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Health Education Curriculum. Aurora A. Franco Assistant Schools Division Superintendent, DCS-Manila Member, Teacher Education Council. A Basis of the Curriculum: SCHOOL HEALTH DATA. 67% suffer from parasitism. 97% have dental caries. 40% pediculosis ( kuto ). 15% are undernourished.

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Health Education Curriculum

Aurora A. Franco

Assistant Schools Division Superintendent, DCS-Manila

Member, Teacher Education Council


A Basis of the Curriculum: SCHOOL HEALTH DATA

67% suffer from parasitism

97% have dental caries


40% pediculosis (kuto)

15% are undernourished


Iron deficiency anemia

3% are overweight


Upper Respiratory Infection

Hearing and Visual Impairment (Impacted cerumen)


National Situation among areas: road safety, drugs


BASIC INFORMATION

  • Learning Area: Health Education (MAPEH)

  • Time Allotment:

    • Grade 1 40/30 mins./week

    • Grades 2-4 30 mins.

    • Grades 5-640 mins.

    • Grades 7-1060 mins.


BASIC INFORMATION

  • Language of Instruction

    • Grades 1-3Mother Tongue

    • Grades 4-5Filipino

    • Grades 6-10English


Content Areas

Growth and Development

Community and Environmental Health

Personal

Health

Achieve, Sustain and Promote Lifelong Wellness

Consumer Health

Nutrition

Injury prevention and safety

Substance Use and Abuse

Disease prevention and control

Family

Health


Features of the Health Education Package

I. Curriculum Guide

A. Conceptual framework from K to 12 –

Learners should be able achieve, sustain and

promote lifelong wellness

B. Teaching guides

Lesson guides which specify the content and performance standards to be developed

C. Pre and post tests

D. Suggested strategies for motivation and development of the lesson

E. Background Information for teachers


Health Education Package

II. Activity Sheets

a. Include simple activities appropriate for the target users

b. Replete with pictures which make learning more fun

c. Materials used are readily available/easy to get

d. Activities promote group interactions which help develop cooperation, critical thinking and reasoning


Levels of Standards

  • Learning Area Standard – This gives a picture of the overarching norm or benchmark for health education in K to 12

  • Key Stage Standards – These are the standards for health education in the different clusters of grade levels in K to 12 (K-3, 4-6, 7-10)

  • Grade Level Standards - These include the expectations for each grade level ( G 1 -12)


Learning Area Standard

Achieve, Promote and sustain life-long wellness


Key Stage Standard

The learner is able to:

. Demonstrate understanding and observance of healthy practices to achieve life-long wellness.


Grade Level Standard

  • Grade 1 – the learner demonstrates understanding of essential concepts related to nutrition, personal health, and safety to enhance health and well-being.

  • Grade 2 – The learner demonstrates understanding of personal health, disease prevention and control; injury prevention, safety and first aid, and consumer health to achieve optimum health


Grade Level Standard

Grade 3 – The learner demonstrates understanding of family health, disease prevention and control; injury prevention, safety and first aid and consumer health to achieve optimum health and well-being.

Grade 4 – The learner demonstrates understanding of nutrition, injury prevention, safety and first aid and substance use and abuse to achieve optimum health.


Grade Level Standard

  • Grade 5 – The learner demonstrates understanding of the nature of growth and development, accident prevention, safety and first aid, substance use and abuse and community and environmental concerns on health.

  • Grade 6 – The learner demonstrates understanding of personal health, disease prevention and control and consumer health to achieve the desired level of health


Grade Level Standard

  • Grade 7 – The learner demonstrates understanding of growth and development, nutrition, disease prevention and control and community and environmental health and their impact on the individual’s health and well-being


Grade Level Standard

  • Grade 8 – The learner demonstrates understanding of family health, disease prevention and control personal health and injury prevention, safety and first aid to develop and promote wellness for quality life.

  • Grade 9 – The learner demonstrates understanding of injury prevention, safety and first aid, substance use and abuse and the promotion of consumer health to achieve wellness in life


Grade Level Standard

  • Grade 10 – The learner demonstrates understanding of injury prevention, safety and first aid,, family health, health trends, issues and concerns, the development of a health plan and exploration of careers in health to promote wellness for quality life


In summary......

  • The grade level standards revolve around the following topics:


Content Areas in Health Education

Personal Health


Content Areas in Health Education

Nutrition


Content Areas in Health Education

Substance Use and Abuse


Content Areas in Health Education

Family

Health


Content Areas in Health Education

Prevention and control of diseases and disorders


Content Areas in Health Education

Injury Prevention, Safety and First Aid


Content Areas in Health Education

Consumer

Health


Content Areas in Health Education

Community and

Environmental

Health


Grade Level Matrix


In conclusion...

The K to 12 is the government’s response to the changing world.

In any kind of change, there will always be resistance.

Let us not be victims of change!

Let us be the catalysts of change!


The Parable of the Coffee Beans


There was once an intelligent teacher who experimented withboiling water


She put three pots of water over the fire.


In the first pot, she put some carrots.


In the second pot, she put some eggs.


In the third pot, she put some coffee beans that had been grounded into coffee powder.


She boiled all three pots for 15 minutes.

Afterwards, she took out what she had put in the pot of boiling water.


The carrots which were hard became soft

The eggs which were soft inside

became hard.


The coffee powder disappeared.

But the water had the colour and the wonderful smell of coffee.


Then, she thought of her life as a teacher.

Life of a teacher is not always easy.

Life of a teacher is not always comfortable.

Oftentimes, life of a teacher is trying and difficult.


Things don’t happen as we wish.

People don’t treat us as we hope.

We work very hard but get few results.


The boiling water is like the problems in our life as teachers.


We can be like the carrots.

We come out soft and weak.

We go in

tough and strong.


We get very tired.

We lose hope.

We give up.

There is no more fighting spirit.


We can be like the eggs.

We start with a soft and sensitive heart.

We end up very hard and unfeeling inside.


We hate our job.

We don’t like our students.

We become hard-hearted.

There is no warm feeling, only bitterness.


We can be like the coffee beans.

The water does not change the coffee powder.

The coffee powder changes the water!


The water has become different because of the coffee powder.

You can see it.

You can smell it.

You can taste it.

The hotterthe water, the betterthe taste.


We can be like the coffee beans.

We can make something good from the difficulties we face at school.


We have the knowledge, the skills, and the abilities.

We have the potentials for changing the lives of our students for the better.


We can make our school a better place for work.


difficulties

problems

handle with care

To succeed, we must try… and try again.

We must believe in what we are doing.

We must not give up.

We must be patient.

We must keep pushing.


The problems and difficulties at school give us the chance to become stronger… and tougher …and better teachers.


What are we like when things

do not go well at school?

Are we like the carrots…

or the eggs…

or the coffee beans?


Be like the coffee beans!


Change the people

around you at school. Influence them with your good work…


…even if in return

they will harbor ill feelings against you.


…even if they will

rock you out of your wits.


After all, in the final

judgment, it is between

YOUand GODanyway.


Thank You


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