Question of the Day Discuss with your group what you think a healthy person is?
Health Triangle . • Six components of health; • Physical • Mental • Social • Emotional • Spiritual • Environmental
Health Triangle What do you think physical health is?
Health Triangle Physical Health... • The condition of your body • Proper physical activity • Eating nutritious foods • Avoiding harmful substances • Getting enough rest
Health Triangle What do you think social health is?
Health Triangle Social Health… • How you relate to other people • Communicate effectively • Spend time with family and friends • Don’t shut yourself out
Health Triangle What do you think mental/ emotional health is?
Health Triangle Mental/ Emotional Health is… • Thoughts and feelings • Maintain a positive attitude • Express feelings in healthy ways • Body image • High self esteem • Making right decisions • Healthy relationships
Health Triangle If physical health is smaller, how are the others affected?
Health Triangle If social health is smaller, how are the others affected?
Health Triangle If mental/ emotional health is smaller, how are the others affected?
Health Triangle 1) Read each scenario 2) Match up the correct triangle with each scenario 3) Which of these triangles are unbalanced? What needs to happen to make them balanced again? • Scenario 1 • Jordan has lots of friends. He spends most of his time getting together with them. They play video games, go to the beach, or watch movies. Jordan has never been very good at sports or school, and he does not try to change that. • Scenario 2 • Tamara has a few close friends and sees them primarily on the weekends. She is busy most weeknights with basketball practice and homework. Geography is her favorite subject. • Scenario 3 • Aaron does not spend much time with friends or family because he has soccer practice on weeknights and baseball games on weekends. His grades, which used to be good, are slipping and his parents are annoyed because he’s not doing his chores.
Health Triangle After each of the statements, write “yes” or “no” next to them • Physical Health • I get at least 8 hours of sleep each night • I eat a well balanced diet, including breakfast everyday • I keep my body, hair, and teeth clean • I avoid using tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs • I see a doctor and dentist for regular check ups
Health Triangle After each of the statements, write “yes” or “no” next to them • Social Health • I respect and care for my family • I know how to disagree with others without getting angry • I am a good listener • I get support from others when I need it • I say “no” when people ask me to do something harmful or wrong
Health Triangle After each of the statements, write “yes” or “no” next to them • Mental/Emotional Health • I generally feel good about myself and I accept who I am • I express my feelings clearly and calmly, even when I’m angry or sad • I accept helpful criticism • I feel like people like and accept me • I like to learn new information and develop new skills
Health Triangle 1) Add up all the “yes” answers you had for all three types of health 2) Choose a symbol to represent all “yes” answers • Physical, Social, Mental/Emotional Health
Health Triangle 1) Use your symbols to form your health triangle 2) Label the three sides of your triangle Social Health Physical Health Mental/Emotional Health
Health Triangle Answer each of the questions honestly.. • Is your health triangle balanced? • Is there one area you are strong in? • Is there one area you need to work on?
Health Triangle How do you make goals? • Short term goals • Hours, days, weeks, a few months • Long term goals • Months, years
Health Triangle How do you make goals? • Make them SMART • Specific • What do I hope to accomplish by setting this goal? • What am I going to do? • Measurable • Can I see, count, measure, weigh and/or quantify my anticipated results? • Can I easily determine a point/number of success? • What is the amount or percentage I need to "hit" in order to reach my goal?
Health Triangle How do you make goals? • Make them SMART • Attainable • Thinking optimistically, can this really be achieved with my/our abilities? • Do we have the resources, or potential access to the resources that we need to achieve this goal? • Realistic • Set your goals low enough to be achieved but high enough to be a challenge. • Timely • Is this goal appropriate for me/us right now? • Do we have enough time to establish reasonable timelines, target dates and deadlines?
Health Triangle How do you make goals? • SMART Goals • To do new service projects this year. VS. • To do a new service project each semester of the 07-08 school year. • This week I will walk 15 minutes a day at 3.0 mph for three days.
Health Triangle SMART Goals Create your own SMART goal…..
Health Triangle Scan the QR code and follow the directions
Wellness . • Wellness • State of well-being, or having a balanced health triangle • It can be achieved through good habits
Wellness . • Maintaining • Take care of health problems as they arise • Try to protect and improve health • Prevent: vision or hearing loss, damage from sun
Wellness . • Wellness Continuum • Health falls on a line (continuum), different at any given time • Your choices determine whetheryouhave a low or high level of health
Wellness . • Wellness Continuum • High Level Wellness (Peak Health) • Practice good habits and behaviors (stays informed), self motivated, responsible • Premature Death (Poor Health) • Practice unhealthy habits and behaviors (lacks up to date information), rely on others
Exit Slip . • Spending time with one’s family is part of • Physical Health • Social Health • Mental/Emotional Health
Exit Slip . • Good health habits help you maintain a high level of _________
Exit Slip . • What are the three parts of the health triangle?
Exit Slip . • What is the relationship between health and wellness?
Exit Slip . • What are the five parts of a SMART goal?