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Wellness & Safety Review Game GOOD LUCK ON THE FIRST TEST
1. The top range of health status is known as? Health Wellness Both
2. Sleeps enough to function well Physical Mental- Emotional Social
3. Feels that their life has meaning Physical Mental- Emotional Social
4. Takes measures to prevent Lifestyle Diseases Physical Mental- Emotional Social
5. Being able to handle set backs Physical Mental- Emotional Social
6. Develops friendships Physical Mental- Emotional Social
7. Is aware that accidents are real Physical Mental- Emotional Social
8. Diseases that can be spread from person to person- communicable Lifestyle Infectious
9. The sum of the positive and negative influences in your life is called? Life Expectancy Chronological Age Health Status FITT Formula
10. Age estimated from your body's health. Life Expectancy Chronological Age Health Status Physiological Age
11. This includes a physical & mental well being and the way you respond to your environment Life Expectancy Chronological Age Quality of Life Physiological Age
Quality of Life
12. The average Young adults/teenagers need _______ hours of sleep a night? 6-7 8-10 11-12
13. Deep sleep when dreams occur is called your ___ sleep REM NREM
14. Sleep disorder when people fall asleep suddenly is called? Insomnia Narcolepsy Sleep Apnea Restless Leg Syndrome
15. Sleep disorder where the tongue relaxes causing breathing difficulties? Insomnia Narcolepsy Sleep Apnea Restless Leg Syndrome
16. What is the formula for your max heart rate? 118- age 221-age 220x age 220- age
17. Your target heart rate is __% __% of your max heart rate 60-80 65-80 70-80 65-85
18. You should be eating __to __ small meals a day? 2-3 5-6 6-10 none of the above
19. Your individual needs depend on? age genetics activity level specific conditions all of the above
All of the above
20. The force that moves people to act is called_____ Motivation Chronological Age Health Status FITT Formula
21. Natural motivation is defined by? Drives Instincts Both of these
22. A long term decision made( a promise kept) Motivation commitment Intrinsic Extrinsic
23. The advertisement appeal most often used is _________ appeal Sex Bandwagon testimonial False image
24. Appeal that uses famous people/athletes is called? Sex Bandwagon testimonial False image
25. This appeal is supported by a dr, dentist, dermatologist etc. Sex Scientific Evidence testimonial False image
26. Leading cause of ACCIDENTAL deaths ALL ages Vehicle accidents Accidents Falls Drowning
27. Leading cause of death ages 15-24 accidental or on purpose Homicide Accidents Falls Drowning
28. 3 rd leading cause of ACCIDENTAL death ALL AGES Homicide Accidents Falls Burns
29. The leading cause of death in teens? Vehicle Accidents Accidents Falls Burns
30. Second leading cause of death in teens Vehicle Accidents Drowning Falls Burns
31. Leading cause of death ALL AGES accidental or on purpose Vehicle accidents Stroke Cancer Heart Disease
32. 2 nd leading cause of death ALL AGES accidental or on purpose Suicide Stroke Cancer Heart Disease
33.A normal BMI is _____to ____ Below 18.5 18.5- 24.9 25.0-29.9 Over 30
34.Overweight is considered ___to ___ Below 18.5 18.5- 24.9 25.0-29.9 Over 30
35. This appeal uses a spokes person/famous person Sex False Image Scientific Testimonial
36. This appeal plays on your emotions Glittering Generality False Image Scientific Testimonial
37. This appeal makes you think EVERYONE is doing it Glittering Generality False Image Bandwagon Testimonial
38. A physical attack or threat of an attack is called________ Homicide Sexual Harassment Fighting Rape Assault
39. Intentional psychological, emotional, or physical harassment is called______ Homicide Bullying Fighting Rape Assault
40.____% of all victims know their offender. 65 72 70 75
41.The most common type of rape is known as ________. Date Rape Acquaintance Rape Street Rape BOTH Date & Acquaintance
Both Date & Acquaintance
42. ______ is the fastest growing type of crime in the US Bullying Homicide Assault Fighting Suicide Sexual Assault Rape
43.Type of violence that involves unwelcomed sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, & other verbal or physical conduct. Bullying Homicide Assault Fighting Suicide Sexual Assault Rape
44. Abuse used by one person in a relationship to control the other. Bullying Homicide Assault Fighting Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Rape
45. Intentional psychological, emotional, cyber or physical harassment of one person or by a group. Bullying Homicide Assault Fighting Suicide Sexual Assault Rape
46. _______ homicide is the death of a person as a result of an accident while doing any lawful act, without criminal negligence or any unlawful intent. Excusable Justifiable Murder Manslaughter
47. ____ is the death of a person as a result of neglect, abuse or recklessness Excusable Justifiable Murder Manslaughter
48. ____Homicide is the death of a person as a result of the intention to kill or do serious bodily injury under circumstances that the law holds sufficient to pardon the person who commits it. Excusable Justifiable Murder Manslaughter
Chapter Review Choose the appropriate option.
Crimes Against the Person
Chapter 9 Crimes Against the Person. The most serious Crime against a person is Homicide. Homicide is taking another person’s life. Criminal Homicide.
Resolving Conflicts & Preventing Violence
Crimes Against People By: Colleen Conners, John Cascioli, Josh Kerr, Crystal Albanese, and Casandra Kuhl.
Drug abuse violations are defined as State or local offenses relating to the unlawful possession, sale, use, growing, manufacturing, and making of narcotic.
HEALTH Health – A range of states with physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social components. Wellness – optimal health; the top of the range.
Aim: How does the NYS Penal Law define the crimes of Homicide and other related offenses?
Crime Terms Matching Activity. Embezzlement Taking property you have been entrusted with.
Chapter 9 Crimes Against the Person.
Chapter 9: Crimes Against the Person
Criminal Intent Purposely Knowingly Recklessly Negligently.
Practical Law – Chapter 9 Crimes Against Person. Homicide is the killing of one human being by another. Homicides may be criminal or non-criminal. I.Criminal.
Crimes and Meanings Pages General Considerations Every crime is made up of elements. 1. Act and intent – person intended to commit a crime. 2.
Crimes Against the Person Chapter 9. Homicides Criminal: ◦ Committed with intent (plan) ◦ Also if person acted reckless without regards to human life.
Offences against the person
Copyright © 2004 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings The Health Threats of Unintentional Injuries and Violence J. Don Chaney, Ph.D.
CRIMINAL LAW Crime and Punishment. The Basics of Criminal Law Regulates public conduct Sets out duties owed to society Legal action that can ONLY be brought.
Unit I Wellness & Safety Health – A range of states with physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and social components. Wellness – optimal health; the.
Particular Crimes Chapter 3.2.
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