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Students were given a study guide to help study for their test, which will be on the date listed above. Completed study guides need to be turned in prior to taking the test. If a student doesn't turn in a study guide at the start of class, they will not be able to take the test until a study hall time. A blank study guide is attached, as is a completed study guide to verify answers.

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Students will take a unit test on the date listed as due. They were given a study guide and used class time to find the necessary information. A completed study guide will be posted later in this week to help students make sure they have the correct information for the test. Attached are the study guides in case a new copy needs to be printed.

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7th and 8th grade students will be taking a test during their next Health class. Attached are the completed study guides students can use to help study and compare to their own completed study guide from last week.

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8th grade students will be taking the Social and Emotional Health Unit test this week in class.
 

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Unit study guides to prepare for the test the week after vacation. Study guides should be completed prior to taking the test and will not be used during the test. Test will be taken on the computer, so students should bring their computers to class.

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Health students in the 6th and 8th grade will be taking their tests online.
 
 

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6th Grade: Complete Study Guide for Eat Right, Feel Great unit. Test this week during class. Due date listed.
 
7th Grade: Complete Study Guide for Fitness and Nutrition unit. Test this week during class. Due date listed.
 
8th Grade: Complete Study Guide for Fitness and Nutrition unit. Test this week during class. Due date listed.

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Students will be taking their unit test online during class this week. Please bring your computers to class with you, along with your completed study guide.
 
 
 

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Part 1 (due the week before vacation): Students were asked to track the food and beverages that they eat and drank for the past week. Also needed in the amount of each item. For example, if cereal is eaten, what kind and how much (Honey Nut Cheerios and 1.5 cups, with 1/2 cup low-fat milk). Attachment '06-food-choice-journal.pdf can be used but if easier, a blank piece of paper can be used.
 
Part 2 (due the week students get back to school): Students are being asked to analyze one day from their week long food log using the attached '07-food-analysis.pdf. Students should breakdown the food they ate into the five food groups with the amounts then add up the amounts in the separate groups. They should then compare their totals with the totals under the 2000 calorie diet from the chart at the bottom. Students will then need to do a short write up of how they could make sure they are getting the correct amount for each of the five food groups. 

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Students have a study guide that they were given in class during the first week back after the Thanksgiving vacation week. 

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Students will take the body systems test online. It can be found here.

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Students were given a study guide to help get themselves ready for their test coming up. The dates of the test are listed as the due date. The study guide needs to be completed and turned in prior to taking the test as part of their formative grades.

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Attached are the completed study guides to check our answers to the questions. Reminder that the study guides are not going to be used during the test so be sure to study the information.

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Draw a picture or comic strip of yourself and label it with your name and the career, value and skill combinations you have chosen.

In writing or within your picture/comic strip, answer the following questions:

1. How would the values you chose support you in your role?

2. How often would you need the skills?

3. What would happen if you were weak in the skills or values you have chosen?

 

Reflection: answer the following questions about connecting what you learned to your present day life in a brief reflection:

1. How can these skills and values support you in your life now?

2. Are they strengths or areas in which you are trying to improve?

3. How can you work to improve them?

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Students are being asked to get a composition notebook or a one subject notebook to use and leave in the Health room. Students will be using in every health class to answer a weekly question as an informal way to check student understanding of material.
 
If, for any reason, a student is unable to get a composition notebook, please let Mr. Downs know via email and other arrangements will be made for those students.