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Kyndal Robarts

Health Spring Curriculum Map


Theme/Focus

January/February
Personal Risk Assessment
Personality

February/March
Nutrition
Body Image & Eating
Disorders
Fitness
*Standard 2
-Objective 1
-Objective 2
-Objective 3

Core Standards

*Standard 1
-Objective 1
-Objective 2
-Objective 4

Essential
Questions/
Objectives

*What are the different forms


of communications? How
important is communication in
getting your needs met? What
is your preferred form of
communication? What are the
pros and cons of how you
communicate?
*Describe your personality.
Where did it come from?
*Why do you eat?

*How healthy are you? How


fit are you? What are you
doing to take care of your
health?
* How can you help your
family be healthy and fit?
* How can being overweight
or obese affect my social and
emotional health?

Assessments

*Daily writing starter- The


essential questions from
above.
*Personal Risk Assessment
Project
*Exam #1

*Nutrition Notes
*Eat this not that worksheet
*Daily writing starter- The
essential questions from
above.
*Nutrition Project
*Exam #2

March
Stress
Mental Health
*Standard 6
-Objective 2
*Standard 1
-Objective 2
-Objective 3
* What is your definition of
stress? What causes you
stress? What do you do to
deal with your stress?
*How can mental disorders
affect your relationships in
my life?
*What strategies can you
use to manage stress and
depression? How can you
strengthen your emotional
health to help prevent
depression and suicide?
*Daily writing starter- The
essential questions from
above.
*Quiz
*Study Guide
*Stress Management
Project

Content

*Effective communication
*Relationships
*Character Traits
*Active Listening
*Conflict Resolution
*Mental/emotional health
*5 types of health
*7 Basic Emotions
*Hierarchy of needs

Skills, Strategies,
Behavior

*SWBAT effectively
communicate with family,
friends, significant others and
other relationships.
*SWBAT identify character
traits in themselves and in
others.
* Students will demonstrate
techniques for active listening
skills and identify those skills.
* SWBAT deal with conflict
constructively and effectively.
*SWBAT identify basic needs
of a human.
*SWBAT identify the
characteristics of good
mental/emotional health

Resources

*My site teacher (Jenne

*Exam #3
*Stress & Stress
Management
*Psychosomatic Response
*Fatigue
*Mental Illness
*Depression
*Anxiety
*Mood Disorders
*Conduct Disorders
*Schizophrenia
*Suicide
*SWBAT explain the
*SWBAT identify stressors
difference between a
and use techniques to
carbohydrate, fat and protein. reduce the stress in their
*SWBAT create a balanced
lives.
meal through analyzing the
*SWBAT recognize
fat, protein, and carbohydrate differences between mental
ratio along with the proper
disorders, and provide the
nutrients.
correct pathway for those
*SWBAT identify the
to seek help.
consequences and warning
*SWBAT classify signs of
signs of eating disorders.
depression and/or suicide,
*SWBAT describe the 5 areas and provide the appropriate
of fitness.
support, and contact
*SWBAT conceptualize the
someone who can help.
food pyramid and utilize it in
their personal lives.
*SWBAT analyze how the
media portrays negative body
images, and how to develop a
healthy body image.
*My site teacher (Jenne
*My site teacher (Jenne
*Carbohydrate, Fat, Protein
*Metabolism
* Micro & Macro Nutrients
*Eating Disorders
*Body Image
*Water benefits
*Anaerobic & Aerobic exercise
*5 areas of fitness

Hamlin)
*Utah core standards
* Glencoe Health Text Book

Hamlin)
*Utah core standards
* Glencoe Health Text Book

Hamlin)
*Utah core standards
* Glencoe Health Text Book