student will . . .
explain the value of different kinds of fitness (e.g., flexibility, endurance,
use protective gear (e.g., seat belts, helmets, goggles, gloves, sunscreen).
describe personal responsibility for one's own hygiene.
describe possible risky health situations at home, in school, and in the
list ways to reduce stress.
differentiate between healthy and unhealthy behaviors or comments.
explain how personal choices and behaviors can reduce accidents.
state reasons why people do or do not misuse drugs (e.g., alcohol, tobacco,
caffeine, over-the-counter and prescription drugs).
define risk taking behaviors (e.g., ATOD, nonuse of protective equipment)
and their present and future consequences.
develop and practice a personal hygiene plan.
give examples of managing stress.
distinguish between safe and risky or harmful behaviors in relationships
and list strategies (e.g., anger management, peer pressure reversal, self-protective
strategies) to reduce threatening situations.
identify hygiene practices related to puberty and diet practices for improved
apply techniques for managing stress.
compare and contrast the
nutritional value of foods when making personal food choices (e.g., food