Middle School Health Bundle: TPT's #1 Best-Selling Middle Health Curriculum

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★★★This is the #1 Best-Selling Middle School Health program on TeachersPayTeachers! The middle school years are what scientists call a 'sensitive period' for social and emotional learning, when the brain is primed to learn from social cues.”* What a perfect time to teach healthy habits and smart choices! This curriculum will help your teens navigate the mental, social, and emotional changes during this time in life and thrive!

This is an editable “For Print” curriculum created in Word and PowerPoint, AND a digital resource for BOTH GOOGLE DRIVE and MICROSOFT OFFICE USERS!

Why Purchase This Program:

  • Students and teachers LOVE these Middle/Jr. High Health lessons!

  • ALL STUDENT DOCS for this “Middle/Jr. High School Health” are uploaded onto Google Slides and Forms.

  • Assign Health worksheets in your Google Classroom or paperless platform using these 822 Middle School student worksheets, surveys, and tests created on Google Slides with fill-in text boxes. The 220 lessons are organized into three 16 Google Slideshows that are separated by days so it’s easy to send students daily lessons! Also Includes 43 Google Forms.

  • Don't need all 70 lessons? No problem! - Each grade level's slides above were used to create 4 "Set Lessons in Weeks You Teach" programs. (See more below about set 6, 9, 12, and 18-week programs in each grade level.)

  • Also compatible with Microsoft platforms! Simply download my "Student Docs Google Slideshow" (which includes fill-in text boxes) to your computer (Yes- text boxes remain intact!) and upload and assign on your online Microsoft platform!

  • Includes a step-by-step instructional video I created to show you not only how to navigate my files and folders; but also how to use the Google Slideshows, how Microsoft users can use my Google Slideshows, how to send only one day's lessons to your students, how to add new information/pages to a Google Slideshow, how to edit and upload worksheets, how to voice-over slides, how to add an instructional video on top of slides, uploading to Google Drive tips, how to set up files for an organize Google Drive, and more!

  • If you upload this unit's PowerPoint and convert to Google Slides; then voice-over audio teacher instructions, you can send audio lessons home for a FULLY INDEPENDENT STUDY UNIT! (Full instructions included!)

  • FUN STUDENT PACKETS: I created a flip and fold interactive version (click video if you didn't see it by main cover) that is the "Student Packet Notes!" where students take notes from PowerPoint slides in all kinds of shapes and foldable cut-outs!

  • SAVE VALUABLE TIME!

  • This program was created by a National Board Certified Health teacher with 19 years of experience teaching Health. Lessons are tried and tested!

  • Here is a buyer review for my "Middle/Jr. High School Google Docs": "Just what I needed for virtual learning. Easy to use and students enjoyed the engagement."

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DO YOU TEACH MIDDLE/JR. HIGH SCHOOL HEALTH AND P.E.? Get my bundle:

- Middle/Jr. High Health and P.E. - BUNDLE AND SAVE $182.00

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This Middle/Junior High School program is a standards-based program: The program meets:

  • ALL Washington State Middle School 6th, 7th, and 8th Health Standards
  • ALL 20 Common Core Standards (Grades 6 - 8)
  • ALL 8 "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (C.D.C.)" National Health
    Standards (to be completed by Grade 8)

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★ I now sell each grade level separately!

If you teach only 1 or 2 grade levels of Health, you may be interested these Health programs** taken directly from this Middle/Jr. High School Health Bundle!:

Click here if you teach Level 1 (6th grade middle school / 7th grade jr. high)

Click here if you teach Level 2 (7th grade middle school / 8th grade jr. high)

Click here if you teach Level 3 (8th grade middle school / 9th grade jr. high)

If you teach all 3 grade levels of Health, or if you need a full year of 180 lessons for one grade level, this full 220 Middle School program is for you so read on...

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BUY IT TODAY - TEACH IT TOMORROW!!

LOW PREP!! Step-by step lessons that follow PowerPoint slides walk you through each lesson!

With this purchase, you will receive all future updates (new lessons and activities) that I create related to this "Middle/Junior High School Health" resource FOR FREE!! Simply go to your TPT "My Purchases" folder and re-download.

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Here's what buyers have to say about my "Middle School Health Lessons":

"I absolutely LOVE this health curriculum! With very little resources at my school, I can use everything in this curriculum without worrying."

"Well worth the price." "This is saving my life!"

"Absolutely amazing! My students are loving it!.”

"Mrs. S's Health Curriculum is EXACTLY what I needed to jump start my career. No need to recreate the wheel. Mrs. S provides you everything you need to teach from day 1.”

“My best TPT purchase to date!”

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Get 220 lessons in this engaging, low-prep, easy-to-teach Middle/Junior High School Health curriculum.

1. TEACH BY UNIT:

  • There are now 70 lessons for Level 1, 70 lessons for Level 2, and 80 lessons for Level 3, all aligned to my state Health standards, National Health Standards, and Core Core Standards.

  • This FLEXIBLE program meets current AND future teaching needs!

  • LOW-PREP! - READY TO PRINT AND TEACH! - SAVES SO MUCH TIME!

  • NEW! ALL new graphics in EVERY unit! A buyer recently called the PowerPoints "gorgeous!" These are part of my 50 PowerPoints (Over 3000 slides!)

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Here is a QUICK LOOK at the units included:

Here me talking about this program

  1. Beginning a School Year
  2. Nutrition
  3. Stress, Depression, and Suicide
  4. Tobacco
  5. Alcohol
  6. Drugs
  7. Conflict Resolution
  8. Diseases
  9. Stop Bullying: Empathy and Violence
  10. Dangerous Decisions
  11. Sex Ed.
  12. Mental Health
  13. Cultural Diversity
  14. First Aid
  15. Self-Esteem
  16. Body Systems with Q.R. Coded Worksheets!
  17. Environmental Health / Community Health
  18. Ending A School Year

TOTAL: 220 LESSONS

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2. OR, TEACH WITH A PROGRAM CREATED FOR THE # OF WEEKS YOU TEACH:

See how this "Teach Lessons by the Weeks You Teach" program works - It's the Level 2 video example!

If you don't have 70 or 80 days to teach the lessons included your grade level program, I have designed 4 time-framed programs you can use!  And yes, that's 4 programs for EACH GRADE LEVEL!

This way, you don't have to decide which lessons to cut, or figure out how to add lessons to meet the days you teach! These are the 4 program time frames:

-6 Weeks

- 9 Weeks 

-12 Weeks

-18 Weeks (Includes 3 lesson extensions)

  • Since scheduling can be crazy at the middle/junior high school level, this program is FLEXIBLE!! And, as long as you use Level 1 with your youngest students, Level 2 with your middle age students, and Level 3 with your oldest students, this program will work for as many weeks as you teach your students-there is a sequential program for you!

  • Jumbled schedules, odd days of the week Health class, even days of the week, 4 days on-2 days off, alternating with P.E. classes…??? Doesn't matter. As long as you stick with your grade levels and use the sequential level programs, YOU ARE GOOD TO GO!

  • Even if you teach for 8 weeks instead of 9, use the 9-week program and cut out 1 week of lessons.

THIS PROGRAM IS FLEXIBLE FOR YOUR EVER-CHANGING TEACHING NEEDS!

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  • There are ★editable!★ versions off ALL lessons and PowerPoints are included as well, should you want to change or add something!

  • Each "Ready-to-Teach" lesson program contains: Full step-by-step teacher PDF teacher directions, lessons, and documents, and a PDF PowerPoint presentation that walks you through the lesson for each of these teaching lines. "Student Docs Only" are also included to save paper when printing!

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More About This Program:

  • State, National, and Common Core Standards met are listed at the top of each lesson, and are also all listed in the main "Table of Contents" for easy reference! It's easy to align to your own state standards!

  • This program is researched-based. The program meets all 15 “Characteristics of an Effective Health Education Curriculum” set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In this curriculum you will find health goals and behavioral outcomes that are research-based and theory-driven.

  • "Learning Targets and "Daily Assessments" are also listed at the top of each lesson.

  • This is NOT your standard boring vocabulary words or book work! . Over 3000 pages of highly organized step-by-step teacher directions will engage your students, while the directions will suggest exactly what to say!!

  • Over 3,000 PowerPoints slides! Helps make learning visual!

  • 420+ EDITABLE worksheets, tests, and handouts, included unit and final assessments (ON GOOGLE, and DOWNLOADABLE WITH TEXT BOXES REMAINING EDITABLE FOR MICROSOFT USERS!)

  • Over 100 links to FREE videos!

  • 26 homework assignments (Including 6 "Parent-Teen Communicators")

  • 23 fun surveys - students LOVE these!

  • Project-Based Learning: See the "Preview" for more on all the interactive flips and folded projects, as well as the many art projects that help students learn

  • Best of all, students love this program, (read the reviews above) and students who like what they're learning are more likely to choose to actually use what they learned outside the classroom

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★Click on "Preview" above to see an actual lesson.★

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UNITS included, with SOME ACTIVITIES LISTED HERE:

1. Beginning a Year Unit:

LEVEL 1:

- Starting the Term Off Right!

-Learning Styles Survey

-Conversation Starters

-“Learning Style Cubes”

-“The Little Red Hen” THEME - See a fun video preview of this activity

-File Folders System

-Give Out Syllabus

-“Food Personality Survey”

LEVEL 2:

-“Famous Failures” THEME

-File Folders System

-“Anonymous Teen Survey”

-“I AM ME“ Poems

-“What’s Your Animal Personality” Survey

-Tips to Boost Confidence” Video

-Shy Girl on X Factor Video

-Door Hanger Art Project

LEVEL 3:

- Motivation: Building Confidence!

-“Confidence” Video with Review sheet

-“Best Motivational Video”

-The Gratitude Experiment”

-Thank You Letters

-File Folders and Learning Targets

-Who I Am Makes a Difference!

-Create Ribbons

-True Story Articles to Share

EXTRA: Organization to Begin a New School Year

-“Class Syllabus”

-Morning PowerPoints

-Learning Target Success Criteria Exit Sheet

-Discipline

-250 All New "Learning Target" posters

-Teacher Evaluation Tips for the "Danielson" "5 Dimensions," and "Marzano" Frameworks

2. Stress, Depression, and Suicide Unit - See a fun video preview of this unit

LEVEL 1:

-“Stress Survey”

-”How Stress Affects Your Brain” Video

-“Stress Worksheet”

-How to Relieve Stress Video

-"Relieving Stress Trunks Project”

-“Sleep Project Homework”

-Five Stress Relieving Activities!

LEVEL 2:

-“Animal Stress Stories”

-“Depression: Black Dog Posters”

-“Traits of Depression Worksheet”

-Review of Stress, the Importance of Sleep, Resilience, and Depression

-Depression and Thoughts of Suicide

-Overcoming Depression and Anxiety

-“Life Without You” Worksheet

-Stress-Buster Coloring Homework

LEVEL 3:

-Creating “Stress Relieving” Card Game”

-Depression

-Resilience

-Depression - vs - Clinical Depression

-True story article

-"Depression Survey”

-Bi-Polar Disorder

-Anti-Depressants

-"Depression Around the Room” activity

-Cutting and Suicide

-Suicide Risk Factors

-"Think Before You Speak” Video

-What to Do if Someone You Know Talks of Suicide

-New! "Shut the Door on Suicide" GOOGLE SLIDES Lessons - See a video preview of this lesson

-Unit Test Review

-“Depression/Suicide Parent-Teen Communicator”

-“Stress-Free BINGO” Test Review

-Stress Unit Assessment

3. Mental Health Unit

LEVEL 1:

-The 5 Dimensions of Health

-Interactive Mental Health Road Signs Project

-"You Choose Worksheet"

LEVEL 2:

-"Values Lesson"

-Values Parent-Teen Homework

-Gandhi Interactive Poster

-What's Your Biggest Regret Activity

LEVEL 3:

-Multiple Intelligences Survey

-"I Am Me Worksheet"

-Optional Problem-Solving

4. Diseases Unit

LEVEL 1:

-Understanding communicable diseases, pathogens, how they’re spread, and how the immune systems fights them

-“Interactive Communicable Diseases Activity“ with “Disease and Prevention Chart”

-“Communicable Diseases Card Game” with “Communicable Diseases Worksheet”

-“Selfie Get Well Cards” (Disease Prevention)

LEVEL 2:

-CANCER Information and Art Project

-Cancer Video

-“Family Medical History Homework”

-Diseases Research Project Homework

LEVEL 3:

-Understanding Non-Communicable Diseases

-World non-communicable diseases stats

-Top Four Non-Communicable Diseases in the U.S.

“Non-Communicable Diseases Interactive Heart”

-“Ways to Prevent NCD Handout”

-Online “Personal Risk Assessment Tool”

-“Non-Communicable Diseases King’s Corner” Card Game with “Non-Communicable Diseases Worksheet”

5. Empathy/Violence/Stop Bullying Unit

LEVEL 1:

-Empathy Video

-Interactive Empathy Treasure Chest Project

-“Self-Esteem Survey”

-"Positive Self-Talk Activity”

-Bullying video

-Bullying Role-Play Task Cards

-Making Your Voice Count” Activity

-Cyber Bullying

-“Empathy Test” (written or outloud)

LEVEL 2:

-Showing Empathy in Dealing with Bullying

-Ways to Stop a Bully Video

-“Hand in Hand” Bullying

-“Overcoming Hardships Inspiring Articles” activity

-Personality Survey

-Defining Violence

-True story articles

-Understanding anger

-"Anger Survey”

-Setting an anger goal

-Homework: Anger Cartoons

-Guest Speaker

LEVEL 3:

-Definition of Empathy

-“Empathy Survey”

-"Empathy Homework”

-“Our Words Have Power

-Empathy in “Perspectacles”

-“Life Stories Poster Project “

-”What Would It Be Like” Worksheet

-“One Person Can Make a Difference”

-Inspirational Videos

-Share Life Stories in Groups

-Prejudisms Discussion

-Assertive, NOT Aggressive

-“Blind, Paralyzed, or in Prison for Life”

6. Tobacco

LEVEL 1:

-The Dangers of Tobacco

-CDC Videos

-Tobacco Facts Articles

-Anti-Tobacco Song Lyrics” Project

-Songs and Present

-The Brain and Habits

-“Cleansing a Bad Habit”

-“Adding a Healthy Habit” Worksheets”

-“Support Your Peers Calendar”

LEVEL 2:

-Dangers of Tobacco, Chewing Tobacco

-Tobacco Facts Articles and Puzzles

-Ad Appeals

-Marketing Psychology

-Tobacco Unit Quiz

-Tobacco Packs” Media Literacy Art Project”

-Supermarket Psychology

LEVEL 3:

-The Dangers of Tobacco

-Videos

-“Quit Brochures”

-Cancer

-Chewing Tobacco Dangers

-Cigar and Pipe Dangers

-e-cigarettes

-Pregnant Smokers

-$ Spent on Cigarettes

-State Laws

-Tobacco Facts Articles

-Trends in Health Newsletter Homework

7. Alcohol Unit

LEVEL 1:

-Introduction to Alcohol Unit

-"How Alcohol Affects the Body Wheels Project”

-”Alcohol Dangers” Audio Article

-“Standing Up to Peer Pressures Diamond Worksheet“

-“Assertiveness Survey”

-"Alcohol is Not For Me”

LEVEL 2:

-"De-Bunking Alcohol Myths

-Getting the Facts

-“Alcohol True/False Scavenger Hunt”

-Aces Lesson-Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences

-Protective Factors Activity

-“Pros and Cons Decision-Making Model Worksheet”

-“Alcohol Role-Play Activity” (Peer Pressure lines and Refusal Skills)

LEVEL 3:

-“Alcohol Truths and Myths

-Alcohol Dangers

-Alcoholism notes

-Interactive Alcohol Poisoning Activity

-Alcohol State Laws Activity

-Dysfunctional Families and Co-Dependent Behaviors

-Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

-“Fun Alcohol Board Game"

-Unit Test

8. Drugs Unit

LEVEL 1:

-Intro to Drug Unit

-“Drug Classification Activity”

-Inhalants Dangers!

-Stimulants

LEVEL 2:

-”Faces of Meth”

-Stimulants Video

-Why Teens Use Drugs

-“Body Parts 25 Things to Do Instead of Drugs”

-Molly and Other Designer Drugs Newsletter

-“OTC Scavenger Hunt”

-Drug Classification Review

-“Marijuana True-False” Quiz

-“How Pot Hurt Me” Card Game

-Narcotics

-"Pharm Party Activity”

-Heroin

-Decision Making

-Drug Role-Plays

-Synthetic Drugs and more on Heroin

-Stages of Drug Addiction

-“Drug Progression Story”

-"Substance Parent-Teen Communicator” Homework

LEVEL 3:

-“Risk Factors For Addiction” Survey

-Intervention Video with Video Review Sheet

-Healthy Alternatives

-Depressants

-Date Rape Drugs

-Ecstasy and Depressants Video

-”Drink Safety Tips” Activity

-Hallucinogens

-Amotivational Syndrome

-Gateway Drugs

-Marijuana Video

-The Truth About Marijuana” Reflection

-PAIR/SHARE and Discussion

-“The Truth About Marijuana” Mural

-Drug Free BINGO Test Review

-Drug Refusal Skills Role-Play Task Cards

-Guest Speaker

-“Drug Unit Test

9. Conflict Resolution Unit

LEVEL 1:

-Assertiveness Survey

-Assertive Versus Aggressive

-Start Partner Dialogue Activity

-“So Quic Model” Handout

- Partner Dialogue Activity

-Assertiveness Survey”

-“Communication and Conflict Resolution Tips Sheet

-“Building Confidence, Assertiveness, Self- Esteem Worksheet”

-"How to be More Confident” Video

-“Assertiveness Role-Plays”

LEVEL 2:

-Communication Skills Activity

-“Are You an Effective Communicator Survey”

-Wallet Cards Project

-So Quic and Quiz

-“Communication Survey”

-Optional Unit Assessment

LEVEL 3:

-So QUIC” Conflict Resolution Model to Resolve Conflicts

-“Why Most Relationships Fail” Video

-“Survivor” Video Example

-“I’ Statements Activity”

-Questioning Skills

-“So Quic Quiz” for Review

-Perceptions Activity

-“So Quic” Conflict Practice

-“So Quic Quiz #2”

10. Self-Esteem Unit

LEVEL 1:

-Self-Esteem Survey

-What is Positive Self-Esteem?

-“Self-Esteem iPad” Project

-Thumbprint Project

LEVEL 2:

-Self-Esteem Projects

LEVEL 3:

-Career Interest Survey

-“Rise Above the Dream Breakers Project”

-Inspirational Videos

-Self-Esteem Assessment

11. Nutrition Unit

LEVEL 1:

-What is a Calorie?

-Understanding and Reading Label Ingredients

-Students make “Best or Worst Foods” Posters

-“Ingredients Quiz”

-“Where is Your Health?” Assessment

-“Where is Your Health?” Goal-setting Acronym

-Food Label Scramble ★NEW U.S.D.A. Food Labels!

LEVEL 2:

-Intro to Nutrition

-MyPlate Activity

-Vending Machine Savvy and Food Label Reading

-Iron and Anemia

-Understanding

-Protein needs

-Protein supplements and Creatine

-Sodium Facts

-“Food Records”

-“Count Your Calcium Worksheet”

-“Think Your Drink Caffeine and Sugar Activity” (Energy Drink Dangers)

-“Are you Eating Healthy? Survey”

-How diet affects CANCER

-Cancer Warning Signs

-The Benefits of Exercise

-“MyFitnessPal” Activity

- “Analyzing Fad Diets Project” (“Is This Diet Healthy?”)

LEVEL 3: See a fun video preview of this unit!

-Introduction to Nutrition

-Obesity in the U.S

-Why Americans are Overweight

-Understanding Calories ★NEW U.S.D.A. Food Labels!

-Understanding Fat and Cholesterol

-“Fast Food Restaurant Posters”

-Carbohydrates

-Diabetes

-Water Extra Credit Activity

-How Much Sugar Should I Have?

-“Sugar and Fat Science Lab Experiment”

-Getting Vitamins

-The Importance of Breakfast

-“Mayo Clinic Food Guide Pyramid” or Using the “USDA MyPlate”

-Personalized Food Group Tally

-Media Literacy: Grocery Store Savvy and Product Manipulation

-“How to Read a Food Label Activity” ★NEW U.S.D.A. Food Labels!

-“Food Label Scavenger Hunt” ★NEW U.S.D.A. Food Labels!

-“Eating Healthy for Life Survey” (What bad habits do I have?)

-Healthy Versus Unhealthy Weight Loss

-Weight Loss Videos

-“Long-Term Goal Setting Activity”

-Understanding Eating Disorders

-Emotional Eating Survey

-Eating Disorders Video

-Improving Body Image

-Analyzing Media Video

-Media Distortion

-“Nutrition Facts Card Game”

-Nutrition Unit Test Review ★NEW U.S.D.A. Food Labels!

-Nutrition Test ★NEW U.S.D.A. Food Labels!

12. Sex Ed. Unit

LEVEL 1:

-Sexuality Opt-Out” info

-Puberty is Normal!

-“Puberty is Normal Matching Game”

-Dealing with Body Image

-“Puberty Parent-Student Communicator Homework”

-“Guide to Maintaining Friendships”

-Tips “4” for a Better Friendship

-Dating, Boundaries, and Unhealthy Risks

-Top 10 Reasons for Choosing Abstinence

-Pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Infections/HIV

-Traits of a Healthy Versus an Unhealthy Relationships - See a fun video preview of this lesson

-Understanding Gender Identity

-Signs of Abusive Relationships

-“Healthy Relationships Posters”

LEVEL 2:

-Sexuality Opt-Out” info

-Reproductive System Information

-Reproductive System Video

-“Puberty BINGO”

-Female and Male Anatomy

-“Inside Puberty” then Watch “Puberty for Boys and Girls”

-Sexual Pressure Lines and Articles

-“Sexual Pressures Flip Charts Project”

-Consequences of Sex - Sexually Transmitted Infections/HIV and Pregnancy

-Dealing positively with gender identity

-Dating Videos – Dealing with Emotions!

-Benefits of Choosing Abstinence

-“Emotional Baggage” Activity

-Optional “Birth Control/Using a Condom” Handout and Worksheet

-Romance, and Love: “What is Love?”

-What is Romance?” Art Project

-Sex Ed. Test Review

-Sex Ed. Parent-Teen Communicator

-Sex Ed. Unit Test

-Guest Speaker

LEVEL 3:

-Sexuality Opt-Out” info

-Puberty

-Swan Story and Worksheet

-Personal Hygiene

-The Responsibility of Sex!

-Reproduction

-Why Abstinence Makes Sense for Teens

-The Effectiveness of the Reproductive Systems

-Female Anatomy and Issues

-“Love Language Survey”

-Male Anatomy and Issues

-“Girl Talk/Boy Talk Day”

-Understanding Sexually Transmitted Infections

-S.T.I. Video and Slideshow

-“Communicable Diseases Card Game”

-“H.I.V. / A.I.D.S. Quiz”

-HIV/AIDS Facts

-AIDS / Abstinence

-Good Reasons for Abstinence

-Setting Sexual Limits

-Birth control Choices and Worksheet

-Sexual Assault Information

-Sexual Harassment

-Sexual Assault/Rape

-Traits of Unhealthy Relationships

-Dating and Domestic Violence

-“Healthy –vs- Unhealthy Relationships Activity”

-Social Media Safety

-Unit Test Review

-“Sexuality Board Game”

-“Sex Ed. Unit Test”

13. Body Systems Unit

LEVEL 1 Only:

-"Can You Do This?" Fun!

-"Our Amazing Body Slideshow"

-Virtual Body

-8 Body Systems Worksheet with QR Codes

-Preparing and Giving Group Presentations:

-PowerPoint Group Presentations

-Optional Requirement: Body Systems Group Rap, Song or Poem

-Grading Rubrics Included!

-Presentation Note Taking Worksheet

-Preventative Medical Checkups for Teens

-Vaccinations and Reproductive Health Check Ups

-Unit Tests

14. First Aid Unit

LEVEL 1:

-“Wilderness First Aid”: Sprained Ankles, Splints and Slings

LEVEL 2:

-First Aid QR Coded Worksheet and Activity

-Group Re-enactment Project

-C.P.R. Video and Worksheet

-How to use an A.E.D

-Creating a First Aid Kit

-Public Service Announcements

-First Aid Cartoons

-Unit Assessments

15. Environmental Health Unit

LEVEL 2 Only:

-Understanding the 10 Top Environmental Issues

-“10 Environmental Issues Worksheet” with Partner (reactions and solutions)

-10 issues Group Activity

-“What Can I Do Follow-Up Project”

-Environmental Protection Agency 8 Topics “All Hands Working Together Project”

-Environmental Harm

-“Workplace Hazard” Reports

-“Public Service Announcement” Posters or Video

16. Optional Community Health Unit

OPTIONAL ANY LEVEL:

-21 different Ideas to Promote “Community Health"

-Six Key Ingredients to a Healthy Community”

-Health or Fitness Careers

-Family Health

-Safe Home Environments

17. Cultural Diversity Unit

LEVEL 2:

-Understanding the History and Complexities of Racial Diversity

-“Race Definitions and Quotes Handout”

-“My Uniqueness Project”

-Add an “Ad Slogan”

-Sharing “My Uniqueness Project”

- Finish with “One Size Doesn’t Fit All” Worksheet

-Optional “Final Level 2 Health Test”

LEVEL 3: See a fun video preview of this unit

-“I Am....” Exercise

- Beverly D. Tatum’s “The Complexity of Identity: “Who Am I?”

-True Stories of Prejudism, Racial Profiling, and Racism

-True Stories that One Person CAN Make a Difference

-Bryan Stevenson’s Video: ” From Slavery to Mass Incarceration” and Racial Profiling

-Bryan Stevenson’s “Ted Talk”

-The House That Racism Built

-Ben & Jerry’s Ice-Cream Art Project!!

18. Dangerous Decisions Unit

LEVEL 3 Only:

Decision-Making Skills for:

-High Speed Driving

-Drinking Games and Binge Drinking

-Taking Bets and Dares

-Giving Out Info on the Internet

-Cutting, Self-Mutilating

-Water Safety

-Homelessness and Running Away

-Unhygienic Body Piercings

-Messing Around with Guns

-Shaken Baby Syndrome

-The Choking Game

-Sexting

-Using Drugs

-Goofing Around on Cars or Trucks

-The Dangers of Sun and Tanning

19. Ending a Term Unit

LEVEL 1:

-Myers Briggs Personality Videos and Worksheet

-“Our Term in Review" PowerPoint

-Reflections

-Decision-Making

-Teacher Evaluation

-Final Test

LEVEL 3:

-Term in Review

-Final Test Review

-“What I Learned in Health Class Board Game”

-Final Health Term Assessment

“Compliments Around the Room”

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*NOTE:* This Middle/Jr. High School Health program is not meant to be purchased with the High School Health program for use in the same school district!

This Middle School Health program is not consecutive with my High School Health program!

Thus, if you are interested in using both my Middle/Jr. High AND my High School Health programs for yourself or your school district, you will want my SEQUENTIAL Middle/Junior AND High School Health Curriculum, which I designed as consecutive, scaffolded lessons ranging from middle to high school, with no lesson repetition.

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Total Pages
1457 Pages of Teacher Directions | Over 3000 PwrPt. Slides
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.
Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas, concepts, and information through the selection, organization, and analysis of relevant content.
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, relevant descriptive details, and well-structured event sequences.
Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
With some guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach, focusing on how well purpose and audience have been addressed.

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