• GoogleTreks Enterprise Fast Food Makeover 

    Fast Food Makeover

    Directions:

    • Using the GoogleTreks Enterprise Fast Food Makeover or reliable internet searched find the menu for 4 (four) fast food restaurants where you like to eat at. Choose items from the menu that you might typically order and write them in the box below. Look up the amount of calories and fat in each of your items and then add up the totals from your meal.
    • Now makeover your meal, from the same restaurant, by choosing healthier items. Choose items that add up to less than 600 calories and less than 25 grams of total fat and write them in the box.
    • You do not have to have 3 items in your healthier menu. Remember that diet drinks and water will always be zero for calories and fat.

    Google Docs


  • Nutrition Facts Label 

    Nutrition Facts Label Notes: NFL NOTES

    Students can bring in a snack or drink with a nutrition facts label on it.

    Students need to make sure Parts A-C are complete on their Nutrition Webquest.


  • MyPyramid & Meal Log Input Directions

    Lesson Plan: Discuss Super Size Me, Part C Review of Nutrition Webquest, Meal Log Analysis.

    MyPyramid Notes:MyPyramid

    Meal Input Directions:

    Google Docs

    Go to the Website: https://cronometer.com/

    • Click on “ Sign Up For Free”
    • Type in your email and create a password. Please keep track of this because I will have no way of retrieving the info for you.
    • This will need to be a valid email because you will have to access your email to activate your account.

    Your Body Type

    Select Male or Female

    Birthdate

    Height

    Weight

    • If you do not know , estimate your height and weight.

    Click I agree to the cronometer.com Terms of Service

    Create Account

    Go to email and activate the account

    Nutrition Exam: Tuesday, August 27th 



  • Lesson Plan: Super Size Me, Review Part A in the Nutrition Webquest, Start Meal Log.

    Super Size Me is a 2004 American documentary film directed by and starring Morgan Spurlock, an American independent filmmaker. Spurlock's film follows a 30-day period from February 1 to March 2, 2003 during which he ate only McDonald's food. Spurlock ate at McDonald's restaurants three times per day, eating every item on the chain's menu at least once. The film documents this lifestyle's drastic effect on Spurlock's physical and psychological well-being, and explores the fast food industry's corporate influence, including how it encourages poor nutrition for its own profit.

    Super Size Me Discussion Questions:

    1. Why does advertising affect young children more than it does teenagers and adults?

    2. Why are they repeatedly comparing cigarette smokers and overweight people?

    3. Do you think your school offers nutritious meals? How would you change the cafeteria’s offerings?

    4. Explain what a toxic environment is according to the documentary.

    Nutrition Webquest. Nutrition Webquest

    Meal Log: Meal Log
    • Record everything you eat and drink for 3 days.
    • Due: Monday, August 19th
    • Students can record their food in an existing app, paper, or Google Docs.
    Chapter 10 vocabulary ( 21 terms) will be due Friday.

  • Nutrition Webquest & Test Corrections 

    Today we are working on Part A and Part B of the Nutrition Note Guide. The link below is the Google Docs version that students can type in and use the links to help answer questions. Students will also receive a hard copy of the Nutrition Webquest. I have attached notes to assist with the questions. 

    • Make-up Ch. 1 & 2 Exams along with Ch. 1 & 2 Test Corrections.

     

    • Write/Type the question you missed.
    • State the correct Answer
    • State the page number you found the correct answer on.

     

      • Nutrition Webquest. Nutrition Webquest
        • We will only be working on Part A and Part B today and tomorrow

     

     

    •  Chapter 10 vocabulary ( 21 terms) will be due Friday.

  • Super Size Me is a 2004 American documentary film directed by and starring Morgan Spurlock, an American independent filmmaker. Spurlock's film follows a 30-day period from February 1 to March 2, 2003 during which he ate only McDonald's food. Spurlock ate at McDonald's restaurants three times per day, eating every item on the chain's menu at least once. The film documents this lifestyle's drastic effect on Spurlock's physical and psychological well-being, and explores the fast food industry's corporate influence, including how it encourages poor nutrition for its own profit.

    Super Size Me Discussion Questions:

    1. Why does advertising affect young children more than it does teenagers and adults?
    2. Why are they repeatedly comparing cigarette smokers and overweight people?
    3. Do you think your school offers nutritious meals? How would you change the cafeteria’s offerings?
    4. Explain what a toxic environment is according to the documentary.

  • Health Lesson Plan


  • Health Introduction Essay

    Health Intro Rubric

    Assignment: This assignment is going to be your typical English style paper with 3 paragraphs. It should include an introduction paragraph,middle paragraph, and a conclusion. You will be writing/typing your paper on the following topics:

    1. What do you think health is?

    2. What do you hope to learn about in health?

    3. What do you hope we don't learn about in health?

    You can also include the following:

    • What did you do this summer?

    • Can I call on you? Ask you questions about your life?

    • What type of teacher do you learn best from?

    • How do you learn best?

    • Do you enjoy Group Work? Partner Work? Lectures?

    • Extracurricular Activities/ Hobbies and Interests?

    • Name some good things in your life.

    • What do you value most in your life?

    • Do you have any allergies/conditions I need to know about?

    • What is something interesting about you that will help me get to know you

     

    This is due Friday, August 9th at the end of class. You may turn it in on paper or email me at aensley@enterpriseschools.net

    EHS 1st Day

    Health Syllabus

     

     


  • Drug Use and Abuse Quest

    Google Docs

    ANSWERS

    Task 1- Ch. 19: Medicines & Drugs

    1. List four pieces of information that must be on OTC medicine label. Describe the purpose of each piece of information.
    2. How can taking medicines not prescribed to you, or mixing medicines, harm your health?
    3. What is medicine abuse? How does it differ from medicine misuse?

    Task 2- Ch. 22: Marijuana & Steroids

    1. What body systems are harmed by smoking marijuana?
    2. List consequences of marijuana use on the reproductive system.
    3. What are the penalties and legal consequences of driving under the influence of any drug?
    4. Why does using steroids for increasing muscle strength often result in injury?
    5. How do the effects of steroids differ in males and females?

    Task 3- Drugs in Alabama

    1. Write a 5-7 sentence summary of the harmful effects of “Vaping, Juuling, E-Cigarettes”
    1. Write a 5-7 sentence summary of the harmful effects of heroin use in Alabama.
    1. Are pot infused edibles safer than smoking marijuana? What are the effects?

  • Tobacco Questions

    ANSWERS

    All answers can be found in Chapter 20 of the textbook and notes online.

    1. Short term risks of tobacco use. ( 3)
    2. Long term risk of tobacco use. ( 4)
    3. Why do tobacco users have difficulty quitting?
    4. What is the addictive drug in tobacco?
    5. Tobacco smoke contains some poisonous products such as… ( 5)
    6. What leading cause of preventable death and disability in the United States?
    7. What has smoking been linked to? ( 3 )
    8. How does tar damage a smoker’s respiratory system?
    9. True or False-Cigars and pipes contain significantly more nicotine and produce more tar and carbon monoxide than cigarettes.
    10. What are the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal? ( 3)
    11. What is the legal age limit to buy tobacco products in Alabama?
    12. What is the difference between mainstream smoke and sidestream smoke?
    13. What three ways does ETS affect children?
    14. What is SIDS?
    15. What can leukoplakia develop into?

    Google Docs

    NOTES


  • Google Docs Version of Ch. 23-25 Note Guide

    Disease Notes

    ANSWERS

     

     

    Chapter 23-25 Disease Note Guide

    Ch. 23: Communicable Diseases

    1.Explain the differences and the treatments of bacterial infections and viral infections.

    1. List three ways that communicable diseases are spread through INDIRECT Contact.
    2. The fungus that causes athlete’s foot lives in warm, moist places. What can you do to reduce your risk

    of infection when you are in gym locker rooms or public places?

    1. If you had a cold, what actions would you take to prevent spreading the illness to other people?
    2. How is the common cold different from the flu?
    3. What are THREE ways to prevent a respiratory tract infection?
    4. What is the purpose of the inflammatory response?
    5. What is the main difference between active immunity and passive immunity?
    6. How are recreational water illnesses most commonly spread?

    Ch. 23-25 Matching- Match the term with the definition

    1.Noncommunicable Disease

    a.  Virus spread by direct contact; sharing utensils and kissing.

    2. Mononucleosis

    b.  Single-celled microorganism

    3. Infection

    c.  High Fever, no treatment. Virus spread through coughs and talking

    4. Chicken Pox

    d.  Bacterial infection spread through direct contact. Enlarged Lymph nodes in throat. Sore throat

    5. Meningitis

    e. disease that is not transmitted by another vector, person, or the environment

    6. Disability

    f.  Rash, itching, spread through direct contact. Can lead to Shingles Virus.

    7.  Lyme Disease

    g. Virus or Bacteria. Vomiting, stiff neck, sensitivity to light.

    8. Measles

    h.  Disease transmitted through tick bites

    9.  Mad Cow Disease

    i. any physical or mental impairment that limits normal activities

    10. Strep Throat

    j.  pathogens in the body multiply and damage body cells.

    11. Communicable Disease

    k. bovine spongiform affects the brain functions of cattle.

    12. Hepatitis B

    l. an infection of the lungs in which the air sacs fill with pus and fluids.

    13.Pneumonia

    m. disease outbreak that affects many people at the same time & place

    14. Bacteria

    n. disease that is spread from one living thing to another.

    15. H1N1

    o. microorganism that infects the digestive system

    16.  Epidemic

    p. Respiratory virus usually found in pigs.

    17. Giardia

    q. Piece of genetic material surrounded by a protein coat.

    18. Virus

    r. Can cause liver failure and cirrhosis

    Chapter 24: Sexually Transmitted Diseases

    1. Define sexually transmitted diseases/infections?
    2. Sexually transmitted diseases are highly communicable infections that are contracted through
    3. Define asymptomatic.
    4. Name the six most common STDs

    Common STD

    Bacterial/Viral

    Symptoms (2)

    Treatment

           
           
           
           
           
           

     

    1. What is the most common STD among teens?
    2. Define antibiotics.
    3.  What is the difference between Herpes Simplex 1 and Herpes Simplex 2?
    4. What is the most common STI?
    5. Gonorrhea c. HIV
    6. Genital HPV d. Chlamydia
    7. What are the 4 high-risk behaviors that you can avoid to NOT get a STD?
    8. What does AIDS stand for?
    9. All injured disabled and scary c. Acquired Immunedeafness Syndrome
    10. Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome d. Acquired Immunity Deathlike SIckness
    11. How does HIV affect the Human immune System?
    12. HIV invades and destroys white blood cells c. HIV invades and destroys red blood cells
    13. HIV invades and destroys T cells d. HIV invades and destroys B cells.          
    14. True or false: You can get a STD from oral sex. Explain your answer.
    15. Describe the cause-and-effect relationship between the reasons many STDs go unreported and undiagnosed and the current STD epidemic in the United States.( 5-7 complete sentences this article by CNN) https://www.cnn.com/2018/08/28/health/std-rates-united-states-2018-bn/index.html
    16. Identify resources in Enterprise where teens can find accurate information about the diagnosis and treatment of STDs.

    Chapter 25: Noncommunicable Diseases.

    1. What are three risk factors that are unavoidable to cardiovascular disease?
    2. What are two important methods for early cancer detection?
    3. Identify three cancer treatment options.
    4. What are histamines? What role do they play in allergies?
    5. Name Three strategies for managing asthma.
    6. What are the three common causes for blindness?

     


  • CPR/Emergencies 

    ANSWERS

    Google Docs

    1.      Ch. 27 vocabulary- ONLY the TERMS you do not know.
    2.      What are the universal precautions? What are the 3 steps for responding to an emergency?
    3.      Identify the steps in the chain of survival. Why is calling emergency services the first step in the chain of survival?
    4.     Explain the 30/30 rule for lightning safety. What items should you have in your emergency survival kit?
    5.      If a woman is pregnant, how would you assist that choking victim?
    6.      Major and Minor Wounds. What are the steps you should take in treating a nosebleed?
    7.      Describe the procedure for treating a minor burn
    8.      Steps for putting on a splint. What are the symptoms of a fracture or dislocation?
    9.      Describe the P.R.I.C.E procedure.
    10.   Describe fainting and what to do when a person faints. What are the symptoms of Shock?
    11.   Why is the recovery position the safest position for an unconscious person?
    12.   How would you assist someone that needs an epinephrine (Epi Pen)?
    13.   What are 4 ways poison can enter the body? What actions should you take?
    14.   What are the steps in treating snakebite? What items would you need to treat a bee sting in a victim?
    15.   What should you do when you are caught in a blizzard while driving?
    16.   Where are earthquakes most common? Identify two warning signs of an approaching tornado.

     CPR




  • Mental and Emotional Note Guide (Ch. 3-5)   Mental Health Notes

    Google Docs                ANSWERS

    1. List the 5 different anxiety disorder.
    2. Explain the different mental health professionals and what they do along with treatments.
    3. Compare and Contrast anxiety and depression.
    4. List and define the stages of Grief.
    5. What are the 3 stages of your body’s response to stress?
    6. What are the characteristics of citizenship
    7. Define stigma.
    8. What are the three types of depression? Define each of them.
    9. What are the 5 types of impulse control disorders?
    10. What is a mental disorder?         

    11.  Lack of interest in or concern for things that others find moving or exciting

    A. Empathy

    12. The intellectual identification with or vicarious experiencing of the feelings, thoughts, or attitudes of another

    B.  Apathy

    13. The achievement of one’s full potential.

    C.  Self Actualization

    14. Severe neurological disorder characterized by facial and body tics accompanied by grunts and occasional obscenities.

    A. Multiple Personalities

    15.  Abnormal anxiety about one’s health

    B.  Hypochondria

    16. Behaviors and thoughts that make it difficult to get along with others.

    C. Tourettes

    17. A disorder that is characterized by the presence of two or more distinct and complex identities.

    D. Personality Disorder

     

     


  • Hey everyone,
     
    The 9 weeks is ending and I know people are starting to check out, but we still have to pass Health to graduate in the State of Alabama. If you are in need of extra credit or you want your Grade higher in Health, I have some extra credit assignments for you to complete. These are current events that have happened in the the last 48 hours. You are not required to do any of them. You could do one, two, three, or none. We have gone over Reproduction & Development; therefore, I feel you could have an opinion about the last two articles. Our next unit is the disease unit. 
     
    Directions: 
    • Read the articles attached- you may research more articles or information about the article to gain more knowledge.
    • Write two paragraphs ( 5-7 sentences) about the article.
    • In the paragraphs, describe the article and state your opinion/thoughts/concerns about the article.
    15 extra bonus points will be given for each article completed.
    This is due Thursday, May 9th at the end of your block.
     
     
     

  • REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT

    Google Docs

    Chapter 8. Peer Relationships Pages: 192-211 Google Slides

    1. Define and know examples of priorities and self control.
    2. Know the difference between intimacy and infatuation.
    3. What are three negative consequences of teen sexual activity?
    4. How are harassment and manipulation different? Similar?
    5. Identify ways of resisting persuasive tactics regarding sexual involvement.
    6. What are the benefits of practicing abstinence?
    7. What effects can teen parenthood have on an individual mentally and socially?

    Chapter 16. Lesson 1: Endocrine System Pages: 442-445 Google Slides

    1. What are hormones?
    2. Why do the hormones FSH and LH have different effects in men and women?
    3. What are endocrine glands?
    4. What gland regulates and controls the activities of all other endocrine glands.
    5. What might happen if the adrenal glands stop regulating the body’s salt and water balance?

    Chapter 16.  Lessons 2-3: Male and Female Reproductive System Pages: 446-456 Male Notes

    1. The two main functions of the male reproductive system are to produce and store_____________
    2. The ______________________are two small glands that secrete testosterone and produce sperm.
    3. The testes are located in the ________________________________which is an external skin sac.
    4. The___________ is a tube-shaped organ that extends from the trunk of the body above the testes.
    5. List Pros and Cons of Circumcision:
    6. Explain the Vasectomy (Male Sterility) procedure.
    7. What are the pros and cons of a hysterectomy
    8. How might a man’s reproductive health concerns change at different periods of his life?
    9. What is the difference between semen and sperm?
    10.  What is the male sex hormone? What is the female sex hormone?  Female Notes
    11.  Distinguish between ova, ovaries, and ovulation.
    12.  What is the difference between menstrual cramps and PMS?
    13.  Why do blocked fallopian tubes often result in infertility?
    14.  Define Endometrium.
    15.  What is the function of the Uterus?
    16.  What is the second leading cause of death for women in the U.S? What type of preventive care can do done to help prevent this type of cancer?
    17.  Why is it important for females to conducts a breast exam after a menstrual period ends?
    18.  How can good hygiene help prevent toxic shock syndrome?

    Chapter 17. Lesson 1: Prenatal Development and Care Pages: 470-487  Prenatal Notes

    1.  Define Cell Division.
    2.  What is the difference between conception and implantation?
    3.  Describe In Vitro Fertilization.
    4.   Identify the difference between the chromosomes of a male and the chromosomes of a female?
    5.  What are Major changes that happen in each of the 3 trimesters?
    6.  Define amniotic sac, umbilical cord, and placenta.
    7.   Know the difference between a zygote, embryo, and a fetus.
    8.  What are the warning signs and treatment of gestational hypertension?
    9.  What is the role of prenatal care in protecting the health of the mother and the fetus?
    10.  What is the difference between identical and fraternal twins?
    11.  What are some of the risks that may occur if a pregnant female uses tobacco, alcohol or drugs during her pregnancy?
    12.  What would a pregnant female expect to find out after having an amniocentesis?
    13.  Define premature birth, miscarriage, stillbirth, and ectopic pregnancy.
    14.  What are the three steps in childbirth?
    15.  After birth, what are the two methods of feeding the baby? What are 3 pros and 3 cons of each?
    16.  Who is more likely to be diagnosed with scoliosis? What is scoliosis?
    17.  What are the 5 common human genetic disorders and what are the characteristics?
    18. Identify personal, financial, and legal responsibilities of parenthood.

    Chapter 18: The Life Cycle Continues Pages: 496-511

    1. What is the term for the development of certain traits of adults of your gender?
    2. What is the stage at which the physical body and all its organs are fully developed?

    3.What happens in the three stages of development during the adult years.


  • ANSWERS

    Google Docs

    CIrculatory

    Human Body WebQuest

    You are now beginning a study of the human body. It is important that we understand how our bodies work so that we will be able to take good care of them. Your body is covered by your largest organ and it’s supported from within by your foundation, your skeletal system! All of your body systems have to work together in order to keep you alive and well. You will be exploring the parts of your body by using web resources and answering the questions that correlate to the specific questions. You may use the resources on this page, or you may use search engines to find what you’re looking for.

    Muscular system http://www.healthline.com/human-body-maps/muscular-system#seoBlock

    http://www.factmonster.com/dk/science/encyclopedia/muscular-system.html

    1. What is the function/importance of the muscular system?
    2. What are the 3 types of muscles, describe each?
    3.  Muscle action can be voluntary or involuntary, explain what that means and give an example of each?

    Circulatory System http://www.texasheartinstitute.org/HIC/Anatomy/

    1. What is the primary function of the circulatory system?
    2. What are the main organs/parts involved in the circulatory system?
    3. What is blood made of, explain each?
    4. What is the function of the heart?
    5.  How many chambers does the heart have? 
    6. What are the three types of blood vessels, describe each?

    Respiratory System http://www.webmd.com/lung/how-we-breathe

    1. What is the primary function of the respiratory system?
    2. What is respiration?
    3. Describe how the following parts of the body aid in respiration:
      Nose, Pharynx, Larynx, Trachea, Bronchi, and Lungs. 
    4. How do you breathe? Include the rib muscles, Diaphragm and Cellular respiration.

    Digestive System http://www.webmd.com/heartburn-gerd/your-digestive-system

    1. What is the function of the digestive system?
    2. What are the main organs involved in the digestive system?
    3. What are the two types of digestion, describe each?
    4. What is peristalsis?
    5. What is the path food takes once it is put into the mouth?
    6. Where does the absorption of nutrients take place?

    Nervous System

    http://medicalcenter.osu.edu/patientcare/healthcare_services/nervous_system/about/Pages/index.aspx

    1. What is the central nervous system?
    2. What are the main organs/parts involved in the CNS?
    3. What is the Peripheral nervous system?
    4. What is an impulse?
    5. What is a synapse?
    6. What are the 3 parts of the brain and what is their job?

  • Google Doc Version

    Skeletal System Notes

    Skeletal System

    ·    Chapter 14 in the textbook. You may also use your device to find credible resources to help answer the following questions. You do not have to use the links provided.

    • Station 1: Use your headphones or the headphones provided and watch the “Skeletal Rap” and answer the following questions: Skeletal Rap
    1. How many bones were we given?

    2. Bones produce __________ inside their inner “tube”

    3. What does the Axial Skeletal System consist of?

    4. What does the Axial system protect and support?

    5. What function does the Appendicular system have?

    6. What does the Appendicular System consist of?

    7. What connect Bone to Bone?

    8. What connects Bones to Muscle Tissue?

    9. What joint only allows arms and legs to move back and forth?

    10. What joint lets our wrists move?

    11. Describe the Ball-and-Socket joint

    • Station 2: Go the websites below and define and draw the following bones.

    Inner Body

    Bones

    1. Clavicle Bone

    2. Body of Sternum

    3. Coccyx

    4. Patella

    5. Scapula

    • Station 3: Go the website below and search for the skeletal diseases.

      What are the 7 most common diseases of the skeletal system? Define them.

    Live Science

    • Station 4: Go to the website below.  What are Bones? Describe the following parts of the bone:

    Kids Health

    1. Periosteum
    2. Compact Bone
    3. SpongyBone
    4. Bone Marrow

  • Physical Fitness Projects

    Students will work in groups to complete ONE of the projects listed below. Each group ( 2-4 people) will only have to complete one topic. They will need to research the topic, make an educational video or PowerPoint or poster about their topic. They can do all three if they desire.

    • Any of the topics can be made into a video. Video has to be at least 5 minutes long. ALL students must participate in the project. You can do a poster or PowerPoint if you choose not to make a video. All group topics have to have educational and accurate information. All groups will present their presentations: The presentation time is at least 10 minutes for groups.
    • A student can choose to do this project alone and not present. If the student wants extra credit, he or she can do the project alone and present for extra credit. The extra credit depends on the quality of the project.

    Here are the topics to choose from:

    1. Create a chart that lists in one column problems and injuries that may result from physical activity or a specific sport and in the other column what to do when the injury occurs. This can be completed in a video, on poster board, or PowerPoint.
    2. Prepare a video that could be used to teach younger students about fitness safety and avoiding injuries. 5 minutes Ch. 12: Lesson 4
    3. Plan a personal activity program that would appeal to a male teen and another program that would appeal to a female teen in their local area. Have similarities and differences. This can be completed in a video, on poster board, or PowerPoint.
    4. What does it take to become a certified personal trainer and where in Enterprise a person can become certified? This can be completed in a video, on poster board, or PowerPoint.
    5. Draw five columns labeled “Cost, Location, Schedule, health, and Safety” Add examples and pictures of how each influence might affect your physical activity choices or a specific sport. This can be completed on poster board or PowerPoint.
    6. Prepare your own workout video (lifting weights or exercise video)

     Rubric

    Groups 2-4 must present for at least 10 minutes.

    Individuals can present for extra credit.

    Project, Presentation, and Physical Fitness Stations are due 
    Monday, April 15th

     


  • Chapter 12: Physical Fitness Stations

    Google Docs Version

    Station 1- Slow Burn Exercising

    • Read the article “The Slow Burn of Exercising” by Oregon Regenerative Medicine.

    Slow Moving Exercise

    1. Explain which elements of fitness might be improved by doing slow motion exercises.
    2. Does slow motion exercising improve cardiorespiratory endurance? Explain.

    Station 2- BMI Calculations

    • Read the entire page about BMI Calculations:

    Kids Health BMI

    • Calculate your BMI using

    NHLBI BMI

    • Assessment: Complete the following questions about BMI
    1. What does BMI use to calculate your body fat percentage?
    2. Are you happy with your current BMI? Why or why not?
    3. What percentile do you fall into for your BMI?
    4. What is the best way to determine your BMI?
    5. What is common for kid to do during puberty?
    6. How can a BMI sometimes fall short?

    Station 3- Target Heart Rate Calculations

    • Calculate your target heart by using the formula below.

    — To measure your heart rate, simply check your pulse. Place your index and third fingers on your neck to the side of your windpipe. To check your pulse at your wrist, place two fingers between the bone and the tendon over your radial artery — which is located on the thumb side of your wrist.

    When you feel your pulse, count the number of beats for one minute

    1. _________ Resting Heart Rate
    2. 220- Your age= Maximum Heart Rate
    3. Subtract your resting heart rate from your maximum heart rate

    ________Maximum heart rate - ________ resting heart rate

    1. _________ Answer from #3 multiply by .60 =__________
    2. _________ Answer from #3 multiply by .85 =__________
    3. _________ Answer from # 4 + Resting Heart Rate=_______
    4. _________Answer from # 5 + Resting Heart Rate=_______

    The results from #6 and #7 represent your target heart rate.

    Answer the following questions about Target Heart Rate

    1. Why would it be important for someone to know their target heart rate range?
    2. How could you use your target heart range to benefit your heart?
    3. What is a normal resting heart rate for adults?
    4. What is a normal resting heart rate for adolescents above age 10?
    5. What does a lower resting heart rate say about a person?

    Station 4- Getting your Z’s

    Sleep experts to teens: Please, get your zzz’s.

    • Read the article from CNN and write a 5 sentence summary on what you learned.

    CNN Sleep

    Station 5: Terminology & Catch Up

    • Make sure you know the following vocabulary terms:

    Cool-Down                                                          Isotonic Exercises

    Sedentary                                                            Isometric Exercises

    Specificity                                                            Isokinetic Exercises

    Resting Heart Rate                                               

    Physical Activity

    Anaerobic Exercise              

    Flexibility

    Overexertion                                                      Muscular Strength

    Strains

    Aerobic Exercise                                             

    F.I.T.T Principle

    Muscle Cramps                                                 

    Stages of a Workout

    Hypothermia                                                    

    Progression

    Frostbite                                                             

    Heat Stroke

    Sprains                                                                 

    Heat Exhaustion

    Muscular Endurance

    Overload                                                              

     

    If you know the vocabulary terms you can work on extra credit or complete make-up work

    Project, Presentation, and Physical Fitness Stations are due 

    Monday, April 15th






  • Health Final Exam Study Guide

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    Mental and Emotional Note Guide (Ch. 3-5)

    1. List the 5 different anxiety disorder.
    2. Explain the different mental health professionals and what they do along with treatments.
    3. Compare and Contrast anxiety and depression.
    4. List and define the stages of Grief.
    5. What are the 3 stages of your body’s response to stress?
    6. What are the characteristics of citizenship
    7. Define stigma.
    8. What are the three types of depression? Define each of them.
    9. What are the 5 types of impulse control disorders?
    10. What is a mental disorder?

                         

     

    11.  Lack of interest in or concern for things that others find moving or exciting

    A. Empathy

    12. The intellectual identification with or vicarious experiencing of the feelings, thoughts, or attitudes of another

    B.  Apathy

    13. The achievement of one’s full potential.

    C.  Self Actualization



    14. Severe neurological disorder characterized by facial and body tics accompanied by grunts and occasional obscenities.

    A. Multiple Personalities

    15.  Abnormal anxiety about one’s health

    B.  Hypochondria

    16. Behaviors and thoughts that make it difficult to get along with others.

    C. Tourettes

    17. A disorder that is characterized by the presence of two or more distinct and complex identities.

    D. Personality Disorder

     

    CPR/First AID/ AED Study Guide

    1. What are the 3 steps for responding to an emergency?
    2. Identify the steps in the chain of survival.
    3. A person who clutches his or her throat is most likely experiencing
    4. When you, Head tilt, Chin lift. Keep hand on forehead and under chin. You are
    5. When you LOOK AT THE CHEST to see if the chest rises. Hands are still on forehead andchin. You are checking for
    1. If a woman is pregnant, how would you assist that choking victim?
    2. What are the steps you should take in treating a nosebleed?
    3. What are 4 ways poison can enter the body? What actions should you take?
    4. What kind of wound may not cause heavy bleeding, but carries a high risk for infection
    5. Describe the procedure for treating a minor burn
    6.  What are the universal precautions?
    7. A powerful storm that generally forms in tropical areas, producing strong winds and heavy winds is called
    1. Earthquakes are most common in

     

    Tobacco Questions

    1. What are the two poisonous substances in tobacco smoke?
    2. Environmental tobacco smoke is another name for ________.
    3. What is the difference between mainstream smoke and sidestream smoke?
    4. What is the addictive drug in tobacco?
    5. A drug that increases the action of the central nervous system, the heart, and other organs is called?
    6. What can leukoplakia develop into?
    7. What are ways that tobacco harms the cardiovascular system?
    8. Short term risks of tobacco use
    9. Which is a strategy to keep you from becoming a tobacco user?
    10. Tobacco smoke contains some poisonous products such as
    11. What is the legal age limit to buy tobacco products in Alabama?

     

    Alcohol Questions

    1.  How does alcohol affect the 4 body systems?  (Digestive, CNS, Circulatory, Endocrine)
    2. What kind of substance is alcohol? Explain.
    3. Explain how alcohol acts as a depressant on the central nervous system.   
    4. What is blood alcohol concentration and what is the legal BAC for teen drivers?

     

    Drug Use and Abuse Quest

    1. What is medicine abuse? How does it differ from medicine misuse?
    2. What are the penalties and legal consequences of driving under the influence of any drug?
    3. How do the effects of steroids differ in males and females?          

     

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    Abstinence

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    Prenatal Development & Care

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    Study Guide Due: Friday, November 16th

    Body Systems Exam: Monday, November 26th.

     

    • We will review on Monday before the exam. You may use this study guide on the exam. No electronics may be used on the exam. The study guide will need to be printed out prior to class to be able to use it on the exam.

     

    Body Systems Study Guide

    Chapter 8: Peer Relationships

    1. Define and know examples of priorities and self control.
    2. Know the difference between intimacy and infatuation.
    3. What are three negative consequences of teen sexual activity?
    4. How are harassment and manipulation different? Similar?
    5. Identify ways of resisting persuasive tactics regarding sexual involvement.
    6. What are the benefits of practicing abstinence?

    7.What effects can teen parenthood have on an individual mentally and socially?

    Chapter 16.  Lessons 2-3: Male and Female Reproductive System.

    1. How might a man’s reproductive health concerns change at different periods of his life?
    2. What is the difference between semen and sperm?
    3.  What is the male sex hormone? What is the female sex hormone?
    4.  Distinguish between ova, ovaries, and ovulation.
    5.  What is the difference between menstrual cramps and PMS?
    6.  Why do blocked fallopian tubes often result in infertility?
    7.  Define Endometrium.
    8.  What is the function of the Uterus?
    9.  What is the second leading cause of death for women in the U.S? What type of preventive care can do done to help prevent this type of cancer?
    10.  Why is it important for females to conducts a breast exam after a menstrual period ends?
    11.  How can good hygiene help prevent toxic shock syndrome?

    Chapter 17. Lesson 1: Prenatal Development and Care

    1.  Define Cell Division.
    2.  What is the difference between conception and implantation?
    3.  Describe In Vitro Fertilization.
    4.   Identify the difference between the chromosomes of a male and the chromosomes of a female?
    5.  What are Major changes that happen in each of the 3 trimesters?
    6.  Define amniotic sac, umbilical cord, and placenta.
    7.   Know the difference between a zygote, embryo, and a fetus.
    8.  What are the warning signs and treatment of gestational hypertension?
    9.  What is the role of prenatal care in protecting the health of the mother and the fetus?
    10.  What is the difference between identical and fraternal twins?
    11.  What are some of the risks that may occur if a pregnant female uses tobacco, alcohol or drugs during her pregnancy?
    12.  What would a pregnant female expect to find out after having an amniocentesis?
    13.  Define premature birth, miscarriage, stillbirth, and ectopic pregnancy.
    14.  What are the three steps in childbirth?
    15.  After birth, what are the two methods of feeding the baby? What are 5 pros and 5 cons of each?
    16.  Who is more likely to be diagnosed with scoliosis? What is scoliosis?
    17.  What are the 5 common human genetic disorders and what are the characteristics?

    Matching: Match the definition with the term

    36. Male Gametes

        a. Sperm

    37. Female Gametes

        b. Fallopian Tubes

    38. Male Sex Hormone

        c. Eggs

    39. A pair of tubes with fingerlike projections that draw in the ovum

        d. Testosterone

    Short Answer:

    1.  What is the opening to the uterus called?
    2.  How many ova mature each month in a female reproductive system?
    3.  Identify a kind of cancer of the female that is linked to a sexually transmitted disease.
    4.  The inability to reproduce is called

    Chapter 13: Body Functions

    True/False: Indicate whether the statement is true or false.

    1. The dermis is the outer, thinner layer of the skin that you can see.
    2. Melanoma is a pigment in the skin.
    3. An oily secretion called sebum is produced by the dermis.
    4. The sclera is the tough white part of the eye.
    5. The auditory ossicle is made of 3 small bones that connect the eardrum to the inner ear.

    Short Answer:

    1. When you blink, tears move across the surface of the eyeball to
    2. The skin consists of two main layers: the__________________and the______________.
    3. The __________contains the __________ __________which helps skin from drying out.
    4. Cells in the _______________ make lipids which makes your body ________________.                      
    5. What are the functions of the skin?
    6. What four vitamins and minerals should you eat to keep your skin healthy?
    7. What is malocclusion?
    8. Vitiligo is.
    9. The ABCD’s of melanoma are
    10. ______________are caused by viruses and can be spread through direct physical contact.
    11. What is  a risk from overexposure to UV radiation?
    12. What is the order of the structure of the skin going from the inner body to the outer body?
    13. Define Tinnitus
    14. Dermatitis, or________________, is inflamed skin usually caused by an allergic reaction.
    15. Moles are usually harmless, but they can develop into __________, which can be deadly.
    16. Your eyes sit in bony sockets, called __________________, at the front of your skull.
    17. The _______ __________________________ secretes tears into the eye through ducts.
    18. A layer of ________cushions each eyeball inside its socket.
    19. __________can be caused by eating certain foods, poor oral hygiene, smoking, bacteria on the tongue, decayed teeth, and gum disease.
    20. ______damages the tooth by coating it, sealing out the saliva that normally protects the tooth from bacteria.
    21. The parts of the teeth from showing to inside the gums are
    22. The three types of the connective tissues are

    Chapter 14 & 15: Human Body Systems

    1. What connective tissue can act as a cushion between two bones or as a flexible structure for the body?

         29 All bones begin in the embryo as cartilage. Early in development, the cartilage hardens in a process called

    1. A _______ joint is a movable joint, with one bone that is rounded and fits within another bone.

    Matching: Match the definition with the term

    31. This type of blood carries waste and oxygen to through the body

        a. Platelets

    32. The fluid in which other parts of the blood are suspended

        b. White Blood Cells

    33. Types of cells that cause blood clots to form

        c. Red Blood Cells

    34.  These types of cells protect the body from infection

        d. Plasma