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Q o d 4 2 12

Q.O.D. - 4/2/12

What are 3 things you think have the biggest influence on YOUR health?


Mental/Emo

Health Triangle

Social

Physical

Health: is the combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being.

Health Triangle: should be balanced and includes mental/emotional, social, and physical health.


Meet the teacher students
Meet the Teacher / Students

  • To help get acquainted…complete the following activity by meeting some of your classmates who share similar interests.


Physical Health: how well your body functions.

Mental/Emotional Health: how well you meet the demands of daily life, and your ability to process information.

Social Health: the way you get along with others.


To do
To Do:

  • Review P.E. final and grades

  • Fitness test make ups / Fitness test scores

  • Notebook and Divider check

  • Syllabus


What would their health triangle look like

Mental/Emo

Health Triangle

Social

Physical

What would their health triangle look like?

  • Professional Athlete?

  • CEO of Apple (Steve Jobs)  RIP

  • Lindsay Lohan



Shield of positive behaviors
Shield of Positive Behaviors

  • 10 Points = Write about 10 positive things (H.S.L.) that represent you.

  • 6 Points = Draw at least2 pictures

  • 3 Pts = Colorful

  • 3 Pts = Creative

  • 3 Points = Neat

  • Total 25 Pts


4 3 12
4/3/12

What are the three areas of health? What is your strongest area, and why?


What would their health triangle look like1

Mental/Emo

Health Triangle

Social

Physical

What would their health triangle look like?

  • Professional Athlete?

  • CEO of Apple (Steve Jobs)  RIP

  • Lindsay Lohan


Health continuum
Health continuum

Also known as the Wellness Scale.

Review:

What does the wellness scale look like?

Name the 2 extremes on the scale.

What are some other areas you can find on the scale?

Where do most Americans fall?

Give an example of the type of behaviors you might see a person participate in at each end of the scale.


Health continuum1
Health Continuum

  • Professional Athlete?

  • CEO of Apple (Steve Jobs)

  • Lindsay Lohan


Lifestyle Factors: habits that affect how long a person lives/quality of life.

Risk behaviors: actions that can potentially threaten your health or the health of others.

Give an example of a risk behavior.

Healthful Behaviors: actions that keep you and others safe and free from harm and injury.

Give an example of a healthful behavior.


Influences on your health
Influences on your health…

Write 5 influences that effect your decisions about health.

Heredity Environment Culture

Attitude Behavior Media

Technology Peers


Wellness: an overall state of well-being. Having a good quality of life.

Prevention: practicing health and safety habits to remain free of disease and injury


Why do we have to take health
Why do we have to take Health?

Health education: the providing of accurate health information to help people make healthy choices.

Learning about health that gives people the tools they need to live a long, energetic, productive life. It will help us to: A (Achieve) H (Display Honor) and S (Provide Service).


Health literacy:

a person’s capacity to learn about and understand basic health information and services and use these resources to promote his or her health and wellness


4 4 12
4/4/12

What are five things that influence your health?

Is there anything you have no control over that influences your health?


Review
Review

  • What are some influences on your health?

  • What is a risk behavior?

    • Give me an example.

  • What is a healthful behavior?

    • Give me an example.


Influences on your health1
Influences on your health…

Write 5 influences that effect your decisions about health.

Heredity Environment Culture

Attitude Behavior Media

Technology Peers


Wellness: an overall state of well-being. Having a good quality of life.

Prevention: practicing health and safety habits to remain free of disease and injury


Why do we have to take health1
Why do we have to take Health?

Health education: the providing of accurate health information to help people make healthy choices.

Learning about health that gives people the tools they need to live a long, energetic, productive life. It will help us to: A (Achieve) H (Display Honor) and S (Provide Service).


Health literacy:

a person’s capacity to learn about and understand basic health information and services and use these resources to promote his or her health and wellness


Cumulative risks: related risks that increase in effect with each added risk

Abstinence: avoiding harmful behaviors

Write down one harmful behavior Describe what positive results would happen from abstaining from that behavior.

Share that information with 5 people in this classroom. You have 2 minutes to complete this task.


Healthy people 2010
Healthy People 2010

Was a plan to improve the health of the people in the United States. It is updated every 10 years. The US is working on updates for 2020 now.


Health people 2010
Health People 2010

  • Main Focus Areas:

    • Access to quality health services

    • Cancer

    • Educational and Community-Based Programs


Health people 20101
Health People 2010

Main Focus Areas (continued):

  • Food Safety

  • Heart Disease and Stroke

  • Physical activity and fitness

  • Injury and Violence Prevention


Health people 20102
Health People 2010

  • Main Focus Areas (continued):

    • Nutrition and Overweight

      • Obesity

    • STD’s

      • HIV/AIDS

    • Tobacco Use



New areas in hp 2020
New Areas in HP 2020

  • Adolescent Health

  • Blood Disorders and Blood Safety

  • Dementias, Including Alzheimer’s Disease

  • Early and Middle Childhood

  • Genomics

  • Global Health

  • Healthcare-Associated Infections

  • Health-Related Quality of Life and Well-Being

  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health

  • Older Adults

  • Preparedness

  • Sleep Health

  • Social Determinants of Health


Healthy people 2020
Healthy People 2020

Activity: 2010 is here, time to plan for 2020.

If you were working with the President to improve the health of our country what would you focus on for Healthy People 2020?

  • Work with the person sitting next to you.

  • Discuss and write down your five issues.

  • Describe how our country could reach each of the goals you designed. Be detailed.

  • Come up with a slogan for Health People 2020.

  • Design your HP 2020 logo.


4 5 12 free write friday thursday
4/5/12 - Free Write “Friday”!(Thursday)

What are your three favorite hobbies or activities (H.S.L.)? Describe the positive impact that each has on your health.



Textbook scavenger hunt
Textbook Scavenger Hunt Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Students will work in partners to complete the textbook scavenger hunt.

  • The first pair to complete the scavenger hunt, with the correct answers, will win a prize

  • Students should be seated (in a chair) the entire time.

  • Please work quietly


Q o d april 16 th 2012
Q.O.D. – April 16 Building Wellness Policy_Appo.pptth, 2012

  • How can you use the knowledge of health education to help others?


Hp 20201
HP 2020 Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt


Healthy people 20201
Healthy People 2020 Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

Activity: 2010 is here, time to plan for 2020.

If you were working with the President to improve the health of our country what would you focus on for Healthy People 2020?

  • Work with the person sitting next to you.

  • Discuss and write down your five issues.

  • Describe how our country could reach each of the goals you designed. Be detailed.

  • Come up with a slogan for Health People 2020.

  • Design your HP 2020 logo.


Healthy people 20202
Healthy People 2020 Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Present to the class


April 17 th 2012
April 17 Building Wellness Policy_Appo.pptth , 2012

  • Explain a situation in your life when poor communication between two or more people has lead to an unfavorable outcome. (THINK!!!!)


Health skills Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt: specific tools and strategies that help you maintain, protect, and improve all aspects of your health

Communication: skills for building and maintaining healthy relationships


Communication
Communication Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Listen and Draw Activity


Communication1
Communication Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • …through a common system of symbols, signs, or behaviors.

  • Symbols = something used to represent something else

  • Signs = a notice, direction, warning, or advertisement, that is displayed or posted for public view

  • Behaviors = the actions or reactions of a person


Signs symbols behaviors
Signs, Symbols, Behaviors Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt


Communication2
Communication Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Nonverbal : communication without the use of spoken language


New types of communication
“New” Building Wellness Policy_Appo.pptTypes of Communication

  • E-mail

  • AIM

  • Texting

  • Cell phone

  • Skype / Facetime


Communication3
Communication Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • S = Square to Partner

  • O = Open

  • L = Lean in slightly

  • E = Eye contact

  • R = Relax


Communication4
Communication Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

Clearly say what you mean.

  • Use I messages to state your position.

  • I messages have 3 parts. The event, the result and your feelings.

  • They do not blame or shame anyone.


Communication5
Communication Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Kate is on the track team. She comes from a family that doesn’t have much money. Angie is making fun of Kate because her running shoes are a cheap brand. You say to Angie, “You’re being so rude. You’re acting like a snob.” Change that to an I-statement that follows the formula:

    I feel ____ when you ___ because______.


Communication6
Communication Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Possible response:

    “I feel angry and sad when you make fun of Kate’s shoes because I think she probably feels embarrassed.”


Communication7
Communication Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Possible response:

    “I feel angry and sad

    when you make fun of Kate’s shoes

    because I think she probably feels embarrassed.”


Communication8
Communication Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • You’re on my case all the time, Mom. Will you just leave me alone?

  • You’re talking too fast.

  • You play favorites in your class. You like kids on the basketball team better than the other students.

  • You are so irresponsible. You ruined my sweater, and you don’t even care.


Communication9
Communication Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

Pay attention to how you say something.

  • Use a respectful tone.

  • Make sure your body language reflects what you are saying.

  • Be a good listener. Do not interrupt the person talking.

    How can you show that you are listening?


4 18 12
4/18/12 Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • What makes communication such an important health skill?

    • If you don’t think it is, explain why


Review1
Review Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Communication is a common system of: _

    • Signs

    • Symbols

    • Behaviors

  • New types of communication?

    • E-mail

    • AIM

    • Texting

    • Cell phone


Review2
Review Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • What does SOLER stand for?

    • S = Square to Partner

    • O = Open

    • L = Lean in slightly

    • E = Eye contact

    • R = Relax


Review3
Review Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • What is the formula for an I-statement?

    • I feel ____ when you ____ because _____.

  • How can you show that you are listening?


Health skills Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt: specific tools and strategies that help you maintain, protect, and improve all aspects of your health

Communication: skills for building and maintaining healthy relationships


I messages conflict resolution
I-messages & Conflict Resolution Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • I-Messages at work...


Fun fun
Fun Building Wellness Policy_Appo.pptFun

  • Whisper-down-the-alley / telephone


Conversation skit
Conversation Skit Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Form a group. (No more than 4 people)

  • Create a short skit showing poor communication

    • Everyone in your group must be involved in the skit

    • Information must be H.S.L.

  • Change the skit to show how good communication should have looked in that situation.


More health skills
More Health Skills Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

Conflict resolution: the process of ending a conflict through cooperation and problem solving.

When dealing with a conflict:

  • Take time to calm down and think.

  • When talking about it, speak calmly and listen. Ask questions when you need to.

  • Be respectful and try to brainstorm solutions.


Refusal skills Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt: communication strategies that can help you say no when you are urged to take part in behaviors that are unsafe or unhealthful, or go against your values.

There are 5 refusal skills to remember.


Refusal skills
Refusal Skills Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Being able to say stop or no firmly.

  • Explain Why

    3. Suggest Alternatives

    4. Use Appropriate Body language

    5. Leave if necessary


Conversation skit1
Conversation Skit Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Form a group. (No more than 4 people)

  • Create a short skit showing poor communication

    • Everyone in your group must be involved in the skit

    • Information must be H.S.L.

  • Change the skit to show how good communication should have looked in that situation.


Balloon activity
Balloon Activity Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • If the statement listed causes stress, blow air one time into the balloon.

  • If it isn’t stressful, then let a little air out of your balloon


Stressful situations
Stressful Situations? Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Waking up in the morning

  • Studying for Math

  • Dog died (death of a pet)

  • Computer crashes the night before your 5 page research paper is due

  • Shopping on Black Friday


Stressful situations1
Stressful Situations? Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • A blind date

  • Becoming a member of a sports team or an extracurricular activity

  • You can’t find your wallet

  • Family “issues” (fight with parent/guardian/sibling, divorce, death, etc)

  • Speaking in public


Stress
Stress Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

What is the definition of stress?

Write the answer in your notes.

Stress management: ways to deal with or overcome the negative effects of stress


Stress management
Stress Management Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

Ways to manage your stress:

  • Listening to calming music

  • Physical Activity

  • Laughing

  • Managing your time

    What other ways do you manage your stress? List 3 healthy ways.


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgeOaygSgIY Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt


Deep breathing activity
Deep Breathing Activity Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Ipod : Breathe Easy


4 19 12
??4/19/12?? Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

Do you think you are health literate? What do you think you need to learn to become more health literate?


4 19 12 q o d
4/19/12 Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt– Q.O.D.

  • Do you make a decision instinctively or do you take time to think about the decision before you make it?


Review4
Review Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Refusal skills?

    • Being able to say stop or no firmly.

    • Explain Why

    • Suggest Alternatives

    • Use Appropriate Body language

    • Leave if necessary

  • Stress management techniques?


Stress management1
Stress Management Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

Ways to manage your stress:

  • Listening to calming music

  • Physical Activity

  • Laughing

  • Managing your time

    What other ways do you manage your stress? List 3 healthy ways.


Http www youtube com watch v sgeoaygsgiy1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgeOaygSgIY Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt


Deep breathing activity1
Deep Breathing Activity Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Ipod : Breathe Easy


More health skills1
More Health Skills Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

Being able to access information if you have questions.

List 3 resources in the school you could talk to if you had a health question


Advocacy Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt: taking action to influence others to address a health-concern or to support a health-related belief


Decision Making Skills: Building Wellness Policy_Appo.pptsteps that enable you to make healthful decisions


Decision Making Steps Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • State the situation.

  • List the options.

  • Weigh the possible outcomes.

  • Consider values.

  • Make a decision and act on it.

  • Evaluate the decision.


Daily dilemma s
Daily Dilemma’s Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Worksheets


Assignment
Assignment Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

Think about a book recently read or a movie you watched where the main character had to make an important decision.

Answer the following questions:

  • What was the decision the character had to make?

  • Did the character follow the decision making steps? All or part of them? Describe how.

  • What were the results of the decision?

  • How did the character feel about the decision after they made it?

  • If you were in that character’s position what would you have done?


4 20 12
4/20/12 Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

Why is it important to have goals?


Review5
Review Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • How many decision making steps are there?

    • 6

  • What are the 6 decision making steps (in order)?

  • State the situation.

  • List the options.

  • Weigh the possible outcomes.

  • Consider values.

  • Make a decision and act on it.

  • Evaluate the decision.


Decision Making Skills: Building Wellness Policy_Appo.pptsteps that enable you to make healthful decisions


Decision Making Steps Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • State the situation.

  • List the options.

  • Weigh the possible outcomes.

  • Consider values.

  • Make a decision and act on it.

  • Evaluate the decision.


Assignment1
Assignment Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

Think about a book recently read or a movie you watched where the main character had to make an important decision.

Answer the following questions:

  • What was the decision the character had to make?

  • Did the character follow the decision making steps? All or part of them? Describe how.

  • What were the results of the decision?

  • How did the character feel about the decision after they made it?

  • If you were in that character’s position what would you have done?


Goal Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt: something you aim for that takes planning and work

Short-term goal: a goal that you can reach in a short period of time

Long-term goal: reach over an extended period of time


Goal Setting Steps Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Identify specific goal & write it

  • List steps you need to take

  • Identify potential problems & ways to get help and support

  • Set checkpoints/evaluations

  • Reward yourself for achievement


Goal setting assignment
Goal Setting Assignment Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Come up with either a long or short term goal and write it down.

  • List 5 steps that you need to take to complete the goal.

  • List 5 problems that might arise.

  • Name 2 people or places that you can find help.

  • Come up with 5 checkpoints

  • How will you reward yourself?


4 23 12
4/23/12 Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

Why is it important to writedown your goals?


Goal Setting Steps Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Identify specific goal & write it

  • List steps you need to take

  • Identify potential problems & ways to get help and support

  • Set checkpoints/evaluations

  • Reward yourself for achievement


Goal setting assignment1
Goal Setting Assignment Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Come up with either a long or short term goal and write it down.

  • List 5 steps that you need to take to complete the goal.

  • List 5 problems that might arise.

  • Name 2 people or places that you can find help.

  • Come up with 5 checkpoints

  • How will you reward yourself?


Agenda
AGENDA Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Make up:

    • Goal Setting Notes

    • Goal Setting Assignment

    • Other Missing work

    • Review assignment

  • Review for Unit Test TOMORROW!


4 24 12
4/24/12 Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Self reflection:

    • What is something that most people do not know about you?

  • Study (5 minutes)


Video
Video Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Rudy

    • No talking, no sleeping, no cell phones

    • Complete worksheet

    • Be prepared to answer questions


4 25 12
4/25/12 Building Wellness Policy_Appo.ppt

  • Self-reflection:

    • If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be and why?


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