student will . . .
Culture, and Technology
explore menus from fast food restaurants for nutritional value.
identify changes to school and other public facilities that accommodate
people with various kinds of challenges and/or cultural differences.
compare and contrast what advertisements infer about smoking to what students
have learned in school.
analyze menus from culturally different restaurants for nutritional value.
discuss examples of food advertising, identifying the purposes and the
relationship to personal health.
list TV programs that exemplify healthy family relationships and explain
explain why healthy human bodies can be various shapes and sizes.
explain how humans depend on their natural and constructed environments
and that new ideas and inventions continue to influence their environments.
use technology to examine/explore risks involved in not using appropriate
safety skills and equipment for recreational purposes (e.g., bike riding,
explain how risk behaviors
as seen on TV and movies may influence a student's future behaviors.
explain peer and media impact
upon common eating disorders and how to prevent them.
analyze the cultural differences of health practices.
recognize and respect people's differences.