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2/23/2011 1 Mental and Emotional Health Nutrition Personal Health & Physical Activity Family & Social Health Growth and Development Communicable and Chronic Diseases Alcohol, Tobacco, & other Drugs Injury Prevention & Personal Safety Consumer and Community Health Environmental Health These are the 10 traditional content areas taught in school health education Six Categories of Risk Behavior 1 2 3 4 5 6 Physical inactivity Unhealthy dietary patterns Behaviors that contribute to unintentional injuries & violence Tobacco use Alcohol & other drug use Behaviors that contribute to unintended pregnancies & STDs Diet & Activity Safety Sexual Activity Alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco Mental and Emotional Health Nutrition Personal Health & Physical Activity Family & Social Health Growth and Development Communicable and Chronic Diseases Alcohol, Tobacco, & other Drugs Injury Prevention & Personal Safety Consumer and Community Health Environmental Health Unhealthy dietary patters Physical inactivity Behaviors…uninten ded pregnancy and STDs Tobacco use Alcohol and other drug use Behaviors… unintentional injuries & violence Mental Emotional Nutrition & Fitness Human Development Disease Prevention Substance Abuse Prevention Safety & Injury Ten Content Areas CDC’s Risk Behaviors UT Core Standards 1. Comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention… 2 . Analyze influence of family, peers, culture, media, tech… 3. Access valid information and products and services to enhance health.
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