Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Health Final

Today is the last day, how do you feel about that? :)

The door will be open wide for you to walk through at 3:10.

Until then: We have a few things to do.



#1: Brain Book and study guide turn in.

#2: Final Exam (Link in Google Classroom) take the final on the Chromebook, when you finish, remain quiet and study for other tests.

#3: This Video on Emotional Intelligence (after everyone is done with their tests).

#4: Last Blog Post- Your take on emotional intelligence.

#5 Use the remainder of time to study for other finals.

Monday, June 3, 2019

Finals Week

The downward slope!

2:16 Health Study Guide questions

2:36 CPR Videos


Thursday, May 30, 2019

Situations

HIV

Personal Data Tracking Blog Post


2 weeks ago, we wrote goals for each of the 6 Areas of Health, and created a data tracking form with areas for tracking each goal. Look back over the data you collected and answer the following questions in a blog post. This exercise is a characteristic of a person developing their critical thinking skills.

1. What were your percentages of tracking accuracy for each area?

2. Which areas did you track most consistently? Why do you think that is?

3. Which areas of tracking did you most avoid? Why do you think that is?

4. Write 3 or 4 sentences describing which developmental stage of Critical Thinking you believe you are at and why, based on your data tracking efforts on this assignment.

Include a photo of your data tracking form.

In your Brain Book, write 1 goal for each area of Health for next week. Remember that you have finals, and that you have a different schedule next week, which requires more thought in order to stay on top of things.

CPR class log in

Thursday, May 23, 2019

El Fin de Once

4SS in addition to the work you have for your classes,
  • Share Personality Presentation to me
  • Fill out management form questions
5 Health


The task is to write a script for a 2 minute video in which the the two characters deal with some sort of Health related dilemma. The characters must Reference and use the GREAT decision making model, making the storyline as realistic as possible, even if absurdity is being utilized. (The logic must be there).

Introduce the catch phrases of the characters into the script.

1. Write the script, make the background, and record the video.

2. Share the video to me.

Monday, May 20, 2019

Week 11: Tighten up

We are coming to the end of the year.

Stay focused on school and diligent on your tasks.

Management Form points will be entered this Friday- 80 points.

Monday: Performance Tracker
If grades are low, make a commitment to doing what you need in order to get grades up!
  • Ask questions!!
  • Lunch work?
  • After school work?
Health class:
Relationships. Relationships take a lot of work. Good ones require certain characteristics and skills that you should be aware of.

  • Healthy Relationships Opening Story
  • Healthy Relationships notes/discussion 
  • Categorizing Activity
  • Personal Characteristics/Skills
  • Goals and Data Tracking

Friday, May 17, 2019

Evaluation Day

Encouragement: we will benefit if we are brave enough to be honest.

Now we can really begin to solve interesting problems. In order to do this though, it seems we need to identify the problem. In order to identify the problem, we need to review the data and then figure out what questions to ask of the data. This will give us some metrics from which to start.

Task 1. Write down your final goal areas’ %.

Task 2. Take a good clear picture of your tracking chart.

Task 3. Rank order your list, according to the percentages what were you best at doing?

If you were consistently good at tracking and your tracking methods were fairly accurate, then you should have a good summary of “how healthy you are“.

Task 4. Describe your ranking: according to your data, which areas of health were most important to you in the last two weeks?

Task 5. Which areas of health were you least successful in addressing?

Task 6. Read back over page 14. What are some of the “Influences of your Wellness” that explain why your data looks the way that it does?

Task 7. Read back over p. 66 “Defense Mechanisms” p. 66 and 67. Can you identify any defense mechanisms that you engaged in over the last two weeks? How are these strategies helpful to you? How were the strategies not helpful to you?

Task 8. Read over “Taking charge of your Wellness” p. 15-16. What could you do to take charge of your wellness over the two weeks?

Task 9. Watch again the video S.M.A.R.T. Goals

Task 10. Write new goals and design a new tracking sheet for the next 2 week period.

(For Physical, we will be tracking Resting Heart Rate and hours of sleep.)

Physical (Heartrate) By May 31, I will record my resting heart rate every morning before I get out of bed, as measured by the numbers recorded on my tracking sheet.

Physical (Sleep) by May 31, I will record my hours of sleep every morning after I wake up as measured by my data tracking sheet.

Emotional
Social
Mental
Environmental
Spiritual
SMART Goals

Data Tracking Examples







Thursday, May 16, 2019

Keep Focused!

Health class:

Revisit Group Agreements
Life Plans and Goals
Discussion
LGBTQ Presentation and Notes
Develop good questions to clarify points
Podcast
Food Tracker

SS:
Remember the basics!

Thursday Performance Tracker.

Work your face off.

Turn in your work.

Communicate with teachers!

Student Post of the Week

Health Final