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Health Feb. 3 to Feb. 7 First Aid

DATE HEALTH 2nd

 

Mon. 2/3 Lesson 3 Breathing Emergencies and Conscious Choking-Adult, Child or Infant.

Pg. 73-82 Instructors Manual

Lesson Objectives:

  • After completing this lesson, participants will ;
  • Prevention strategies to decrease the risk of breathing emergencies.
  • The signals of breathing emergencies.
  • Demonstrate how to care for a conscious choking person.

Presentation and discussion:  ARC DVD

Tues. 2/4 Lesson 4 Rescue Breathing Child or Infant.

Pg. 83-90 Instructors Manual

Lesson Objectives:

  • How to recognize when a person has stopped breathing.
  • Demonstrate how to give rescue breathing.
  • Presentation and discussion:  ARC DVD
Wed. 2/5 Lesson 5 Cardiac Emergencies

Pp 91-96 American Red Cross Instructors Manual

Lesson Objectives:

  • How to recognize the signals of a cardiac emergency.
  • How to care for a heart attack
  • The links of the Cardiac Chain of Survival

 

Lesson 6 CPR and Unconscious Choking-Adult, Child or Infant.

Pp 97-119 American Red Cross Instructors Manual

Lesson Objectives:

  • Demonstrate how to give CPR.
  • Demonstrate how to clear an obstructed airway of an unconscious person.

Presentation and discussion:  ARC DVD, breathing barriers and manikins.

Thurs. 2/6

 

Same as above

Skill Testing or Practice in Small group

Fri. 2/7 Same as above

Skill Testing or Practice in Small group

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Dec. 9 to Dec. 20, 2013 Male/Female

DATE HEALTH 2nd
Mon. 12/9 Review the rubric for the drug projects.

Classification of drug Rubric 5 11

Have the students choose a topic from the teacher list.

Chapter 21 Tobacco – Pass out study guide

Lesson 1 The Effects of Tobacco Use

  • List harmful substances in tobacco and tobacco smoke.
  • Examine the harmful effects of tobacco use on body systems.
  • Compare the physical, mental social and legal consequences of tobacco use.

Vocabulary Terms: addictive drug, nicotine, stimulant, carcinogen, tar, carbon monoxide, smokeless tobacco, leukoplakia.

Chapter 21 Tobacco

Lesson 2 choosing to Live Tobacco Free

  • Discuss the benefits of a tobacco-free lifestyle.
  • Develop strategies for preventing tobacco use.
  • List community services that relate to the prevention of tobacco-related diseases.

Vocabulary Terms: nicotine withdrawal, nicotine substitute.

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Tues. 12/10 Chapter 21 Tobacco Lesson 3 Promoting a Smoke-Free Environment

  • Discuss the harmful effects of tobacco on fetuses, infants, and young children.
  • Examine laws, policies and practices that help prevent tobacco-related disease.
  • Demonstrate ways of reducing tobacco-related illnesses and working to meet the nation’s health goals.

Vocabulary Terms: Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS), mainstream smoke, Sidestream smoke.

Presentation and discussion: Class Discussion and Glencoe Health Power Point

Wed. 12/11 Students will meet in the media center and review the noodle tools and resources to use for their presentations. Students will create their power point using google docs.
Thurs.12/12 Same as above
Friday12/13 Same as above
Mon.12/16 ALCOHOL-CHAPTER 22. Chapter 22 – Lesson 1 Alcohol Free

  • Identify factors that influence decisions about alcohol use and your health.
  • Examine the physical, mental emotional, social and legal consequence of alcohol use.
  • Discuss the role alcohol plays in unsafe situations.
  • Develop strategies for preventing the use of alcohol.

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Vocabulary Terms: ethanol, fermentation, depressant, intoxication, alcohol abuse.

Presentation and discussion

Chapter 22 – Lesson 2 Harmful Effects of Alcohol Use

  • Describe the short-term effects of alcohol use.
  • Discuss the consequences of drinking and driving.
  • Explain the dangers of drug/alcohol use.
  • Develop refusal strategies concerning alcohol use.

Vocabulary Terms: Metabolism, blood alcohol concentration, binge drinking and Alcohol poisoning.

Chapter 22 – Alcohol, the Individual and Society

  • Identify the goals of Healthy People 2010 to reduce risk behaviors associated with alcohol use.
  • Compare the effects of alcohol use on body systems and the risk of disease caused by alcohol use.
  • Describe the harmful effects of alcohol on the fetus.
  • List community health-related services for prevention and treatment of alcoholism and alcohol use.

Vocabulary Terms: Fetal alcohol syndrome, alcoholism, alcoholic, recovery, detoxification and sobriety.

Tues. 12/17 Chapter 22 – Alcohol, the Individual and Society

  • Identify the goals of Healthy People 2010 to reduce risk behaviors associated with alcohol use.
  • Compare the effects of alcohol use on body systems and the risk of disease caused by alcohol use.
  • Describe the harmful effects of alcohol on the fetus.
Wed.12/18 Present Drug Presentations
Thurs.12/19 Present Drug Presentations
Fri.12/20 Present Drug Presentations

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December 2 to 6, 2013 Male/Female

DATE HEALTH 2nd
Mon. 12/2 Chapter 18 The Male Reproductive System

  • Describe the parts and functions of the male reproductive system.
  • Examine care of the male reproductive system and identify situations requiring professional health services.
  • Describe abstinence as it relates to the prevention of STD’s.
  • Pp. 468-473

Vocabulary Terms: reproductive system, sperm, testosterone, testes, scrotum, penis, semen, sterility.

Presentation and discussion: Class Discussion and Glencoe Health Power Point

Chapter 18 The Female Reproductive System

  • Describe the parts and functions of the female reproductive system.
  • Examine care of the female reproductive system and identify situations requiring professional health services.
  • Describe abstinence as it relates to the prevention of STD’s.
  • Pp. 474-479

Vocabulary Terms: ova, uterus, ovaries, ovulation, fallopian tube, vagina, cervix, menstruation.

Presentation and discussion: Class Discussion and Glencoe Health Power Point Presentation and discussion:  Glencoe Health Power Point

Introduction to the Male and Female Reproductive Systems. 

Hands-On-Activity

Objective: To review the terms associated with the male and female reproductive systems.

Chapter 18 Male and Female

Tues. 12/3 Same as above
Wed. 12/4 Same as above
Thurs. 12/5 Jeopardy Review game.  Students will get into a groups of 5.  Instructor will read the question and the group has 10 seconds to answer the question.
Fri. 12/6 Chapter 18 Test and Study Guide Due

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