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PHYSICAL EDUCATION III
11th Grade
December 2006
PHYSICAL EDUCATION III
I. COURSE DESCRIPTION
Physical Education III is a course that will provide information to students regarding
fundamental concepts of physical fitness. Students will acquire knowledge about the
value and benefits of health-related physical activity in reducing risks for various disease
and physical conditions. Required components of this course are DDR (6 weeks), Fitness
testing (3 weeks), Swimming (3 weeks), and includes individual and team sports
aerobics, weight lifting, and lifetime/leisure sports.
II. COURSE OBJECTIVES/OUTLINE
A. DANCE, DANCE REVOLUTION (DDR)
The students will be able to:
1. Increase body awareness through rhythm and movement (2.5.12.A2).
2. Improve coordination, balance, precision, timing, and concentration (2.5.12.A3,
B2, B3).
3. Increase Cardiac Fitness level (2.6.12.A2, B2, C1, C2, C3, C4).
4. Feel comfortable while moving to music (2.5.12.A1, B1).
5. Increase range of motion (2.6.12.A1).
6. Use feedback from DDR console to detect, analyze, and correct errors in
movement skills and patterns used in applied settings (2.5.12.A2).
B. FITNESS
The students will be able to:
1. To become aware of the need for a fitness program and identify the components
(2.6.12.B1, C6).
2. Develop a program of exercise which is designed from a personal point of view
for the student and is an ongoing process designed for individual improvement and
maintenance of physical fitness (2.6.12.A3, B1, B2, C3).
3. To perform and analyze various activities relating to the fitness elements
(2.5.12.A1, A2, A3, B1, B3).
4. To use correct safety techniques when exercising and using exercise equipment
(2.5.12.D1, D2).
C. SWIMMING
The students will be able to:
1. Identify rules and regulations pertaining to the pool and areas surrounding it
(2.5.12.D2).
2. Demonstrate basic swim strokes and floating techniques on applied settings
(2.5.12.A2, B3).
3. Design and perform smooth flowing sequences with intentional changes in
direction, flow, and speed (2.5.12.A5).
4. Analyze a movement performance and discuss how each part can be made more
interesting, creative, efficient, and/or more effective (2.5.12.B1).
5. Apply and analyze the use of momentum, force, and torque to enhance or change
the performance of movement skills during physical activity (2.5.12.A3).
6. Engage in a variety of sustained, vigorous physical activities to enhance each
component of fitness (2.6.12.C1).
D. AEROBICS
The students will be able to:
1. Apply safety rules in Aerobics (2.5.12.D1, D2).
2. Analyze and apply movement concepts, biomechanical principles, and rhythm to
independently learn, assess, refine and combine movement skills used in physical
activities (2.5.12.A1, A2, A3, A5).
3. Apply the principles pf Physiology, Kinesiology, and Psychology to improve
personal performance on physical activity (2.5.12.B1, B2, B3).
4. Discuss the physical and psychological benefits derived for health-related fitness
(2.6.12.A1, A2, A3, B1, B2).
5. Design and evaluate a personal fitness plan, taking into consideration fitness,
health, and nutritional status, age, interests, and abilities, and discuss how the plan
may be adapted to injury, illness, or aging (2.6.12.C3, C4, C5).
6. Develop knowledge of the proper body position for performing basic movements
(2.5.12.A1, B4).
7. Combine movement skills in Aerobics to participate in physical activities and
lifetime pursuits leading to lifetime wellness (2.6.12.A1, A2, A3, A4, C1, C2, C3,
C4, C5, C6).
E. BADMINTON
The students will be able to:
1. A knowledge of the history, rules, game procedures, and the equipment used in
Badminton (2.5.12.C1, D1, D2).
2. An appreciation of Badminton as related to self-awareness, interpersonal
relationships and decision making (2.5.12.C1, D2, E1).
3. Develop a knowledge of the various skills involved in Badminton (2.5.12.A1,
A2, A.3, A4, A5, B1, B2, B3).
4. Combine movement skills in Badminton to participate in physical activities and
lifetime pursuits leading to lifetime wellness (2.6.12.A1, A2, A3, A4, C1, C2, C3,
C4, C5, C6).
5. Observe physical activities in Badminton and provide feedback to participants to
improve performance (2.6.12.C3).
6. Apply safety rules in Badminton (2.5.12.A1, A2, D1, D2).
7. Describe when, where, and how to use and adapt specific movement skills and
concepts in Badminton (2.5.12.A2, A3, B1, B2, B3).
8. Demonstrate positive work behaviors and ethics in a sportsmanship manner
while participating in Badminton (2.5.12.D1, D2).
9. Analyze and apply Badminton movement concepts and biomechanical principles
to independently learn, assess, refine, and combine movement skills used in
physical activities (2.5.12.A2, A3, A4, A5, B1, B2, B3).
10. Apply in Badminton the principles of physiology, kinesiology, and psychology
to improve personal performance in Badminton (2.5.12.B3).
11. Discuss in Badminton the physical and psychological benefits derived from
health-related fitness activities (2.6.12.A1, A2, A3, B1).
F. BASKETBALL
The students will be able to:
1. A knowledge of the history, rules, game procedures, and the equipment used in
Basketball (2.5.12.B4, D1, D2).
2. The fundamental skills and techniques used in Basketball (2.5.12.A1, A2, A3,
A4, A5, B1, B2, B3).
3. Develop cognitive awareness of the various movement skills in Basketball
(2.5.12.B1, B2, B3).
4. Apply safety rules in Basketball (2.5.12.D1, D2).
5. Demonstrate positive work behaviors and ethics in a sportsmanship like manner
in Basketball (2.5.12.D1, D2).
6. Develop skills using teamwork and cooperation in defensive and offensive
strategies in Basketball (2.5.12.C1, E1).
7. Discuss the physical and psychological benefits derived from Basketball
(2.6.12.A1, C1, C2, C4).
G. FOOTBALL, FLAG/TOUCH
The students will be able to:
1. To have a knowledge of the history, rules, and equipment used in Football
(2.5.12.B4, D1, D2).
2. To gain an appreciation of the activity as related to self-awareness, individual
and team play (2.5.12.C1).
3. To gain an appreciation of the career implications of the subject matter and its
implication for leisure preferences (2.5.12.D1).
4. To develop basic movement skills needed to play in a game (2.5.12.A1, A2, A3,
A4, A5, B2).
5. To understand game procedures and strategies (2.5.12.C1).
6. Apply safety rules for Touch/Flag Football (2.5.12.D1, D2).
7. Demonstrate positive work behaviors and ethics in a sportsmanship like manner
(2.5.12.C1, D1, D2).
H. GOLF
The students will be able to:
1. A knowledge of the history, rules, and equipment of Golf (2.5.12.B4, D2).
2. Learn, assess, and refine the basic skills needed to play the game successfully
(2.5.12.B3, D1).
3. Develop a knowledge of the various movement skills involved in Golf
(2.5.12.A1, A3, A5, B2, B3).
4. Combine movement skills to participate in physical activities and lifetime
pursuits (2.5.12.B3).
5. Observe physical activities and provide feedback to participant to improve
performance (2.5.12.B1).
6. Apply safety rules in Golf (2.5.12.D1, D2).
7. Appreciate the psychological and health related benefits of the game in
promoting wellness (2.6.12.B1).
8. Demonstrate positive work behaviors and ethics in a sportsmanship like manner
(2.5.12.D1, D2).
I. JOGGING
The students will be able to:
1. Apply movement skills to walking and running in jogging (2.5.12.A1, A2, A3,
A5, B1, B2, B3).
2. To analyze movement skills in running, stretching, and fitness to improve
performance in Jogging (2.6.12.A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, C1, C2, C3, C5, C6).
3. To compare and contrast effective, safe and healthy movement mechanics using
current scientific information while Jogging (2.6.12.A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3).
4. To discuss the physical benefits derived from fitness activities in Jogging
(2.6.12.A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C1, C2, C3, C4, C6).
5. To discuss how sports’ injuries in Jogging can be prevented through fitness
training (2.6.12.C5).
6. To participate in health related fitness activities in Jogging (2.6.12.B1, C1, C2,
C3, C5).
7. To develop a knowledge to reduce injury and increase safety awareness while
Jogging (2.6.12.A1, A2, A3, A4, B1, C3, C6).
8. To apply safety rules of Jogging (2.6.12.A4, B3, C3, C5, C6).
9. To develop a personal fitness goal to improve jogging performance (2.6.12.A2,
A4, B1, B2, C3, C5, C6).
J. POWER WALKING
The students will able to:
1. Analyze movement skills in running, stretching, and lifting to improve
performance (2.6.12.B2).
2. Develop knowledge to reduce injury and increase safety, self-awareness,
interpersonal skills and well being in a lifetime activity (2.6.12.B1).
3. Develop a personal fitness plan using Power Walking as an activity (2.6.12.B1,
C2, C3, C6).
4. Discuss the physical benefits derived from fitness activities (2.6.12.A1, C6).
5. Compare and contrast effective, safe, and healthy movement mechanics using
current scientific information (2.6.12.A3, B3, C3).
K. PROJECT ADVENTURE III
The students will be able to:
1. To provide group initiatives and problem solving tasks in order to improve
communication and listening skills and discuss their effectiveness (2.2.12.A4).
2. The ability to work cooperatively toward the attainment of group and individual
goals through the use of decision making skills (2.2.12.B1).
3. Discuss how ethics and personal values effect decisions being made by the group
(2.2.12.B4, D1, D2, D3).
4. Evaluate a group’s ability to be respectful, supportive, and adherent to the codes
of conduct during debriefing session at the end of the class (2.2.12.E3, E4, E5).
5. During the debriefing session the class will assess and evaluate personal and
group contributions and strengths that lead to the achievement of goals and tasks
(2.2.12.E1, E2).
6. To observe and evaluate the belaying techniques of a group member in order to
detect, analyze, and correct any errors in the belaying process (2.5.12.A2, C1, D1).
7. Improve self confidence in individual and group challenges (2.1.12.F2).
8. To develop trust amongst their peers through different activities in order to
reduce the incidence of injuries and evaluate their effectiveness (2.1.12.E2).
L. SOCCER
The student will be able to:
1. A knowledge of the history, rules, and equipment used in Soccer (2.5.9).
2. Techniques and skills necessary for effective individual and team play (2.5.1-
2.5.6, 10, 11).
3. An appreciation of Soccer as a team sport and the degree to which it is played
throughout the country and the world.
4. Develop a knowledge of the various movement skills involved in Soccer (2.5.4,
6, 10, 11).
5. An appreciation of the career implications of Soccer and its implication for
leisure preferences (2.5.4-2.5.6).
6. Apply safety rules of Soccer (2.5.12.D2).
7. Discuss the physical and psychological benefits derived from Soccer in
preventing sports related injuries (2.6.10, 11).
8. Team skills using team work and cooperation in defense and defensive strategy
and offense and offensive strategy (2.5.9).
M. SOFTBALL
The students will be able to:
1. To have a knowledge of the history, rules, and equipment used in Softball
(2.5.12.B4, D2).
2. To be able to demonstrate the proper techniques and fundamental skills which
are of value in the physical education class and recreational play (2.5.12.A1, A3,
A4, B1, B2, B3).
3. To have an appreciation of the game for both the player and spectator, with
emphasis placed upon team play and sportsmanship (2.5.12.D1).
4. An appreciation of the activity as related to self-awareness, interpersonal
relationships, and decision making (2.5.12.D1).
5. Team skills using team work and cooperation in defense and defensive strategy
and offense and offensive strategy (2.5.12.C1).
6. Apply safety rules for Softball (2.5.12.D2).
7. Increase the level of agility and physical coordination (2.5.12.A1).
8. Increase joy in one’s physical sense and in being with others (2.5.12.D1).
9. To analyze the impact of kinesthetic awareness “perfect” practice, motivation,
and appropriate challenges facilitating the learning and refinement of a movement
skill (2.5.12.B3).
N. TEAM HANDBALL
The students will be able to:
1. To promote fitness through an activity, endurance producing sport (2.6.12.C1).
2. To teach an active game which can be played indoors as well as outdoors.
3. To learn strategies of team play (2.5.12.C1).
4. To appreciate the activity as related to self-awareness, interpersonal
relationships, and decision making.
5. A knowledge of the history, rules, game procedures, and equipment used in
Team Handball (2.5.12.D1, D2).
6. The fundamental skills and techniques used in Team Handball (2.5.12.B1, B2,
B3, B4).
7. Analyze situations and conditions that will impact the safety and selected
appropriate skills to handle each. (2.5.12.D1).
8. Develop knowledge of the various movement skills involved in Team Handball
(2.5.12.A1, A3, B1).
9. Analyze cooperative and competitive activities in Team Handball and develop
strategies to improve conditions of gain advantage (2.5.12.D1).
10. Demonstrate positive work behaviors and ethics in a sportsmanship like manner
(2.5.9).
O. ULTIMATE FRISBEE
The students will be able to:
1. To have a knowledge of the history, rules, and equipment used in Ultimate
Frisbee (2.5.12.D1).
2. The fundamental skills and techniques of Ultimate Frisbee (2.5. 12. A1, A4, A5,
B1, D1).
3. An appreciation of Ultimate Frisbee as related to self-awareness, interpersonal
relationships, and decision making (2.5.12.C1, D1).
4. Develop knowledge of the various movement skills involved in Ultimate Frisbee
(2.5.12.A1, A2, A3, A4, A5).
5. Demonstrate positive work behaviors and ethics in a sportsmanship like manner
(2.5.12.C1, D1, D2, E1).
6. Apply safety rules for Ultimate Frisbee (2.5.12.D1, D2, 2.6.12.B1).
P. VOLLEYBALL
The students will be able to:
1. To have a knowledge of the history and rules of Volleyball (2.5.12.B4, E1).
2. To be able to describe and demonstrate the fundamental skills, techniques and
strategies needed in Volleyball (2.5.12.A1, A3, A5, C1).
3. An appreciation of the game with special emphasis on team play and
sportsmanship (2.5.12.C1, D1).
4. To have an appreciation of the game as related to self-awareness, interpersonal
relationships and decision making (2.5.12.A2, B3, C1, 2.2 B1).
5. To appreciate the recreational and carryover values of Volleyball (2.5.12.A4,
B4).
6. Develop knowledge of the various movement skills involved in Volleyball
(2.5.12.A2, A3, A4, A5).
7. Develop knowledge of various concepts involved in Volleyball (2.5.12.B1, B2,
B4).
Q. WEIGHT TRAINING
The students will be able to:
1. Be aware of systemic and intelligent applications of modern weight training
techniques (2.5.12.A1, A2).
2. Develop a base understanding of various weight training exercises (2.6.12.B1,
B2).
3. Develop a base understanding of human anatomy and physiology.
4. Develop a base understanding of correct weight training exercises and the
correct application of such exercises to enhance specific development of the human
anatomy (2.6.12.B1, B2, C2).
5. Understand the different types of weight training regimes (2.6.12.B1, B2, C1,
C2, C5).
6. Understand the correct formula to improve on a personal level using any specific
weight training method (2.6.12.B1, B2, C1, C2, C5).
7. Use correct lifting techniques, body form, safety, spotting, and care of
equipment to gain maximum results with maximum safety (2.1.E1, E2, 2.5.12.A1,
2.6.12.A3).
8. Develop an understanding of the skills of weight training to apply the skills as a
means for attaining and maintaining physical fitness as it relates to recreational
activity and competitive sports (2.5.12.A3, A4).
9. Develop an appreciation of the activity as it relates to self-awareness and
decision making (2.1.A3).
10. Develop an appreciation of the activity as related to one’s overall physical well-
being (2.6.12.C3, C5, C6).
III. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
Various teaching methods used in these courses. Instruction will be given using
handouts, participation in activities, performance of dance steps, evaluation of
specific skills related to group initiatives, trust activities, and high rope course
performance, swim strokes and floating techniques, modeling movement of the
instructor. Group activities and cooperating learning may be used. Classroom
demonstrations will be included. Board approved videos may be used.
IV. EVALUATION
Students are evaluated using the following criteria:
1. Class participation 75%
2. Skills/Written test 25%
V. SCOPE AND SEQUENCE CHART
KEY I= INTRODUCED
D= DEVELOPED IN DEPTH
R= REINFORCED
SKILL TO BE LEARNED 9 10 11 12
Demonstrate correct form & control when combining & modifying movement skills in applied settings IDR IDR IDR IDR
Use feedback from internal & external sources to detect, analyze, and correct errors in movement
skills and patterns used in applied settings. IDR IDR IDR IDR
Apply & analyze the use of momentum, force, and torque to enhance or change the performance of
movement skills during physical activity IDR IDR IDR IDR
Transfer specialized movement skills that use similar patterns from one movement activity to
another. IDR IDR IDR IDR
Design & perform smooth flowing sequences with intentional changes in direction, flow, and speed IDR IDR IDR IDR
Analyze a movement performance and discuss how each part can be made more interesting,
creative, efficient, and/or effective IDR IDR IDR IDR
Predict changes in movement performance based on the application of balance, counter balance,
weight transfer, and agility IDR IDR IDR IDR
Analyze the impact o kinesthetic awareness, "perfect" practice, motivation, & appropriate challenges
in facilitating the learning and refinement of a movement skill IDR IDR IDR IDR
Analyze how movement activities reflect culture, era, geography, or historical context IDR IDR IDR IDR
Demonstrate & assess tactile understanding by using appropriate & effective offensive, defensive,
and cooperative strategies IDR IDR IDR IDR
Analyze the role, responsibilities, & preparation of players, officials, trainers, & other participants &
recommend strategies to improve their behavior IDR IDR IDR IDR
Investigate the impact of rules & regulations on the health and safety of participants IDR IDR IDR IDR
Compare, contrast, and apply sport psychology techniques to mentally prepare for physical activity IDR IDR IDR IDR
Predict the short & long-term physical, social, & emotional benefits & potential problems associated
with regular physical activity IDR IDR IDR IDR
Summarize the causes, influences, and responses of body systems during exercise IDR IDR IDR IDR
Describe how preventive healthcare, physiological monitoring, hydration, a safe environment, &
exercising with a partner contribute to safe fitness activities IDR IDR IDR IDR
Evaluate the role of genetics, gender, age, nutrition, activity level, & exercise type on body
composition IDR IDR IDR IDR
Develop & implement a training program to maximize health benefits & prevent exercise-related
injuries & illnesses IDR IDR IDR IDR
Apply training principles to establish a progression of activity that will improve each component of
fitness & justify the use of each principle IDR IDR IDR IDR
Compare & contrast the use of drugs, fitness products, and fads to achieve fitness IDR IDR IDR IDR
Engage in a variety of sustained, vigorous physical activities to enhance each component of fitness IDR IDR IDR IDR
Perform at the intensity level needed to enhance cardiovascular fitness, monitor physiological
responses before, during, and after exercise, & modify exercise appropriately in response IDR IDR IDR IDR
Assess personal level fitness, design a personal fitness plan considering current health & fitness
status, goals & interests, skill level, accessibility & costs, & use technology to implement, monitor, &
evaluate the plan IDR IDR IDR IDR
Demonstrate age & gender-specific progress towards the achievement of fitness goals for each
component of health-related & skill-related fitness IDR IDR IDR IDR
Modify a fitness plan to accommodate for injury, illness, pregnancy, aging, & disability IDR IDR IDR IDR
Discuss the use of body mass index, body fat percentage, & fat deposition as measures of fitness IDR IDR IDR IDR
Physical Education III
I. COURSE OVERVIEW
Physical Education III is a course that will provide information to students regarding
fundamental concepts of physical fitness. Students will acquire knowledge about the
value and benefits of health-related physical activity in reducing risks for various disease
and physical conditions. Required components of this course are DDR (6 weeks), Fitness
testing (3 weeks), and may include individual and team sports aerobics, weight lifting,
and lifetime/leisure sports.
II. PROFICIENCIES
Upon successful completion of the requirements for this course the students will be able
to:
1. Increase range of motion
2. Use feedback from DDR console to detect, analyze, and correct errors in
movement skills and patterns used in applied settings
3. Develop a program of exercise which is designed from a personal point of view for the
student and is an ongoing process designed for individual improvement and
maintenance of physical fitness
4. To perform and analyze various activities relating to the fitness elements
5. Analyze a movement performance and discuss how each part can be made more
interesting, creative, efficient, and/or more effective
6. Apply and analyze the use of momentum, force, and torque to enhance or change the
performance of movement skills during physical activity
7. Engage in a variety of sustained, vigorous physical activities to enhance each
component of fitness
8. Demonstrate positive work behaviors and ethics in a sportsmanship like manner
9. Combine movement skills to participate in physical activities and lifetime pursuits
10. Observe physical activities and provide feedback to participant to improve
performance
11. Discuss the physical benefits derived from fitness activities
12. Compare and contrast effective, safe, and healthy movement mechanics using current
scientific information
13. To have an appreciation of the game for both the player and spectator, with emphasis
placed upon team play and sportsmanship
14. An appreciation of the activity as related to self-awareness, interpersonal
relationships, and decision making
HEALTH III
11th Grade
August 2006
HEALTH III
I. COURSE DESCRIPTION
Health III covers topics in mental health/personality, drugs and alcohol, reproduction,
pregnancy and childbirth, birth control and sexually transmitted infections. In this course
students will learn how to get along with others, develop skills necessary for living a
rewarding adult life, resolve conflicts without violence, and manage their business affairs
effectively.
II. COURSE OBJECTIVES/OUTLINE
A. MENTAL HEALTH/PERSONALITY
The students will be able to:
1. Learn how to get along with others. (2.2.12A3, 2.2.12A4)
2. Develop skills necessary for living a rewarding adult life. (2.2.12A, 2.2.12B,
2.2.12C, 2.2.12D, 2.2.12E)
3. Resolve conflicts without violence. (2.2.12A4, 2.2.12F3)
4. Manage business affairs effectively. (2.2.12B1, 2.2.12C1, 2.2.12E)
B. DRUGS & ALCOHOL
The students will be able to:
1. Discuss various types of tobacco products and the negative effects of each
product. (2.3.12B1, 2.3.12B2)
2. Discuss and describe alcohol’s effect on the human body systems. (2.3.12B3)
3. Discuss how groups of drugs such as inhalants, depressants, hallucinogens,
stimulants, narcotics, and designer drugs effect the body systems. (2.3.12B4)
4. Discuss how the use of alcohol and other drugs impairs judgment, coordination,
behavior, and memory. (2.3.12B4)
C. REPRODUCTION
The students will be able to:
1. Identify and describe the male and female reproductive system. (2.2.12B1)
2. Describe conception and fertilization and what causes these to occur.
(2.4.12C1)
D. PREGNANCY/CHILDBIRTH
The student will be able to:
1. Discuss embryonic and fetal development. (2.4.12C1)
2. Describe the stages of labor and childbirth. (2.4.12C2)
3. Analyze the physical and emotional changes that occur during each trimester.
(2.4.12C3)
4. Describe different pregnancy options. (2.4.12C4)
5. Discuss the relationship between prenatal exposure to alcohol, tobacco, and
other drugs to the incidence of fetal alcohol syndrome, sudden infant death
syndrome, low birth weight, and disabilities. (2.4.12C6)
E. BIRTH CONTROL/CONTRACEPTION
The student will be able to:
1. Analyze factors that influence the choice, use, and effectiveness of
contraception. (2.4.12B3)
2. Discuss abstinence as a form of Birth Control. (2.4.12B1)
F. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES/SEXUALLY
TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
The student will be able to:
1. Discuss various forms of STD’s/STI’s and their effects on the body. (2.4.12B2)
2. Discuss how to prevent the spread of STD’s/STI’s. (2.4.12B1, 2.4.12B3)
III. TEXTBOOKS AND INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
Glencoe Health, Bronson, Merki; Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, New York, New York 2006.
IV. INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
Various teaching methods are used in this course. Instruction will be given using
prepared worksheets, class notes, and exercises from the book. Group activities and
cooperative learning may be used. Classroom demonstrations will be included. Board
approved videos may be observed. Various topics may be covered by approved speakers.
V. EVALUTAION
Students are evaluated using the following criteria:
1. Class Participation
2. Attendance
3. Periodic Tests and Quizzes
4. Homework
5. Projects
6. Class Assignments
VI. SCOPE AND SEQUENCE CHART
KEY I = INTRODUCED
D = DEVELOPED IN DEPTH
R = REINFORCED
SKILL TO BE LEARNED 9 10 11 12
Gain an understanding of Human Sexuality IDR IDR IDR IDR
Gain a working knowledge of sexually transmitted diseases IDR IDR IDR IDR
Understand the methods of STD/STI transmission IDR IDR IDR IDR
Gain knowledge to identify the signs and symptoms of HIV/AIDS and IDR IDR IDR IRD
transmission of it
Gain knowledge of the nutritional aspects of human consumption IDR IDR IDR IDR
Understand the relationship between First Aid and the value of First Aid IDR IDR IDR IDR
training
Gain the knowledge and background to make intelligent decisions IDR IDR IDR IDR
regarding the use and abuse of controlled substances.
Gain a positive attitude toward attaining a driver’s license and registering IDR IDR IDR IDR
a motor vehicle
Gain an understanding of the driving privilege and insurance IDR IDR IDR IDR
Understand traffic control devices IDR IDR IDR IDR
Gain knowledge of basic driving safety rules IDR IDR IDR IDR
Gain respect for driving rules and regulations IDR IDR IDR IDR
Understand the responsibility of defensive driving IDR IDR IDR IDR
Gain knowledge to better handle driving emergencies IDR IDR IDR IDR
Gain the understanding to avoid and report accidents IDR IDR IDR IDR
Understand the consequences of drinking and driving IDR IDR IDR IDR
Gain an understanding of family life skills necessary for living a rewarding IDR IDR IDR IDR
adult life
Gain the knowledge to distinguish between inherited and acquire IDR IDR IDR IDR
characteristics.
Gain the knowledge of human reproduction IDR IDR IDR IDR
Gain the knowledge of pregnancy and childbirth IDR IDR IDR IDR
Gain the knowledge of contraceptives IDR IDR IDR IDR
Gain the knowledge of health insurance, medical insurance, and different IDR IDR IDR IDR
types of medical doctors.
Gain an understanding of the food groups IDR IDR IDR IDR
HEALTH III 11TH GRADE COURSE PROFICIENCES
I. COURSE OVERVIEW
Health III covers topics in mental health/personality, drugs & alcohol,
reproduction, pregnancy & childbirth, birth control and sexually transmitted
infections. In this course students learn how to get along with others, develop
skills necessary for living a rewarding adult life, resolve conflicts without
violence, and manage their business affairs effectively.
II. PROFICIENCIES
Upon successful completion of the requirements of this course students will
be able to:
A. Demonstrate an understanding of family life skills necessary for living a
rewarding adult life.
B. Demonstrate comprehension of the knowledge, common sense and
background necessary for making intelligent decisions regarding the use
and abuse of controlled substances.
C. Demonstrate a working knowledge of and background of Sexually
Transmitted Diseases/Infections and their method of transmission.
D. Distinguish and identify the signs, symptoms and transmission of AIDS.
E. Distinguish between the slum of all inherited and acquired characteristics.


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