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6.5.1) Describe situations that can help or hinder making a healthy decision.
Examples: socio-economic status, access to medical services, availability of healthful foods, sedentary lifestyle
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6.5.2) Distinguish between healthy and unhealthy alternatives to health-related issues or problems.
Example: role-playing healthy ways to express anger and frustration
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7.5.1) Distinguish when a self-decision should be made or if help should be sought from a responsible adult.
Examples: friends begin drinking, unsafe situation arises at school, suicidal friend, suspected abuse, seat belt use, suicidal thoughts
a. Determine when it is necessary to ask for assistance when making a health choice.
Examples: friend begins to self-harm, negative peer pressure
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7.5.2) Analyze healthy alternatives over unhealthy alternatives when making decisions.
Examples: eating regular meals vs. skipping meals, choosing healthy snacks vs. junk food, getting proper exercise vs. too much screen time
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8.5.1) Predict the impact on self and others when making a health-related decision.
Examples: following a time-management plan, walking to school, limiting caffeine intake, riding with an impaired driver
a. Analyze options as well as outcomes, when pressured by peers to perform illegal acts.
Examples: underage drinking leading to being arrested, injury or death when not wearing a seat belt, riding a motorcycle without a helmet resulting in head injury
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8.5.2) Critique the positive and negative outcomes of a health-related decision.
Examples: positive -- keeping calendar to manage time, reading food labels, getting adequate sleep
negative -- tobacco use, eating disorders, drug use