Courses of Study: Health

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Health (2009)
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1.) Name major health care professions.

Examples: nurse, dentist, physician, pharmacist

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2.) Identify health information sources in the community.

Examples: parents, school nurse, family doctor

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3.) Identify ways schools encourage a healthy environment.

Examples: providing smoke-free facilities, serving healthy meals in the lunchroom, maintaining clean restrooms

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4.) Recognize environmental hazards.

Examples: oil spill, downed power line

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5.) Identify types of families.

Examples: two-parent families, single-parent families, extended families, blended families

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6.) Identify individual roles and responsibilities of family members.

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7.) Recognize warning sounds and signs.

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- sounds—fire alarm, weather siren

- signs—wet floor, railroad crossing

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8.) List behaviors that promote personal safety.

Examples: following emergency drill procedures, using caution when approached by strangers, wearing seat belts and safety equipment, looking both ways before crossing the street

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9.) Explain behaviors that promote personal hygiene.

Examples: washing hands, brushing teeth, bathing

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10.) Identify mental and emotional health concepts.

Examples:

- mental—self-esteem, stress

- emotional—happiness, anger, love, fear

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11.) Describe safe responses to physical and emotional conflicts.

Example: seeking help when threatened

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12.) Identify healthy foods, including snacks.

•  Recognizing the six food groups on MyPyramid
•  Identifying characteristics of various foods
Examples: taste, smell, color, texture

•  Locating the nutrition facts label on food products
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13.) Identify healthy habits that may prevent and control disease.

Examples: coughing into sleeve; washing hands; avoiding sharing towels, combs, or brushes

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14.) Name substances that are harmful to the body.

Examples: tobacco, illegal drugs, alcohol, household cleaning products

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15.) Explain ways medicine can help people.

•  Naming adults who can administer medicine