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HEALTH


 
Health I

GRADE: 9-12
SEMESTERS: 1
CREDIT: 1
OFFERED: 1st Semester
PREREQUISITE: None

An elective course studying health related issues that will help students develop lifetime health. This course uses a variety of teaching methods including audiovisual, class discussion and teacher and student presentations.

AREAS OF STUDY
1. Self-esteem
2. Physical fitness
3. Weight management
4. Stress management
5. Nutrition
6. Eating disorders

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:
1. Analyze how behavior can impact health.
2. Describe the interrelationship of mental, emotional, social and physical health throughout adulthood.
3. Demonstrate the ability to evaluate resources from home, school and community that provide valid health information.
4. Develop strategies to manage stress.
5. Develop injury prevention and management strategies for personal, family and community health.


Health II

GRADE: 9-12
SEMESTERS: 1
CREDIT: 1
OFFERED: 2nd Semester
PREREQUISITE: Health I

Students will develop skills to promote personal and family wellness, and health literacy skills to make healthy choices.

AREAS OF STUDY
1. Drugs
2. Alcohol
3. Tobacco
4. Infectious disease
5. STI’s
6. Noninfectious disease
7. HIV/AIDS

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS:
1. Utilize strategies to overcome barriers when communicating information,, ideas, feelings, and opinions about health issues.
2. Predict immediate and long-term impact of health decisions on the individual, family and community.
3. Demonstrate the ability to utilize various strategies when making decisions related to health needs and risks of young adults.
4. Analyze how the prevention and control of heath problems are influenced by research and medical advances. Evaluate the validity of health information, products, and services.

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