Health 1 / 100 Pts.
Health 1 Projects
A power point (save on Cherokee H Drive, or PC (do not use a MAC)
& then put on a flash key (please use 24 or larger font!)
1. Title page (topic / picture / name(s) / period)
2. Slides for ea
Freshman Health Final Exam Review
*Read the following information using your health book, handouts, and other class information.
Good Luck on your exam!
Current Event Topics
1. Two separate paragraphs page summary & page reaction (typed/double
spaced no larger than 12 font at least 20 lines!)
2. Include website or print 1st page of article
3. Problem with printer handwritt
I. Joints of the Body
1. Jointa. Pivot Jointb. Hinge Jointc. Ball-and-socket d. Gliding Joint2. Limitations on range of motion
a. Ligamentsb. Musclec. Tendon-
II. The Importance of Flexibility
Chapter 8 Muscular Strength/ Endurance
Muscular Strength vs. Endurance
Muscular StrengthMuscular Endurance3 types of muscle fibers
Each is specific an unique with their purpose
Either Aerobic or Anaerobic
All are activated during all activity
1. Somatotypes- Your body type
3 different Somatotypes
_- A lean, slender body type
Gaining weight is a little more difficult
Endomorph- Rounder heavier somatotype
Staying lean can prove to be harder with this
I. Nutrients- The body needs the following essential
nutrients to function properly:
Protein- Bodys _block
a. There are 4 calories per gram of protein
b. Most important function is their role
Chapter 2 note sheet
Components of Fitness
Do Now: From middle and elementary school list as many physical fitness tests that you did in
Physical Education class.
5 health- related fitness components
These five _are the measure by which you a
Service Learning Project
So many of us have been affected by cancer in some way. Write down the names of three people
you know that have had cancer.
This year in our health class we are going to talk about fighting cancer, and how we can aid in
Service Learning Media Center Questions
Since you are turning in this worksheet, it would be in your best interest to have a separate paper
containing all the information you gathered during this period. Please open a new word
document and copy and paste
Service Learning Paper
At LEAST two FULL pages
Size 12 font
Typed: Times New Roman
Cover page that includes name, period, and date
Needs to be presented in a folder (on one side should be the paper, on the other any
documentation of yo
The Three Cs
b. How many are
a. Have a bystander
b. Make sure
a. Care for the
b. Make a
What are you checking for?
VI. Moving the Victim
How Infections Occur
i. Microorganism, a _
ii. They enter
natural defense and cause _
iii. Most of the infectious diseases are caused by
b. Bacteria and Viruses
How Are Infections Spread?
Chapter 8: Internal and External Bleeding
What Is Blood?
i. Transporting oxygen, _
ii. Protecting against disease by _and
defending against pathogens
iii. _by circulating
throughout the body
b. Liquid Portion
1. What are the functions of blood?
2. What is the liquid portion of blood called?
3. What makes up the solid portion of blood?
4. What are the functions of arteries, veins, and capillaries?
5. Why is internal bleeding dangerous?
Sudden Illness Questions
What causes someone to faint?
What are two triggers of fainting?
What usually causes injury when someone faints?
What are some signs and symptoms of a diabetic emergency?
How does insulin relate to dia
What are some signs and symptoms of shock? Please underline the most common
sign of shock.
What are some situations that will most likely cause shock?
Name some conditions that may result in shock?
Why does the heart beat faste
Chapter 3 Assisted Notes
Seat Belt Law:
Who in the vehicle must wear a seat belt when the driver has their permit or provisional driver
How do seat belts help a person who is in a passenger vehicle?
Tips for Sea
Chap 4 Notes
Safe Driving Rules and Regulations
Rules and Regulations for Safe Driving
Exceeding the speed limit is a common cause of fatal and other types of accidents.
Always obey the speed limit.
Keep up with the flow of traffic at any l
New Jersey Driver Manual Chapter 5
I. Preventing Accidents
1. Be _- expect the other driver will make a mistake.
2. Be _- always know what to do in any
3. Act _- Do not panic, just Act
Chapter 6 and 7 notes
Chapter 6-Drinking, Drugs and Health
*Effects of Alcohol
Unrealistic _ in driving ability
Unable to think clearly
Make more _while driving
Driving under the influenceHow Much Is Too Much?
BAC is determined by 4 facto
Other Road Users
Be aware of pedestrian activities
_are often victims of traffic accidents
4,784 pedestrians fatalities at intersections
Look for signs that mark special hazard areas
Chapter 10 questions
Read through the License Renewal Paragraph
1. Can you renew a license before it expires or do you have to wait until the exact
day it expires? You can renew it before (up to 90 days prior)
2. What happens to someone who does not