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Bell Ringer With your shoulder partner answer the following questions 1. What is does it mean to be healthy? Write down 3 examples. – Exercise and diet CANNOT be an example! 2. Describe a person who could be a poster child for health. What makes them healthy?
Student Learning Map Key Learning: 1. Demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal communication skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks. 2. Demonstrate the ability to use decision- making skills to enhance health.
Student Learning Map Unit Essential Question: How will you use the information you learned during this unit everyday for the rest of your life?
Student Learning Map Concept: Wellness Wheel Lesson Essential Question: What is health?
Wellness Wheel NOTE: As you write the definitions, paraphrase and use examples if you need a better understanding of the term.
Wellness Wheel Physical Wellness The ability to maintain a healthy quality of life that allows us to get throughout daily activities without fatigue or physical stress. The ability to recognize that our wellness and adopting healthful habits while avoiding destructive habits will lead to optimal health.
Wellness Wheel Emotional Wellness The ability to understand ourselves and cope with the challenges life can bring. The ability to acknowledge and share feelings of anger, fear, sadness or stress; hope, love, joy, happiness in a productive manner contributes to our Emotional Wellness.
Wellness Wheel Social Wellness The ability to relate to and connect with other people in our world. Our ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with family, friends and co-workers contributes to our social wellness.
Wellness Wheel Spiritual Wellness The ability to establish peace and harmony in our lives. The ability to develop congruency between values and actions and to realize a common purpose that binds creation together contributes to our Spiritual Wellness.
Wellness Wheel Occupational Wellness The ability to get personal fulfillment from our jobs or our chosen career fields while maintaining balance in our lives. Our desire to contribute in our careers to make a positive impact on the organizations we work in and to society as a whole leads to occupational wellness.
Wellness Wheel Environmental Wellness The ability to recognize our own responsibility for the quality of air, the water and the land that surrounds us. The ability to make a positive impact on the quality of our environment, be it our homes, our communities or our planet contributes to our Environmental Wellness.
Wellness Wheel Intellectual Wellness The ability to open our minds to new ideas and experiences that can be applied to personal decisions, group interaction and community betterment. The desire to learn new concepts, improve skills and seek challenges in pursuit of lifelong learning contributes to our intellectual wellness.
Wellness Wheel Work with your shoulder partner. On your Wellness Wheel (page 1) Give 2 examples of how someone can practice healthy habits for each dimension of the wellness wheel. – Everyone writes the examples.
Health Vocabulary Lifestyle Factors: habits that affect how long a person lives (quality of life). Risk behaviors: actions that can potentially threaten your health or the health of others. Healthful Behaviors: actions that keep you and others safe and free from harm and injury.
Health Vocabulary Wellness: an overall state of well-being. Having a good quality of life. Prevention: practicing health and safety habits to remain free of disease and injury. Health education: the providing of accurate health information to help people make healthy choices.
Health Vocabulary Health literacy: a person’s capacity to learn about and understand basic health information and services and use these resources to promote his or her health and wellness. Cumulative risks: related risks that increase in effect with each added risk Abstinence: avoiding harmful behaviors
Health Vocabulary QUESTION! 1. What is the difference between health education and health literacy? (please write the answer on a piece of loose leaf paper) 2. Below the definition of each vocabulary term, list an example. (Example: life style factors: smoking cigarettes daily or eating a balanced diet)
Wellness Vocabulary Mental and Emotional Health: The ability to accept yourself and others, express and manage emotions, and deal with the demands and challenges you meet in your life.
Wellness Vocabulary Character: a person’s use of self control to act on responsible values. Self-Control: is the degree to which a person regulates his or her own behavior. Self-esteem: is one’s belief about one’s own worth. – Positive self esteem= believing that you are worthy and deserve respect
Wellness Vocabulary Self- efficacy: a person’s belief in his or her capacity or ability to perform a behavior or skill in a desired way. Self-respect: a high regard for oneself because one behaves in responsible ways. Conceit: excessive appreciation of one’s own worth.
How do you see Yourself? Use the small line provided to rate yourself on each of the Wellness Vocabulary terms. – 1 (low) - 5 (high) Character Self-control Self Esteem Self-efficacy Self-respect Conceit Write 1 sentence next to the “X”, explaining why you ranked yourself at that number for each term.
How can you improve your Self-Esteem Discuss what you could do to improve your self- esteem. – Choose your groups top 4. – Write 1 on each piece of paper given to you. – Put paper into the bin. Work in the designated groups of 4.
People who have High Self-Esteems Are more proactive in making important decisions. 2.Take responsibility for their health 3.Rely on their own judgment and make responsible decisions. 4.Have a firm foundation for difficult times and know the difficult times will pass. 5.Do NOT worry about failing.
People who have High Self-Efficacy… Are confident in his or her capacity and ability to perform a behavior or skill in a desired way. Question: What is the difference between self- esteem and self-efficacy? Question: What are 2 benefits from having a high self-esteem?
Personality Personality: an individual’s unique pattern of characteristics. Describe your personality. (3 sentences)
Influences on Personality 1.Heredity helps determine one’s intellectual abilities, temperament and talents. Might influence athletic and artistic capabilities as well as resiliency.
Influences on Personality 2. Environment: everything around a person; influences the opportunities the person has.
Influences on Personality 3. Attitudes: a person’s attitudes show through in the person’s personality.
Influences on Personality 4. Behavior: what a person does, will affect their personality.
Personality Characteristics That Promote Good Health Ambition Compassion Confidence Cooperativeness Dedication Determination Discipline Enthusiasm Generosity Honesty Loyalty Optimism Patience Persistence Reliability Resilience Respectfulness Responsibility Sincerity
Put the characteristics from the list that you possess in the box. Ambition Compassion Confidence Cooperativeness Dedication Determination Discipline Enthusiasm Generosity Honesty Loyalty Optimism Patience Persistence Reliability Resilience Respectfulness Responsibility Sincerity
Question Choose 5 of the characteristics listed above and give 1 example of how that characteristic promotes good health. You may work with your shoulder partner.