Presentation on theme: "Your Health and Wellness"— Presentation transcript:
1 Your Health and Wellness Chapter 1Your Health and WellnessLesson 1Your Total HealthClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 1 AssessmentTeacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.Next >>
2 Essential Question:How do the three aspects of health affect our everyday life?Enduring Understanding:Students will understand that wellness means that all three of the sides of the triangle (physical, social, mental/emotional) are healthy and in balance.
3 A combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being healthhabitA combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-beingA pattern of behavior that you follow almost without thinkingClick to reveal the definitions.
4 In this lesson, you will learn to identify the three parts of the health triangle.describe the relationship between health and wellness.explain how to balance your physical, mental/emotional, and social health.
5 What Is Health?The sports activities you participate in, the kinds of foods you eat, and the people you spend time with affect your total health.Often, good health is pictured as a triangle with equal sides (shown on next slide).health A combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social well-being.
6 What Is Health?The three sides of health are connected. If you make improvements to one side, the others benefit.When you participate in physical activities, you improve your health. This helps you feel good about yourself, benefiting your mental health. Activities can also improve your social health when you share them with your family and friends.
7 Physical health is the condition of your body. Physical health is measured by what you do as well as what you don’t do.By avoiding harmful substances and being physically active, you can stay physically healthy. Being physically healthy means taking care of your body.
8 Mental/Emotional Health Mental/emotional health is measured by the way you think and express your feelings.You can develop good mental/emotional health by learning to think positively and to express your feelings in healthy ways.Positive thinking is a good strategy to use whey you are feeling sad or down. Try focusing your attention on all of the good things in your life, such as your friends, family, and activities you enjoy.Recognizing and building your strengths will help you feel good about yourself.Knowing when to ask for help is a good sign of good mental/emotional health.
9 Social HealthGood social health means communicating well with and having respect for family, friends, and acquaintances.Good social health also means building relationships with people you can trust and who can trust you.Think about the people in your life. With whom do you feel the most comfortable and why? Can you imagine reaching out to them to offer or ask for support?
10 Healthy Habits and Wellness When all three sides of your health triangle are balanced, you have achieved wellness.wellness A state of well-being, or total health
11 Healthy Habits and Wellness You can improve your wellness by developing good habits.habit A pattern of behavior that you follow almost without thinkingGood health habits appear on the next slide.
12 Healthy Habits and Wellness Choosing healthy foodsParticipating in regular physicalactivityGood HealthHabitsOnce you develop good health habits, you will be taking care of yourself almost without thinking.Getting along with othersLearning how to handle stress
13 Healthy Habits and Wellness Peak HealthHealthy HabitsPractices health skillsAvoids riskWhere do you fit on the wellness scale?Average HealthUnhealthy HabitsDoes not practice health skillsTakes risksPoor Health
14 Lesson 1 ReviewThinking CriticallyHypothesize Jordan spends most of his time with friends. They play video games and skateboard. Jordan is not doing very well at school. What do you think his health triangle would look like?Sample answer: Since Jordan is not doing well at school, his health triangle is lacking on the mental/emotional health side.
15 ACTIVITY: THINK-PAIR-SHARE 1. Why is it important to learn about the health triangle?2. Name a positive health habit that you recently started practicing. Why did you start practicing it?
16 Your Health and Wellness Chapter 1Your Health and WellnessLesson 2Influences on Your HealthClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 1 AssessmentTeacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.Next >>
17 How do health skills and character skills influence your life? Essential Question:How do health skills and character skills influence your life?Enduring Understanding:Students will understand that your health is influence by heredity, environment, family, culture, media, and technology.
18 hereditymediacultureThe process by which biological parents pass traits to their childrenThe various methods of communicating information, including newspapers, magazines, radio, television, and the InternetThe collected beliefs, customs, and behaviors of a groupClick to reveal the definitions.peersFriends and other people in your age group
19 In this lesson, you will learn to identify factors that influence your health.explain the role that your behavior and choices play in your health.describe how your attitudes affect your health.
20 Factors that Affect Your Health Your health is influenced by your personal tastes and outside influences.What foods do you like to eat? What are your hobbies and favorite activities? Your answers to these questions reflect your personal tastes, your likes and dislikes. Your health is influenced by your personal tastes and outside factors including heredity, environment, family, culture, the media, and technology.
21 HeredityHeredity can determine physical traits and the risk of developing diseases.heredity The process by which biological parents pass traits to their childrenHeredity can determine physical traits such as eye, hair, and skin color. You may also inherit a musical or athletic ability. Diseases such as diabetes or allergies and also be passed along through heredity.
22 EnvironmentWhere you live and where you go to school are parts of your environment.environment The sum total of your surroundingsYour environment includes your neighborhood, your school, the people around you, the climate you live in, the air you breath, and the water you drink.The environment you live in has an affect on your health. For example, if you live in a warm climate, you may have more opportunity to participate in outdoor activities. You also have to be careful in the sun.
23 Family and CultureTwo related influences on your health are your family and your culture.culture The collected beliefs, customs, and behaviors of a groupFamily and culture can influence your health in the following ways:Eating habitsPhysical activityThe use of health services
24 PeersPeers can have either a positive or a negative influence on your health.peers Friends and other people in your age groupPeer pressure can influence healthful choices.Peers can have a negative influence on health by asking you to take part in risky behaviors such as drinking or smoking.
25 Skills that help you become and stay healthy health skillsSkills that help you become and stay healthyClick to reveal the definitions.
26 In this lesson, you will learn to identify skills that can help you stay healthy.explain why health skills are skills for life.demonstrate how to analyze media influences.
27 Skills for a Healthy Life Prevention is one of the keys to good health.prevention Practicing health and safety habits to remain free of disease and injuryExamples of prevention include:Wearing a helmet during baseball or riding a bikeWashing your hands to prevent getting a coldWearing a safety belt in a car in case of an accidentWearing protective gear during certain activities is an example of prevention.
28 Skills for a Healthy Life Health skills can have a positive effect throughout your life.health skills Skills that help you become and stay healthy
29 Different Ways to Practice Good Health Skills Practicing Healthful BehaviorsDecision MakingCommunication SkillsAccessing InformationAnalyzing InfluencesConflict ResolutionAdvocacyRefusal SkillsHealth SkillWhat It Means to YouAccessing InformationYou know how to find valid and reliable health information and health-promoting products and services, including medical resources, on the Internet.Practicing Healthful BehaviorsYou take action to reduce risks and protect yourself against illness and injury.Stress ManagementYou find healthy ways to reduce and manage stress in your life.Analyzing InfluencesYou recognize the many factors that influence your health, including culture, media, and technology.Communication SkillsYou express your ideas and feelings when others express theirs.Refusal SkillsYou can say no to risky behaviors.Conflict ResolutionYou work our problems with others in healthful ways.Decision MakingYou think through problems and find healthy solutions.Goal SettingYou plan for the future and work to see your plans through.AdvocacyYou take a stand to work for the common good and make a difference in your home, school, and community.Stress ManagementGoal Setting
30 A main source of information is adults you can trust. Staying InformedKnowing how to access, or get reliable health information is an important skill.A main source of information is adults you can trust.Adults you can trust can help you find accurate books, articles, and Web sites on a variety of health topics.Community resources include government health agencies and organizations such as the Red Cross.
31 Taking Care of Yourself Taking care of yourself means:Eating healthy foodsGetting enough sleepLearning to cope with stressPracticing healthy behaviors and managing stress are two skills all teens should learn.Strategies for managing stress can help you deal with stress in a healthy way.
32 + = Analyzing Influences Learn how to analyze health information, products, and services.Identify the SourceIdentify the Motive+Protect Your Health=Identify the sourceA TV commercial may tell you a certain food has health benefits. In this case, the source is an advertiser who is trying to get you to buy the food.Identify the motiveDoes the advertiser really take your well-being into consideration, or is the main goal to sell a product?
33 Communicating with Others Three of the ten health skills involve communication.communication The clear exchange of ideas and information
34 Communicating with Others Communication involves listening to others.Refusal skills help you say no.Conflict resolution skills help you find a solution that is fair to everyone involved.
35 To advocate something means to support it or speak out in favor of it. AdvocacyTo advocate something means to support it or speak out in favor of it.You can be an advocate for health.Advocacy also means keeping others informed. By sharing health information, you enable others to make healthful choices.advocate Encouraging other people to live healthy lives
36 DO NOW 1. Define the Health Triangle. 2. Rachel spends most of her time studying and reading books. She is doing very well at school. Rachel also has a lot of friends and she likes to hang out with them after school. However, Rachel does not like sports for some reason.A. Please draw Rachel’s health triangle and show which area she is struggling the most.B. Provide 3 advices that you would give to Rachel If you were Rachel’s parents in order for her to succeed in that specific area.
37 Performance Task You are a competitive swimmer with 6-8 practices a week. You have become very successful at your sport, but you are struggling in school. Your coach has heard that you are learning about the health triangle in your health class at school. Your coach assigned you to do a research about how you can improve academically. In this research, your goal is to create a diagram to show what your health triangle would look like. You also have to demonstrate on the diagram where it needs to be improved. You also have to provide at least five examples in how you can increase that specific area in order to succeed academically.
38 Performance Task RUBRIC Student creates a diagram that demonstrates how the health triangle needs to look in order to perform well academically ______/5Students demonstrates on the diagram what area needs to be improved______/5Student provides five examples in how specifically area can be improved______/10 (each example is worth 2 points)Total Points __/20**Not completing a project will result in zero points. **Project is due on Aug 30th
39 Mental and Emotional Wellness Chapter 2Mental and Emotional WellnessLesson 1A Healthy Self-ConceptClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 2 AssessmentTeacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.Next >>
40 Essential Question:How does my self-concept influence my life?Enduring Understanding:Students will understand that you can build a positive self-concept by thinking positive thoughts, accepting, encouragement, and finding friends that support you.
41 The view you have of yourself self-conceptresilienceThe view you have of yourselfThe ability to work through and recover from disappointmentClick to reveal the definitions.
42 In this lesson, you will learn to explain what your self-concept is.identify influences on your self-concept.describe how you can build a positive self-concept.
43 What Is Self-Concept?Having a positive self-concept is an important part of good mental/emotional health.self-concept The view you have of yourselfHearing your own voice on a tape recorder demonstrates how people hear you differently than you hear yourself. The same is true of how you see yourself.
44 How Does Self-Concept Develop? Your self-concept starts forming when you are very young.Your skills and abilities help shape your self-concept.Your parents or guardians are the first and greatest influence on your self-concept.How you view your talents and abilities influences your overall self-concept.Your parents or guardians are the first and greatest influence on your self-concept.How you view your talents and abilities influences your overall self-concept.Identifying what you do well and what you enjoy doing will help you develop a positive self-concept.
45 How Does Self-Concept Develop? Family members, friends, and teachers reinforce your self-concept.reinforce SupportMessages from people around you can bespoken.written.in the form of looks or gestures.“Way to go!” is an example of a positive message.
46 A Positive Home Environment A healthy home environment will positively effect your self-concept. You can help create a healthy home environment by being patient with family members and helping them when they need it.
47 How Does Self-Concept Develop? Positive MessagesPositive Self-ConceptPositive messages help you develop a positive self-concept. Having your parent or teacher tell you that you did a good job reinforces your positive self-concept.Sending positive messages is a two-way street.When you support others, they are likely to support you, too.
48 Self-Concept and Self-Esteem Do you have confidence to try new things?If you do, you have high self-esteem.self-esteem A measure of how much you like and respect yourselfYour self-esteem is closely related to your self-concept. Having a positive self-concept will help you build a high level of self-esteem.High self-esteem, confidence, and a positive outlook leads to resilience (next slide).
49 Self-Concept and Self-Esteem Do you face new challenges with a “can do” attitude?If you do, you have resilience.resilience The ability to work through and recover from disappointmentIf you are resilient, you won’t let disappointment get you down.
50 Self-Concept and Self-Esteem Resiliency is your ability to bounce back from difficulties.A person can become more resilient by having a “can do” attitude and not being discouraged by disappointment.
51 Developing a Positive Self-Concept Focus on what you do well.Have confidence in yourself and your abilities.Accept encouragement.Set a goal and work to reach it.Develop realistic expectations.Find friends that support and encourage you.Avoid worrying about hurtful remarks or looks.Developing a positive self-concept is an important part of emotional health.
52 Mental and Emotional Wellness Chapter 2Mental and Emotional WellnessLesson 2Your Character CountsClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 2 AssessmentTeacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.Next >>
53 The way you think, feel, and act characterThe way you think, feel, and actClick to reveal the definitions.
54 In this lesson, you will learn to identify the traits of good character.explain how character develops.list ways of showing good character.
55 If you answered yes to these questions, you have good character. What Is Character?Do you help out with the chores at home? Are you honest? Do you help others when you can?If you answered yes to these questions, you have good character.characterThe way you think, feel, and actCharacter is an outward expression of your inner values.Character is a big part of the choices you make.
56 Mental/Emotional Health What Is Character?Physical HealthTaking care of your body shows that you have respect for your physical health.Mental/Emotional HealthWhen you are kind to others, you feel good about yourself. This shows you care about your mental/emotional health.Social HealthBeing fair and honest helps you get along well with others. This shows you care about your social health.
57 Traits of Good Character TrustworthinessRespectResponsibilityFairnessCitizenshipCaringGood CharacterDeveloping the six traits of good character will help you build good mental/emotional health.
58 Traits of Good Character TrustworthinessPeople who are trustworthy are reliable—they keep the promises they make.RespectDemonstrating respect means showing regard for other people, for property, and for authority.ResponsibilityAccepting responsibility means being willing to take on duties or tasks.FairnessBeing fair means treating everyone equally and honestly. Fairness also means being a good sport.CaringCaring means treating others with understanding.CitizenshipBeing a good citizen means following rules and obeying the laws.
59 Traits of Good Character Good citizens take action to make their community better. This is called advocacy.advocacyTaking a stand to make a difference
60 Traits of Good Character Helping to keep your community clean is an example of good citizenship.
61 How Does Character Develop? Your character is developed byyour familypeople around youyour experiencesyour valuesFamily members are often the first teachers of character. Through their words and actions, they help you develop your own values.As you grow older, you learn from experience.
62 Role ModelsSome of the people in your life may become positive role models for you.role modelA person whose success or behavior serves as a good example for othersParents or guardians are among the most important role models for their children.
63 Good character is a way of living. Character in ActionAt home, you can demonstrate good character by showing respect for your parents and other family members.At school or during other activities, you can show you have good character by being a good citizen.Good character is a way of living.Good character is not something you feel or show once in a while. It is part of who you are. By demonstrating good character, you set a good example for others.
64 Mental and Emotional Wellness Chapter 2Mental and Emotional WellnessLesson 4Coping with StressClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 2 AssessmentTeacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.Next >>
65 Feelings of uncertainty or worry over what may happen anxietyFeelings of uncertainty or worry over what may happenClick to reveal the definitions.
66 In this lesson, you will learn to explain what stress is.describe how your body responds to stress.list ways to manage stress.
67 Stress is a normal part of life. What Is Stress?Stress is a normal part of life.stress Your body’s response to changes around you.Stress that continues over a long period of time can harm your physical, mental/emotional, and social health.You can’t always avoid stress, but you can learn how to manage it.
68 People sometimes respond to stressful events with anxiety. Sources of StressPeople sometimes respond to stressful events with anxiety.anxiety Feelings of uncertainty or worry over what may happenStress can result from small events like forgetting your locker combination and from large events like moving to a new school.Your beliefs, attitudes, and values influence what you think of as stressful.Different people view different events as stressful.
69 Types of Stress Positive Negative Positive stress can help you reach goals, accomplish tasks, and provide you with the energy needed to escape danger.Negative stress gets in your way and holds you back.
70 The stress response is also known as the fight-or-flight response. During the stress response, your body undergoes a series of physical changes.During the stress response, your body is preparing to fight the threat or take flight from it.
71 The Fight-or-Flight Response The heart receives the message from the brain and beats faster.3The brain detects a source of stress.1The muscles tighten and become ready for action.42The brain signals the adrenal glands to send out adrenaline.Breathing deepens and speeds up as passages in the lungs widen.5Each step in the diagram appears on mouse click.The brain detects a source of stress.The brain signals the adrenal glands to send out adrenaline.The heart receives the message from the brain and beats faster. Blood vessels expand, allowing more blood to flow to the brain and muscles.The muscles tighten and become ready for action.Breathing deepens and speeds up as passages in the lungs widen. This brings extra oxygen to the muscles.To make more energy available to the muscles, other body activities slow down. This includes the activities of the stomach and the intestines.adrenalineA hormone that prepares the body to respond to stressOther body activities slow down. This includes the stomach and intestines.6
72 Strategies for Managing Stress Identify the sourceSet your prioritiesBudget your timeRedirect your energyTalk to someonePut things inperspectiveIncrease physical activityStrategies for Managing StressIdentify the sourceUnderstanding will help you manage the stress betterSet your prioritiesMake a list of things you want to accomplishBudget your timeSet aside regular times for homework and chores.Redirect your energyUse your increase of energy for something positiveTalk to someoneTalking about stress can reduce itPut things in perspectiveRemember that you are not alone. Don’t make your problems bigger than they really are.Increase your personal activityBecoming more active releases built-up energy from stress and naturally relaxes the body.
73 Essential Question:How does bullying affect the lives of everyone involved? Enduring Understanding: Students will understand that bullying is UNACCEPTABLE behavior that can lead to long term health consequences.
74 Both girls and boys can be bullies. TRUE OR FALSE Both girls and boys can be bullies.Bullies target children who cry, get mad, or easily give in to them. There are mainly 3 types of bullying that are the physical, the verbal, and the social one.
75 VocabularyBullying: It is when one child picks on another child again and again.
76 Bullying Happens:At school—in the halls, at lunch, or in the bathroom, when teachers are not there to see what is going on.When adults are not watching—going to and from school, on the playground, or in the neighborhood.Through or instant messaging—rumors are spread or nasty notes are sent.
77 Bullying is Different from Fighting or Teasing: A bully has power over another child. Bullies try to control other children by scaring them. Being picked on over and over can make your child a victim. Bullying usually happens when other children are watching.
78 Learn How to Respond to Bullying Tell them to stop. Walk away. Do not let them get to you. If you walk away or ignore them, they will not get that satisfaction. Protect yourself. Sometimes you cannot walk away. If you are being physically hurt, protect yourself so that you can get away. Tell an adult you trust. Talking to someone could help you figure out the best ways to deal with the problem. In some cases, adults need to get involved for the bullying to stop. Find a safe place. Go somewhere that you feel safe and secure like the library, a favorite teacher’s classroom, or the office.Stick together. Stay with a group or individuals that you trust. Find opportunities to make new friends. Explore your interests and join school or community activities such as sports, drama, or art. Volunteer or participate in community service.
79 References:Glencoe Teen Health Course 1American Academic of Pediatrics