can eliminate or reduce their risk of getting an STDs(Under 3 ratings)
CRS Day 6TSWBAT: 1. list 3 ways people can get STDs. 2. list 3 general symptoms of STDs. 3. Describe 3 ways a person can eliminate or reduce their risk of getting an STDs(Under 3 ratings)
CRS Day 7TSWBAT: 1. get the gist through a close read on HIV/AIDS. 2. List the symptoms/prevention/definition/ways HIV/AIDS is spread 3. Present to their piece of the "Jig saw" to students 4. write via take notes on the other students "jig saw" piece.(Under 3 ratings)
CRS Day 8TSWBAT: 1. Recall information related to yesterdays lesson via a review game. 2. Communicate a strong NO message using I messages. 3. List the steps to the "I message" formula.(Under 3 ratings)
Drug Unit Day 3TSWBAT: review what they have read by completing the text based questions. TSWBAT: explain the gist of the reading to a partner. TSWBAT: Use evidence from the text to complete the text based questions.(Under 3 ratings)
Mrs. Hoffmann Communication, Relationships & Sex Education (CRS) 1/27-1/30 2014TSWBAT: 1. Identify at least 3 or more effective tips for listening. 2. State 1 way to improve their communication skills(Under 3 ratings)
Scholastic News - Choices March 2015The Dreaded Doctor's Visit: To synthesize information, students will: apply the main idea to one's own life; write creatively in response to an article Luc is Laughing his way Through the Pain: Too understand someone else's experience, students will discuss empathy to develop and to apply the main idea to one's own life.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
Chapter 6, Fitness ProjectStudents will be able to list 4 of their favorite fitness activities that they can do in their local community. Students will research the different activities they chose and create a booklet.(Under 3 ratings)
Effective CommunicationStudents will explore healthy and effective communication skills to maintain healthy relationships.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Occupations 3/4/13 - 3/8/13Students will build a foundation of the most important prefix/suffix terms in healthcare.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Science 3/4/13 - 3/8/13Students will increase their usable vocabulary of medical terms using common prefix/suffix list. Build skills for BLS(Under 3 ratings)
Healthy WeightStudents should be be able to recognize healthy weight ranges and set healthy weight goals by creating a healthy weight goal checklist.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will explore healthy and effective communication skills to maintain healthy relationships.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe student will be able to compare approaches to time management. The student will be able to identify how the decisions can affect goals. The student will illustrate how to use time wisely.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanLearning goal: Today you should be able to explain different body disorders and the cause and effects on them.(Under 3 ratings)
Skeletal SystemThe student recognizes ways that body structure and function relate to personal health.(Under 3 ratings)
The Skeletal SystemI can describe the parts and functions of the skeletal system. I can label 22 bones of the skeletal system with their scientific and common names. I can demonstrate the motion of the following joints: hinge, pivot, gliding and ball and socket. I cand discuss the problems of the skeletal system. I can explain ways to take care of the skeletal system.(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade:
Day 6: my Health and Wellness UnitTSWBAT: 1. Explain in written format the step a teen can take now, to reduce their risk of heart disease. 2. Identify signs of skin cancer 3. state their position on the use of tanning beds(Under 3 ratings)
Day 7: My Health & WellnessTSWBAT: 1. Explain my position on the use of tanning beds through written essay format. 2. Argue my position, for or against, the use of tanning beds with my peers.(Under 3 ratings)
Healthy and Unhealthy RelationshipsBy the end of the lesson students will be able to: • Apply the concepts of healthy relationships to their own interpersonal relationships • Be aware of the warning signs of unhealthy relationships and know where they can go to receive help(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo create a safe and supportive collaborative environment for students to share To Introduce students to the history and benefits of yoga and mindfulness and how it is relevant to their daily lives Set classroom expectations and guidelines.(Under 3 ratings)
My Health & Wellness Day 4TSWBAT: 1. Identify the gist of the reading, "the story of crabwell grommet" 2. Review what they have read by completing a text based question WS.(Under 3 ratings)
My Health & Wellness Unit: Day 3TSWBAT: 1. Define Positive & Negative health behavior 2. Identify 3 Pos & 3 Neg behaviors they have on each side of the triangle.(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education - Body Dysmorphia DisorderTEACHER NOTE: Ask the student - How many of you have something about yourself that you don't like? What are we talking about today? - Today we are talking about Body Dysmorphic Disorder. What is Dysmorphia? - deformity or abnormality in the shape or size of a specified part of the body What is Body Dysmorphia? - a cycle of obsessive thoughts about one or more parts of their body which they believe to be noticeably flawed(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education - Body Dysmorphia DisorderTEACHER NOTE: Ask the student - How many of you have something about yourself that you don't like? What are we talking about today? - Today we are talking about Body Dysmorphic Disorder. What is Dysmorphia? - deformity or abnormality in the shape or size of a specified part of the body What is Body Dysmorphia? - a cycle of obsessive thoughts about one or more parts of their body which they believe to be noticeably flawed(Under 3 ratings)
Relationships and LoveBy the end of the lesson, students will be able to: • Understand the different types of relationships from friendship to love • Explain the different types of love • Define the dimensions of love(Under 3 ratings)
Self-EsteemStudents will gain knowledge on self-esteem, by learning about different aspect of emotion and the different ways people can detect that a person either have high, low or moderate self-esteem.(Under 3 ratings)
Substance Abuse Day 6TSWBAT: 1. Write the gist of the article. 2. explain the gist using at least 4 vocabulary words defined from the article. 3. provide constructive feedback to a peer using the rubric.(Under 3 ratings)
Substance Abuse Day 7TSWBAT: 1. provide constructive feedback to a peer using the rubric. 2. complete text based questions, using the evidence they have gathered.(Under 3 ratings)
The Family UnitBy the end of the lesson, students will be able to: • Define the different types of families in American society • Explain the various ways families discipline their children(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
Adolescence and Adulthood1.) Compare the physical changes that occur in boys and girls during adolescence. 2.) Describe the mental and emotional changes that occur during adolescence. 3.) Describe the social changes that occur during adolescence. 4.) Identify added responsibilities teens have during adolescence. 5.) Name three ways that changes during adolescence have affected your life.(Under 3 ratings)
Adolescence and Adulthood1.) Compare the physical changes that occur in boys and girls during adolescence. 2.) Describe the mental and emotional changes that occur during adolescence. 3.) Describe the social changes that occur during adolescence. 4.) Identify added responsibilities teens have during adolescence. 5.) Name three ways that changes during adolescence have affected your life.(Under 3 ratings)
Adolescence and Adulthood1.) Compare the physical changes that occur in boys and girls during adolescence. 2.) Describe the mental and emotional changes that occur during adolescence. 3.) Describe the social changes that occur during adolescence. 4.) Identify added responsibilities teens have during adolescence. 5.) Name three ways that changes during adolescence have affected your life.(Under 3 ratings)
Adolescence and Adulthood1.) Compare the physical changes that occur in boys and girls during adolescence. 2.) Describe the mental and emotional changes that occur during adolescence. 3.) Describe the social changes that occur during adolescence. 4.) Identify added responsibilities teens have during adolescence. 5.) Name three ways that changes during adolescence have affected your life.(Under 3 ratings)
AED/ExamsTo teach the students how to use the Automated External Defibrillator.(Under 3 ratings)
AED/ExamsTo allow the students to ask any questions they may have about the upcoming exam. The students will also be able to get any study material that they are missing in order to better prepare for the test.(Under 3 ratings)
AED/ExamsTo test the student's knowledge of the material covered in the class up until this point.(Under 3 ratings)
Building Life Skills1. State the importance of practicing life skills for lifelong wellness. 2. List 10 life skills that you need for a healthy life. 3. Predict how you can use each of the 10 life skills in your daily life.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 1Explain the expectations of the course. Understand the course set-up, content subject of course, and types of activities and assignments students will need to accomplish. Demonstrate ability to use course tools and access announcement section, calendar of lessons and assignments, course lessons, due dates, dropbox, teacher contact information and class connect time. Identify the subject matter and scope of course. Explain expectations and appropriate behaviors during class connect sessions. Explain blackboard tools that the students will be using during Class Connect sessions such as the whiteboard, app share, web tour, emoticons, raise your hand, microphone, chat, polling, ect Understand course objectives, process, assignments, and, journals Explain the process of the course.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 101. Identify and examine the negative affects of tobacco and alcohol 2. Define BAC 3. Address issues concerning alcohol and tobacco use and addiction(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 111. Identify illegal and legal drugs and their effects on the body, particularly the brain, sensory, and your ability to produce dopamine.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 121. Explore what is involved in body piercing, tattoos, and cosmetic surgery 2. Discuss why people engage in these activities 3. Research the health risks associated with these activities(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 131. Identify and describe injuries 2. Identify and describe first aid procedures(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 141. Discuss considerations to think about before beginning to date. 2. Identify resources available to help deal with relationship problems. 3. Identify three types of relationships. 4. Describe three skills to help maintain friendships. 5. Discuss considerations to think about before beginning to date. 6. Identify resources available to help deal with relationship problems. 7. Identify three types of relationships. 8. Describe three skills to help maintain friendships.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 21. Define and understand health 2. Identify and explain the components of health to include physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being 3. Identify, describe and list traits of healthy physical health 4. Identify, describe and list traits of healthy mental, emotional and social health 5. Identify reliable sources of health information 6. Understand the process of decision making 7. Identify risks to your health 8. Identify and understand external and internal influences on your decisions and life 9. Explain interpersonal communication 10. Identify and set goals(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 31. Define sense of self. 2. Describe positive and negative influences on one's sense of self. 3. Explain strategies to enhance one's sense of self. 4. Describe active listening skills. 5. Describe the elements of effective communication. 6. Explain how effective communication is related to health.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 41. Discover and understand ways to identify people with mental or emotional health problems 2. Identify and understand ways to help those with mental or emotional health problems 3. Identify health risks such as depression, eating disorders, and suicidal thinking 4. Identify the ways in which mental and emotional health problems are treated 5. Explain signs and ways to help those suffering from depression, suicidal thinking, and eating disorders. 6. Discuss setting goals and ways to help build up yourself. 7. Discuss effective communication as a way to avoid stress and risky behavior.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 5Explain the benefits of eating healthfully. Describe the nutrients the body needs and name a source for each nutrient. Identify ways to prevent or reduce the risk of developing certain diseases. Explain the benefits of eating healthfully. Describe the nutrients the body needs and name a source for each nutrient. Identify ways to prevent or reduce the risk of developing certain diseases. Explain the benefits of eating healthfully. Describe the nutrients the body needs and name a source for each nutrient. Identify ways to prevent or reduce the risk of developing certain diseases. Interpret food labels and nutritional claims. Describe elements of healthful snacks and meals. Identify the influences on the food you eat.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 61. Describe the relationship between weight and health. 2. Assess personal weight recommendations. 3. Identify healthful ways to gain and lose weight.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 71. Describe the benefits of physical activity. 2. Explain the difference between low, moderate, and vigorous physical activity. 3. Identify the recommendation for daily physical activity. 4. List ways to get the recommended amount of physical activity.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 81. List appropriate physical activities to participate in. 2. Identify influences on physical activity level. 3. Describe steps for setting a physical activity goal. 4. Identify and describe basic Yoga positions.(Under 3 ratings)
Health Lesson 91. Identify and explain concepts from Unit 4 concerning the importance of Physical Activity to one's health(Under 3 ratings)
Health Science Education- Cardiology- PULSEContinued.....(Under 3 ratings)
Health Science Education- Cardiology- PULSEContinued.....(Under 3 ratings)
Health Science Education- Cardiology- PULSEContinued.....(Under 3 ratings)
Health Science Education- Cardiology- PULSEThe students will learn what a pulse is and where is comes from as well as abnomalities related to pulse and how to assess pulse- Health Science Standards: 1.1, 1.3, 8.3. Common Core Standards: *Read Information text, follow steps, answer evidence-based questions*(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDS1. Describe how HIV infects the body's immune system. 2. Summarize the symptoms in each of the phases of HIV infection. 3. Identify three ways that HIV is spread. 4. List five ways that HIV is not spread. 5. State how a ten can know if he or she is at risk for HIV infection.(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDS1. Describe how HIV infects the body's immune system. 2. Summarize the symptoms in each of the phases of HIV infection. 3. Identify three ways that HIV is spread. 4. List five ways that HIV is not spread. 5. State how a teen can know if he or she is at risk for HIV infection.(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDS1. List four ways to protect yourself from HIV and AIDS. 2. Describe the process of getting tested for HIV. 3. Summarize the treatment for HIV infection and AIDS. 4. State three ways a person living with HIV infection can delay the progression from HIV to AIDS. 5. Identify four ways you can help an HIV/AIDS program in your community.(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDSTo test the students knowledge of everything we have learned concerning HIV and AIDS.(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDS1. Describe how HIV infects the body's immune system. 2. Summarize the symptoms in each of the phases of HIV infection. 3. Identify three ways that HIV is spread. 4. List five ways that HIV is not spread. 5. State how a ten can know if he or she is at risk for HIV infection.(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDS1. Describe how HIV infects the body's immune system. 2. Summarize the symptoms in each of the phases of HIV infection. 3. Identify three ways that HIV is spread. 4. List five ways that HIV is not spread. 5. State how a teen can know if he or she is at risk for HIV infection.(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDS1. List four ways to protect yourself from HIV and AIDS. 2. Describe the process of getting tested for HIV. 3. Summarize the treatment for HIV infection and AIDS. 4. State three ways a person living with HIV infection can delay the progression from HIV to AIDS. 5. Identify four ways you can help an HIV/AIDS program in your community.(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDS1. Describe how HIV infects the body's immune system. 2. Summarize the symptoms in each of the phases of HIV infection. 3. Identify three ways that HIV is spread. 4. List five ways that HIV is not spread. 5. State how a ten can know if he or she is at risk for HIV infection.(Under 3 ratings)
HIV and AIDSTo test the students knowledge of everything we have learned concerning HIV and AIDS.(Under 3 ratings)
Illegal Drugs1.) Summarize how drug abuse can negatively affect a person's life. 2.) Identify the ways that drug abuse can affect a family 3.) List four ways that drug abuse impacts society 4.) Describe the principles that describe effective drug abuse treatment. 5.) List five ways that you could refuse illegal drugs.(Under 3 ratings)
Illegal Drugs1.) Describe the dangerous risks of using stimulants, depressants, opiates, and hallucinogens for non-medical uses. 2.) Compare the dangers of two different types of stimulants 3.) Summarize the dangerous effects of depressants Rohypnol and dextromethorphan (DXM) 4.) Describe the dangerous physical and social effects of addiction to opiates such as heroin. 5.) Summarize the dangerous emotional effects that can result from hallucinogen abuse.(Under 3 ratings)
Illegal Drugs1.) List three things all types of illegal drugs have in common 2.) Summarize the effects of four commonly abused illegal drugs on the body. 3.) Describe the effects of marijuana on a persons behavior 4.) Identify the reason abusing inhalants can be deadly after one use. 5.) Compare the dangerous effects of five types of club drugs 6.) Summarize the dangerous effects of anabolic steroids.(Under 3 ratings)
Illegal Drugs1.) List three things all types of illegal drugs have in common 2.) Summarize the effects of four commonly abused illegal drugs on the body. 3.) Describe the effects of marijuana on a persons behavior 4.) Identify the reason abusing inhalants can be deadly after one use. 5.) Compare the dangerous effects of five types of club drugs 6.) Summarize the dangerous effects of anabolic steroids.(Under 3 ratings)
Illegal DrugsTest students knowledge of illegal drugs.(Under 3 ratings)
Illegal Drugs1.) List six ways illegal drugs can be dangerous 2.) State five reasons a person might try illegal drugs 3.) Identify the reason drug abuse is especially dangerous to teens 4.) Describe two ways illegal drug use conflicts with your values and goals(Under 3 ratings)
Just eat it! A food waste storyStudents should be able to evaluate how much food is consumed and wasted in our country and what alternatives are there to deal with this. Another important part of the lesson is to evaluate how damaging fast food (the most wasted food source as well) is for us and how many diseases can stem from eating junk food.(Under 3 ratings)
Leading a Healthy Life1) Compare the major causes of death in the past with the major causes of death today. 2) Distinguish between controllable risk factors and uncontrollable risk factors. 3.) Compare the major causes of death for teens with those for other age groups in the United States. 4.) List the six health risk behaviors that lead to health problems in teens. 5.) Name three behaviors you can adopt now to improve your health.(Under 3 ratings)
Leading a Healthy Life1) Describe each of the six components of health. 2) State the importance of striving for optimal health. 3.) Describe four influences on wellnesses. 4.) Describe three ways to take charge of your wellness. 5.) Name two ways you can improve two components of your health.(Under 3 ratings)
Leading a Healthy Life1) Describe four ways society addresses health problems. 2) List three ways you can promote an issue to improve the health of others.(Under 3 ratings)
Leading a Healthy LifeThe objective of today is to assess the student's knowledge of Chapter 1.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan - Lois Simpson DelkStudents will be able to identify each item included in the food label.(Under 3 ratings)
Lifestyle Diseases1.) Describe how lifestyle can lead to diseases. 2.) List three controllable and three uncontrollable risk factors for lifestyle diseases? 3.) State two actions you can take now to lower your risk for developing a lifestyle disease later in life.(Under 3 ratings)
Lifestyle Diseases1.) Summarize one's lifestyle can contribute to cardiovascular diseases. 2.) Describe four types of cardiovascular diseases. 3.) Identify two ways to detect and two ways to treat cardiovascular disease. 4.) List four things you can do to lower your risk for cardiovascular disease.(Under 3 ratings)
Lifestyle Diseases1.) Describe what caner is. 2.) Identify three causes of cancer. 3.) Describe four types of cancer. 4.) Identify three ways to detect and three ways to treat cancer. 5.) List five things you can do to lower your risk for cancer.(Under 3 ratings)
Lifestyle Diseases1.) Describe the role of insulin in diabetes. 2.) Compare type 1 and type 2 diabetes. 3.) Identify two ways to detect and two ways to treat type 1 and type 2 diabetes. 4.) Name two ways that you can prevent type 2 diabetes.(Under 3 ratings)
Lifestyle Diseases1.) Describe how lifestyle can lead to diseases. 2.) List three controllable and three uncontrollable risk factors for lifestyle diseases? 3.) State two actions you can take now to lower your risk for developing a lifestyle disease later in life.(Under 3 ratings)
Lifestyle Diseases1.) Summarize one's lifestyle can contribute to cardiovascular diseases. 2.) Describe four types of cardiovascular diseases. 3.) Identify two ways to detect and two ways to treat cardiovascular disease. 4.) List four things you can do to lower your risk for cardiovascular disease.(Under 3 ratings)
Lifestyle Diseases1.) Describe what caner is. 2.) Identify three causes of cancer. 3.) Describe four types of cancer. 4.) Identify three ways to detect and three ways to treat cancer. 5.) List five things you can do to lower your risk for cancer.(Under 3 ratings)
Lifestyle Diseases1.) Describe the role of insulin in diabetes. 2.) Compare type 1 and type 2 diabetes. 3.) Identify two ways to detect and two ways to treat type 1 and type 2 diabetes. 4.) Name two ways that you can prevent type 2 diabetes.(Under 3 ratings)
Living With Diabetes1.) To test the students knowledge of the information covered in chapter 14.(Under 3 ratings)
Living With Diabetes1.) To test the students knowledge of the information covered in chapter 14.(Under 3 ratings)
Marriage, Parenthood, and Families1.) Describe the responsibilities of married partners. 2.) List five things couples should discuss if they are considering marriage. 3.) Name three difficulties that teenagers who are married may face. 4.) Identify four ways in which a teen can cope with a divorce or remarriage in the family.(Under 3 ratings)
Marriage, Parenthood, and Families1.) Name three responsibilities of parenthood. 2.) Identify how a parent's behaviors can affect his or her children. 3.) Describe three traits you would like to develop before becoming a parent.(Under 3 ratings)
Marriage, Parenthood, and Families1.) Discuss why families relationships are important. 2.) Describe different types of families. 3.) Name the characteristics of healthy families. 4.) State four ways to cope with family problems 5.) List three ways that you could help make your family happier.(Under 3 ratings)
Marriage, Parenthood, and FamiliesTo further show the students the importance of making responsible decisions and understanding the affect that each decision has on you and your family.(Under 3 ratings)
Marriage, Parenthood, and FamiliesTo test the students knowledge of the material covered in this chapter.(Under 3 ratings)
New Student IntroductionThe students will learn the classroom procedures. They will have a better understanding of how to be successful in this Health Education class.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and Disabilities1.) Identify how genes are involved in hereditary diseases. 2.) Compare the three different types of hereditary diseases. 3.) Summarize three ways that a person with a genetic disease can cope with the disease. 4.) Describe a future medical treatment for hereditary diseases.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and Disabilities1.) Compare immune disorders and autoimmune diseases. 2.) Describe two types of immune disorders. 3.) Describe two types of autoimmune diseases. 4.) Summarize how people can cope with immune disorders and autoimmune diseases.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and Disabilities1.) List three myths about disabilities. 2.) Describe three different types of disabilities. 3.) Identify two ways people cope with disabilities. 4.) Identify one way that you can help create a positive environment for people with disabilities.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and Disabilities1.) The students will ask the teacher anything they may be confused about. 2.) The teacher will cover any topics that were left out or not explained well enough for the students to feel comfortable with taking the test.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and DisabilitiesTo test the students knowledge on the information covered in this chapter.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and Disabilities1.) Identify how genes are involved in hereditary diseases. 2.) Compare the three different types of hereditary diseases. 3.) Summarize three ways that a person with a genetic disease can cope with the disease. 4.) Describe a future medical treatment for hereditary diseases.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and Disabilities1.) Compare immune disorders and autoimmune diseases. 2.) Describe two types of immune disorders. 3.) Describe two types of autoimmune diseases. 4.) Summarize how people can cope with immune disorders and autoimmune diseases.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and Disabilities1.) List three myths about disabilities. 2.) Describe three different types of disabilities. 3.) Identify two ways people cope with disabilities. 4.) Identify one way that you can help create a positive environment for people with disabilities.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and Disabilities1.) The students will ask the teacher anything they may be confused about. 2.) The teacher will cover any topics that were left out or not explained well enough for the students to feel comfortable with taking the test.(Under 3 ratings)
Other Diseases and DisabilitiesTo test the students knowledge on the information covered in this chapter.(Under 3 ratings)
Physical Education Lesson 31. Understand the importance of a strong circulatory system and respiratory system to overall health. 2. Identify and understand the role of the cardiovascular system - the circulatory system and respiratory system and their importance to your health 3. Learn the benefits of exercise on your cardiovascular system, your heart and lungs 4. Identify how to measure different heart rates 5. Measure heart rates to determine Target Heart Rate(Under 3 ratings)
Preventing Infectious Diseases1.) Identify five different agents that can cause infectious diseases. 2.) List four ways that infectious diseases spread. 3.) Describe two different treatments for infectious diseases. 4.) Name two ways you can help prevent the development of antibiotic resistant bacteria.(Under 3 ratings)
Preventing Infectious Diseases1.) Describe how the body fights infectious diseases. 2.) Summarize five things a person can do to stay well. 3.) Describe how immunity to a disease develops.(Under 3 ratings)
Preventing Infectious Diseases1.) State why diseases affect everybody 2.) Identify two bacterial diseases, and describe their symptoms and ways that they are spread 3.) Identify two viral diseases, and describe their symptoms and ways that they are spread. 4.) List examples of fungal, protozoan, and parasitic infections, and describe their symptoms. 5.) Name two organizations in your community that help treat and prevent the spread of infectious diseases.(Under 3 ratings)
Preventing Infectious Diseases1.) Identify five different agents that can cause infectious diseases. 2.) List four ways that infectious diseases spread. 3.) Describe two different treatments for infectious diseases. 4.) Name two ways you can help prevent the development of antibiotic resistant bacteria.(Under 3 ratings)
Preventing Infectious Diseases1.) Describe how the body fights infectious diseases. 2.) Summarize five things a person can do to stay well. 3.) Describe how immunity to a disease develops.(Under 3 ratings)
Preventing Infectious Diseases1.) State why diseases affect everybody 2.) Identify two bacterial diseases, and describe their symptoms and ways that they are spread 3.) Identify two viral diseases, and describe their symptoms and ways that they are spread. 4.) List examples of fungal, protozoan, and parasitic infections, and describe their symptoms. 5.) Name two organizations in your community that help treat and prevent the spread of infectious diseases.(Under 3 ratings)
The Industrial Revolution and HealthAt the end of instruction students will be able to analyze primary sources on the Industrial Revolution's effects of human health. State Standard: 10.3-2: Examine how scientific and technological changes brought about massive social, economic, and cultural change.(Under 3 ratings)
What Are Infectious Diseases1.) Describe how the body fights infectious diseases. 2.) Summarize five things a person can do to stay well. 3.) Describe how immunity to a disease develops. 4.) State three things you should do when you are sick 5.) List three things you can do to prevent the spread of infectious diseases.(Under 3 ratings)
What Are Infectious Diseases1.) State why diseases affect everybody 2.) Identify two bacterial diseases, and describe their symptoms and ways that they are spread 3.) Identify two viral diseases, and describe their symptoms and ways that they are spread. 4.) List examples of fungal, protozoan, parasitic infections, and describe their symptoms 5.) Name two organizations in your community that help treat and prevent the spread of infectious diseases(Under 3 ratings)
What Are Infectious Diseases1.) Test students knowledge of the material previously covered in the chapter.(Under 3 ratings)
What Are Infectious Diseases?1.) Identify five different agents that can cause infectious diseases. 2.) List four ways that infectious diseases can be spread. 3.) Describe two different treatments for infectious diseases. 4.) Name two ways you can help prevent the development of antibiotic resistant bacteria(Under 3 ratings)
What Are Infectious Diseases?1.) Identify five different agents that can cause infectious diseases. 2.) List four ways that infectious diseases can be spread. 3.) Describe two different treatments for infectious diseases. 4.) Name two ways you can help prevent the development of antibiotic resistant bacteria(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
Body Image ContinuedStudents should be able to: -Define "appearance" and be able to identify the factors that influence appearance -Understand how the media influences our ideas about the 'ideal body image' -Understand time era differences in attitudes towards food and body image(Under 3 ratings)
Body Image ContinuedStudents should be able to: -Define "appearance" and be able to identify the factors that influence appearance -Understand how the media influences our ideas about the 'ideal body image' -Understand time era differences in attitudes towards food and body image(Under 3 ratings)
Eating Disorders Continued-Identify common eating disorders along with telltale signs -Identify major and minor health issues that come with unhealthy weight -Identify the common resources used when in need of support for eating disorders(Under 3 ratings)
Eating Disorders Continued-Identify common eating disorders along with telltale signs -Identify major and minor health issues that come with unhealthy weight -Identify the common resources used when in need of support for eating disorders(Under 3 ratings)
FCI Texarkana Release Preparation Program Health and Nutrition - Lesson PlanStudents will be provided with information as it relates to the following: disease prevention, weight management, eating and shopping nutritionally, stress management, and physical fitness in order to provide them with the tools to live a healthy life upon their release from custody.(Under 3 ratings)
FCI Texarkana Release Preparation Program Health and Nutrition ModuleStudents will be provided with information as it relates to the following: disease prevention, weight management, eating and shopping nutritionally, stress management, and physical fitness in order to provide them with the tools to live a healthy life upon their release from custody.(Under 3 ratings)
FCI Texarkana Release Preparation Program Health and Nutrition ModuleStudents will be provided with information as it relates to the following: disease prevention, weight management, eating and shopping nutritionally, stress management, and physical fitness in order to provide them with the tools to live a healthy life upon their release from custody.(Under 3 ratings)
Health-Fertilization(My personal objective is to prevent teenage pregnancy...if they can fully understand how hard the body works to ensure fertilization, they can see how hard they have to work to prevent it) Unit Objective: To understand how reproduction happens from intercourse to birth.(Under 3 ratings)
Health-Pay It ForwardDo Now: List 4 things you think you would need to be your best you...you at your most successful?(Under 3 ratings)
Health-STIsTo understand the consequences of sexual activity on their physical/mental/emotional/social health.(Under 3 ratings)
Human activities and its impact on the environmentThis class is an introductory class on the Unit: Human Health and the Environment(Under 3 ratings)
Introduction to Body ImageStudents should be able to: -Define "appearance" and be able to identify the factors that influence appearance -Understand how the media influences our ideas about the 'ideal body image' -Understand time era differences in attitudes towards food and body image(Under 3 ratings)
Introduction to Body ImageStudents should be able to: -Define "appearance" and be able to identify the factors that influence appearance -Understand how the media influences our ideas about the 'ideal body image' -Understand time era differences in attitudes towards food and body image(Under 3 ratings)
Introduction to Eating Disorders-Identify common eating disorders along with telltale signs -Identify major and minor health issues that come with unhealthy weight -Identify the common resources used when in need of support for eating disorders(Under 3 ratings)
Introduction to Eating Disorders-Identify common eating disorders along with telltale signs -Identify major and minor health issues that come with unhealthy weight -Identify the common resources used when in need of support for eating disorders(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to identify the six rights of medication administration(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo understand the 4 components of health in order to raise our place on the health continuum by modifying our behavior(Under 3 ratings)
Nursing Assistant Community Health Care - Chap 1Spell and define terms related to community health care (below) List the five basic functions of health care facilities Describe four changes that have taken place in health care in the past few years Describe the differences between acute care and long-term care Name the departments within a hospital setting Describe the functions of the departments within a hospital Explain three ways by which health care costs are pain State the purpose of health care facility surveys(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 5 TestStudents will be able to: -Define "appearance" and be able to identify the factors that influence appearance -Identify common eating disorders along with telltale signs -Understand how the media influences our ideas about the 'ideal body image' -Understand cultural differences in attitudes towards food and body image -Identify major and minor health issues that come with unhealthy weight -Identify the common resources used when in need of support for eating disorders(Under 3 ratings)
Unit 5 TestStudents will be able to: -Define "appearance" and be able to identify the factors that influence appearance -Identify common eating disorders along with telltale signs -Understand how the media influences our ideas about the 'ideal body image' -Understand cultural differences in attitudes towards food and body image -Identify major and minor health issues that come with unhealthy weight -Identify the common resources used when in need of support for eating disorders(Under 3 ratings)
12th Grade:
Career Lesson PlanUpon successful completion, students will be able to create a resume representing their skills, experience and educational background that they can use when applying for a job(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to name and define sexually transmitted diseases.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan1. Students can identify and learn about the five heart rate zone. 2. Students will learn how to properly take their pulse and determine whether it is a normal pulse. 3. Students can identify the difference between a normal and an abnormal pulse. 4. Students will be informed that their heart will work harder in different levels of physical activity. 5. Track the progress on their health eating and physical activity goals.(Under 3 ratings)

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