Chicago Ridge District 127.5

7th Health Education Scope and Sequence

Unit

Standards

Time Frame

(12 Week Course)

Unit 1:

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Health and Wellness

State Goal 22:  Understanding principles of health promotion and the prevention and treatment of illness and injury.

22.D.3a Identify and communicate with others within your school, family, and community regarding health issues.

State Goal 24:  Promote and enhance health and well-being through the use of effective communication and decision-making skills.

24.A.3a Describe possible causes and consequences of conflict and violence among youth in schools and communities.

24.B.3a Apply a decision-making process to an individual health concern.

Trimester 1

End of August-

Beginning of September

Trimester 2

Middle November-End of November

Trimester 3

Beginning of March-

Middle of March

Unit 2:

   

Social, Mental and Emotional

State Goal 22:  Understanding principles of health promotion and the prevention and treatment of illness and injury.

22.A.3a Identify and describe ways to reduce health risks common to adolescents (e.g., exercise, diet, refusal of harmful substances).

22.A.3b Identify how positive health practices and relevant health care can help reduce health risks (e.g., proper diet and exercise reduce risks of cancer and heart disease).

22.A.3d Identify various careers in health promotion, health care and injury prevention.

22.D.3a Identify and communicate with others within your school, family, and community regarding health issues.

State Goal 24:  Promote and enhance health and well-being through the use of effective communication and decision-making skills.

24.A.3a Describe possible causes and consequences of conflict and violence among youth in schools and communities.

24.A.3b Demonstrate methods for addressing interpersonal differences without harm (e.g., avoidance, compromise, cooperation)

24.A.3c Explain how positive communication helps to build and maintain relationships at school, at home and in the workplace.

24.B.3a Apply a decision-making process to an individual health concern.

Trimester 1

Beginning of September- Middle of September

Trimester 2

End of November-Middle of December

Trimester 3

Middle of March - End of March

Unit 3:

   

Nutrition and Fitness

State Goal 20:  Achieve and maintain a healthy-enhancing level of physical fitness based upon continual self-assessment.

20.A.3a Identify the principles of training: frequency, intensity, time and type (FITT).

20.A.3b Identify and participate in activities associated with the components of health related and skill related fitness.

20.B.3a Monitor intensity of exercise through a variety of methods (e.g., perceived exertion, pulse, heart rate monitors), with and without the use of technology.

20.B.3b Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses contained in a personal fitness profile

20.B.3c Discuss and understand the importance of fitness as it relates to academic performance.

20.C.3a Set realistic short-term and long term goals for a health related fitness component.

20.C.3b Identify opportunities within the community for regular participation in physical activities.

20.C.3c Apply the principles of training to health-related fitness goals.

State Goal 21:  Develop team building skills by working with others through physical activity.

21.A.3a Follow directions and decisions of responsible individuals (e.g., teachers, peer leaders, squad leaders).

21.A.3b Participate in establishing procedures for group physical activities.

21.A.3c Remain on task independent of distraction (e.g., peer pressure, environmental stressors).

21.B.3a Work cooperatively with others to accomplish a set goal in both competitive and noncompetitive situations (e.g., baseball, choreographing a dance).

State Goal 22:  Understanding principles of health promotion and the prevention and treatment of illness and injury.

22.A.3a Identify and describe ways to reduce health risks common to adolescents (e.g., exercise, diet, refusal of harmful substances).

22.A.3b Identify how positive health practices and relevant health care can help reduce health risks (e.g., proper diet and exercise reduce risks of cancer and heart disease).

22.A.3d Identify various careers in health promotion, health care and injury prevention.

22.D.3a Identify and communicate with others within your school, family, and community regarding health issues.

State Goal 23: Understand human body systems and factors that influence growth and development.

23.B.3a Explain the effects of health related actions upon body systems (e.g., fad diets, orthodontics, avoiding smoking, alcohol use, and other drug use).

23.C.3a Describe the relationships among physical, mental, and social health factors during adolescence (e.g., the effects of stress on physical and mental performance, effects of nutrition on growth).

23. D.3a Explain how the brain is affected by movement.

State Goal 24:  Promote and enhance health and well-being through the use of effective communication and decision-making skills.

Trimester 1

Middle of September- End of September

Trimester 2

Middle of December-Beginning of January

Trimester 3

Beginning of April- Middle of April

Unit 4

   

Growth and Body Systems

State Goal 23: Understand human body systems and factors that influence growth and development.

23.A.3a Explain how body systems interact with each other (e.g., blood transporting nutrients from the digestive system and oxygen from the respiratory system, muscular/skeletal systems [movement] and structure of the brain).

23.B.3a Explain the effects of health related actions upon body systems (e.g., fad diets, orthodontics, avoiding smoking, alcohol use, and other drug use).

23.C.3a Describe the relationships among physical, mental, and social health factors during adolescence (e.g., the effects of stress on physical and mental performance, effects of nutrition on growth).

23. D.3a Explain how the brain is affected by movement.

Trimester 1

End of September - Beginning of October

Trimester 2

Beginning of January-

Middle of January

Trimester 3

Middle of April- End of April

Unit 5

   

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs

-Peer Pressure

State Goal 22:  Understanding principles of health promotion and the prevention and treatment of illness and injury.

22.A.3a Identify and describe ways to reduce health risks common to adolescents (e.g., exercise, diet, refusal of harmful substances).

22.A.3b Identify how positive health practices and relevant health care can help reduce health risks (e.g., proper diet and exercise reduce risks of cancer and heart disease).

22.A.3d Identify various careers in health promotion, health care and injury prevention.

22.D.3a Identify and communicate with others within your school, family, and community regarding health issues.

State Goal 23: Understand human body systems and factors that influence growth and development.

23.B.3a Explain the effects of health related actions upon body systems (e.g., fad diets, orthodontics, avoiding smoking, alcohol use, and other drug use).

State Goal 24:  Promote and enhance health and well-being through the use of effective communication and decision-making skills.

24.C.3a Apply refusal and negotiation skills to potentially harmful situations.

Trimester 1

Beginning of October- Middle of October

Trimester 2

Middle of January - Beginning of February

Trimester 3

End of April-

Beginning of May

Unit 6

   

Disease  Prevention

State Goal 22:  Understanding principles of health promotion and the prevention and treatment of illness and injury.

22.A.3a Identify and describe ways to reduce health risks common to adolescents (e.g., exercise, diet, refusal of harmful substances).

22.A.3b Identify how positive health practices and relevant health care can help reduce health risks (e.g., proper diet and exercise reduce risks of cancer and heart disease).

22.A.3d Identify various careers in health promotion, health care and injury prevention.

22.B.3a Describe how the individual influences the health and well-being of the workplace and the community (e.g., volunteerism, disaster preparedness, proper care to prevent the spread of illness).

22.D.3a Identify and communicate with others within your school, family, and community regarding health issues.

State Goal 24:  Promote and enhance health and well-being through the use of effective communication and decision-making skills.

24.C.3a Apply refusal and negotiation skills to potentially harmful situations.

Trimester 1

Middle of October-

End of October

Trimester 2

Beginning of February- End of February

Trimester 3

Middle of May - End of May

Unit 7

   

Safety and Environment

-Hands ONLY CPR

State Goal 22:  Understanding principles of health promotion and the prevention and treatment of illness and injury.

22.A.3a Identify and describe ways to reduce health risks common to adolescents (e.g., exercise, diet, refusal of harmful substances).

22.A.3b Identify how positive health practices and relevant health care can help reduce health risks (e.g., proper diet and exercise reduce risks of cancer and heart disease).

22.A.3c Explain routine safety precautions in practical situations (e.g., in motor vehicles, on bicycles, in and near water, as a pedestrian).

22.A.3d Identify various careers in health promotion, health care and injury prevention.

22.B.3a Describe how the individual influences the health and well-being of the workplace and the community (e.g., volunteerism, disaster preparedness, proper care to prevent the spread of illness).

22.C.3a Identify potential environmental conditions that may affect the health of the local community (e.g., pollution, land fill, leadbased paint).

22.C.3b Develop potential solutions to address environmental problems that affect the local community’s health.

22.D.3a Identify and communicate with others within your school, family, and community regarding health issues.

State Goal 24:  Promote and enhance health and well-being through the use of effective communication and decision-making skills.

24.A.3a Describe possible causes and consequences of conflict and violence among youth in schools and communities.

24.B.3a Apply a decision-making process to an individual health concern.

Trimester 1

End of October-

Middle of November

Trimester 2

End of  February- Beginning of March

Trimester 3

End of May-

Beginning of June