State Standard - Health

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Standard 1.0 Mental and Emotional Health: Students will demonstrate the ability to use mental and emotional health knowledge, skills, and strategies to enhance wellness. Standard 1.0 Mental and Emotional Health: Students will demonstrate the ability to use mental and emotional health knowledge, skills, and strategies to enhance wellness. Standard 1.0 Mental and Emotional Health: Students will demonstrate the ability to use mental and emotional health knowledge, skills, and strategies to enhance wellness.
A. Communication A. Communication A. Communication
1. Recognize methods of communication.
1. Recognize appropriate methods of communication.
1. Recognize different types of communication skills.
a. Define ways to communicate with friends and family, such as eye-contact and tone of voice.
a. Identify methods of communication appropriate for specific situations.
a. Practice verbal and non-verbal methods of communication.
  b. Demonstrate appropriate methods of communication.
 
B. Emotions B. Emotions B. Emotions
1. Examine emotions and responses to various situations.
1. Examine emotions and responses to various situations.
1. Recognize that emotions come from basic needs.
a. Define different feelings.
a. Demonstrate the meaning of emotion.
a. Relate human needs to human emotions.
b. Describe how it feels to be happy, upset, calm, surprised.
b. Categorize other words that mean happy, upset, calm, and surprised.
 
c. Identify what makes you happy, upset, calm, and surprised.
   
C. Components of well being C. Components of Personal Well-being
1. Identify components to promote personal well-being.
1. Identify the components to promote personal well-being.
  a. Name two cooperation skills.
a. Identify and describe the emotional and physical human needs, such as shelter, food, water , and love.
  b. Predict what it feels like to work cooperatively with others in a group.
b. Identify and describe human social needs.
    c. Describe the social needs addressed by belonging to a group.
    d. Recognize the feelings of being excluded from a group.
D. Decision Making D. Decision Making D. Decision Making
1. Identify how to make a good choice/decision.
1. Identify choices available in order to make a decision.
1. Examine the steps of the decision-making process .
a. Explain the meaning of the word choice/decision.
a. Choose factors that influence making decisions.
a. Compare the difference between positive and negative consequences in age appropriate situations.
b. Identify and describe what makes a good choice/decision such as safe, respectful, legal, and parent approval.
   
E. Character Traits E. Character Traits
1. Identify positive and negative character traits contributing to one’s uniqueness.
1. Identify positive and negative character traits that contribute to one’s uniqueness.
  a. Describe positive character traits of friends.
a. Select and model strategies to incorporate positive character traits.
  b. Explain how being a good friend demonstrates positive character.
 
  c. Identify positive and negative traits of characters in media.
 
F. Stress F. Stress
1. Recognize the factors associated with Stress experienced in the family.
1. Recognize the factors associated with Stress experienced in school.
  a. Describe examples of family stressors.
a. Describe examples of school stressors.
  b. Demonstrate reactions to stressful situations.
b. Discuss symptoms of Stress .
  c. Identify Stress management skills and strategies.
c. Apply strategies to reduce Stress in school.