Title: Interpersonal Communication - Demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal-communication skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks.
Subject: Health Education
Strand: Health Literacy Responsible Behavior
This cluster includes the following benchmarks.
Related Access Points
This cluster includes the following access points.
Recognize healthy ways to express needs, wants, and feelings in the classroom, such as telling the teacher about needs or fears, and reporting aggression.
Identify good listening skills that enhance health, such as focusing on the speaker and not interrupting.
Identify ways to respond in an unwanted, threatening, or dangerous situation, such as leaving, telling a trusted adult, and saying “no.”
Recognize a healthy way to express needs and wants in the classroom, such as telling the teacher or reporting aggression.
Recognize good listening skills that enhance health, such as focusing on the speaker and not interrupting.
Recognize ways to respond to threatening classroom situations, such as leaving, telling a trusted adult, and saying “no.”
Recognize a way to communicate a personal need or want in the classroom.
Recognize a good listening behavior to enhance health, such as looking at the person who is speaking.
Recognize a way to respond in a selected unwanted or threatening situation.
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