Health 7


Unit Essential Questions Habits Of Mind Content Skills and Processes Assessment Resources Multicultural Dimension Integrated Learning
Human Sexuality/Body Image

What is happening to my body?
How do babies grow?
How do I stay safe sexually?

What is abstinence?

What are my sexual organs and how do they function?

What is abuse?

What is sexual orientation?

How dos the media influence me?

What are common body image pressures in today's society?

What is an eating disorder?


Visual, auditory,

*Cells, tissues, organs, body systems

*Fetal growth and development
*Reproductive system and human anatomy

*Gender tollerance

*understanding orientation

*exploring body image issues

*Defining eating disorders

*Understanding how media influences social norms.

*Understanding how abstinence keeps you safe and healthy

*Brief overview of child abuse and the law




*Identify the relationships between cells, tissues, organs, and other body systems during pregnancy
*Student can identify fetal growth and developmental stages
*Identify strategies and functions of the reproductive system

*Identify differences in sexual orientation

*Student conceptually understands the idea of tolerance

*Students strengthen their awareness of media influence on them

*Students can identify the risks and potential hazzads of an eating disorder and know when to access help for themself or others

*Identify what sex abuse is and know how to report it for themselves or others

inclass participation and contribution to discussion of concepts that reflects understanding

written film notes

personal reflection and journaling



Human Reproduction-National Geographic Film

Health ETR Curriculum

library books



Sexual Diversity

reference and tie in with drug and alcohol unit regarding drug impacts during neonatal development

Social norming drugs and alcohol using FCD data

Social norming for sexual orientation

Injury Prenvention

How do I stay safe and healthy?
What do I do if someone is sick or hurt?

What do I do in a natural disaster?

What do I do to maintain  motorized and non-motorized vehicle safety?

How do I stay safe while participating in physical activities?

How do I keep my home environment safe?

Visual, auditory, kinesthetic

*Sports and outdoor activity safety

*Environmental hazards

*Vision care

*First aid
*EMS and 911

*Identify safety concerns
*Acknowledge risks in physical activity (including sports and outdoor activity)
*Demonstrate concern for self and others through safe play
*Explore environmental hazards
*Demonstrate safe and sanitary food handling practices
*Practice proper vision protection

*Identify heartattack and stroke symptoms
*Identify common athletic injuries and practice appropriate first aid (RICE - Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation)
*Recognize emergency situations and activate EMS - Emergency Medical Services (911)
*Demonstrate knowledge of immobilizing joints and limbs through splinting
*Recognition and treatment of heat/cold related illnesses, choking, severe bleeding, shock

Practical hands on demonstration

written knowledge post and pre test



Tualatin Fire Dept including guest speaker

Think First Oregon OHSU

American Heart Assoc kit


Drugs and Alcohol I

How do I keep myself and others safe?

visual, kinesthectic, auditory

How does addiction occur in the neuron and synaptic regions of the brain?

How does tolerance impact the brain at the cellular level?

What body organs are effected by drugs and alcohol, both short and long term impacts?

Why is the liver different in a teenager vs. an adult and how does this put teens at greater risk for addiction?

In the brain's bio-chemical structure, how does depression and loss of pleasurable feelings occur after moderate use?

Why do alcohol, marijuana and other drugs impair memory?

Why do alcohol, marijuana and other drugs cause accidents?

How can someone who has a problem get help?

What are some strategies for remaining free of chemical dependency?

How does delaying use during puberty positively impact one to be at lower risk for addiction as an adult?

Why do positive peer environments provide the best safegaurds and create the helathiest teen choices?

How does Marijuana act in your body?

How does nicotine effect your body?

How to report drug and alcohol concerns to an adult

How to access 911 in a drug or alcohol related emergency



Students will be able to  describe the effects of drugs and alcohol as it pertains to physical, emotional, social and legal implications and make learning connections in class discussion.

Student will clearly write about content and applications to real life.

Student will practice analyzing situations and evaluating appropriate responses.

Students will role play and practice using assertiveness skills.

pre and post tests to evaluate learning.

journal and DVD notation

participate in class discussions describing and understanding of D and A issues

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Project Alert

Human Relations Media Inc.


Discuss cultural norms and values around alcohol and drug use European vs. United States


Integrates with content on neonatal development