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Lesson 1 Bellringer Write out the questions and answer in a complete sentence. Who is in charge of your health? List 3 behaviors that promote health. What could happen if someone does not have access to reliable health information?
Look at your Bellringer entry Formal vs. Casual Register Compare and contrast the following sentences. So u c the other day I was like so bored for a minute b/c I was w/ the fam like all day. Last Sunday was really boring because I had to spend the entire day with my family. When is it appropriate to use each sentence? Which is for school or work?
Three categories of health physical health the bodythe body eatingeating exercisingexercising mental-emotional health the mindthe mind feelingsfeelings family-social health relationshipsrelationships
What factors can affect your health status? Knowledge Access to info, products, services Behaviors Influence of culture, media, technology Communication skills Conflict-resolution skills Decisions or choices that you make Health advocacy Heredity-genes Environment Random events
Major Factors Influencing Health Heredity20% Environment20% Health Care Services 10% Behaviors50%
What type of behaviors should you choose? Behaviors that promote health- give me an example Behaviors that prevent injury, illness, and premature death- give me an example Behaviors that improve the quality of the environment- give me an example
What health skills can you practice that promote health? Comprehend health concepts-health promotion, disease prevention Access valid information about health products and service Analyze influences on health from culture, media, and technology
What health skills can you practice that promote health? Practice healthy behaviors- use communication skills, resistance skills, and conflict-resolution skills Set goals and make responsible decisions Advocate for personal, family, and community health
What is health literacy? A health literate person demonstrates skills of effective communication, self-directed learning, critical thinking and responsible citizenship.
How can you attain health literacy? effective communication self-directed learning critical thinking (problem solving) responsible citizenship
Discussion Where or what sources do you use to obtain health information? Why are some of these sources reliable and some unreliable? Label them.
Who can put a website on the internet? Are all websites truthful? Some websites appear to be educational however they really just want to sell you something. If claims sound too good to be true they probably are. Look for Federal or professional organizations Example: American Cancer Society American Cancer SocietyAmerican Cancer Society
Key tips for reliable information include: Beware of a miracle cure Look for medical or scientific research, not just one person’s testimonial Verify that the information has been updated recently
Who should you not trust to give health information? Friends Family (unless they are a medical professional) Some media Some internet websites Why?
List as many situations as you can where you would have to make a decision. (who would like to volunteer)
Look at page 8 How do these behaviors affect your health or the environment? Responsible Irresponsible
What is heredity? (pg. 9) What is a risk factor?
Homework Read lesson 2 Bring in an advertisement for a health product What is an advertisement? What is a health product?