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HLH3010T: Hlth Ed (2014-2015)

CURRICULUM PROGRAM: Virtual School Program
CALENDAR YEAR: 2014-2015

Major Concepts/Content:

This course will help students develop the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions that allow them to stay active, safe and informed. The lessons and activities are designed to introduce the student to important aspects of the main types of health: emotional and mental, social and consumer, and physical. Among other topics, students will explore nutrition, understanding and avoiding disease, first aid and CPR, and human sexuality. Students will find out about the components of a healthy lifestyle and ways to approach making healthy choices and decisions.

Major Instructional Activities:

Instruction is aligned to the development needs, interests, strengths, and cultural diversity of students. Students gather valid information; communicate thoughts and feeling; analyze influences; demonstrate health care and disease prevention practices; and make decisions that focus on continuous progress toward improved competency in physical, intellectual, emotional, spiritual, and social health. The application of health concepts and literacy skills through student self or group directed and differentiated learning activities and the use of appropriate resources and technology are emphasized. Ultimately, parents are viewed as the primary health educators of young people; and, along with community resources, they are encouraged to be partners in the school-based health education program.

DoDEA Health Education Standards

Course Objectives:

After completing the course, students will be able to:

  1. Discuss concepts and applications of the main types of health: mental and emotional, social and consumer, and physical.
  2. Discuss methods and strategies for informed decision-making for healthy life choices.
  3. Apply their value system to decisions concerning mental, emotional, and physical health.
  4. Demonstrate communication skills that demonstrate healthy choices with respect for self, family, and others.
  5. Utilize online sources, parents, friends, and community members that will assist in making healthy life choices.

Course Outline:
  • Module One:-Social and Consumer Health
  • Module Two : Mental and Emotional Health
  • Module Three -Preventing Disease
  • Module Three - First Aid and CPR
  • Module Four - Nutrition
  • Module Five - Human Sexuality
  • Module Six - Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco Awareness

Essential Software:


There is no textbook required for this course. All of the instructional content is available online within the course.