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Planning 10 Course: Health

Planning 10 Course Tracking

Health Learning Outcomes

It is expected that students will:

  •  analyse factors that influence health (e.g., physical activity, nutrition, stress management)
  • analyse health information for validity and personal relevance
  • demonstrate an understanding of skills needed to build and maintain healthy relationships
  • analyse factors contributing to a safe and caring school (e.g., respect for diversity, prevention of harassment and intimidation)
  • evaluate the potential effects of an individual’s health-related decisions on self, family, and community
  • analyse practices that promote healthy sexual decision making (e.g., recognizing influences, accessing accurate information, applying informed decision-making skills)
  • analyse practices associated with the prevention of HIV/AIDS
  • analyse strategies for preventing substance misuse (e.g., recognizing influences, accessing accurate information, applying informed decision-making skills)
  • analyse individual and societal practices associated with road-related risk reduction and injury prevention (e.g., obeying speed limits, wearing seatbelts, driver education)

Note: Some of the Prescribed Learning Outcomes in this Health curriculum organizer
address topics that may be sensitive for some students or parents/guardians.
Refer to ministry policy regarding opting for alternative delivery of sensitive topics:
www.bced.gov.bc.ca/policy/

Assignments Health