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Understand the meaning of warning labels and signs on hazardous products.
Accessing Information - Demonstrate the...
Hazardous-waste sign and medication labels.
Select trusted adults and professionals who can help promote health.
Family members, educators, and environmentalists.
Demonstrate healthy ways to express needs, wants, feelings, and listening skills to enhance health.
Interpersonal Communication - Demonstrate...
Sharing feelings, following rules and directions, and waiting your turn to speak.
Demonstrate ways to respond to unwanted, threatening, or dangerous situations.
Role playing: “How to tell a trusted adult or how to leave a dangerous situation safely.”
Differentiate between situations when a health-related decision can be made individually or when assistance is needed.
Decision Making - Demonstrate the ability to...
When you think your friend is in trouble and food choices.
Name healthy options to health-related issues or problems.
Safety equipment, peer cooperation, and communication.
Compare the consequences of not following rules/practices when making healthy and safe decisions.
Negative emotions, accidents, injuries, and pollution.
Establish a short-term personal health goal as a class and take action toward achieving the goal.
Goal Setting - Demonstrate the ability to...
Playground safety and tobacco awareness.
Identify that healthy behaviors affect personal health.
Core Concepts - Comprehend concepts related...
Identifying your emotions and your level of wellness.
Recognize the physical, mental/emotional and social dimensions of health.
Getting along with others, respecting appropriate personal space, understanding anxiety, and feeling safe.
Describe ways a safe, healthy home environment can promote personal health.
Secured poisonous products, fire- safety practices, and posted emergency numbers.
Describe ways to prevent childhood injuries in the home, school, and community settings.
Recognizing abusive behaviors, following bus/playground rules, and never playing with matches.
Recognize the locations and functions of major human organs.
The functions of the heart, lungs, and muscles.
Determine when it is important to seek health care.
High fever, toothache, or persistent cough.
Describe how family rules and practices influence health behaviors.
Internal and External Influence - Analyze...
Consistent/inconsistent home safety rules and modeling of food- sanitation practices at home.
Describe how friends' health practices influence health behaviors of others.
Telling the truth, treating others with respect, and being tobacco-free.
Describe how the school and community influence health behaviors of children.
Health and safety fairs, school and community gardens, and recycling.
Explain the ways that rules make the classroom, school, and community safer.
Walking not running, waiting your turn, and following traffic laws.
Demonstrate health behaviors to maintain or improve personal health.
Self Management - Demonstrate the ability to...
Physical activity, kindness to others, weather safety, and universal precautions.
Support peers when making positive health choices.
Advocacy - Demonstrate the ability to...
Use a buddy system, help others recognize trusted adults as a resource, and encourage others to take turns.
New Course Descriptions: Public Opinion Surveys
Request ID: 582 | Abbreviated Title: ABC | Section: Grades Pre-K to 12 Education Course | Grade Group: Elementary
A new course must be created to adapt to the new second grade mathematics common core standards. Currently our courses are aligned with the Florida Standards. The common core standards introduces the incorporation of reading heavily into the mathematics curriculum and many of those standards are not addressed.
The following questionnaire outlines the Standards (a statement describing a specific behavior, action, or competency a student should be able to demonstrate) and Benchmarks (a clear, specific description of knowledge or skill that students should acquire in order to demonstrate achievement of the related standard) currently included in this framework. Please evaluate each Standard and Benchmark and, using the form below rate each one by selected the appropriate rating for the drop down box. Select “Keep” if you feel a line item is an appropriate skills needed to satisfy the justification for this course, “Update” if the item should be updated, “Delete if the item is no longer relevant to this framework.
MACC.K.CC.11: Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
MACC.K.CC.2.5: Count to answer “how many?”
Should a separate course be created to deal with the difference in 2nd grade math common core and state standards?
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