student will . . .
Setting and Decision Making
set a goal to become involved in keeping the community clean.
assess factors (e.g., food choices, physical activity, genetic factors)
that contribute to achieving and maintaining a healthy body.
list health related personal decisions and who might assist in making
a positive decision.
record food choices; with an adult, compare them to the recommended food
chart to decide whether the choices were good.
practice making good judgments in risky situations.
record his/her own health-promoting habits and describe which activities/foods
were good, health-promoting decisions.
evaluate some dangerous situations, consider alternatives and identify
the consequences of various choices.
analyze disease prevention plans (e.g., diet and exercise).
identify strategies to change an unhealthy behavior (e.g., smoking, overeating).