Standard 2: Internal and External Influence - Analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology, and other factors on health behaviors.


General Information
Number: HE.K.C.2
Title: Internal and External Influence - Analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology, and other factors on health behaviors.
Type: Standard
Subject: Health Education
Grade: K
Strand: Health Literacy Concepts

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Related Access Points

This cluster includes the following access points.

Independent

HE.K.C.2.In.a
Recognize healthy behaviors that family members should practice, such as brushing teeth, staying home when sick, and receiving immunizations.
HE.K.C.2.In.b
Recognize actions associated with friendship (honesty, caring, and spending time with you).
HE.K.C.2.In.c
Recognize members of the school who support personal- health practices and behaviors, such as a teacher and the school nurse.
HE.K.C.2.In.d
Recognize the importance of rules to maintain health, such as avoiding accidents by walking instead of running, waiting one’s turn, and keeping hands and feet to oneself.

Supported

HE.K.C.2.Su.a
Recognize a healthy behavior that family members should practice, such as brushing teeth or staying home when sick.
HE.K.C.2.Su.b
Associate actions with friendship (honesty, caring, and spending time with you).
HE.K.C.2.Su.c
Recognize a member of the school who supports personal- health practices and behaviors, such as a teacher or a school nurse.
HE.K.C.2.Su.d
Recognize the importance of a rule to maintain health, such as walking instead of running, waiting one’s turn, or keeping hands and feet to oneself.

Participatory

HE.K.C.2.Pa.a
Associate a healthy behavior with a family member, such as brushing teeth or staying home when sick.
HE.K.C.2.Pa.b
Explore actions associated with friendship (honesty, caring, and spending time with you).
HE.K.C.2.Pa.c
Associate an adult in the classroom with personal-health practices and behaviors, such as a teacher.
HE.K.C.2.Pa.d
Associate a classroom rule with health, such as waiting one’s turn or keeping hands and feet to oneself.

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