Unit Overview for Personal Development, Health and Physical Education unit of work- My Body and How I take Care of it
|Unit title: My body and how I take care of it||Stage: 3||Lessons: 5|
|Unit aim: Students learn that the body is made up of a multitude of systems which can be kept healthy in a variety of ways.|
|Strands: ||Integrated KLAs: |
|PDHPE Outcomes||Indicators||Subject matter||Assessment|
|Knowledge and Understanding: ALS3.6 Shows how to maintain and improve the quality of an active lifestyle. GDS3.9 Explains and demonstrates strategies for dealing with life changes. PHS3.12 Explains the consequences of personal lifestyle choices.|
• describes the negativeimpact of smoking onparticipation in physical activity
• prepares a multimedia presentation that shows the relationship between functions of the body systems.
• identifies the positive and negative effects of various substances on the body, eg, alcohol, tobacco
• identifies individuals and services in the community that help protect their wellbeing
• lifestyle risk factors- exercise, nutrition, smoking
• disease prevention
• effects of physical activity on the body- immediate, long term
• body systems- functions- interrelationships
• effects of nutrition, activity
• nutritional needs across lifespan
• effects of drugs- tobacco
• disease prevention- lifestyle diseases, eg development of heart disease
· Students jointly construct a PowerPoint presentation which demonstrates the interrelationships of the various body systems.
· Students are able to describe the negative affect of smoking on the body and physical activity through multiple choice and short answer questions in a quiz format.
· Students produce posters and pamphlets which identify the positive or negative affects of substances on the body.
· Students produce posters which inform the reader of services and individuals they can access to enhance their wellbeing.
|Skills:COS3.3 Communicates confidently in a variety of situations. DMS3.2 Makes informed decisions and accepts responsibility for consequences PSS3.5 Suggests, considers and selects appropriate alternatives when resolving problems.|
· Students successfully communicate an aspect of a human body system through movement.
· Students annotate a human body outline to demonstrate the consequences of their choices and the effect on their body.
|Values:V1 refers to a sense of their own worth and dignity V4 increasingly accepts responsibility for personal and community health V5 willingly participates in regular physical activity|
· Students participate in discussions to explain their understanding of the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle.
· Students produce a pamphlet or poster which explores the importance of making informed decisions to facilitate a healthy lifestyle and body.
|Other KLA outcomes||Indicators||Assessment|
|English: RS3.5 Reads independently an extensive range of texts with increasing content demands and responds to themes and issues. WS3.9 Produces a wide range of well-structured and well-presented literary and factual texts for a wide variety of purposes and audiences using increasingly challenging topics, ideas, issues and written language features. WS3.12 Produces texts in a fluent and legible style and uses computer technology to present these effectively in a variety of ways.|
- interprets a variety of literary and factual texts
- comprehends and interprets a wide variety of television programs, videos, multimedia and performances
- interprets more complex maps, charts, diagrams, graphs, photographs and other still and moving graphics
- accesses and interprets a wider range of Internet/computer texts and graphics
- Uses e-mail and Internet sources to request and receive information.
- Constructs text in a range of media, eg video, multimedia, audio.
· Students access websites to find additional information to create their own PowerPoint slide, presentation on a body system and to create a pamphlet or poster about a health issue.
· Students produce a slide for a PowerPoint presentation.
· Students watch movies which explain the way human body systems work.