Identify students at risk for violence or gang involvement and list and describe appropriate intervention methods?Identify and modify risk factors for unplanned pregnancies in youth.

You are to create a lesson plan that is in your own particular area of instruction but is centered around a health topic. You may choose any health topic that is included in this class. For example, if you teach history create a history lesson that is infused with health. Similarly, design a math lesson using health information if you are a math teacher. Do not design a lesson plan that is strictly nutrition or physical education. You may certainly incorporate nutrition or physical education into another subject but it may not be the subject itself (unless you are a PE teacher). The goal of this exercise is to demonstrate that any discipline can be infused with health concepts.
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Assess stress symptoms and demonstrate appropriate methods of managing stress.
2. Describe type and methods of exercise that can promote physical and mental health.
3. Describe nutritional needs for healthy living that reduces the risk of chronic disease and create a food plan that promotes weight loss.
4. Assess and modify the risk factors for cardiovascular diseases.
5. List the most common sexually transmitted diseases, the causative agent and prevention for each.
6. Compare the negative and positive effects of alcohol on the human body.
7. Assess the consequences of illicit drug use, misuse and addiction.
8. Describe the consequences of tobacco use.
9. Assess the consequences of inappropriate use of prescription and over-the-counter drugs.
10. Compare and assess behavior modification techniques that can be implemented at various stages in life.
11. Describe community resources, programs, networks, and services for promoting positive health choices for students and their families.
12. Identify students at risk for violence or gang involvement and list and describe appropriate intervention methods.
13. Identify and modify risk factors for unplanned pregnancies in youth.
14. Describe the legal issues of school health in California.
15. Recognize and identify appropriate grade-level teaching methods to promote healthy behaviors, and demonstrate the ability to develop an age-appropriate health curriculum.
16. Describe the teacher’s role in enabling, promoting and reinforcing positive health choices among students by means of instruction, role modeling, and participation in school and community wide efforts to improve health of students.

The following topics are included in the framework of the course but are not intended as limits on content. The order of presentation and relative emphasis will vary with each instructor.
1. Stress Management
Identify stress symptoms
Demonstrate appropriate stress management techniques
2. Physical Activity
Components of physical fitness
Development of an age-appropriate fitness plan
Development of an exercise plan that promotes ideal weight
3. Elements of nutritional needs that promote healthy living and reduce the risk of chronic diseases
4. Sexually Transmitted Infections
5. Substance Abuse
Illicit drugs
Prescription and over the counter drugs
Symptoms, and treatment of substance abuse
Aspects of prevention and resources
6. Pregnancy Prevention
7. Violence and gang issues
8. School and home safety
9. Behavior Modification
10. Community Resources for teachers
11. Social and cultural influences on health behaviors
12. Legal issues of school health in California
13. Grade-level and age appropriate health teaching methods


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