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.

Examples:

- 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

Health (2009)
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10.) Identify mental and emotional health concepts.

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- 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

Health (2009)
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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
Health (2009)
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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

Health (2009)
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15.) Explain ways medicine can help people.

•  Naming adults who can administer medicine
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1.) Recognize health-enhancing activities that promote clean schools, homes, and communities.

Example: participating in school-wide cleanup, Auntie Litter, and People Against a Littered State (PALS) projects

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2.) Recognize safety instructions on consumer products.

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3.) Name technology resources used to access reliable health information.

Examples: telephone, Internet, television, digital video diskette (DVD)

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4.) Identify roles and responsibilities of health care professionals within the community.

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5.) Describe ways to save energy, water, and other resources.

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6.) Recognize activities that encourage healthy family living.

Examples: family meal time, family outings

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7.) Differentiate between safe and unsafe touch.

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8.) Demonstrate ways to summon help in an emergency.

Examples: dialing 911, contacting trusted and helpful adults

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9.) Identify positive ways to cope with emotions.

Examples: talking to a parent, taking time-out away from others, seeking help from teachers or administrators

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10.) Identify decision-making skills that enhance health.

Example: saying "no" to medication unless prescribed by a doctor or given by a designated adult

Health (2009)
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11.) Identify foods in the six food groups on MyPyramid.

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12.) Recognize foods and beverages that are healthy choices.

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- foods—vegetables, fruits, whole grains

- beverages—water, 100 percent fruit and vegetable juices, low-fat milk

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13.) Identify ways in which germs enter the body.

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14.) Describe how the avoidance of harmful substances may enhance personal health and individual well-being.

Example: avoiding tobacco and second-hand smoke to promote healthy lungs

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15.) Identify refusal skills needed to avoid harmful substances.

Examples: saying "no," walking away

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1.) Identify community emergency services.

Examples: police and fire departments, emergency medical services (EMS)

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2.) Explain the importance of warnings found on tobacco products and medical and chemical containers.

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3.) Identify effects of pollutants, household wastes, and chemical hazards on the environment.

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4.) Identify hereditary and environmental factors that influence family health.

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- hereditary—diabetes, hypertension

- environmental—exposure to second-hand smoke, mold, and air pollutants

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5.) Describe safety products, devices, warning signs, and symbols.

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6.) List rules for weapon safety.

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7.) Describe personal behaviors that enhance safety at school, home, and within the community.

Examples:

- school—staying seated on the bus, observing playground rules

- home—using the Internet with parental supervision, establishing emergency escape routes

- community—staying close to parent in a mall, practicing water safety

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8.) Explain ways that bullying and excessive teasing can be hurtful.

•  Comparing positive and negative ways to respond to conflict
Examples: taking responsibility for personal behavior instead of blaming others, talking instead of hitting, waiting turn instead of interrupting

Health (2009)
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9.) Identify the six major nutrients.

Examples: carbohydrates, fats, proteins, water, vitamins, minerals

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10.) Recognize ways of responding to hunger and satiety cues.

Examples: eating when hungry, not eating when full

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11.) Recognize causes of illness and disease.

Examples: germs, hereditary and environmental factors, personal health decisions

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12.) Identify ways drugs enter the body, including injection, inhalation, absorption, and ingestion.

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13.) Identify household substances that are often misused.

Examples: glue, markers, aerosol sprays, paint

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1.) Recognize media messages affecting consumer health decisions.

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2.) Relate common health problems to environmental factors.

Examples: flu and colds due to germ transmission indoors, sunburn due to overexposure to the sun

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3.) Describe factors that may cause changes in family units.

Examples: death, divorce, remarriage, birth, adoption, promotion, relocation

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4.) Identify behaviors that should be reported to responsible adults.

Examples: use of drugs, tobacco, or alcohol; incidence of abuse, neglect, or physical fighting or threats

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5.) Explain why having friends with health conditions or special needs can be safe.

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6.) Identify ways to create and maintain healthy friendships.

Examples: using assertive communication skills, disagreeing respectfully

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7.) Identify resources that assist with mental and emotional health.

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- school—nurse, guidance counselor, administrator, resource officer

- community—parent or other trusted adult

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8.) List a food source for each of the major nutrients.

Examples:

- proteins and fats—meat

- carbohydrates and vitamins—vegetables

- water and minerals—fruit

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9.) Identify portion sizes and number of daily servings needed from each food group using MyPyramid.

•  Choosing food and beverages based on balance, moderation, and variety
•  Explaining nutrient and caloric information found on a nutrition facts label
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10.) Describe types, causes, and symptoms of communicable and noncommunicable diseases.

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11.) Identify skills needed to make healthy decisions regarding the use of drugs or other harmful substances.

Examples: resistance skills, resilience skills

Health (2009)
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12.) Identify safety rules for using medicine.

Examples: following directions on personal prescriptions, avoiding sharing personal medications with others

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13.) Distinguish between legal and illegal drugs.

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1.) Compare health-related advertisements regarding "truth-in-advertising."

Health (2009)
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2.) Explain ways industry impacts environmental and community health.

Examples: land, air, noise, or water pollution; disposal of hazardous waste

Health (2009)
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3.) Identify environmental health issues related to home and work.

Examples: waste disposal, stagnant water, mold

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4.) Explain the importance of communication within the family unit.

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5.) Identify benefits of adequate sleep, nutrition, and exercise for the body.

Examples: mental alertness, strong immune system, healthy weight

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6.) Describe the importance of personal hygiene health habits related to puberty and adolescence.

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7.) Describe healthful ways to express emotions.

Examples: journaling, talking to an older sibling or trusted adult

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8.) Identify ways to respect personal boundaries of others.

Examples: responding to nonverbal cues, tolerating opinions, recognizing personal space

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9.) Utilize information on food labels to determine the nutritional value of various foods.

•  Describing healthy meals and snacks
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10.) Explain relationships among nutrition, health, and wellness.

Examples: impact of following national dietary guidelines, long-term effects of eating saturated fats, risks of excessive sugar and caffeine intake

•  Describing how media, culture, and availability influence food choices
•  Identifying safe food-handling practices
Example: following recommended cleaning, cooking, and storing practices

Health (2009)
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11.) Differentiate between acute and chronic medical conditions.

Examples:

- acute—flu, strep throat

- chronic—asthma, diabetes

Health (2009)
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12.) Describe physical effects of substance abuse on the body.

Examples: shortness of breath, elevated heart rate, stained teeth, impaired judgment, addiction

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13.) Describe risk factors that can lead to substance abuse.

Examples: peer pressure, family history, stress, depression, psychological disorders

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1.) Name factors to consider when selecting health products.

Examples: cost, safety, effectiveness, side effects

Health (2009)
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2.) Compare health-related resources regarding reliability.

Example: comparing health information in professional journals to health information in tabloid magazines

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3.) Describe ways individuals, businesses, and communities protect the environment.

Examples: Adopt-a-Mile clean-up efforts, recycling projects, proper waste disposal procedures

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4.) Identify types of communication that influence family behavior.

Example: conversations during family meals, including active listening

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5.) Identify risky behaviors that affect personal health and safety.

Examples: use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs; premarital sexual activity; self-mutilation

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6.) Recognize basic first aid skills.

Examples: washing wounds with soap and water; applying the Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation (RICE) technique to injured muscles or joints

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7.) Describe the impact of puberty on mental and emotional health.

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8.) Explain prevention and intervention techniques related to bullying.

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9.) Identify factors in addition to nutrition that affect personal body shape and size.

Examples: age, gender, height, genetics, society, activity level, illness

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10.) Describe the major components of MyPyramid, including food groups, number of servings, variety of foods, nutrients, and physical activity.

•  Distinguishing between healthy and unhealthy dietary patterns
Health (2009)
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11.) Explain the body's natural defenses against diseases.

Examples: skin serving as a barrier to germ invasion, fever triggering an immune response

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12.) Recognize communicable diseases that are preventable through immunization.

Examples: measles; tetanus; hepatitis A, B, and C

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13.) Recognize prevention and intervention strategies for substance abuse.

Example: participating in drug abuse resistance education, community youth group activities, peer helping, and school service clubs

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1.) Compare name brand to generic health care products.

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2.) Describe practices that protect the environment and control disease.

Examples: managing contamination from biohazardous waste, removing objects that collect water to prevent breeding grounds for mosquitoes

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3.) Identify characteristics of healthy relationships among family units.

Examples: communication, mutual respect, trust, acceptance of differences

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4.) Describe how communicable diseases affect physical, psychological, environmental, and social health.

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5.) Demonstrate steps to take during emergency medical situations.

Example: three C's—Check the scene, Call 911, Care for victim

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6.) Recognize strategies necessary to resolve emotional and physical conflicts.

Examples: reflective listening, adult intervention, peer mediation, anger management

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7.) Explain sexual harassment protection strategies.

Examples: objecting to inappropriate behavior or language; reporting harassment to parents, teachers, or school officials

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8.) Compare verbal and nonverbal communication skills.

Examples:

- verbal—compromise, negotiation

- nonverbal—body language, facial expression

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9.) Analyze various dietary patterns to determine their impact on health.

Examples: over-eating, under-eating, eating a balanced diet

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10.) Identify factors that impact nutrition choices of adolescents, including body image, advertising, eating disorders, and peer influence.

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11.) Explain methods of HIV transmission.

Examples: shared needles, sexual contact, exchange of body fluids

•  Recognizing common myths regarding HIV transmission
Examples: casual contact, use of public restroom

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12.) Describe consequences of substance use and abuse.

Examples: impaired judgment leading to premarital sexual activity, transmission of disease, risk of injury, unwanted pregnancy, birth defects

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13.) Describe possible consequences of tobacco use, including smokeless tobacco.

Examples: stained teeth, halitosis, cancer, emphysema

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1.) Describe resources that provide health care services.

Examples: county health departments, American Red Cross, American Diabetes Association

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2.) Explain cultural influences on health behaviors, including social norms, family traditions, and stereotypes.

Example: family eating habits

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3.) Describe how health is affected by the environment.

Example: respiratory problems caused by second-hand smoke

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4.) Evaluate advances in technology that can improve environmental health.

Examples: alternative energy sources, recycled products

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5.) Describe the influence of family history, culture, and environment on the causes and prevention of disease and other health problems.

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6.) Propose strategies for self-defense, including parking lot safety, Internet safety, and telephone safety.

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7.) Demonstrate decision-making skills as they relate to situations involving health risks.

Examples: responding appropriately to sexual harassment, avoiding physical conflict, objecting to verbal and physical bullying, avoiding inappropriate electronic communication

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8.) Plan a healthy meal.

•  Comparing nutrient density in a variety of snacks and beverages
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9.) Explain ways microorganisms can cause food-borne illnesses.

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10.) Describe diseases of the nervous, reproductive, circulatory, and respiratory systems.

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11.) Compare short- and long-term effects of risky behaviors that compromise adolescent health.

•  Predicting potential health consequences of popular trends, including tattooing, piercing, and self-mutilation
Health (2009)
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12.) Identify disease-causing agents.

Examples: viruses, protozoa, bacteria, fungi

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13.) Recognize substance misuse, abuse, and dependence.

•  Recognizing the legal age to purchase tobacco and alcohol in Alabama
•  Explaining psychological, legal, and financial consequences of substance abuse
Health (2009)
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1.) Identify procedures for making consumer health complaints.

Examples: speaking with a store manager, calling the Better Business Bureau, contacting a patient-relations representative

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2.) Describe health advocacy strategies.

Examples: writing and recording public service announcements for school or community broadcasts, writing letters to editors of local newspapers, implementing a school health improvement project

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3.) Identify public environmental laws that protect personal health.

Examples: dumping, polluting, littering

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4.) Recognize cultural influences that impact health behaviors.

Examples: family perceptions of health care professionals, family perceptions of healthy body image, societal expectations of remaining abstinent until married

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5.) Describe behaviors that may prevent personal injury.

Examples: wearing protective gear, using seat belts, handling flammable materials properly

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6.) Describe personal responsibility for reducing hazards and avoiding accidents.

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7.) Identify barriers to communication regarding health-related issues.

Examples: fear, embarrassment, lack of vocabulary

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8.) Identify strategies for controlling impulsive behaviors.

Examples:

- strategies—seeking mental health resources, utilizing conflict resolution techniques

- behaviors—self-mutilation, aggressive outbursts

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9.) Describe common eating disorders.

Examples: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge-eating

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10.) Identify possible consequences of poor nutrition.

Example: increased risk for heart disease, obesity, cancer, fatigue, poor academic performance, osteoporosis

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11.) Explain benefits, limitations, and misuse of dietary supplements.

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12.) Describe types of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

•  Explaining benefits of abstinence
•  Identifying physical, social, and emotional effects of STIs
•  Describing long-term effects of HIV and AIDS on the human body
Examples: destruction of the immune system, contraction of opportunistic infections

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13.) Explain why mixing drugs can cause injury, illness, and death.

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1.) Analyze technology for its influence on consumer health and health care.

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2.) Describe ways to advocate for a healthy environment.

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3.) Describe global environmental issues.

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4.) Identify personal, financial, and legal responsibilities of parenthood.

•  Identifying negative consequences associated with teen parenthood
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5.) Identify common causes of disability and premature death.

Examples: sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), unintentional and intentional injuries, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer

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6.) Demonstrate CPR and automated external defibrillator (AED) techniques and other first aid skills.

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Grade(s): 9 - 12
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7.) Recognize personal responsibility for lifelong health.

Examples: participating regularly in physical activity; practicing water safety; operating motor vehicles safely; scheduling annual physical exams, cancer screenings, and immunizations

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8.) Identify symptoms, methods of treatment, and management of mental health disorders, depression, and stress.

•  Recognizing available resources and hotlines for mental health concerns
Examples:

- resources—school personnel, peers

- hotlines—suicide prevention, rape crisis

•  Identifying warning signs and prevention strategies for suicide
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9.) Describe significant life events that impact mental and emotional health.

Examples: birth or death of a loved one, marriage, childbirth, adoption, divorce, illness, victimization, relocation, end-of-relationship

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10.) Analyze social and cultural messages about food and eating for their influence on nutrition choices.

•  Identifying factors that impact nutrition choices, including procurement, cost, and food preparation time
•  Describing persuasive techniques used by the media to influence decisions regarding purchasing food
•  Describing health consequences and treatment of eating disorders
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11.) Describe prevention and management strategies for acute and chronic health conditions.

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12.) Explain prevention methods for communicable diseases and infections.

Examples: using standard precautions, practicing abstinence, scheduling immunizations

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13.) Explain the progression of HIV infection to AIDS.

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14.) Interpret federal, state, and local laws as they relate to the purchase, sale, use, and possession of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

•  Identifying local school system rules for substance use and abuse
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15.) Identify effects on health and behavior regarding the use of chemical substances, including prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs, illegal drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.

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16.) Explain physiological effects of chemical substances on health and behavior.

Examples: liver damage, emphysema, heart disease