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CPS 2009-10 Health: Grade 7 Version: CPS 2009-10

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Unit Name: 01_Mental/Emotional Health

Essential Question

How can you communicate effectively? How can you relieve stress? How does prejudice lead to conflicts? How can stress be good for your body?

Topic 1

Interpersonal Communication

  • Bullying
  • Topic 1 Vocabulary

    • bully
    • prejudice
    • self-concept
    • conflict resolution
    • self-image
    • communication

    Topic 1 Standards and Elements


    H71b (Mental/Emotional Health)
    H71y (Personal Health)
    H72d (Safety)
    H74a (Personal Health)
    H74c (Personal Health)
    H78a (Personal Health)

    Topic 2

  • Stress Management
  • Coping strategies
  • Positive stress vs. negative stress
  • Topic 2 Vocabulary

    • eustress
    • distress
    • stressor
    • adrenaline
    • relaxation
    • stress

    Topic 2 Standards and Elements


    H71a (Mental/Emotional Health)
    H73b (Mental/Emotional Health)
    H74a (Personal Health)
    H74b (Personal Health)
    H74c (Personal Health)
    H78a (Personal Health)

    Topic 3

    Decision making and Goal setting

  • Strategies to apply these skills to your life
  • Topic 3 Vocabulary

    • decision
    • goal (long-term and short-term)
    • risk

    Topic 3 Standards and Elements


    H75a (Personal Health)
    H76a (Mental/Emotional Health)

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