Health Education

Health Education

Sequence of Events:
Go through the note taking process and Cornell style.

Go through the daily reading assignment.

Discuss key points that are relevant to information that will be covered on the EOC.

Go through the vocabulary and key questions for each lesson.                         Go through student notes ensure all information is present and correct.  
Take chapter quiz.



Modifications/Differentiated Instruction Bilingual, ELL, SpEd, Etc.:
Use of bilingual terms listed in the red book.
Having bilingual students use a peer to explain the notes and information.
Written example of note strategies
Students with special needs will receive daily monitoring and repetitive instructions.
Grades based on skill level.

Daily objectives
:
Develop Self-Disciplinary Values
Develop knowledge about health benefits

Develop knowledge about peer pressure and bullying

Develop knowledge of physical activity benefits

Standards and Benchmarks:
National Health Education Standards
1.1 (partial) Explain the relationship between positive
health behaviors and the prevention of injury, illness, disease,
and premature death. (Lesson 3)
1.2 Describe the interrelationship of mental, emotional,
social, and physical health during adolescence. (Lesson 1)
1.3 Describe how family and peers influence the health of
adolescents. (Lesson 2)
1.5 Analyze how environment and personal health are
interrelated. (Lesson 2)
1.6 Describe ways to reduce risks related to adolescent
health problems. (Lesson 3)
2.1 Analyze the validity of health information, products, and
services. (Lesson 4)
2.3 Analyze how media influences the selection of health
information and products. (Lesson 4)
2.5 Compare the costs and validity of health products.
(Lesson 4)
2.6 Describe situations requiring professional health services. (Lesson 3)
3.2 Analyze a personal health assessment to determine
health strengths and risks. (Lesson 1)
3.4 (partial) Demonstrate strategies to improve or maintain
personal and family health. (Lessons 1 and 4)
4.2 Analyze how messages from media and other sources
influence health behaviors. (Lesson 4)
6.4 Apply strategies and skills needed to attain personal health goals. (Lesson 4) 

 

Health Objectives: The student will
Learn the importance of physical activity throughout their lives.
Learn techniques necessary for completing Cornell Notes.
Learn terminology associated with the health and physical activities.
Develop self-discipline.
Develop knowledge about proper nutritional needs.
Be familiar with skills and basic strategies for taking notes and finding information.

Learn how to deal with bullying and conflict resolution.

Learning Styles/Differentiated Instruction:
Interpersonal-team work
Intrapersonal-individual work and improvement of skills.
Kinesthetic-awareness of the body and the need for a healthy lifestyle.
Visual-by demonstration and through shoulder partner critics and compliments.
Verbal-reminders to perfect skills through daily work.

Instructional Strategies:
Think/Pair/Share-Partner shadowing, partner teaching, Different daily leaders in class.
Summarize/Paraphrase-Classroom
Peer teaching, shoulder partners
Direct Instruction-What is going to happen each day
Task Teaching-daily leaders pointing out how to improve notes.

Success Criteria:
Peer compliments on student activity.
Notebook Check
Chapter Test

Discipline and Class Management:
Each student will learn to lead and manage the class while assessing skills as the students go through the daily routine.
Students will learn to manage each other and their progress through the notes.
Students will respect not only the gym and those around them but also the books. 

Daily assessment:
Points for Suiting Out and Participation.
Shoulder partner critic and compliments.
 
Assessment:
Students will take a written test over Indoor Soccer.
Run the mile weekly for increased fitness and lower times. 


Standards and Benchmarks:

 National Health Education Standards
2.3 (partial) analyze how media influences the selection of
health information and products. (Lesson 3)
3.1 Explain the importance of assuming responsibility for
personal health behaviors. (Lesson 1)
4.1 (partial) describe the influence of cultural beliefs on
health behaviors and the use of health services. (Lesson 3)
4.2 Analyze how messages from media and other sources
influence health behaviors. (Lesson 3)
4.4 Analyze how information from peers influences
health. (Lesson 3)
5.1 Demonstrate effective verbal and nonverbal
communication skills to enhance health. (Lesson 7)
5.3 Demonstrate healthy ways to express needs, wants,
and feelings. (Lesson 7)
5.5 Demonstrate communication skills to build and maintain
healthy relationships. (Lesson 7)
5.6 (partial) Demonstrate refusal and negotiation skills to
enhance health. (Lesson 7)
6.1 (partial) Demonstrate the ability to apply a decision making
process to health issues and problems individually and collaboratively. (Lesson 2)
6.2 Analyze how health-related decisions are influenced by
individuals, family, and community values. (Lessons 2–3)
6.3 Predict how decisions regarding health behaviors have
consequences for self and others. (Lesson 1)
6.4 Apply strategies and skills needed to attain personal
health goals. (Lesson 5)
6.5 (partial) Describe how personal health goals are influenced
by changing information, abilities, priorities, and
responsibilities. (Lesson 1)
 
Resources:
Gym
Pencils

Notebooks

Health Book

Note Outline

Hobbs Schools Curriculum Guide



 

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