Day 27 Chapter 4, Treating Mental Disorders, section 4 & Chapter 4 Test

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Learning Targets - Chapter 4 section 4

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Chapter 4, Treating Mental Disorders, section 4

Chapter test Chapter 4 Test Mental Disorders

Treatment Of Psychological Disorders

Mental Health Treatment – His Experience with Residential Treatment

Teen Eating Disorder Treatment – Her Story – Center for Discovery

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Prentice Hall Chapter 4

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Health Week 5th#3

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Day 26 Chapter 3, section 4 Coping With Stress

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Prentice Hall – Chapter 3, Section 4, Coping With Stress

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Prentice Hall Chapter 3

Chapter Test

Test Chapter – 3 Stress

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Learning Targets - Chapter 3 section 4

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Day 23 Chapter 4, Mental Disorders, section 1

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Learning Targets - Chapter 4 section 1

Todays Powerpoint

Prentice Hall – Chapter 4, section 1, Mental Disorders

What is Mental Health? with Dr. Mike Condra

Chapter Video

“We All Have Problems” – Mental Health Awareness Ad

What are Anxiety Disorders and what do I do?

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter 4

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Day 20 Chapter 3, section 3 How Stress Affects your body

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Happening Now at Channel One News:
• Have your students vote in our poll on whether parents should control their teens’ driving.
• Send your students to ChannelOne.com to learn more about a career in biomedical engineering.
• Teachers! What was your classroom’s favorite part about today’s show? Tweet your thoughts to @ChannelOneNews on Twitter.
Channel One Daily News Quiz:
1. What is the main purpose of the segment?
a. to explain how ISIS continues to recruit new members
b. to explain how Muslims are experiencing backlash after the terror attacks
c. to explain how the FBI is conducting its investigations into hate crimes against Muslims
d. to explain how the terror attacks have changed the talking points of presidential candidates

2. What is the purpose of the #NotInMyName?
a. to organize rallies against terror groups
b. to support the building of a new mosque
c. to express disagreement with political candidates
d. to protest against using the Muslim religion to promote violence

3. How many teens are killed in auto accidents every day?
a. one
b. two
c. four
d. six

4. What is one thing that Igor Spetic says he would like to do with his prosthetic hand?
a. play the electric guitar
b. remove stems from cherries
c. become a biomedical engineer
d. accurately squeeze toothpaste

5. What does the prosthetic hand need to interact with in order to be effective?
a. the eyes
b. the brain
c. the heart
d. the lungs

1. b; 2. d; 3. d; 4. d; 5. b

Learning Targets - Chapter 3 section 3

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Prentice Hall – Chapter 3, section 3, Stress and Individuals

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Prentice Hall Chapter 3

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Day 19 Chapter 3, section 2 Stress and Individuals

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Learning Targets - Chapter 3 section 2

Todays Powerpoint

Health Prentice – Chapter 3, section 2 How Stress Affects Your Body

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter 3

Causes of Stress in Teenagers and Real-life Solutions

Management Strategies: Ways to Unwind

Stress of Teens in Modern Society

Too much stress in your life causes headaches, high blood pressure, tummy aches, memory loss and all other kinds of nasty stuff. But, how can you tell if you are showing stress symptoms? Check out our video for advice on how to tell when you’re stressed out and simple tips to relieve tension quickly. From little things you can do everyday to promote relaxation to strategies to cool off when you’re in the heat of the moment, we’ve got advice on the best ways to sit back and relax!
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Day 18 Prentice Hall – Chapter 3, section 1 What Causes Stress?

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Channel One Daily News Quiz:
1. What does the choice of location — the Oval Office — best help emphasize about the speech?
a. its length
b. its main points
c. its word choice
d. its serious tone

2. Based on information in the climate conference segment, what can you infer will be the most difficult part of the plan to gain agreement on?
a. the causes of climate change
b. the sources of carbon dioxide emissions
c. the effects of climate change on the planet
d. the percent of reduction needed in carbon dioxide emissions

3. What suggests a single source for the E. coli outbreak?
a. DNA evidence
b. case locations
c. hospital records
d. timing for the outbreak

4. Why does the Rio de Janeiro segment include the following detail?
“If we saw those levels in the U.S., beaches would be closed.”
a. to convey the great extent of the pollution
b. to explain that waters around the United States are safe
c. to suggest how city officials will respond to the problem
d. to show why the 2016 Olympics are being held in Rio de Janeiro

5. Based on information in the segment, which word best describes former President Jimmy Carter?
a. fearful
b. grandiose
c. judgmental
d. appreciative

6. How many people were enslaved in the United States in the days before the passage of the 13th Amendment?
a. nearly half a million
b. about 2 million
c. just over 3 million
d. about 4 million

1. d; 2. d; 3. a; 4. a; 5. d; 6. d
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


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Health Week 5th#3

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Day 17 Chapter 2 Prentice Hall – Personality Chapter 02, Chapter Test

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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.

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Day 16 Chapter 2 Prentice Hall – Personality Chapter 02, Building Health Skills & Test Review

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Channel One Daily News Quiz:
1. Where did the attack take place?
a. at a hospital
b. at a university
c. at an office building
d. at a social services center

2. Based on what you heard and saw, what can you infer is the purpose of sending the special operations forces to Iraq and Syria?
a. to combat ISIS by destroying its weapons
b. to combat ISIS by weakening its leadership
c. to combat ISIS by cutting off its access to supplies
d. to combat ISIS by turning its young members against it

3. What is one way the new plan for fighting ISIS is different from the old plan?
a. It uses only airstrikes.
b. It will last just a few weeks.
c. It will not include any raids.
d. It takes place on the ground.

4. What is the most likely reason the segment includes the following detail?
“During his term at Princeton, not a single black student was admitted.”
a. to help clarify the history of the university
b. to help provide a full biography of Woodrow Wilson
c. to help show how times have changed since Woodrow Wilson was president
d. to help explain why some students want Woodrow Wilson’s name removed from university buildings

5. Which of the following is true of the Founder Generation?
a. They have fought in two major wars.
b. They were born between 1981 and 2000.
c. They have remained silent about most issues.
d. They will be the most diverse generation in history.

1. d; 2. b; 3. d; 4. d; 5. d

Learning Targets - Chapter 2 section 3

 

Prentice Hall Chapter 2 Test

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Prentice Hall – Personality Chapter 02 Building Health Skills

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter Video

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Day 15 Chapter 3, section 3 How Stress Affects your body

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Channel One Daily News Quiz:
1. Why was the police superintendent asked to resign?
a. for committing first-degree murder
b. for sparking protests in the city of Chicago
c. for releasing police video without permission
d. for the way he handled a police shooting death

2. Which detail in the segment best conveys the extent of China’s pollution problem?
a. “Levels of the most poisonous particles were more than 20 times what the World Health Organization says is safe.”
b. “China has launched a so-called war on pollution.”
c. “Two-thirds of China’s energy comes from coal.”
d. “World leaders at the climate conference in Paris say making a deal to cut back on air pollution is urgent, and we must act now.”

3. What is the purpose of the salt label?
a. to help people limit their salt intake
b. to help people make sure they consume enough sodium
c. to help people determine which food items will taste good
d. to help people know if they will need to add salt to their food

4. What does the segment mean when using the word “buzzing” in the following sentence?
“The Giving Tuesday command center in New York City is buzzing.”
a. busy
b. quiet
c. opening
d. important

5. Why is Rosa Parks’s arrest an important event in American history?
a. It prompted the Black Lives Matter movement.
b. It immediately put an end to segregation in the South.
c. It led to the creation of the Youth Empowerment Summit.
d. It sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the civil rights movement.

1. d; 2. a; 3. a; 4. a; 5. d

Learning Targets - Chapter 3 section 3

Todays Powerpoint

Prentice Hall – Chapter 3, section 3, Stress and Individuals

Chapter Video

Prentice Hall Chapter 3

The Grieving Process: Coping with Death

Stress Management Strategies: Ways to Unwind

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Health Week 5th#3

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