Non-curable Infectious Diseases - Grade 6 Health, Unit 3

Non-curable Infectious Diseases - Grade 6 Health, Unit 3
Non-curable Infectious Diseases - Grade 6 Health, Unit 3
Non-curable Infectious Diseases - Grade 6 Health, Unit 3
Non-curable Infectious Diseases - Grade 6 Health, Unit 3
Non-curable Infectious Diseases - Grade 6 Health, Unit 3
Non-curable Infectious Diseases - Grade 6 Health, Unit 3
Non-curable Infectious Diseases - Grade 6 Health, Unit 3
Non-curable Infectious Diseases - Grade 6 Health, Unit 3
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This unit for Grade 6 Health Education is based on the Saskatchewan curriculum. It is not intended to be the ultimate in lesson planning for Health classes. Although it can be used as is, the intention is to help teachers to have a jumping off point from which they can extend the lesson plans presented to meet the needs of their students. There are also links to other lesson plans online that teachers may find useful to their needs.

The outcomes and indicators covered in this unit are:

Outcome USC6.3: Demonstrate an understanding of how non-curable infections, including HIV and Hepatitis C infection, are transmitted and how these infections influence the health (physical, mental, emotional and spiritual) and the identities of self, family and community

a. Identify sources of, and evaluate information about, non-curable infections, including HIV and Hepatitis C

b.Discuss standard precautions/strategies to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases (washing hands, personal protective measures such as not sharing personal items, immunization, insect precautions, needle safety, avoiding other’s body fluids, condoms, sexual abstinence)

c. Describe ways that non-curable infectious diseases, including Hepatitis C and AIDS, are transmitted and explain ways to avoid and/or reduce the risk of infection/co-infection

d. Perceive how beliefs in the myths and assumptions related to the transmission of non-curable infections, including HIV and Hepatitis C, affect the health and identities of the individual, family and community

e. Analyze how non-curable infections , including HIV, affect more people than they infect

f. Examine how thoughts and feelings about HIV infection might reinforce or challenge personal standards

g. Analyze the emotional, spiritual and social aspects of well-being that influence and are influenced by non-curable infections, including HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C

h. Form a personal response, in ways that affirm own personal standards, to some of the health challenges facing families and communities in regards to AIDS

i. Predict what might happen if only one aspect of health (such as the physical) is addressed when a person/community is infected/affected with a non-curable infection

Investigate and communicate what can happen a holistic approach (body, mind, heart and spirit) to management of non-curable infections is/is not adopted
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