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The student will . . .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Health Behaviors (HE.S.3)

 

 

HE.6.3.1 distinguish between safe and risky or harmful behaviors (e.g., abuse, date rape, peer pressure) in relationships.

 

HE.6.3.2 identify protective behaviors used to avoid and reduce threatening situations (e.g., anger, bullying, harassment).

 

HE.6.3.3 identify hygiene and food safety practices for improved personal and family health.

 

HE.7.3.1 evaluate personal health practices to avoid STDs.

 

HE.7.3.2 analyze the difference between safe and risky behaviors, including methods for preventing pregnancy and STDs (e.g., abstinence and methods of birth control).

 

HE.7.3.3 recognize signs of and strategies to reduce stress, anxiety and depression.

Lesson   A      B

 

HE.8.3.1 identify and list ways to prevent pregnancy, emphasizing abstinence.

HE.8.3.1 Lesson 2

HE.8.3.1 Lesson 3

 

HE.8.3.2 describe safety guidelines for preventing various intentional and unintentional injuries (e.g., pedestrian, motor vehicle, bicycle, ATV, violent situation).

 

HE.8.3.3 describe examples of harassment, bullying and intimidation and the legal ramifications in the school, community, and job setting.

 

HE.8.3.4 recognize and report signs of self-destructive behaviors (e.g., suicide, eating disorder, gang membership, anger, depression, anxiety) in others.