My Plate Nutrition Project Rubric 125 Points! Name:_
1. Handwritten Food Log
2. Food Exploration Questions
3. Super Tracker Printouts
(each chart is worth 4 points)
a. History - Total Calories
b. History - Empty Calories
Estimating Serving Sizes
Thumb= 1 ounce of food
3 ounces of food ( 1 serving of meat)
1 cup, 8 ounces of food
Tip of thumb= 1 teaspoon
1 serving of veggies
serving of chips/pretzels
Common Object Method:
My Plate Nutrition Project (Super Tracker)125 Points
Mastery Objective: You will be able to compare your food intake and physical activity with the
dietary guidelines and recommendations by using the online Super Tracker.
Food and Physical Activity Tracki
Nutrient- substance in foods required by the body to give energy, maintain tissues, and
regulate body processes.
6 essential nutrients
Functions and source of our essential nutrients
Proteins are essential for growth, development and
Using the myplate.gov website, on home page go to My Plate on the left hand corner of
the page (there is a drop down menu) Make sure you look around the web page to help
you navigate through the site to find the answers. Use the ke
Using your Responding to Emergency Books, beginning on page 127, answer the
following questions on AED and its use.
1. AED stands for what? 1pt
2. What is an ECG and what does it record? 2pt
3. Explain the two types of abnormal heart rhythms. Why wo
Mrs. Mitchells Health 3
I. What do you need?
Everyone should have a folder, preferably with pockets, and a pencil or pen.
Everyone should check the side board daily for objectives and do nows.
II. Classroom rules:
Be on time and be prepa
Components of Fitness
Physical Fitness Mini Media Center Project
If you were to put together a Personal Fitness Plan you would have to choose some type of a
cardiovascular/respiratory activity to engage in: look over the following topics and choose one to
research in th
Stroke- (a cerebro-vascular accident)- disruption of
(O2) blood flow to the brain (clot or ruptured vessel)
serious enough t
Quick Nutrition Review
1. 2 nutrients that are 4cal/gram
2. 4 fat soluble vitamins
3. No more than 30% of our cals should come from this nutrient
4. One lb of fat =
5. Nutrient needed for basic cell survival
6. Amino acids make up this nutrient
Bleeding and Shock
Ultimate is played between two teams of seven players on a large rectangular pitch.
A line drawn across the pitch at either end creates two "end zones" (like in American
Football). These are the goal-scoring areas. A goal is scored when a
Lenape High School
(Medical report(s) for less than two weeks of absence from class)
Authors Last Name, First Name and Name Of Article
Shawnee High School
LONG TERM MEDICAL REPORTS
(Medical Report(s) for more than two weeks of absence from class)
Name:_ Dates of Absence:_
Teacher:_ Period:_ Date _
P.E Final Examination: Students on a long term medical, regardless of th
Official Pickle-Ball Rules
Pickle-Ball was created during the summer of 1965 on Bainbridge Island outside of
Seattle, Washington. The original purpose of the game was to provide a sport for the
entire family. Pickle-Ball was invented by US Congre
Square Dance Unit
General Guidelines and Information:
Students will dress in regular PE attire.
Squares of eight people. 4 boys and 4 girls
Boy is on the left, girl is on his right.
Couple means two persons who are partners in the dance.
Sophomore Fitness Study Guide
Cardiovascular fitness or cardiorespiratory endurance is the capacity of the heart and lungs to deliver
blood and oxygen to the working muscles during exercise. The term aerobic has also been used as a
Hierarchy of Needs
BUILDING HEALTH SKILLS
BUILDING HEALTH SKILLS
The choices you make and the actions you take, including the foods you eat, the friends
you choose, and the activities you participate in, can affect your health. Taking
Achieving Good Mental Health
Your Mental and Emotional Health
b. The Characteristics of Good Mental/Emotional Health
1. Directly related to general level of wellness
2. better able to accept challenges and deal with failure
I. The Importance of Good Health
1. The combination of physical, mental/emotional, and social wellbeing.
B. The Health Continuum
This continuum spans the complete spectrum of health from
chronic disease and premature death to a high level of
Your Behavior and Reducing Health Risks
Understanding Health Risks
a. The first step in becoming responsible for your health is to increase your
awareness of risk behaviors.
b. Risk Behaviors
Actions that can potentially threaten
1. What was the young boys name in the story?
2. What statement did the young man make that pertained to his character?
What side of the violence was the young man on?
4. Where did the young man say most if not all of his family has been?
The Effects of Tobacco Use
Hazardous Substances in Tobacco and Tobacco Smoke:
a. Addictive ingredient
b. A substance that causes _ or psychological
c. The psychoactive active ingredient