Personal and Community Health Teacher Resources
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Students explore personal health issues. In this health journalism lesson, students read the USA Today article titled "Cities Crack Down on Raves", respond to discussion questions regarding the article, and complete an activity based on the content of the article.
Learners explore sound properties by researching decibel levels. In this noise pollution lesson, students discuss how sound is perceived by our ears and our brains and why it can cause negative health effects. Learners identify the decibel system and utilize a CD player to conduct a noise pollution experiment in class.
Learners examine sources of support. In this personal health lesson, students participate in activities that require them to consider people. organizations, and websites that they may contact when they need emotional support.
Young scholars explore environmental care by participating in an Earth science activity. In this clean water lesson, students discuss what a watershed is, how they become polluted, and how it affects the overall quality of drinking water. Young scholars create a blueprint design based on real life watersheds and complete a clean water worksheet.
Students examine Benjamin Franklin's outlook on personal health. In this personal health instructional activity, students keep food and fitness diaries. Students discuss their findings as well Benjamin Franklin's advice for living well.
Second graders participate in an activity that introduces a new unit on health and wellness. They study vocabulary of the unit.
High schoolers explore the implications of teen driving. For this personal health lesson, students research and discuss impaired driving, seat belt usage, speeding, and distracted driving. High schoolers then create public awareness marketing campaigns that address the issues.
Learners examine significant innovations in surgery and reproductive health. In this surgery lesson students view a video and answer the given questions.
Students define and compare health terms. They estimate a person's health status on each dimension of health. They describe the major determinants of health.
High schoolers, in groups, evaluate an advertisement for a health-related product. They use a worksheet to consider the advertisement and product and then present their findings to the class.
Students examine healthy habits. In this personal health lesson plan, students read books pertaining to personal health topics and then discuss basic safety, hygiene, and nutrition.
First graders explore the importance of keeping their body clean in order to maintain good health. They explore washing their hands and maintaining other good hygiene practices.
Learners participate in small group counseling sessions to solve a common issue. As a class, they define anger and note the characteristics of the warning signs. They discuss different ways of dealing with their anger and how to use the same strategies dealing with conflict resolution.
Students view a video, they summarize the function or job of each body system. They are asked why is it important that athletes in training or a person who wants to tone muscles or stay healthy should comprehend how the systems could help them.
Pupils complete movements and discuss how fitness is beneficial to their health. For this fitness lesson plan, students also discuss being safe while moving and take a quiz.
Students explore energy. In this health and nutrition lesson, students brainstorm a list of healthy foods that provide energy, and identify physical activities that burn energy. Students complete a good nutrition worksheet.
First graders explore how regular exercise keeps the body strong and healthy.
First graders explore how they can help their muscles and bones grow strong through the use of physical activity.
Students create a plan for lifelong health by setting personal health goals.
Students explore their own personal uniqueness. In this personal health lesson, students discuss personal attributes and then design special paper vests that showcase their traits.