June 2nd Lesson

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June 2nd Lesson

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  1. SUMMER HEALTH An Introduction to Health Basics

    Slide 1 - SUMMER HEALTH An Introduction to Health Basics

    • Ms. Crawford
  2. PLEASE OPEN INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH NOTES

    Slide 2 - PLEASE OPEN INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH NOTES

  3. Slide 3

    • Define Health:
    • List Topics:
    • Why do you need to learn about health?
    • Describe a person who you would consider healthy (this does not have to be a real person you can create a person and describe their characteristics and behaviors)
    • What is the leading cause of death for teenagers? (14-24)
    • What is the leading cause of death for all ages of Americans?
  4. What is health?

    Slide 4 - What is health?

    • A State of physical, mental, and social wellbeing.
    • To be free of any disease or pain.
  5. Why is it important to learn about health?

    Slide 5 - Why is it important to learn about health?

    • To increase the odds of living a long healthy life.
    • To improve the quality of life that an individual has.
  6. DESCRIBE A HEALTHY PERSON

    Slide 6 - DESCRIBE A HEALTHY PERSON

    • Free of disease
    • proper weight
    • eats healthy
    • exercises
    • manages stress
    • does not abuse substances
    • is addiction free
    • communicates feelings in a health way
    • has positive relationships
    • gets regular check-ups
    • has good hygiene
    • Wears sunscreen
  7. Leading Cause of Death

    Slide 7 - Leading Cause of Death

    • 14-24: Car Accidents
    • Leading cause of death for all Americans:
    • Heart Disease
  8. HEALTH INVENTORY

    Slide 8 - HEALTH INVENTORY

  9. COMPLETE THE HEALTH INVENTORY AND RECORD ANSWERS ON THE ANSWER SHEET LOCATED ON THE LIBGUIDE.

    Slide 9 - COMPLETE THE HEALTH INVENTORY AND RECORD ANSWERS ON THE ANSWER SHEET LOCATED ON THE LIBGUIDE.

  10. DIRECTIONS FOR SCORING ARE ON THE BOTTOM

    Slide 10 - DIRECTIONS FOR SCORING ARE ON THE BOTTOM

  11. UPLOAD THE SCORE SHEET FROM YOUR HEALTH INVENTORY IN YOUR INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH FOLDER IN ONEDRIVE.

    Slide 11 - UPLOAD THE SCORE SHEET FROM YOUR HEALTH INVENTORY IN YOUR INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH FOLDER IN ONEDRIVE.

    • Due by midnight on June 2nd.
    • Be sure you scored each item, totaled score on the bottom, and answered the final question on the bottom of the document.
  12. The Health Triangle

    Slide 12 - The Health Triangle

    • All three areas of health are closely connected.
    • It is impossible to impact one area without impacting the other areas.
  13. If one side of the triangle becomes unbalanced what happens to the other sides?

    Slide 13 - If one side of the triangle becomes unbalanced what happens to the other sides?

  14. Example:

    Slide 14 - Example:

    • You eat really unhealthy foods and don’t exercise and became very overweight. This is affecting the physical side of the triangle.
    • HOW WILL THIS EFFECT YOUR MENTAL SIDE?
    • HOW WILL THIS EFFECT YOUR SOCIAL SIDE?
  15. What things influence a person’s health?

    Slide 15 - What things influence a person’s health?

  16. What lifestyle factors influence a person’s health?

    Slide 16 - What lifestyle factors influence a person’s health?

    • Controllable
    • Getting enough rest
    • Eating nutritious foods
    • Maintaining a healthy weight
    • Exercise /activity level
    • THE CHOICES YOU MAKE HAVE THE GREATEST INFLUENCE ON YOUR HEALTH
    • Uncontrollable
    • Age
    • Gender
    • Random Acts
    • Heredity
    • Semi-Controllable
    • Environment
  17. WHAT DOES YOUR TRIANGLE LOOK LIKE?

    Slide 17 - WHAT DOES YOUR TRIANGLE LOOK LIKE?

    • Please now complete the health triangle active on the bottom of your intro to health notes
  18. COMPLETING TODAYS LESSON

    Slide 18 - COMPLETING TODAYS LESSON