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Welcome to your school year 2015-2016.  I'm Mrs. Huffman, and this is my 26th year to teach at Seymour High School.  I have the best job in the world, and I am privileged to be your teacher.  I'm in Room 401, on white days only.  Please feel free to email me at any time using the link on the right side of the page.  A link also appears to the Indiana Department of Education's website with lots of information about education in Indiana, including Standards for what we teach in public schools.  I welcome all emails from students and from parents.  Also, students and parents are invited to use the STI Home link at the right to monitor grades.
 
 
Fall Semester 2015
HEALTH AND WELLNESS UNITS
+Foundations of Health-Unit 1
+Mental & Emotional Health-Unit 2
+Nutrition & Healthy Habits-Unit 3
+First Aid, CPR & Body Systems-Unit 4
+Healthy Relationships-Unit 5 
+Drugs, Alcohol, & Violence Prevention-Unit 6
+Human Growth & Development-Unit 7
+Diseases & Disorders-Unit 8

Guest Speakers include:
1. Sarah Richardson-AHEC Outreach Coordinator from Hoosier Uplands Economic Development (Health Careers)
2. Charlotte Moss-Turning Point (Domestic Violence)
3. Tracey Pike/Nancy Carrithers/Christie Shaw-Pregnancy Care Center
4. 
Sherry Reinhart-Breast/Testicular Cancer, Indiana Organ Donor
 
Week 1 August 10-14, 2015
 Friday 8/11 White, Day 1 and Jan. 6 2016

OBJECTIVES:
+Course introduction & outline. 
+Introduction & review of classroom rules & procedures. 
+Assign textbooks. Read Chapter 1. 
+Complete the Social Health Intro Interview assignment
  

ASSIGNMENT:
+ Peer Health Interview Article (see powerpoint below)
Attachments
Friday, 8-15 White (2) an Jan. 8, 2016
 HW 1.1, 1.2, 6.1, 6.2 
Class Topic/Chapter: Foundations of Health - Chapter 1 & 2

CLASS OBJECTIVES:
-Complete the following Bell Writing Task:  What does the term "Health" mean?  Beside your response, list some characteristics of a person that you consider to be healthy. 
-Cover Chapter 1: Foundations of Your Health" (See Presentation File Below)
          -What are the elements of health and how are they  interconnected with one another?
          -
List and explain the various factors that influence your current level of health.
          -What is wellness and how might a person work towards achieving it?

-Complete the Personal Health Triangle Evaluation
-Assign Chapter 1 Review pgs. 28-30 #'s 1-33

ASSIGNMENT(S):
-Read Chapter 2
-
HOMEWORK: pgs. 28-30  (#'s 1-33)

Attachments
Week 2, August 17-21, 2015
Thursday 8/17 White (3) and Jan. 12, 2016
 HW 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.7, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7 
ASSIGNMENT DUE:
-Chapter 1 Review Questions pg. 28 #s 1-33

CLASS OBJECTIVES:
+"Foundation of Health" review and practice quiz
+Peer Work Groups - Complete the Chapter 2: Building Health Skills Task sheets in your peer work groups.  (Task sheets are attached below)
+"Elements of Health" Diagrams - Students will develop their own unique "Elements of Health" diagram that displays the interconnectedness of the 3 elements and explain how they are each connected and balanced.  Beside your diagram, use 1 paragraph to explain how they are interconnected and can influence one another.
 

ASSIGNMENT:
+Complete the Elements of Health assigment outlined above
+Complete the Health Skills Task sheets outlined above
*QUIZ NEXT CLASS MEETING OVER CHAPTERS 1 & 2
 
Attachments
Title
Wednesday 8/19 White (4) and Jan. 14, 2016
 HW 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.7, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7 
+DUE: Chapter 2 worksheets
+QUIZ: CHAPTERS 1, 2
+ Class Topic/Chapter: Achieving Mental & Emotional Health-Chapter 3
+Mental/Emotional Health Learning Stations. Students will complete the 8 different learning stations and complete each specific task using the content from Chapter 3.
*Station 1: Make a list of the 6 basic emotions discussed in Chapter 3. Beside each emotion, list one way that a person could express that emotion.
*Station 2: Refer to the 6 basic emotions that you listed at station 1. Beside these emotions, you will now list one situation that could cause a person to experience that emotion.
*Station 3: Sketch your own version of "Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs Pyramid" and fill in the names of the five different levels.
*Station 4: In your own words, describe what the following terms mean: self-actualization, personality, constructive criticism
*Station 5: Suppression is when a person will hold back or restrain their feelings. Many people do this because they don't want others to see when they are going through certain emotions. Do you think that suppressing your emotions is a good or bad thing? Explain why.
*Station 6: Guilt is an emotion that occurs from acting against one's values or from failing to act when action might have brought about a better outcome. Explain how feelings of guilt might lead to positive results.
*Station 7: Defense mechanisms are mental processes that protect individuals from strong or stressful emotions and situations. Using page 81 in your textbook, list and explain 3 common defense mechanisms.
*Station 8: Identify a positive role model in your life. Explain the qualities and characteristics that make her or him a positive role model.
+Complete Mental/Emotional Terminology Puzzle
+Read Chapter 3
Attachments
Friday 8/21 White (5) and Jan. 18, 2016
 HW 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 3.4 
+DUE: Mental/Emotional Health Vocab Puzzle (Chapter 3) Assignment # 11

Start Off Right, Assignment # 12
If you had more time, what 3 things would you like to accomplish?  Prioritize please!

Class Topic/Chapter: Mental Health & Stress Management - Chapter 4
OBJECTIVES:
+Review Chapter 3 "Mental/Emotional Health"
+Complete the "Time Management Chart" and evaluate how your time is spent throughout a typical week.  (See Attachment Below)
+Introduce/discuss stress and the effects it has on our health.
  
+View the mental health video clip "Obsessed" and explore some of the most common mental disorders.

In the "Obsessed" clip the students will view two unique individuals (both suffering from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder).  Behavior therapy/management is utilized in the clip to demonstrate how these disorders can be controlled and potentially overcome.  Both individuals are having obsessions about behaviors that would otherwise be viewed as healthy habits (handwashing and excessive exercise).

+Upon completion of the video clip, use the Chapter 4 GR worksheet (attached below) to answer the questions about stress and anxiety.
 

ASSIGNMENT(S):
+In class: Complete the Time Management Chart
+Homework: Complete the Chapter 4 GR question sheet
Attachments
Week 3, August 24-28, 2015
Tuesday 8/25 White (6) and Jan. 22, 2016
 HW 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 3.4 
DUE:Chapter 4 GR Question sheet will be collected next class meeting so that you have those questions to help review for Unit Test 1.

Class Topic/Chapter: 
Mental Illnesses/Disorders - Chapter 5

OBJECTIVES:
+Review lesson 3 and 4.
*REMINDER-Unit 1 Test Day will be next meeting and will include content from Chapters 3, 4, & 5.
+Complete the Chapter 5- Mental/Emotional Problems Lesson PPT (attached below) 
+Create a Foldable Notes Book (5 tabs.  See Chapter 5 PPT for details) over the Chapter 5 content.
+Students will fill in lesson details on their foldable notes books as the lesson is discussed.  

ASSIGNMENT(S):
+In Class - Complete the Chapter 5 foldable notes book
+
In Class - Answer the "Obsessed" reflection questions
+
Homework - Review Chapters 3, 4, 5 for unit test next class meeting
EXAM 1 WILL BE NEXT CLASS MEETING
Attachments
Thursday 8/27 White (7) and Jan. 26, 2016
 HW 7.1, 7.2, 
ASSIGNMENTS DUE


CLASS TOPICS/CHAPTERS:
+Unit Test over Chapters 3, 4, & 5

OBJECTIVES:
+Peer review Chapters 3, 4, & 5 notes for Mental/Emotional Health Test
+Turn in the Chapter 4 Guided Reading Questions
+Take Mental/Emotional Unit Test (3, 4, 5)
+Complete the Nutrition & Healthy Habits Unit intro vocabulary visualization task by selecting any 15 terms from Chapters 10 & 11. Beside each term, you will write a definition in your own words and create a sketch/picture that represents that particular vocab term. 

ASSIGNMENTS:
+
Unit Test - In Class
+Vocab Visuals - In Class/Homework

WEEK 4 - Aug 31-Sept 4, 2015
Monday 8/31 White (8) and Jan. 28, 2016
 HW 1.7, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.5, 2.8, 4.1, 5.6, 5.7, 6.1, 6.4, 7.1, 7.2 
ASSIGNMENTS DUE:
 
+Nutrition Vocab Visuals



Start-Off Write:
Make a hot-dog fold in a piece of paper.  In the left column, list 3 favorite foods-leave some space between them, please.  In the right column and beside the food, write the "cue" you associate with consuming that food. For example, it may a traditional holiday food for your family.


OBJECTIVES:
+"Nutrition During the Teen Years" Unit Intro 
+Complete the Nutrition During the Teen Years and Advertising Lesson - Reference Chapter 10 (See Attachment below)
+Homework Assignment: Read lesson 3 from Chapter 10 (beginning on page 266).  Answer the lesson review questions 1-5 on page 273. 

ASSIGNMENT(S):
+Read Lesson 10.3 (beginning on page 266) and answer the lesson review questions 1-5 on page 273.  (Homework)

Attachments
Attachments
Wednesday 9/2 White (9) and Feb. 1, 2016
 HW 7.2, 7.3, 8.2, 8.4 
ASSIGNMENT DUE:
+Lesson 10.3 Review Questions pg. 273 (1-5)

CLASS TOPIC/CHAPTER(S):
Essential nutrients and how they affect the human body - Chapter 10

OBJECTIVES:
+Nutrition for Teens Review
+6 Essential Nutrients Lesson
+Create an Essential Nutrient Brochure by following the project outline attached below




Nutrient Project Learning Objectives 
+Describe the functions of the six basic nutrients in maintaining health.
+Demonstrate knowledge of nutrients in a variety of foods.
+Analyze the relationship among good nutrition, health promotion, and disease prevention.


ASSIGNMENT(S):
+
Create the 6 Essential Nutrient Brochure (In class)
+
Complete the Vegetarianism Worksheet (Homework)
+
Complete the Chapter 10 Review Questions pg. 284-285 #s 1-26 (Homework
)
Attachments
Friday, 9/4 White (10) and Feb. 3, 2016
 HW 1.1, 1.2, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4 
ASSIGNMENT(S) DUE:
+6 Essential Nutrient Brochure (If not finished during class time)
+
Chapter 10 Review Questions (pgs. 284-285, 1-26)
OBJECTIVES:
+Complete Energy Needs worksheet
+
View the "Reading Food Labels" Handout and answer the sample questions on the food label worksheet (attachments below).
+Complete the "Reading Food Labels" Worksheet (Homework).

  Students that completed the 6 Essential Nutrient Brochure Project will be able to utilize it as a resource on the test.


ASSIGNMENT(S):
+Reading Food Labels Worksheet
+Complete Chapter 11 Review Questions pg. 312 #s 1-29 (Homework)
Attachments
September 7, 2015






Week 5, September 8-11, 2015
Wednesday 9/9 White (11) and Feb 5, 2016
HW 1.1, 1.2, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4 

ASSIGNMENT(S) DUE:
+Chapter 11 Review, questions 1-29

Class Topic/Chapter(s):
Body Image & Self-Esteem - Chapter 11


Objectives:
+Start-off Write - Brainstorm and list 5 different behaviors/actions that people attempt in order to make themselves more culturally "beautiful." What are some of the potential health effects for these actions (positive or negative)?
+Healthy Habits & Body Image Lesson Powerpoint (see attachment below)
+Analyze individual BMI & Body Composition
+Complete the Chapter 11 review questions


Assignment(s):
+Determine & analyze BMI & Body Composition (In class)
+Chapter 12 Guided Reading worksheet
Attachments
Friday 9/11 White (12) and February 9, 2016

HW 2.1, 2.6, 4.1, 5.1, 5.2, 5.4, 5.7, 6.1, 6.3, 7.1, 7.3, 8.2 
ASSIGNMENT(S) DUE:
+Chapter 12 Fitness Guided Reading Questions

CLASS TOPIC/CHAPTER(S):  
Unit Review (Chapters 10, 11, 12)
  
OBJECTIVES:
+Fast Food Stations
+Intro to Chapter 12 (Fitness)
+Determining a resting HR practice & effects of physical activity




View "Nicole's Eating Disorder"
What to watch for:

1. What are some of the health risks associated with Nicole's eating habits?

2. How does Nicole's eating disorder affect her family/friends?  Think about the health triangle and how her physical condition is affecting her social and mental/emotional well-being.

3. What are some of the other issues that you believe that she needs to address in addition to her eating habits?


ASSIGNMENT(S):

+Complete the Nutrition & Healthy Habits Study Guide 

+Unit exam will be next class meeting over Chapters 10, 11, and 12.  Students that completed the 6 Essential Nutrient Brochure Project will be able to utilize that as a resource on the test.


Attachments
Week 6, September 14-18, 2015
Tuesday 9/15 White (13) and February 11, 2016

Start Off Right:  Calculate your target heart rate during exercise using the formula on page 329.  What is your range for minimum to maximum?

Due:
+Chapters 10, 11, 12 Study Guide Questions
+Any missing assignments!

CLASS TOPIC/CHAPTER(S):
Unit Review
Jeopardy Review


OBJECTIVES:
+Jeopardy Review Activity for  Exam
+Unit Exam will be Chapters 10, 11, and 12.  Students that completed the 6 Essential Nutrient Brochure Project will be able to utilize that as a resource on the test.
 
 
+EXAM 2 (Chapters 10, 11, 12)


           
Attachments
Thursday 9/17  White (14) and February 16, 2016
 HW 4.1, 6.1, 6.4, 8.4 
+Nutrition & Healthy Habits Exam Makeups
+Intro to Body Systems & First Aid/CPR
+Class Start-off:  List 5 facts about the human body that you think most people might not know.
+"Your Skeletal & Muscular System" (See lesson PWPT document attached below)
+Complete the Skeletal & Muscular Overview Sheet with PowerPoint (attached below)
+
Complete the Human Anatomy Diagram Sheet (attached below)

+Homework: 
Read Chapter 14, Lesson 3 about the Nervous System on pages 392-399.  Answer Chapter 14, Lesson 3 Review Questions 1-5 on page 399.  
+Complete Human Anatomy Diagram
.
Attachments
Week 7, September 21-25, 2015
Monday 9/21 White (15) and February 18, 2016
 HW 4.1, 6.1, 6.4, 8.4 
ASSIGNMENT(S) DUE:
+Reading review questions 1-5 on page 399.
+Human Body Anatomy Diagrams
.

CLASS TOPIC/CHAPTER(S):
+HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS-CHAPTERS 14, 15, 16

+
Review Skeletal & Muscular Body Systems.

+THE HUMAN BODY: PUSHING THE LIMITS -View the 20 minute CGI video about the human body and complete a type 1 writing by listing 5 facts about the skeletal/muscular system that have not been discussed in class.

+DUE next class meeting.  Body Systems Graphic Organizer Sheet (see attachment below)  Students will complete the objectives listed for each of the body systems and list the lesson details within their graphic organizer space on the back of the sheet. 
Attachments
Wednesday 9/23 White (16) and February 22, 2016
 HW 1.1, 1.5, 2.9 
ASSIGNMENT(S) DUE:
+Body Systems Graphic Organizer (Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Excretory, & Urinary Systems)
  
CLASS TOPIC/CHAPTER(S):
+Physical Injuries & CPR Intro




OBJECTIVES:
+Turn in and review the body systems graphic organizer sheet
+Lesson Information: "Preventing and Treating Common Injuries" (PPT Lesson)
+"Name that Injury" video diagnosis
+HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT: Complete the Chapter 14 Review Questions on page 402-403 #s 1-25 and Chapter 27/Lesson 1 Questions pg. 763 #s 1-5.
Attachments
Friday 9/25 White (17) and February 24, 2016
 HW 3.2, 3.3, 3.4 
ASSIGNMENT(S) DUE:
+Homework DUE: Chapter 14 Review Questions 1-25 and Chapter 27/Lesson 1 #'s 1-5.

Start Off Right:  Number paper 1-31.  Write in the name of the bone or muscle on the anatomy practice slide, then mark them if you got it wrong.  
Guessing won't count against you, so don't leave answers blank-write in a ? mark if you don't know.  


CLASS TOPICS/CHAPTERS:
+Physical Injuries - Chapters 12, 27

OBJECTIVES:
+Class Start-off: Injury and Anatomy practice and review
+Nervous System Overview Sheet
+
The "Sensation" Video Clip
+Introduction to First Aid Project (See Project Information in attachment below)
+Project planning and research time

ASSIGNMENT(S):
+Nervous System Overview Sheet (In class)
+First Aid Project (Homework)


FIRST AID PROJECTS DUE:
Thursday, October 1!

 
 
Attachments
Week 8, September 28-October 2, 2015
Friday 9/26 White (18) and February 26, 2016
 HW 2.5, 3.2, 3.4, 4.4, 5.2, 5.6, 6.2, 7.2 
ASSIGNMENT DUE:
*Reminder - First Aid Project due next class meeting!
+Anatomy review practice quiz(bones & muscles)
+CPR/Choking Lesson
+Adult, child, infant CPR video clips
+Adult, child, infant choking video clips
+Fill our CPR/Choking Overview sheet
+Complete House Fire Safety Plan

ASSIGNMENT(S):
+CPR/Choking Overview Sheet (In class on Thursday)
+
Fire Safety Floor Plan (Homework)
+First Aid Project (Homework) 

Blocks 6 and 7:  The Crossword puzzle is for bonus credit only, not a class assignment.  


FIRST AID PROJECTS DUE:
Thursday 10/1 (White)
Attachments
Thursday 10/1 White (19) and March 1, 2016
 HW 4.4, 5.2, 
ASSIGNMENT(S) DUE:
+First Aid Projects Due
+CPR/Choking Overview Sheet & Fire Safety Plan
  
CLASS TOPIC/CHAPTER(S):
+First Aid/CPR - Chapter 27
+Injuries and Body Systems Review - Chapters 14 & 15



OBJECTIVES:
+Review the procedures for performing CPR/Choking First Aid
+CPR/Choking Scenario Practicum - Each student will be given a unique situation in which they must describe and demonstrate the proper First Aid technique that should be utilized for that scenario.
+Jeopardy Review for Physical Health & First Aid Exam
+Anatomy Review
+Complete the Unit Review Study Guide (Chapters 14, 15 & 27)
*UNIT TEST WILL BE 10-8-15!

EXAM MATERIAL EVERY STUDENT SHOULD KNOW!
+Chapter 14-Skeletal, Muscular & Nervous Systems
+Chapter 15-Cardiovascular, Respiratory & Digestive Systems
+Chapter 27-First Aid for Injuries
+Hands Only CPR/Choking First Aid-American Heart Association Guidelines
+Bones & Muscle Anatomy

ASSIGNMENT(S):
+Unit Study Guide (In Class/Homework)
+CPR/Choking Scenario (In Class)
+Review for First Aid & Body Systems Test (Homework) 
Attachments
Week 9, October 6-10, 2015
Tuesday 10/6 White (20) and March 3, 2016
 HW 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4 

+GUEST SPEAKER: Charlotte Moss, a representative from Turning
 Point, will be discussing teen violence and dating relationships.
Wednesday 10/8 White (21) and March 7, 2016
Wed(S) DUE:
+Chapter 14, 15, 27 Unit Study Guide Worksheet 
 

CLASS TOPIC/CHAPTER(S):
+Jeopardy Review Activity
+
Chapters 14, 15, 27 Unit Test Today



+Complete the Violence Prevention - Chapter 9 Guided Reading Questions (attachment below)
Attachments
Week 10, October 12-16, 2015
Monday 10/12 White (22) and March 9, 2016
 HW 1.2, 1.5, 2.3, 2.4, 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 2.10, 

Homework Due:  Chapter 9 Guided Reading

Start Off Write-3-2-1 on Turning Point
3 Things you learned
2 Things that surprised you
1 Thing you'd like to know more about

+
 Define Hazing
+High School Violence Power Point
+Assignment: Violence Prevention Short Stories.
Select 15 vocabulary terms from Chapter 9 and use them to create a short story about violence prevention.  Use each of the correct terms in an appropriate context and underline those specific vocabulary terms throughout your story.




+What would you do? Various short video clips of the ABC network show display a variety of situations that are created to see if citizens would intervene to help protect a complete stranger from being a victim or abused.  Would you intervene in a situation when you saw a stranger being physically abused, hazed, or humiliated in public?  Video clips will be available below to view some examples of these situations.

+Complete Violence Prevention puzzle (attachment below)
Attachments
 Wednesday 10/14 White (23) and March 11, 2016
Homework Due:
Violence Prevention Crossword Puzzle
Terminology Tale


Start off Right

Define "Stooge" from the bullying discussion.  Use your notes if necessary, but not each other's memory or notes.




+What would you do? Various short video clips of the ABC network show display a variety of situations that are created to see if citizens would intervene to help protect a complete stranger from being a victim or abused.  Would you intervene in a situation when you saw a stranger being physically abused, hazed, or humiliated in public?  Video clips will be available below to view some examples of these situations.

Week 11, October 19-23, 2015
Monday 10/20 White (24) and March 22, 2015
 HW 2.2, 2.3, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 
+DUE:Chapter 9 Guided Reading Questions & Violence Prevention puzzle


Introduction to Substance Abuse Unit
+
Chapter 21-Alcohol Lesson PPT (See Lesson Powerpoint document below)

+HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT:
Answer Chapter 21 Review Questions 1-35 in your Health textbook.

Attachments
Thursday 10/22  White (25) and March 24, 2016

+
Due: Review Chapter 21-Effects of Alcohol & Substance Abuse

+
Start off Write:  Write what equals a serving of alcohol.  All three for 3 points, two for 2 of the 3 points, one for 1 of the 3 points.  No notes or conversation for this one.


+
Complete the Short/Long Term Effects Worksheet (attached below)

+
Chapter 19 - Medicines & Drugs (Lesson Information attached below)
 

Dangers of Inhalant Abuse
 

+Substance Abuse Project Topics will be due next class meeting. You will need to select a specific substance (legal or illegal) that you will be conducting a more in depth analysis of.  Substance Abuse Project Overview and Syllabus (See Attachment below)
Attachments
Week 12 October 26-30 2015
Monday 10/26 White (26) and March 30, 2016
HW 1.5, 2.5, 2.9, 3.3, 3.4, 4.3, 5.6, 5.7, 8.2
+Select Substance Abuse Project Topics
+Substance Abuse Project Overview and Syllabus (See Attachment).  
Due Tuesday 11/4 (White)
+Effects of Alcohol & Drugs vs Meds Review
+Psychoactive Drug Dangers - Reference Chapter 22 (See Lesson Attachment for class details)









+Begin "Allison's Addiction" Part 1
+Homework:  Chapter 22, pg. 618 #'s 1-23
Attachments
Wednesday 10/28 White (27) and April 1, 2016
HW 1.5, 2.5, 2.9, 3.3, 3.4, 4.3, 5.6, 5.7,  8.2
DUE:
+
Chapter 22 Review Questions 1-23 
+DRUG PROJECTS WILL BE DUE ON NOVEMBER 3 (White)!
+Review Alcohol, Meds/Drugs & Psychoactive Drugs information 

+Effects of Tobacco Use - Chapter 20 (lesson powerpoint below)
+
Assignment: Answer the Tobacco lesson review worksheet (attached below)















+View "Allison's Addiction & Intervention" Story
Attachments
Friday 10/30 White (28) and April 5, 2016
HW 1.5, 2.5, 2.9, 3.3, 3.4, 4.3, 5.6, 5.7, 8.2
DUE:
+Chapter 22, Lesson 3 
+ Chapter 20, Tobacco Use
+DRUG PROJECTS WILL BE DUE ON NOVEMBER 3 (White)!
+Review Alcohol, Meds/Drugs, Psychoactive Drugs and Tobacco information, attached below 

+Intervention Reflection Questions, attached below

Test next class!  Be able to discuss intelligently whether addiction is a disease or a choice.  Read about it to prepare.  A couple of Web links are below; do an online search for the information. 















+View "Allison's Addiction & Intervention" Story

The final day to submit work for this unit is the next class meeting.

Attachments
Week 13, November 2-6 2015
Tuesday 11/3 White (29) and April 7, 2016

1.1, 1.5, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2.9, 2.10, 3.3, 3.4, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 2.3, 5.6, 5.7, 8.2, 8.7
 

+DUE: Intervention Reflection Questions
+
Review for Unit 4 Test.  
+UNIT 4 TEST
Chapter 19 - Medicines & Drugs
Chapter 20 - Effects of Tobacco
Chapter 21 - Dangers of Alcohol
Chapter 22 - Illegal Drugs

+Chapter 16 Review p. 460-462, 11-34


Thursday 11/5 White (30) and April 11, 2016
 HW 1.1, 1.5, 1.8, 1.9, 3.4,  5.2, 5.5, 5.7 


Homework Due:  Chapter 16 Review, p. 460-41, 11-34

Start-off Write:  Define "sterility" and "infertility", and give 3 causes of each, from Chapter 16





+Human Development Notes from Chapter 16
+Human Development Lesson, Web linked below
+Complete Reproductive System Diagram, attached below

Attachments
Week 13, November 9-13, 2015
Monday 11/9 White (31) and April 13, 2016
 HW 1.1, 1.5, 1.8, 1.9, 3.4,  5.2, 5.5, 5.7 


Start Off Write:  Can a female become pregnant during her menstrual period?  Why or why not?


+Cooperative Learning Group (STD Chart) - See attachment below for copy of STD chart
+Sexually Transmitted Diseases - Peer Teaching
Each group will be assigned a specific disease that they will provide an overview of for their classmates.  All students will fill in the STD/STI overview chart as each disease is discussed.  SAVE
 your STD chart to review for the unit exam

+
Homework Task Chapter 24, pg 682, 1-15

 HW 1.6, 2.1, 2.2, 2.4, 2.5, 2.9, 3.4, 5.6, 8.2 


+HIV/AIDS PPT Lesson & Facts sheet handout (see Lesson Powerpoint & Handout attachment below)












Attachments




Wednesday 11/11 (32) and April 15, 2016
 HW 5.6, 5.7, 6.4, 7.1, 7.3, 8.1, 8.2 
+DUE: Chapter 24, 1-15

Meet the other students with the same topic assigned last class to come to consensus for a brief presentation about your topic only.  Every student will get all the information by collaboration.

+
"Unintended Pregnancy" Lesson & Discussion

+ Complete 
Prenatal & Child Development Questions (assignment attached below)

+Homework:  p. 683-684, # 16-32


Attachments
Friday 11/13 Purple (33) and April 19, 2016
 HW 5.6, 5.7, 6.4, 7.1, 7.3, 8.1, 8.2 
+DUE: Chapter 24 Review Questions 16-32
              Prenatal and Child Development 


+Review Common STD/STIs
 
+Episode "I'm Pregnant" from True Life.

+ Complete Human Development and Sexuality Study Guide
Attachments
Next Week, Block 6 meets in Room 308, not 401!!
Week 14, November 16-20, 2015
Tuesday 11/17 White (34) and April 25, 2016
Thursday 11/19 White (35) and April 27, 2016

 HW 1.1, 1.2, 1.6, 1.8, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.8, 2.10, 3.2, 3.3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.3, 5.4, 5.6, 5.7, 6.1, 7.2, 7.3, 8.1  
Guest Speaker(s)=Tracey Pike, Nancy Carrithers, Christy Shaw-Pregnancy Care Center http://www.pregcarecenter.org/



Attachments
Week 15, November 23-27, 2015
Monday 11/23 White (36) and April 29
 HW 1.1, 1.2, 1.6, 1.8, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.8, 2.10, 3.2, 3.3, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 5.3, 5.4, 5.6, 5.7, 6.1, 7.2, 7.3, 8.1  

Due:  Human Development Study Guide AND all other work for this unit.

Reflection of Pregnancy Care Center Speaker's presentation

+Jeopardy Review Game- Human Development & Sexuality Unit Review
Human Development Unit 5 Test Today
Test will cover the following material:
+Human Development Notes Sheet / Chapter 16
+Male/Female Reproductive Systems Diagrams - Chapter 16
+Prenatal & Child Development Worksheet- Chapter 17
+HIV/AIDS Facts Sheet Handout
+STDs Chart Handout
+Guest Speaker Information & Activities from the "I Decide for Me" Workshop

Attachments
Title
Wednesday 11/25 - Friday 11/27
Thanksgiving Break 


 Wednesday 12/2 White (38) and May 9
HW 1.6, 2.2, 2.7, 2.10, 3.4, 6.2, 7.1, 8.3


Dr. Chris Klaes graduated from Seymour HS and attended Indiana University.  He graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1980, and has practiced in Seymour since graduation.  He achieved Diplomate status from the American Board of Chiropractic Neurologists in 1992 (the first chiropractor in Indiana to achieve this certification).  The Diplomate program emphasizes specialized diagnostic procedures, treatment and the rehabilitation of more difficult chiropractic cases.  Dr. Klaes currently serves as the alternative rep for the Medicare Advisory Committee for Indiana. He also served as President of the ICAI and a past Director of the ISCA. 








Friday 12/4 White (39) and May 11
Communicable Diseases Lesson, attached below.  Homework as noted in lesson.

HW 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.8, 4.1, 4.4, 5.1, 5.6, 6.1, 7.1, 8.1, 8.2, 8.4

Due:  "The Cure" Type 3 Writing Activity


+
Chapter 23 - Communicable Diseases Lesson (See lesson file below)
+Pathogen Creative Writing Assignment
 

Assignment Guidelines
1. Pick which pathogen you will be: virus, bacteria, fungi, protozoan, rickettsias.
2. Pick how you will be transmitted: direct contact, indirect contact, or airborne transmission.
3. In 3-4 paragraphs, provide a detailed description of your journey from your current host to your new host. Include details such as how you leave the body, how you enter the new host, how you affect your new host, how your transfer could have been prevented, & objects that you come into contact with.
4. Include/underline at least 4 vocabulary terms within your story/song.
5. Do your best to make your story/song creative and rhyme just as a poem/song would.


Attachments
Week 17, December 7-11, 2015
December 8, 2015, (40) and May 13
HW 1.4, 1.7, 3.2, 3.4, 5.6, 6.1, 7.1

Due:  "The Cure" essay, shared on Google Drive

+Start Off Write, attached below
+Cancer Lesson, attached below
+Cancer/Non Communicable Disease Information, attached below
+Guided Reading Questions for Non Communicable Disease, attached below
+ Chapter 23, Lesson 1 and 2

Attachments
December 10, 2015 (41) and May 16

HW 1.6, 2.7, 5.5, 7.8

Due:  Ch. 23, Lessons 1 and 2
        Guided Reading, Cancer/NonCommunicable Disease

Our Guest Speaker can't be here today.



Continuation of "My Sister's Keeper" with Reflective Writing.


Attachments
Week 18, December 14-18, 2015
December 14, 2015 (42)
HW 6.1, 6.4, 7.1, 7.3

+ Finish My Sister's Keeper
+ Guest Speaker:  Mrs. Reinhart
+ Study Guide for Semester Final
Attachments
Tuesday 12/15 Purple 
8:30-10:00       Period 1 meets
10:07-11:41     Period 1 FINAL EXAM
11:48-1:53       Period 3 meets 
2:00-3:30         Period 3 FINAL EXAM

Wednesday 12/16 White
8:30-10:00       Period 5 meets
10:07-11:41     Period 5 FINAL EXAM
11:48-1:53       Period 7 meets 
2:00-3:30         Period 7 FINAL EXAM
 
Thursday 12/17 Purple
8:30-10:00       Period 2 meets
10:07-11:41     Period 2 FINAL EXAM
11:48-1:53       Period 4 meets 
2:00-3:30         Period 4 FINAL EXAM

Friday 12/18 White
8:30-10:00       Period 6 meets 
10:07-11:41     Period 6 FINAL EXAM
11:48-1:53       Period 8 meets 
2:00-3:30         Period 8 FINAL EXAM
CHRISTMAS BREAK - Dec 20-Jan 5
Merry Christmas! 


Attachments
Speak Up Survey, until December 18, 2015
http://www.speakup4schools.org/Speakup2015/

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