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Health, Safety, and Physical Education

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.16 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the importance of respect for self and others through positive self-esteem and appropriate behaviors.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy

A. List ground rules for the class.

B. Explain the two types of respect.

C. List factors that can influence self-esteem.

D. List examples of respectful behavior.

Learning About Reproduction & Birth, page 19

Abstinence, pages 6 & 7

Abstinence, page 7

Brainstorm appropriate class behavior.

Have students discuss and give examples of the two types of respect.

In groups, students describe positive and negative factors influencing self-esteem.

Have students write an essay describing activities which build and destroy self-esteem. Read selected essays.

Ways to show respect for other people:

  • Treat other people in kind ways.
  • Do not talk when other people are talking to you.
  • Take your turn when you and other people are waiting.
  • Be fair when you play with other people.
  • Answer when other people speak to you.

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.17 The student will develop the skills to make positive choices and examine issues associated with decisions.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy

A. List the steps in making decisions

B. Discuss the importance of making good decisions.

C. Examine causes of conflict between peers, family members and teachers relating the decision-making process.

D. Identify influences which affect decisions in relation to the media and interpreting messages.

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 20-21

Decision Making, Activity 2

Abstinence, pages 1-4

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 138-142, 144-149

Applying Health Skills 22

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 180-181

Abstinence, page 27

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 180-181

Abstinence, page 27

Have students list the components of the six steps to making a decision.

Have students complete and discuss decision-making activity.

Read and discuss. Go over review questions.

Brainstorm the importance of good decisions and positive consequences.

Have the class create a list of common problems of teens. In groups, have students discuss possible solutions to selected problems.

Read and discuss the lesson "What is Conflict?"

Have students explain why conflicts arise and how they may get out of hand?

How can the decision-making process defuse conflict?

Review the power of the media on opinions and attitudes. Discuss and list popular clothing, athletic footwear, equipment, etc.

Create a list of necessary qualities needed in quality product.

Direct students to create advertisements to convince class to buy products - video tape.

Review sex in advertising.

Have students discuss, "How can the decision-making process impact your choices."

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.18 The student will examine interactions with peers in developing positive relationships.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy

A. Identify issues associated with friendships.

B. Contrast qualities of a friend vs. an acquaintance.

C. Identify ways to make and keep friend.

FLE Curriculum Guide, page 69

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 117-120

Concept Mapping 18

Reteaching 18

Enrichment 18

Decision Making 8

Have students discuss friendship.

Have student define and discuss quality of a good friend vs. an acquaintance.

Imagine you have just moved to a new state. Describe in an essay how to make and keep a friend. Discuss.

List qualities for a good friend and explain why.

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.19 The student will examine the nature of dating during adolescence.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy

A. Define date and relate the concept of dating and the stages which lead to marriage.

B. Examine issues associated with dating, in terms of appropriate activities and expectations.

FLE Curriculum Guide, page 72

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 125-126

Enrichment 19

Reteaching 19

Define date and list the stages of relationships from friendship to marriage by placing terms in a jumble on board to place in order.

Read and discuss.

Have students discuss:

    • the importance of cooperating with parents on dating matters such as time to date, appropriate dating behavior, and dating patterns such as group dating and going steady.
    • advantages and disadvantages of group dates.
    • advantages and disadvantages of going steady.
    • dating customs in your community. Who ask whom? What age is considered right? Who pays for what? Include your own family customs.

Survey parents, grandparents, or other adults to find out what their dating customs were. Share these findings with your classmates, if students so choose.

Complete positive messages for teens and discuss in relation to dating.

Survey class about facilities and activities which are available and enjoyable.

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.19 The student will examine the nature of dating during adolescence.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
C. Define and discuss the differences between rape, date rape, and acquaintance rape.

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 496-497

Enrichment 72 #4

Reteaching 72

Teen Health, Life Skills, page 154

Write a short essay describing expectations for a date. Discuss the concept of future goals/consequences in relation to dating behavior.

Create a song or poem relating true love to commitment to discuss in class.

List qualities important for a boyfriend/girlfriend to have . Compare the lists.

Describe/Role Play

  • ask someone out for a date
  • refusing a date

Have students distinguish and discuss between rape, date rape, and acquaintance rape.

Have students work in groups of three to complete the "Making Healthy Decisions" activity.

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.20 The student will describe refusal skills for saying "no" to premarital sexual relations.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
A. Describe refusal skills.

B. Practice refusal skill strategies.

Teen Health, Course 3, page 109

Abstinence, pages 28-31

FLE Curriculum Guide, Appendix 8.4

Abstinence: Comprehensive Health, Unit 5, pages 50-l62

Have students define and discuss refusal skills.

Have students examine why refusal skills are important and ways of saying no to negative peer pressure.

Go over the transparency, "Clearly No."

Demonstrate role play activity.

Have students complete "Saying No" checklist.

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.21 The student will analyze issues associated with sexual activity and teen pregnancy.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy

A. Examine the possible consequences of sexual activity.

B. Identify issues associated with teen pregnancy in terms of parent responsibilities and economics.

C. Define and discuss sexual abstinence.

Abstinence , page 12

Abstinence, pages 10-18

FLE Curriculum Guide, pages 54 and 55

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 356-357

Abstinence: Health Facts, pages 12-14, page 137, One Minute Fact

Abstinence: Health Facts, pages 14 and 15, 44-45

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 131-133

Enrichment 20

Reteaching 20

Applying Health Skills 20

FLE Curriculum Guide, page 88

Abstinence, pages 5-8

List the physical, emotional /mental and social consequences of sexual activity.

Review "Ask The Expert Questions and Answers."

Review STD unit in grade 7.

Share statistics on teenage pregnancy.

Read and discuss teen parenting.

Define abstinence and discuss benefits of sexual abstinence

- Have students brainstorm the benefits

- Make a comprehensive list

- Have students list their goals

- Have students write how their goals would be changed if they became pregnant

For next week

For next month

For next year

For my future

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.21 The student will analyze issues associated sexual activity and teen pregnancy.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
D. Review the facts about pregnancy prevention.

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 126-128

Entering Adulthood: Reproduction, Birth and Contraception, pages 113-116

"Emphasize that pre-marital sexual abstinence is the appropriate behavior. This concept is to be taught in an integrated manner throughout this objective.

Birth Control Methods Teacher Information

To become pregnant, it takes one egg from a female body and one sperm from a male's body. The way they unite is through sexual intercourse. Only two things can keep them apart...abstinence or a method of birth control that works. There is no safe time when you can have sex without the risk of becoming pregnant.

Teacher will lecture using transparency and/or chart on birth control methods. Emphasize abstinence, methods that don't work, and methods that aren't very effective.

Birth Control Methods

Abstinence - the only 100% method of preventing pregnancy.

Birth control pills, birth control implant, birth control shot, the diaphragm and the IUD are effective methods of birth control. You can get them only from a doctor or a family planning clinic.

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.21 The student will analyze issues associated with intercourse and teen pregnancy.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
    The Pill Advantages Disadvantages

Pills are made ...works well ...should not up of female ...help you be used by some hormones which have regular women regulate the periods ...can cause body. side effects in some women

Birth Control

Implant ... is very effective

...may cause Implants are

... lasts for 5 years irregular bleeding small, flexible

... don't have to

... can cause plastic tubes remember a pill some side effects placed under the every day

... needs to have inside of the

... can be reversed doctor remove it upper arm. They release hormones into the body that stop the release of eggs.

Birth Control

Shot

A hormone ... is a very effective ... may cause

injected into method irregular bleeding

the body to ... easier than ... can cause side

keep the ovaries remembering to effects

from releasing take a pill every day ... should not be

eggs.

used by some

women

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.21 The student will analyze issues associated with intercourse and teen pregnancy.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
    The Diaphragm Advantages Disadvantages

A thin rubber cup ...does not have ...must be used

that covers the side effects every time you

cervix and keeps have sex

sperm from ...may not work

entering. Should as well as

be used with other methods

contraceptive foam

or cream.

The IUD

The intra- ... is always in ... may cause

uterine device is ... you do not heavier bleeding

put into the uterus have to remem- with periods

by a doctor and left ber anything ... may cause

in place.

more cramping

with periods

...may not be put

in if you want

more children

later in your life

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.21 The student will analyze issues associated with intercourse and teen pregnancy.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
    The Condom Advantage Disadvantage

Condoms are the ... can be used ... must be used

only method that by the man correctly every

can be used by the ... are easy to time you have

male. The condom obtain sex

covers the penis ...helps protect ...work best when

and keeps sperm both partners the woman uses

from entering the from HIV contraceptive

vagina infection and foam

other sexually

transmitted

diseases

...when used

correctly, are

very effective

Contraceptive

Foam Advantages Disadvantages

Contraceptive ... are easy to ... must be used

foams, jellies, obtain every time you

creams, film, and ...are good have sex

vaginal supposi- lubricants that ... without a

tories, are put into won't hurt a condom, are less

the woman's vagina. condom or effective

These make a "wall" diaphragm

to block the sperm ...are a good

from entering the backup if you

uterus. They also miss a pill

kill the sperm. ...can be carried

in your purse

...is an very

effective method

when used with

a condom

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.21 The student will analyze issues associated with intercourse and teen pregnancy.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
    Natural Family Advantages Disadvantages

Planning ... no foreign ... is only 80%

Natural family substances in effective planning means body

... must keep that you use no daily records pills or drugs. It about changes also means you in your body don't put anything

... need to take into your body to a class to learn keep from getting how to use natural pregnant. Instead, family planning you learn to tell when

... partner must you are about to agree not to have ovulate, and you don't sex at certain have sex for a number times each month of days at that time.

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.21 The student will analyze issues associated with intercourse and teen pregnancy.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
    Permanent

Sterilization Advantages Disadvantages

Tubal ligation is ...

is the name of the anent anent surgery for the woman. The doctor will cut and tie the Fallopian tubes so her eggs will not be able to get into the uterus. This will not change her menstrual cycle, and she will still have periods. Vasectomy is the name of the surgery for the man. The doctor will cut and tie the vas deferens on each side of the scrotum. This surgery will not change the male except that there will not be any sperm when he ejaculates.

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.21 The student will interpret the messages in society related to sexuality.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
    Myths about Birth Control
  • Douching with anything
  • Using saran wrap as a condom
  • Sitting or standing up during sex
  • Breastfeeding
  • Taking a shower after sex
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Withdrawal
  • Having sex during your period

These things do not prevent pregnancy!

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.22 The student will interpret the messages in society related to sexuality.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy

A. Review gender, stereotype, media, exploitation and graffiti.

B. Examine messages in songs concerning the influence on teen behavior and attitudes.

C. Examine messages in movies, TV, and advertisements in relation to the influence or attitudes and behavior.

D. Discuss ways to combat negative influences.

Dictionary

FLE Curriculum Guide, Appendix, 8-6

FLE Curriculum Guide, Appendix, 7-5

Define vocabulary words, placing words into a sentence that reflects an opinion about each word.

Ask students to complete the "Music Mania" choosing their own music.

Survey the class about the song in relation to feelings, thoughts, attitudes and actions.

Using the worksheet/directions provided, discuss how attitudes and behaviors are influenced.

Review short and long term goals against negative influences.

Brainstorm ways to limit the influence of media on attitudes and behavior in small groups. Assign categories songs, TV sitcoms, TV advertisements, movies, music videos, magazine advertisements to discuss and explain to class.

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.22 The student will interpret the messages in society related to sexuality.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
E. Develop a questionnaire to evaluate media messages.

F. Review current information of media influence on sexuality.

Abstinence: Health Facts, pages 41-43. Possible Questions:
  • What is the purpose of the message?
  • Who is the target audience for the message?
  • Who will profit if members of the target audience choose responsible behavior? How?
  • What techniques are used to make the message appealing to the target audience?
  • What information is missing from the message?
  • Is the message consistent with messages found in other media on the same subject? How?

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.23 The student will recognize the development of sexuality as an aspect of total personality.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
A. Examine sexuality as a natural part of the maturation process.

B. Review the need for privacy and modesty in relation to development.

Teen Health, pages 208-213

Concept Mapping 31

Decision Making 13

Enrichment

FLE Curriculum Guide, pages 78-79

FLE Curriculum Guide, page 82

Have the students list the pros and cons of their gender.

Rate the list above from best to worst to discuss in small groups of the same gender.

Discuss responses

Complete activity "I"m Glad I'm A/If I were.... To help them become aware of their feelings about their gender.

Create examples to discuss illustrating situations which privacy and modesty should be practiced.

Write a short essay describing an embarrassing moment in relation to physical growth and development.

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.24 The student will examine human development as it relates to the stages of ones' own developmental level, sexuality, the human growth cycle and reproduction.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
A. Trace the stages of development from infancy to old age in terms of growth.

B. List the changes experienced during puberty.

C. Review the process of reproduction.

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 208-209

Reteaching 31

FLE Curriculum Guide, pages 82-84.

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 210-211, Fig. 7.6

Cross Curriculum 13

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 328-332

Concept Mapping 49

Enrichment 49

FLE Curriculum Guide, page 89

Read orally and discuss stages which have passed, are presently occurring and will come later.

Complete Reteaching Activity 31

Discuss information on development.

Create a poster using magazines to illustrate the stages of development.

Have students read and discuss.

Complete the Cross Curriculum activity.

Complete the concept mapping and enrichment activities.

Review sketches of anatomy orally with students, using the technical names in discussion.

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.25 The student will examine specific health issues related to cancer and other diseases.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
A. Describe the importance of routine screenings.

B. Describe self-examination for the breast and testes.

C. Discuss the importance of keeping own medical history.

D. Discuss problems of male and female reproductive system.

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 384-387.

Appendix, 8-14

Cancer Society Pamphlet

Teen Health, Course 3, pages 332-333

Reteaching 49

Read and discuss.

Review pamphlets for Breast Self-Examination (BSE) and Testes Self-Examination (TSE).

Teacher provides information on community resources.

A. Family physician

B. Norfolk Public Health Department

Review and record charts

Health & Safety   8th  Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
8.26 The student will define sexual harassment and review laws that make those behaviors illegal.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
  • Define sexual harassment and discuss students' legal rights regarding harassment.

Stop Sexual Student Harassment Now, NEA

Flirting or Hurting, NEA Professional Library, page 36

Review definition of sexual harassment and behaviors.

Review Title IX with students. Go over School Board Policy and review reporting procedures.

Have students respond in writing to some of the discussion questions.