04.19.14
Health, Safety, and Physical Education

Health & Safety 10th Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
10.18 The student will participate in a review of ninth grade family life education objectives.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
    Review 9th grade objectives

Pretest - all vocabulary, objectives

  • self esteem
  • values, morals, ethics
  • decision making
  • families, relationships
  • male/female body parts

Class Discussion

Post-test

 

Question Box

  • remain unanimous
  • put in questions they feel to embarrassed to ask in front of classmates

Health & Safety 10th Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
10.19 The student will analyze the issues related to teenage pregnancy and the benefits of postponing pregnancy until marriage.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy

A. Describe the difference between sexual and emotional intimacy.

B. Name three possible consequences of teenage pregnancy.

 

C. Describe the advantages of sexual abstinence until marriage.  

D. Describe ways to change the pregnancy rate for teens.

Holt Health, pages 371-374  

Holt Health, pages 373-376

 

FLE Curriculum, 10-18, 10-19  

Holt Health, pages 373-380  

Entering Adulthood, Understanding Reproduction, Birth and Contraception, pages 79-83.

Define and explain the differences.  

Class discussion

    • Pros
    • Cons

Write a composition on parenting.

 

Group students and have them list advantages of abstinence related to the following:

  • Education/Career
  • Friends/Social Life
  • Finances/Money
  • Daily Life

Egg Activity - students carry around egg to learn the roles of parenting (cuddle, nurture, babysitter for baby when out). Write a paper evaluating their experiences.  

Have groups discuss:

  • Why the pregnancy rate is so high?
  • Why teens still participate in risky behavior even when they are aware of the consequences?
  • Solutions?

Health & Safety 10th Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
10.20 The student will describe the signs and symptoms of pregnancy.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
  • Describe and discuss the signs and symptoms of pregnancy.
  • Describe and discuss factors that contribute to a healthy pregnancy.
Entering Adulthood Understanding Reproduction, Birth and Contraception, pages 79-83  

Entering Adulthood Understanding Reproduction, Birth and Contraception, pages 89-91

 
Brainstorm signs and symptoms of pregnancy (write on board). Discuss some key points on page 80.  

Read the "Introductory Statement." Divide class into small groups and ask them to react and list factors important to a developing embryo or fetus.

 

Health & Safety 10th Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
10.21 The student will describe birthing options and identify the stages of the birthing process.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
  • List birthing options.
  • Discuss stages of birthing process.
Entering Adulthood: Reproduction, Birth and Contraceptives, pages 101-108  

Holt Health, pages 339-348

 
Have students research and report on different birthing options
  • Obstetrician
  • Midwifery
  • Birthing Room
  • Anesthetic (local - general)
  • Natural childbirth
  • Prepared childbirth

Use transparency 16D to explain the stages of childbirth.

  • Dilation
  • Expulsion
  • Placental

Health & Safety 10th Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
10.22 The student will describe possible complications of pregnancy and birth.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
  • List complications that could occur during pregnancy.
  • Explain postpartum period.
Holt Health, pages 344-345  

Holt Health, page 344

 

Learning About Reproduction and Birth, pages 75-76

 
Use chart on page 345 to discuss complications. Have students research possible causes and prevention of these complications  

Discuss the effect of hormonal changes on maternal emotions.

 

 

Health & Safety 10th Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
10.23 The student will describe characteristics of a newborn.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
  • Describe appearance of newborns.
  • List observable infant behavior.
  • Discuss needs of all infants. (physical and emotional)
FLE Curriculum, 10-2  

FLE Curriculum, 10-2

 

FLE Curriculum, 10-2

 
Have students bring in pictures of themselves or other newborns and talk about the physical appearance.  

Ask students to observe an infant if they have an opportunity and share with others their behavior.

  • Sleeping
  • Eating
  • Playing
  • Crying

Have students list needs and explain how those needs can be met.

  • Food
  • Sleep
  • Cleanliness
  • Love
  • Belonging
  • Physical Contact
  • Security

Health & Safety 10th Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
10.24 The student will discuss ways to cope with fears/concerns regarding the care of newborns.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
  • List pros and cons concerning circumcision.
  • Define and discuss parent-child relationships.
  • List possible complications of newborns.
  • Describe feeding options.
Holt Health, page 328  

FLE Curriculum, 10-2

 

FLE Curriculum, 10-3, 10-4  

FLE Curriculum, 10-3, 10-4

 

FLE Curriculum, 10-3, 10-4

 
Have students research the pros and cons of circumcision and debate the issue.  

Have students describe what a parent-child relationship should be and how the relationship impacts child development. Include the following:

 
  • Bonding
  • Cuddling
  • Affection
  • Caring (physical and emotional)
  • Nurturing

Group students and let them research and write a report on the following topics:

  • Colic
  • SIDS
  • Smothering
  • Childhood Diseases
  • Immunizations (see chart)

List pros and cons of breast feeding and bottle feeding. Ask students to make a recommendation for new mothers.

 

Health & Safety 10th Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
10.25 The student will describe parenting skills and parenthood options.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
A. Name three major responsibilities of parenthood.  

B. Discuss discipline as it applies to the parent and the child.

 
Holt Health, pages 393-398  

FLE Curriculum, Appendix 10-1

Have students explain in composition form the responsibilities of being a parent.
  • Emotional Maturity
  • Financial Security
  • Discipline

Have students complete the activity "parent Want Ad."

 

Health & Safety 10th Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
10.26 The student will describe adjustments family members face during the post-natal period.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
A. Discuss long-term adjustments for families when a baby is born.   FLE Curriculum, 10-3, 10-4   Parents must meet the needs of the newborn, but must also spend time with other children and themselves. Have students list family activities.  

Have groups brainstorm sibling rivalry and why and how these conflicts may be resolved.

 

Have students share what its like to be a baby sitter, child care provider, and how they feel about the responsibility.

Health & Safety 10th Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
10.27 The student will calculate the personal considerations and financial cost of child bearing and will develop a plan for managing resources in the home.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
A. List economic cost of having a baby.  

B. Discuss additional cost of supporting a household.

 

C. Describe school and career options when you have a family.

 
FLE Curriculum, 10-5, 10-6  

FLE Curriculum, 10-5, 10-6

 
Have students complete activity sheet "Cost of Parenting" (App. 10-2). Have students research cost and compare that with the cost 10 years ago. This can be done individually or as group work.  

Look at rent, food, transportation, entertainment, and emergency cost.

 

Fill out the "Choices of Being a Parent" (App. 10-3).  

Discussion Questions

  • How will you support your family if you stay home?
  • Who would care for your children if you go to work or school?
  • How will you pay for child care and support your family if you go to school or work?

Health & Safety 10th Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
10.28 The student will identify ways of preventing and/or coping with various types of violence and explain techniques for prevention and reporting sexual assault/molestation.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
A. Name and define the four different types of abuse.  

B. List ways in which one can get help if they are being abused.

C. Describe how to report abuse.

 

D. Discuss and describe the differences between sexual assault, sexual harassment, and acquaintance rape.

 

E. Discuss ways to prevent violent conflict.

 
Holt Health, pages 419-432  

Holt Health, pages 420-422

Have students list each type of abuse define it and give examples.
  • Physical
  • Sexual
  • Neglect
  • Emotional

Compile a list of agencies where one can get help.

 

Discuss the procedures for reporting abuse.

 

Use transparency 20B.

 

Life Skills worksheet 20B, and guided practice: Making a Choice Card 20B.

 

Have students define and explain mediation and anger management.

Health & Safety 10th Grade

Unit: Family Life Education
10.29 The student will identify ways of recognizing various forms of sexual harassment and practice techniques for prevention as well as reporting sexual harassment.
Performance Indicator Resources Teaching Strategy
A. Identify what constitutes sexual harassment.  

B. Identify signs of sexual harassment in the workplace.

 

C. List ways in which one can get help if they believe they have been a victim of sexual harassment.

Holt Health, page 428  

Holt Health Life Skills, worksheet 20C

 

Questions and Answers About Sexual Harassment  

Stop Sexual Harassment Now!  

Sexual Harassment: It's Not Academic

Review ninth grade objective 9.15.  

Use transparency to discuss:

Title IX, Quid Pro Quo, Hostile environment

Worksheet - What is Sexual Harassment?

 

Complete and discuss the:

What do you know about the law and sexual harassment - group project

 

Group project - Research agencies that one can seek help for sexual harassment. Each group will report back to the class.

 

Discuss procedures for reporting abuse in the work place/school.

 

Review - Norfolk Public Schools Policy on Sexual Harassment.