Then and Now - In this lesson, students will examine the differences
between the lives of Americans today and fifty years ago. They will
look for changes in our lifestyle that have impacted our health.
Image - Why does it make life so hard for teenagers?
- Students will become aware of the pitfalls of communicating both
orally and in written expression.
the Advertising - Students are bombarded with images of 'perfect'
people all the time. This lesson helps them assess what message is being
sent when magazines use Photoshop and airbrushing to alter photos.
Communication - After this lesson, the student will be able to use
basic communication skills, speaking, listening, and body language, to
promote effective communication.
Effects of Tobacco Usage - The learning will be able able to demonstrate
their knowledge of the effects of the use of tobacco on the human body.
Health Information - Student will use decision-making skills and their
knowledge of health information to demonstrate ways to utilize criteria
to evaluate health information.
of the Knee - For the students to know what the bones, ligaments,
and tendons, and muscles are that support the knee.
to Health Concepts - Students come into contact with the concept of
sex everyday and most of the time they are on their own in terms of what
they decide to think about what they hear and see.
De-Stress Plan - Students lead busy lives and as they reach young
adulthood, they get busier. In this lesson, students take time to figure
out what helps them relax.
the Violence - Students will be able to recognize and explain that
violence is learned and often carried out through the media.
Managment - After learning to identify the causes of stress and their
reactions to this stress, students will create a stress book.
in There - Healthy eating starts with awareness. In this lesson students
learn how to read the ingredient label on foods.
Out - In this lesson students will study the benefits of being physically
active. They will explore what that term means to them and find at least
three ways they can be active.
Grade 9 to 12 High School Health Lessons From Other Sites