Taking Charge of Your Health Survey Forms in the Health Lab Your results – recorded on your sheet Class Results - We will do it as a class. Mark each item on the board on the next slide.
Goal Setting MAKING RESPONSIBLE DECISIONS
Values Ideas, beliefs, and attitude about what is important. These characteristics guide the way you live.
Name some possibly controversial values. Hair Coloring Polygamy Gay Marriage
Making Decisions H.E.L.P. …… How To Make Decisions. H - Healthful Represent any health risks? E – Ethical - Does this choice reflect what you value? L - Legal - Does this option violate any laws? P - Parental Approval - Would they approve?
Goal Setting Goals - those things that you aim for that take planning and work. Difference between goals and letting things happen….
Types of Goals Short term Goals – goals that you can reach relatively quickly Long Term Goals – goals that you plan to reach in an extended period of time.
Action Plan Multistep strategy to identify and achieve your goals. S - Specific and Realistic M- Measureable A – Atainable R – Realistic T – Timely BE S.M.A.R.T. In setting goals
Planning your life Pick 6 numbers 1 – 3 Example:
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High Jumping !!! 7 th Grade – Competition with the girl…. Lost 8 th Grade – Got 1 st Place at the Conference Meet Jumped 54
9 th Grade (14 years old) 1 st meet – 58 3 rd place During the season - 60 was the best. 2 nd place at district meet – nd place at state
10 th Grade – (15 years old) Goal 67 Reached goal mid season at Jerome No film in the camera Jumped 68 at the state meet Won State Championship
11 th Grade – (16 years old) Goal: to Jump 611 Break state record of 610 ¼ Won Simplot Games (Largest Indoor Track Meet in the United States) Jumped 68 my first meet. Broke the State Record with a jump of 610 ¾ in 1989 Still There …..
12 th Grade – (17 years old) Goal: 70 Win State Championship #3