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34 Cards in this Set

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locus of control
related to where individuals conceptually place responsibility, choice, and control for events in their lives
control of
affective domain
how you act based on what you believe
how do you act?
lesson plan
detailed description of course instruction
self efficacy
self-efficacy is the belief (whether or not accurate) that one has the power to produce that effect.
power to what
mental health
ability 2 perceive reality, respond to its challenges, and develop rational strate. 4 living
reciprocal determinism
person's behavior both influences and is influenced by personal factors and the social environment
what influences?
self esteem
self respect and confidence
portion of the lesson plan that should be described in detail and listed in order
cognitive dissonance
uncomfortable tension that may result from having two conflicting thoughts at the same time, or from engaging in behavior that conflicts with one's beliefs, or from experiencing apparently conflicting phenomena
uncomfortable why?
cognitive domain
knowledge and the development of intellectual skills.
what entails
statements of what the organization chooses to accomplish
The depth or difficulty of material to be taught
Loss of interest and feelings of extreme or overwhelming sorrow, sadness, and debility
performance indicators
help an organization define and measure progress toward organizational goals
obsessive compulsive
recurrent obsessions or compulsions impulses or images that unwanted
emotional response to impending danger, that is tied to anxiety
negative stress
complex psychophysical process that arises spontaneously, rather than through conscious effort, and evokes either a positive or negative psychological response
GAS general adaptation sydrome
Universal response to stressors;
Youth risk behavior surveillance system!- health behaviors of young ppl. 9-12.
health education
integrated method of functioning which is oriented toward maximizing the potential of which the individual is capable
health promotion
includes all purposeful activities designed to improve personal and public health
defense mechanisms
Any behavior an individual uses 2 avoid confronting a situation or problem.
1. Be able to describe health education
Health education offers students a unique opportunity for personal growth and enhancement; A continuum of learning that enables people to voluntarily make decisions, modify lifestyle behaviors, and change social conditions in ways that are health enhancing Any combination of learning experiences designed to facilitate voluntary actions conducive to health. life long process, develop good attitudes
3. What are the components of a coordinated school health program
1 healthful school environ.
2 school health instruction
3 school health services
4 physical edu
5 nutrion and food services
6 school based counceling
7 school based health info 4 staff
8 school family community partnerships
Outcomes Based Education
which is intended to objectively measure student performance
5. What factors should be considered when developing a health curriculum
social mores, student interest, health needs, and educational resources
define health literacy and its importance in health education
ability to understand health information
• Health literacy is the ability of the student to:
• Obtain, interpret, and understand basic health information and services
Use information and services in ways that enhance health
growing healthy
decision making skills
project choice
cancer prevention
social decision making
think clearly when stressed
healthy 4 life
Designed to improve health behaviors in nutrition, tobacco, alcohol, marijuana use, and sexuality
know ur body
Designed to empower students to make positive health choices
me me drug and alcohol preven.
Designed to help enhance self-esteem, problem-solving abilities, decision-making skills, and increase knowledge about the dangers of drugs