AI2_Unit6_AK_final.pdf - Unit 6 Health Sciences Wellness ANSWER KEY EXPLORING IDEAS Introduction Student Book page 194 Activity A Discuss the following

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Academic Inquiry 2 UNIT 6 ANSWER KEY Page 1 of 29 © Oxford University Press Unit 6 Health Sciences Wellness ANSWER KEY EXPLORING IDEAS Introduction Student Book page 194 Activity A Discuss the following questions with a partner or small group. 1. How do you define wellness? 2. Which aspect of wellness shown in the picture above is most important to you? 3. How does physical activity enhance wellbeing? 4. What makes you feel satisfied with your life? 5. Why might there be differences in wellbeing among students? 6. How important are friends, relatives, and colleagues to having a positive outlook in life? Answers will vary.
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Academic Inquiry 2 UNIT 6 ANSWER KEY Page 2 of 29 © Oxford University Press Student Book page 194 195 Activity B Figure 6.1 shows a wellness wheel with the seven dimensions of human wellness. The column next to the wellness wheel provides definitions for each of the different types of wellness, but in scrambled order. Think about each dimension, then find the most appropriate definition. Write the correct wellness dimension on the blank beside the definition in the right- hand column. The first one, emotional wellness , has been done for you. Wellness Dimension Definition emotional _ E understanding and exploring yourself physical _ A eating well, being physically active, and getting enough sleep environmental B improving the space around you social _ C building healthy relationships with others occupational _ D balancing work with life intellectual _ F developing your knowledge and setting goals spiritual _ G having values or beliefs that provide a greater purpose to life Student Book page 195 Activity C Work in a small group. Consider the different student activities in the box below. joining clubs or extracurricular activities cooking at home eating out with friends studying together volunteering managing your study time well meditating eating local fruits and vegetables walking in the park talking with friends or family playing team sports working a part-time job reading books gardening Decide which wellness dimension each activity relates to and add the activity to Figure 6.1 beside its dimension. Some activities might fit with more than one dimension. Add in one or two more of your own examples for each dimension. For example, you might write creating a schedule to balance study and leisure time beside occupational wellness . 1. emotional: walking in the park, talking with friends or family, volunteering (connecting with oneself), reading
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Academic Inquiry 2 UNIT 6 ANSWER KEY Page 3 of 29 © Oxford University Press 2. physical: playing team sports, cooking at home, eating local fruits and vegetable (better nutrition) 3. occupational: managing your study time well, working a part-time job, gardening (as a hobby) 4. intellectual: reading books, volunteering (goal is to gain life experience) 5. spiritual: meditating 6. environmental: eating local fruits and vegetable, walking in the park, gardening 7. social: joining clubs or extracurricular activities,playing team sports, joining club activities,
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