Day 14 Prentice Hall – Chapter 3, section 1 What Causes Stress?

Learning Targets - Chapter 3 section 1

Todays Powerpoint
Prentice Hall – Chapter 3, section 1 What Causes Stress?

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter 3

The Grieving Process: Coping with Death


Standards

Health Week 5th#3

Learning Objective
Activity
Closing Task
 

 

Day 13 Chapter 2 Prentice Hall – Personality Chapter 02, Chapter Test

Prentice Hall Chapter 2 Test

Multiple Choice

Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

  1. Your _____ consists of the behaviors, attitudes, feelings, and ways of thinking that make you an individual.
a. self-esteem
b. personality
c. self-actualization
d. identity
  1. Evaluate which of the following people is the most conscientious.
a. Victoria is frequently late to basketball practice.
b. David never studies and often sleeps in class.
c. Erica always keeps her room clean and orderly.
d. Miguel rarely finishes his homework on time.
  1. Identify the two main factors that determine how your personality develops.
a. culture and tradition
b. family and friends
c. appearance and gender
d. heredity and environment
  1. Identify the factor that does NOT influence personality.
a. heredity
b. friends
c. culture
d. eye color
  1. Which stage of personality development is represented by an 18-year-old girl considering her college and career options?
a. take initiative
b. develop skills
c. create and nurture
d. search for identity
  1. Arrange these stages of personality development in the correct order, from earliest to latest.
a. search for identity, take initiative, develop trust, look back with acceptance
b. look back with acceptance, develop trust, take initiative, search for identity
c. develop trust, take initiative, search for identity, look back with acceptance
d. search for identity, take initiative, look back with acceptance, develop trust
  1. Which of the following behaviors is most typical of people with high self-esteem?
a. bouncing back quickly from setbacks
b. having little respect for themselves
c. worrying too much about what others think of them
d. believing success is a matter of luck rather than hard work
  1. On average, what happens to self-esteem between childhood and adolescence?
a. It increases.
b. It decreases.
c. It stays the same.
d. It goes through a series of sharp increases and decreases.
  1. Choose a helpful method for improving your self esteem.
a. Focus heavily on your appearance.
b. Think only about your own concerns.
c. Try to learn from your mistakes.
d. Accept no compliments or flattery.
  1. Define self-actualization.
a. the trait that describes how responsible and self-disciplined you are
b. how much you respect yourself and like yourself
c. the behaviors, attitudes, feelings, and ways of thinking that make you an individual
d. the process by which people achieve their full potential
  1. Classify shelter from the elements into the proper level on the hierarchy of needs.
a. physical needs
b. safety
c. belonging
d. esteem
  1. Arrange the basic human needs in order according to Maslow’s hierarchy, starting at the bottom and ending at the top.
a. physical needs, safety, belonging, esteem
b. safety, physical needs, esteem, belonging
c. esteem, belonging, physical needs, safety
d. esteem, physical needs, belonging, safety
  1. Identify the emotion that is NOT a primary emotion.
a. happiness
b. sadness
c. anger
d. love
  1. Distinguish which of the following emotions are learned emotions.
a. love and guilt
b. happiness and anger
c. sadness and grief
d. fear and sorrow

True/False

Indicate whether the statement is true or false.

  1. Agreeableness is a trait that describes how responsible and self-disciplined you are.
  1. Self-esteem refers to how much other people like and respect you.
  1. An emotion is a reaction to a situation that involves your mind, body, and behavior.
  1. One of the steps of recognizing your emotions is to determine what triggered the emotion.

Short Answer

  1. Compare and contrast how heredity and environment influence personality traits.
  1. Use specific examples to demonstrate how a teenager may search for identity.

Standards

Health Week One#6

 

Day 6 Chapter 1 Personal Health Taking Responsibility For Your Health Chapter 1, section 3

Learning Targets - Chapter 1 section 3

T.G.I.M. THIS IS WHY I GRIND

You’ve heard it before. Success does not go on discount! Here’s another strategy to keep working even though you feel like you are at your end….

This weeks Powerpoints

Prentice Hall – Taking Responsibility For Your Health Chapter 1, section 3

Chapter Video

Health Prentice Video Chapter 1

Standards

Health Week One#5

Day 4 Chapter 1 Personal Health Prentice Hall – Making Health Decisions Chapter 1, section 1

Learning Targets - Chapter 1 section 1

ET is back with a brand new season! Season 7 starts with a bang as ET asks the question “What does amazing look like?”. In this episode, ET asks you to take personal responsibility and work towards becoming Amazing!

Chapter Powerpoint

Prentice Hall – Making Health Decisions Chapter 1, section 1

Chapter Video

Health_Lifetime_ch01

 

Day 3 Jamie Oliver Food Revolution and How to Break Bad Habits

Wellcast – How to Break Bad Habits

Name:                                                                                  Date:                                                                     Class Period:

Directions:  While watching the video “Jaime Oliver’s Food Revolution”, answer the following questions.

  1.  What were some of the items that the mother of the Edwards family prepared for her children? 
  2. What was Jamie’s strategy in making the mother of the Edward’s family to be aware of what she was feeding her family?
  3. What did Jaime find in the freezer when he opened it?
  4. What was the item that the family buried in the yard?
  5. What is the role of the USDA in regards to schools?
  6. Who did Jaime meet at the community kitchen and what is that person’s role? 
  7. What does USDA stand for?
  8. In your opinion, do you think that Jaime will succeed with staying on budget, meeting the guidelines, and the students willingly eat the food he prepares?  Why or why not?  Explain
  9. What were the menu items that Jaime prepared on his first day for lunch?
  10.  Would you eat the food Jamie prepared for the students?

Name:                                                                                  Date:                                                                     Class Period:

Directions:  While watching the video “Jaime Oliver’s Food Revolution”, answer the following questions.

  1. What kind of meat (protein) did Jaime choose to children?
  2. What was Alice’s issue with Jaime and not wearing gloves?
  3. What was Jaime’s suggestion on how to serve the students on his first lunch he and another lunch cook prepared?
  4. What was the item that Jaime was missing from his menu that he had to add?
  5. How many servings of bread were in the cheese pizza being prepared for lunch?
  6. After his first try, what was the new strategy that Jamie came up with on serving his second lunch? 
  7. How did the media portray Jamie on the front page of the local paper?
  8. How did Jaime react after he was attacked by the local school on the article and the local media interviewing him on the spot?
  9. How do you handle negativity or when something is said about you that’s untrue?
  10. What town is the show filmed in?

Jamie Oliver – Chicken Nuggets Experiment

Day 2 Freeze Tag & Classroom Expectations

PE- Opening Lesson Plan

1st Week Physical Education Lesson Plans

We go to the weight room on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Workout sheets will be provide in weight room.

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PE 1st Week

 What is Physical Education Seminar

 La Juan Lewis PE Open Day PPT

Day 1 – First Day Introduction Health

Day 1 – 8-12-2015

Eric Thomas How Bad Do You Want It

Welcome to my Health Class website! I hope you will be able to use this site as a resource in my class. I will keep all assignments posted on here. You will also be able to look back at previous assignments if you have been absent. My site has RSS feeds, which allows you to subscribe and receive updates. Feel free to email me with any questions at lajuan.lewis@jefferson.kyschools.us

STUDENT LOGINS- The students will have logins on the school computers. They can access edmodo from home. Click Here Enter your login Group Code:

Iroquois High School Curriculum Map for High School Health Education

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Essential Question: What basic concepts are related to health promotion and disease prevention?

Rationale: The acquisition of basic health concepts and functional health knowledge provides a foundation for promoting health-enhancing behaviors among youth. This standard includes essential concepts that are based on established health behavior theories and models. Concepts that focus on both health promotion and risk reduction are included in the performance indicators.

Shawnee High School

Course Title: Health Science (a graduation requirement)

Teacher: La Juan Lewis, room 259 or gym. I am available before and after school (usually 7:30-7:40 am and 12:50-2:00 pm). Please contact me if you wish to take advantage of this extra time for studying or to sit down and have a conference.

Class Website: http://www.coachlewispe.com

Textbooks: Prentice Hall Health & Lifetime Health, Friedman, Stine, Whalen. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 2005.

Optional or Supplemental books/materials:

Additional material and supplemental resources will be provided via handouts and overheads as needed.

Course Description:

This course is designed to increase student awareness of their health; of what distinguishes healthy behavior from high-risk behavior, and the ways in which health interacts with the community and environment. This course will encourage the student, to adopt positive health related behavior through skill building that includes decision-making, role modeling, critical analysis, and goal setting.

Course Objectives:

The student will be able to:

1) Promote personal health and prevent disease.

2) Practice positive mental and emotional skill building strategies, which will increase responsible behavior to family members and others.

3) Establish personal goals and create self-designed programs that promote health

behaviors.

4) Understand the difference between environment and genetics in an individual’s

growth and development.

5) Demonstrate and apply their knowledge of the infectious cycle and connect this

knowledge to public health efforts (community agencies) to prevent disease.

6) Recognize the connection between low self-esteem, drug and alcohol abuse and teen

pregnancy.

7) Assess individual nutritional habits and identify components of a balanced and healthy diet.

8) Understand and demonstrate the relationship between advertising techniques and

negative health choices.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND GRADING POLICY

Attendance and Tardy Policy:

Because there is a direct relationship between student attendance and success in school, each day is important for the attending student. Shawnee High School policy on attendance as stated in our student handbook will be followed and enforced.

Assignment Policy and Assignment Grading Weight:

1) Class work: Daily class work will be assigned and turned in after completion of the lesson/activity. The student will be responsible in keeping a journal discussing his/her accomplishments in and out of class. It is the student’s responsibility to inform the instructor of any long-term absences. Weight: 35% of grade.

2) Homework: Periodically, homework will be assigned in the form of worksheets, papers, projects, etc. All homework will be turned-in during the next class meeting unless specified by the teacher. Weight: 15% of grade.

3) Tests and Quizzes: After each section (see Course Content, below), quizzes and tests will be administered. Weight: 25% of grade.

4) Participation: Weight: 25% of grade.

5) Make-up Work: Make-up work will be allowed for up to one week after the return of a student due to an absence. Other incidences will be decided by the discretion of the instructor. “Forgetting”, “losing” and the use of other similar excuses are not valid reasons for make-up.

Grade Distribution:

A=100-90%

B=89-80%

C=79-70%

D=69-60%

F=59% and below

Course Content:

Making Healthy Choices

Mental Health

Social Health

Nutrition

Physical Fitness

The Human Life Cycle

Preventing Substance Abuse

Disease and Disorders

Safe Environment

Required Materials:

1—Three-ring binder (1 ½ preferred)

Binder paper

1—120 page Notebook (optional)

Pens and Pencils

The student will be responsible for bringing their materials to class, all assignments, with quizzes and related tests completed in class.

Welcome to Physical Education Week One

Day 1 – 8-12-2015

Welcome to my website! I hope you will be able to use this site as a resource in my class. I will keep all assignments posted on here. You will also be able to look back at previous assignments if you have been absent. My site has RSS feeds, which allows you to subscribe and receive updates. Feel free to email me with any questions at lajuan.lewis@jefferson.kyschools.us

STUDENT LOGINS- The students will have logins on the school computers. They can access edmodo from home. Click Here Enter your login Group Code:

The following represents a learning map for a high school physical education course but has provided lessons for more than 9 weeks. In the case that a physical education course is 12 or 18 weeks, the physical education teacher has two options: (1) Repeat a some of the lessons that were already taught for the second 9 weeks of the semester, making appropriate modifications to essential questions, learning targets and instructional activities; or (2) Using the focus classifications table below, create his/her own lessons that would be appropriate for the classroom based on the equipment and space have at his/her school.

Jefferson County Public Schools Physical Education Curriculum Map click to download

1st Week Physical Education Lesson Plans

We go to the weight room on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Workout sheets will be provide in weight room.

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PE 1st Week

What is Physical Education Seminar

 La Juan Lewis PE Open Day PPT