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.3.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: 3
Strand: Health Literacy Concepts

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Independent

HE.3.C.2.In.a
Identify ways different family and friend’s traditions or customs may influence health behaviors, such as the family’s diet and eating meals together.
HE.3.C.2.In.c
Identify ways the traditions and customs of the school and community influence health behaviors of children, such as health fairs, fundraisers, and special celebrations.
HE.3.C.2.In.d
Identify selected classroom and school rules that promote health and disease prevention, such as walk/don’t run, wash hands, and keep personal areas clean, and listen to crossing guards.
HE.3.C.2.In.e
Identify positive and negative impacts media and technology may have on health, such as a positive impact—choosing healthy foods or exercising and a negative impact—inactivity or violence.
HE.3.C.2.In.f
Identify positive and negative impacts media and technology may have on health, such as a positive impact—choosing healthy foods or exercising; and a negative impact—inactivity or violence.

Supported

HE.3.C.2.Su.a
Recognize ways different family and friend’s traditions or customs may influence health behaviors, such as the family’s diet and eating meals together.
HE.3.C.2.Su.c
Recognize a way the traditions and customs of the school or community influence health behaviors of children, such as health fairs, fundraisers, and special celebrations.
HE.3.C.2.Su.d
Recognize classroom rules that promote health and disease prevention, such as walk/don’t run, wash hands, keep personal areas clean, and listen to school-crossing guards.
HE.3.C.2.Su.e
Recognize a positive and a negative impact media and technology may have on health, such as a positive impact—choosing healthy foods or exercising, and a negative impact—inactivity or violence.
HE.3.C.2.Su.f
Recognize a positive and a negative impact media and technology may have on health, such as a positive impact—choosing healthy foods or exercising; and a negative impact—inactivity or violence.

Participatory

HE.3.C.2.Pa.a
Associate a family tradition or custom with a health behavior, such as eating meals with family members.
HE.3.C.2.Pa.c
Recognize a selected tradition or custom of the school that influences health behavior, such as health fairs, fundraisers, or special celebrations.
HE.3.C.2.Pa.d
Recognize a classroom rule that promotes health and disease prevention, such as wash hands, keep personal areas clean, or practice appropriate hygiene.
HE.3.C.2.Pa.e
Recognize a positive impact media or technology may have on health, such as promoting healthy food choices.
HE.3.C.2.Pa.f
Recognize a positive impact media or technology may have on health, such as promoting healthy food choices.

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