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Unformatted text preview: Grades 4, 8, 11. • Provides a foundation of health knowledge. Content must be present. Promotion of life skills. • Focuses on health literacy. Critical thinking Problem Solving Being a good citizen • Uses teaching strategies that are motivating and highly interactive. Hands on experience in practicing life skills. • Provides right and left brain learning activities. Vary teaching styles: incorporate music, activity, and cognition. • Provides opportunities for inclusion of special needs students. • Uses a multicultural approach. For example, nutrition education and ethnic diversity. • Provides opportunities for curriculum infusion. How to incorporate health into other subjects such as math, history, art, etc. • Includes the family. • Uses community resources. For example, the cancer society. • Uses a positive approach to health education. • Includes technology....
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- Spring '99
- 30 Minutes, Dr. Maney, school health instruction