Students will study and communicate personal and community health; mental, emotional, and social health; injury prevention and safety; nutrition and physical activity; alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs; human growth and development, sexual health, and Hands-Only CPR. This course is a required course for graduation.
Key Course Learning Experiences
This course is designed using interactive personalized learning to allow for personalized intertest.
Allows students to critically think and dig deeper into current health topics of concern.
Allows students to communicate and learn with professional sources (Community Speakers)
Allows students to communicate to an audience by presenting their project.
Students are able to reflect on their own well-being.
Essential Learning Goals
Evaluates concepts and influences related to health and disease - 80%
Develops communication skills to enhance health and reduce risks - 10%
Access credible sources and research accurate data to gain valuable information on a variety of health topics - 10%
Major Assessments and Success Criteria
Students will complete performance tasks for various units.
Students will know they are successful if they can successfully demonstrate their ability to evaluate and communicate reliable health concepts.
Students will complete an end of unit CSA
Students will know they are successful if they can show their understanding of the key concepts of the unit.