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Health II

ORANGE A

GOALS/STANDARDS and BENCHMARKS:

  • 22.A.3a: Identify and describe ways to reduce health risks common to adolescents
    • Students will complete the chapter 19 review in their text
    • Students will take an adult/child and infant CPR written test
  • 22.A.3b: Identify how positive health practices and relevant health care can help reduce the risks
    • Students will create a tobacco poster on the effects of short term and long term usage, as well as alternate activities
    • Students will compete the Alcohol and Your Body worksheet as well as the Long Term Effects of Alcohol worksheet
    • Students will create a project to include the name of a drug, other names associated with it, effects of the drug, and dangers
  • 22.A.3c: Explain routine safety precautions in practical situations
    • Students will complete the chapter 19 review in their text
    • Students will take an adult/child and infant CPR written test
  • 22.B.3: Describe how the individual influences the health and well-being of the workplace and community
    • Students will create a pamphlet on infectious diseases and a slide show about HIV/AIDS prevention, transmission, and treatments
  • 23.A.3: Explain how body systems interact with each other
    • Students will complete the Systems of Systems sheet
  • 23.B.3: Explain the effects of health-related actions upon body systems.
    • Students will create a tobacco poster on the effects of short term and long term usage, as well as alternate activities
    • Students will compete the Alcohol and Your Body worksheet as well as the Long Term Effects of Alcohol worksheet
    • Students will create a project to include the name of a drug, other names associated with it, effects of the drug, and dangers
  • 23.C.3: Describe the relationships among physical, mental, and social factors during adolescence.
    • Students will complete the reproduction/life cycle test

 

MATERIALS ARE KEPT BY:Hillmann/Zickgraf/Ortiz

ASSESSMENTS: correlated to the benchmarks and objectives

  • System of Systems worksheet (23.A.3)
  • Tobacco poster (22.A.3b, 23.B.3)
  • Alcohol worksheets (22.A.3b, 23.B.3)
  • Drug project (poster, poem, power point presentation) (22.A.3b, 23.B.3)
  • Reproduction/life cycle take-home test (23.C.3)
  • Pamphlet and HIV/AIDS projects (22.B.3)
  • CPR skills/written test (22.A.3.a, 22.A.3c))
  • Chapter 19 Review (22.A.3a, 22.A.3c)

STRATEGIES

  • Transparencies
  • Directed reading guides for notetaking
  • Participation grades (20%) in addition to project/test/HW grades (80%)

 

CURRICULUM MAP:

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8
Body Systems Tobacco,
drugs and
alcohol
Tobacco,
drugs and
alcohol
Reproduction Reproduction Disease CPR/Safety CPR/Safety


 

DESCRIPTIONS AND DIRECTIONS FOR TOPIC CLUSTERS, UNITS, CHAPTERS
American Heart Association (AHA) for CPR (binder)

Unit 1:BODY SYSTEMS
State Goals:22A.3a, 23A.3
Objectives:

  1. Students will review the four parts of health and how they relate to wellness.
  2. Students will learn how the body is organized.
  3. Students will learn how the different body systems work together to keep them alive.
  4. Students will learn how to take care of their body systems and protect their overall health.
Materials:Text (chpt. 5), transparencies with systems, System of Systems worksheet, Lung Lab worksheet (balloons, rulers, meter sticks)

 

Day 1

  1. List healthy and unhealthy habits on chart paper to post in room
  2. Compile a list of physical, social, mental, and emotional health habits
  3. Introduce body systems – body organization (cells, tissues, organs)
  4. HW:Read chapter 5
Days 2, 3, 4
  1. Discuss the parts, functions, and diseases of each of the nine systems (nervous, endocrine, skeletal, muscular, digestive, urinary, circulatory, respiratory, integumentary)
  2. United Streaming 
    Food into Fuel: Our Digestive System (22 min)
    The Breath of Life: The Inside Story of Respiration (15 min)
    Pumping Life: The Heart and Circulatory System (22 min)
  3. Assessment:System of Systems handout
Day 5
  1. Lung Lab Capacity handout – pair students to test own lung capacities
  2. Compare data as a class – fitness effects heart and lungs
  3. HW:finish lung lab worksheet
Unit 2:TOBACCO, ALCOHOL, DRUGS
State Goals:22A.3a, 22A.3b, 22.B.3, 23.B.3
Objectives:
  1. Students will learn about the risks associated with tobacco, drugs, and alcohol, as well as the addiction of these products.
  2. Students will explore ways to stop or avoid tobacco, and why people start smoking, and the benefits of not smoking.
  3. Students will learn how these products effect other people besides the user.
  4. Students will learn how to use medicine safely and how to avoid drugs and alcohol.
Materials:text/workbook (chpts. 14, 15, 16), Assessments, transparencies, Alcohol and You worksheet,

Day 1
  1. Discuss tobacco and the ingredients in tobacco products.
  2. Discuss the other types of tobacco products.
  3. Discuss the effects of tobacco use and its dangers. (Use the body models as well as pictures to demonstrate the horrid effects.)
  4. Discuss tobacco and addiction, both physical and mental.
Day 2
  1. How can people quit?
  2. Why do people begin smoking.
  3. United Streaming: The Trouble with Tobacco and quiz
  4. Design an ad campaign, or create a poster, that will teach young people the effects of smoking, short term and long term, as well as other activities that can be done instead of smoking.
Day 3
  1. Define alcohol, discuss BAC and oxidation
  2. Discuss how alcohol use and alcohol abuse effects the different body systems
  3. HW:Alcohol and You worksheet
Day 4
  1. How alcohol effects the mind
  2. Addiction movie from United Streaming
  3. Assessment:pp. 31and 33 in chapter 15 workbook
Day 5
  1. What are drugs (prescription, over the counter, illegal)
  2. How drug use and drug abuse effect the body
  3. Split chapter 16 into 10 sections and have pairs present
  4. Give all class period and first 20 minutes of next class period
  5. HW:bring any materials for presentation
Day 6
  1. Share presentations last 40 minutes
  2. Have students grade each group using rubric
  3. Discuss the prevention and abuse of anabolic steroids.
Day 7
  1. Assessment:Drug assignment (handout) and rubric (handout)
  2. Allow time in class for project – due next class period
  3. Have each student/pair present project

Unit 3:REPRODUCTION/LIFE CYCLE
State Goals:23C.3
Objectives:
  1. Students will learn how the male/female reproductive systems work.
  2. Students will learn about abstinence.
  3. Students will learn the stages of human development from fetal development through death.
  4. Students will learn the five stages of dying and death.
Materials:text/workbooks (chpt. 9, 11), transparencies, question box, assessment

Day 1
  1. Show pictures of male and female reproductive systems
  2. Discuss fertilization, pregnancy, and sexual abstinence until marriage.
  3. Discuss hygienic and social responsibilities of family life.
  4. Assessment:pp 38 and 41 in chapter 11 workbook
Day 2
  1. Pregnancy and birth
  2. United Streaming video – Dr. Ds Birds and Bees:Countdown to Baby (18 min)
  3. Labor and delivery
Day 3
  1. Stages of Life (infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, etc)
  2. Aging and dying (five stages of dying)
Day 4
  1. Assessment: Chapter 9 test (pp.27-29),page 28 from chapter 11 workbook

Unit 4:INFECTIOUS/NONINFECTIOUS DISEASES
State Goals:22A.3b, 22B.3, 23A.3
Objectives:
  1. Students will learn what infectious and noninfectious diseases are, and the difference between them.
  2. Students will learn how infectious disease are spread and how to prevent the spread of them, including AIDS.
  3. Students will learn different types of infectious and noninfectious diseases, as well as prevention/control of disease and some treatments.
  4. Students will learn how the immune systems fights infection and different types of environmental factors.
Materials:text/workbooks (chpts. 17, 18), movie quiz,epi pens

Day 1
  1. Body defenses, viral infection, bacterial infections, immune response, and preventing/controlling the spread of disease
  2. Movie from United Streaming: Body Story: The Flu (20 min)
  3. Quiz from movie
  4. Assessment:Prevention Pamphlet (p.33 in chapter 17 workbook)
Day 2
  1. Prevention, transmission, and spread of HIV/AIDS.
  2. United Streaming: HIV and AIDS: Staying Safe
  3. Assessment:Computer/paper slide show about HIV and AIDS (p. 40 in chapter 17 workbook)
Day 3
  1. Noninfectious diseases and injuries, risk factors, prevention
  2. Hereditary, metabolic, and nutritional diseases
  3. Allergies and autoimmune diseases
  4. Epi Pen demonstration
  5. Begin chapter 18 review in text
Day 4
  1. Cancer, chemicals and poisons,
  2. Accidents and injuries, food safety pg. 558
  3. United Streaming video: Body Defense Against Disease (25 min)
  4. Quiz from movie
  5. Assessment:Finish chapter 18 review in text

Unit 5:SAFETY/CPR
State Goals:22A.3c
Objectives:
  1. Students will learn how to prevent accidents.
  2. Students will learn about violence in schools and safety around weapons, as well as automobile safety.
  3. Students will learn how to respond in an emergency.
  4. Students will become certified in adult, child, and infant CPR and choking, and learn basic first aid.
Materials:text (chpt 19), CPR texts and materials (American Heart Association)

Day 1 & 2
  1. Adult/child CPR and choking (AHA guidelines)
Day 3
  1. Adult/child CPR skills test/written test
Day 4
  1. Infant CPR/choking
Day 5
  1. Infant CPR written/skills test
Day 6
  1. Basic first aid/safety education (First Aid video/text – chpt. 19)
  2. Disaster survival
  3. Assessment:Chapter 19 review in text (#1-21)