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EOC REVIEW BEFORE THE BELL 1.Grab a packet from the front table. 2.Get out a piece of paper. 3.Tear it in half so you have 2 pieces.
Health EOC MONDAY 5/23 VOCAB/PRACTICE QUIZ DUE MONDAY 5/23. NO EXCEPTIONS. WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED LATE. WRITE THIS ON THE TOP OF YOUR RECAP NOTES
Communicable Disease: Disease that is passed person to person, person to object, person to animal Noncommunicable Disease: cannot be passed; inherit (genetics); environmental factors; lifestyle choices (skin cancer); or “just happens”
5 Types of Pathogens: Bacteria Virus Fungi Protozoa Rickettsias
Examples of Noncommunicable Diseases -cancer -heart disease -diabetes -allergies -asthma Examples of Communicable Diseases -cold -flu -ringworm -bronchitis
Calories: Unit of heat or energy in food. Foods that are complex carbohydrates: -whole-grain bread -whole-grain pasta Foods that have fiber: -the skin of fruits and vegetables -whole-grains Foods that have iron: -red meat -raisins -spinach
Healthy Weight Management Caloric intake: Number of calories that you burn. Caloric Expenditure: Number of calories that you consume (eat).
Maintain a healthy weight. Balance caloric intake and expenditure
Lose Weight Eat less, exercise more. Gain weight Eat more, exercise less
Eating Disorders Anorexia: Self-starvation: someone who does not eat or eats very little Bulimia: Binging and purging: someone who eats and then throws up before the food can be digested Malnutrition: Not getting the nutrients the body needs
On the back of your recap notes, divide your paper in half, horizontally. Draw your family on the top half. In the upper right corner, list the five family structures.
The family is the basic unit of society. -Your immediate family consists of you, your parents or guardians, and any brothers and sisters. -Your extended family is your immediate family plus other relatives such as grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Nuclear family consists of parents and offspring (children). Single-parent family consists of one parent and offspring (children). Blended family consists of adopted children and step-children.
Label your family structure. On the bottom half of your paper, draw this figure:
What is character? Character is the foundation of relationships. Label character on your diagram.
What are examples of character traits that should be in a positive relationship? Trustworthiness Respect Responsibility Fairness Caring Citizenship These should “hold up” a relationship. Label these character traits on your diagram.
What are relationships? Connections between people. Examples include: acquaintances, friends, family, girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, wife…etc. Label relationships on your diagram. What are values? The difference between right and wrong.
Count up how many words you wrote down. Circle the number at the top of your paper. Pass your paper forward.
Psychologists have discovered that people can remember up to 7 pieces or “chunks” of information. In order to remember more than 7 terms or numbers, you have to create relationships or connections between terms and numbers.
Pg. 4 Wkbk Health Alphabet “Correct”/Fill in your health alphabet with words/concepts we have learned this semester. **If you don’t have your workbook, get out a piece of paper and write down the alphabet with words/concepts we have learned.