CPS08-09 Health: Grade 3 Version: CPS08-09

Scholastic Area that Course Is Active In: Health

Strand: Health Concepts

H31 Health Concepts
Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention to enhance health.
Element: H31a (Nutrition/Personal Health)
The learner will explain the relationship between food, energy, and health.
Element: H31b (Nutrition/Personal Health)
The learner will describe how to choose healthful snacks.
Element: H31c (Emotional/Mental Health)
The learner will identify effective strategies for dealing with fear, stress, anger, and grief.
Element: H3d (Emotional/Mental Health)
The learner will identify and use strategies to resolve conflict.
Element: H3e (Medicine Safety)
The learner will assess the physical, mental, and social consequences of using alcohol, tobacco products, and other drugs.
Element: H31f (Medicine Safety)
The learner will distinguish between drugs that help the body and drugs that harm the body
Element: H31g (Growth and Development)
The learner will identify the parts of the circulatory and respiratory systems and summarize how they work.
Element: H31h (Growth and Development)
The learner wil describe different ways to exercise and the benefits aerobic exercise has on the cardiovascular system.
Element: H31i (Disease Prevention)
The learner will discuss circulatory and respiratory diseases/illnesses (e.g. heart disease, stroke, obesity, asthma, ear infection, and lung cancer)and their methods of prevention.
Element: H31j (Disease Prevention)
The learner will contrast infectious and noninfectious diseases.
Element: H31k (Personal Safety)
The learner will compare bicycle and water safety rules.
Element: H3l (Personal Safety)
Recognize situations when it may be important to seek emergency help.
Element: H31m (Personal Safety)
The learner will be able to identify threats to personal safety (e.g. child abuse, physical abuse, neglect and emotional abuse).
Element: H31n
The learner will identify the link between healthy choices and being healthy.
Element: H31o
The learner will recognize times when it might be important to seek health are or emergency help.
Element: H31p
The learner will give examples of intellectual, physical, emotional, and social health.

Strand: Life Skills

H32 Influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology
Students will analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology, and other factors on health behaviors.
Element: H32a
The learner will describe how the family influences personal health practices.
Element: H32b
The learner will identify how peers can influence healthy and unhealthy behaviors.
Element: H32c
The learner will identify consumer influences.

H33 Access Valid Information
Students will demonstrate the ability to access valid information and products and services to enhance health.
Element: H33a
The learner will identify local resources from home, school, and community that provide valid health information.
Element: H33b
The learner will describe characteristics of valid health information, products, and services.

H34 Commiunication Skills
Students will demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal communication skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks.
Element: H34a
The learner will demonstrate refusal skills to avoid or reduce health risks.
Element: H34b
The learner will recognize the importance of assertively refusing pressure to ingage in an unhealthy behavior.
Element: H34c
The learning will identify how listening skills can be used to build and maintain healthy relationships.
Element: H34d
The learner will recognize causes of conflicts and applies nonviolent strategies to manage or resolve.

H35 Decision-making Skils
Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills to enhance health.
Element: H35a
The learner will use the decision-making process when making health-related choices.
Element: H35b
The learner will indicate health-related situations.
Element: H35c
The learner will discuss situations when support is needed when making a health-relaed decision.
Element: H35d
The learner will discuss various options to health-related issues or problems.
Element: H35e
The learne will indicate the possible consequences of each choice when making a helath-related decision.
Element: H35f
The learner will identify a healthy choice when making a decision.

H36 Goal-setting Skills
Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills to enhance health.
Element: H36a
The learner will set a personal health goal and track progress toward its achievement.
Element: H36b
The learner will select a personal long-term health goald and determine actions needed to achieve the goal.
Element: H36c
The learner will recognize resources needed to achieve a personal health goal.

H37 Health-enhancing Behaviors
Students will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reduce health risks.
Element: H37a
The learner will demonstrate a variety of behaviors that avoid or reduce health risks.
Element: H37b
The learner will practice healthy behaviors.
Element: H37c
The learner will perform healthy practices that maintain or improve personal health.
Element: H37d
The leaner will demonstrate actions to avoid and reduce health risks.

H38 Advocate for personal, family and community health
Students will demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal, family, and community health.
Element: H38a
The learner will encourage family and peers to make positive health choices.
Element: H38b
The learner will share accurate information about a health issue.

Select Authors

Hold the Ctrl key to select
more than one name

Close | Save

Edit Unit Overview

The Unit Overview is a clear, concise, focused synopsis of the unit and includes interesting, succinct descriptions of the learning activities in support of the objectives.

Close | Save

Edit Subquestions

The Guiding Sub-questions are related, relevant, and connected to exploring the Essential Question. They are higher level questions and are specific enough to guide the work of the unit. (Subquestions must be entered one at a time and updated . . . they are numbered automatically.)

Close | Save

Edit Assessment Plan

Begin writing a unit by establishing what you want students to know and be able to do and planning how you will know "what they know". This Assessment Plan is a general plan (specific assessment instruments are in the teaching procedures); this section should both help you to plan and to give teachers an idea of the varied types of assessment that will be used in the unit. Be sure to include informal checks of understanding, student self-assessment, and authentic assessment. Include pre and post assessment.

Close | Save

Edit Keywords

Enter critical vocabulary necessary to the Unit..

Close | Save

Edit Classroom Preparation

Classroom preparation for implementation includes notes on preparing the classroom (i.e. ideas for organization, flexible grouping, technologies needed, etc.).

Close | Save

Edit Preparation for Students

Preparation for students includes notes on preparing the learner such as possible misconceptions students may have, ideas of pre-exposure for learners, and prerequisite lessons. It includes ideas for accelerated learning.

Close | Save

Edit Unit Resources

Unit Resources include general, global resources that might include bookmarks, books, periodicals, media and software. URLs need to be provided for each resource to identify a source from which it can be obtained. Resources might include those purchased as part of an adoption. More specific resources will be referenced within the teaching procedures.

Close | Save

Edit Teaching Procedures

Description Coming Soon

Close | Save

Edit Comments

Description Coming Soon

Close | Save