Personal and Community Health Teacher Resources

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Students explore the implications of the avian flu. In this personal health lesson plan, students listen to a lecture about the avian flu, its history, and how it spreads.
Young scholars consider how to seek help with emotional issues. In this personal health lesson, students watch public service announcements and discuss their messages.
Middle schoolers keep food diaries. In this personal health lesson plan, students keep food diaries, calculate their caloric, fat gram, and carbohydrate intake and chart the results in spreadsheets. Student compare their personal data with that of their classmates. 
Students investigate their fitness levels. In this personal health lesson plan, students participate in the President’s Challenge for Fitness to assess their physical fitness levels and set goals for improvement. The 5 tests students complete are curl ups, sit and reach, push ups, shuttle run, and timed mile run.
Students explore self-expression through poetry. In this personal health lessons students read and discuss poetry regarding teen topics of interest. Students write poems, that express empathy.
In this English skills worksheet, students respond to 5 multiple choice questions regarding body and personal health issues.
Young scholars develop their self-awareness. In this personal health lesson plan, students respond to discussion questions, create personal timelines, design personal posters, and write autobiographies to foster better understanding of themselves and one another.
Students discover how to prepare low-cost, nutritional meals. In this personal health instructional activity, students analyze nutritional standards, plan a nutritional meal, budget for the meal, and share their findings with their classmates.
Students practice asking for help. In this personal health lesson, students role play scenarios that require them to solicit and accept help in particular situations.
In this personal health worksheet, students take good sportsmanship into consideration as they read an assigned article and respond to 3 short answer questions.
Sixth graders investigate the effects of tobacco. For this personal health lesson, 6th graders use print and Internet sources to research the effects of smoking. Students create PowerPoint presentations using their research findings.
Students research superbugs. In this personal health lesson, students visit selected websites to investigate the use of antibiotics and the prevalence of staphylococci.
Eleventh graders share nutritional information with others. In this personal health lesson, 11th graders research nutritional needs and create Web pages that feature tips and facts for people in their own community about good nutrition practices. 
Young scholars examine personal health by defining the five food groups. In this food pyramid lesson, students discuss the importance of each food group and write them on the board. Young scholars utilize the Internet to participate in a food identification interactive game.
Students consider calls for help. In this personal health lesson, students design advertisements meant to motivate reluctant people who need help to go ahead and ask for it.
Pupils explore happiness and well-being. In this personal health instructional activity, students determine whether governments can or should cultivate happiness as they participate in a discussion activity.
In this personal health worksheet, students take a quiz pertaining to puberty as they respond to 10 multiple choice, fill in the blank, and short answer questions.
In this personal health activity, students read 5 letters pertaining to puberty changes. Students select 1 letter, do some research, and issue a response.
In this personal health graphic organizer worksheet, students identify 9 factors that influence attitudes toward alcohol, tobacco, and drugs.
Seventh graders apply problem solving skills to everyday problems. In this personal health activity, 7th graders discuss the role of hope in their lives and then discuss how problem solving skills can help them in peer pressure situations. Students role play peer pressure situations using problem solving methods.