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Chapter 8. Lesson 3: Practicing Abstinence

1.     Define and know examples of priorities and self control.

2.     Know the difference between intimacy and infatuation.

3.     What are three negative consequences of teen sexual activity?

4.     Approximately how many teenage girls become pregnant every year in the U.S?

5.     How can teen parenthood harm an individual mentally and socially?

Chapter 16.  Lessons 2-3: Male and Female Reproductive System.

6.     Know the difference between sperm and semen.

7.     The female reproductive system has several functions, including producing female sex hormones and storing the__________________________

8.     A female at birth has more than ____________immature ova in her ovaries.

9.     Define Uterus.

10.  The process of__________ is controlled by the release of luteinizing hormone by the pituitary gland.

11.  Define Fallopian Tubes.

12.  Define Endometrium.

13.  The fertilization of an egg by a sperm produces a cell called a _____________

14.  When the zygote leaves the fallopian tube, it enters the ________ and attaches itself to this wall. The fetus remains here until birth.

15.  What happens during day 21 of a female’s menstrual cycle.

16.  What is the second leading cause of death for women in the U.S?

Chapter 17. Lesson 1: Prenatal Development and Care

17.   Define Cell Division.

18.  What is the difference between conception and implantation?

19.   True or False: The embryo is called a fetus after about eight weeks.

20.   A cluster of cells that develops between the 3rd and 8th week of pregnancy is called ?

21.   True or False: The umbilical cordis a ropelike structure that connects the fetus with the mother’s placenta.

22.  Define amniotic sac and placenta.

23.   Know the difference between a zygote, embryo, and a fetus.

24.  What are the main nutrients a woman should get during pregnancy?

25.  What is the difference between identical and fraternal twins?

26.  Define fetal alcohol syndrome.

27.  What are the 4 hazards women should avoid in the environment?

28.  Define premature birth, miscarriage, stillbirth, and ectopic pregnancy.

29.  What are the three steps in childbirth?

30.  How is the diet of a pregnant female important to the growing fetus?

Human Body WebQuest  

Human Body WebQuest

You are now beginning a study of the human body. It is important that we understand how our bodies work so that we will be able to take good care of them. Your body is covered by your largest organ and it’s supported from within by your foundation, your skeletal system! All of your body systems have to work together in order to keep you alive and well. You will be exploring the parts of your body by using web resources and answering the questions that correlate to the specific questions. You may use the resources on this page, or you may use search engines to find what you’re looking for. Answer each question on your paper with complete sentences.

·       You will only complete Muscular, Circulatory, Respiratory, Digestive and Nervous System questions.


Ø  Muscular system



1. What is the function/importance of the muscular system?
2. What are the 3 types of muscles, describe each?
3. Muscle action can be voluntary or involuntary, explain what that means and give an example of each?


Ø  Circulatory System

1. What is the primary function of the circulatory system?
2. What are the main organs/parts involved in the circulatory system?

3. What is blood made of, explain each?
4. What is the function of the heart?
5. How many chambers does the heart have? 
6. What are the three types of blood vessels, describe each?


Ø  Respiratory System

1. What is the primary function of the respiratory system?
2. What is respiration?
3. Describe how the following parts of the body aid in respiration:
Nose, Pharynx, Larynx, Trachea, Bronchi, and Lungs. 
4. How do you breathe? Include the rib muscles, Diaphragm and Cellular respiration.


Ø  Digestive System

1. What is the function of the digestive system?
2. What are the main organs involved in the digestive system?
3. What are the two types of digestion, describe each?
4. What is peristalsis?
5. What is the path food takes once it is put into the mouth?
6. Where does the absorption of nutrients take place?


Ø  Nervous System

1. What is the central nervous system?
2. What are the main organs/parts involved in the CNS?
3. What is the Peripheral nervous system?
4. What is an impulse?
5. What is a synapse?
6. What are the 3 parts of the brain and what is their job?

Physical Fitness Project- Due 11.6.17  

Students will work in groups to complete ONE of the projects listed below. Each group will only have to complete one topic. They will need to research the topic, make an educational video/PowerPoint/poster about their topic.

Any of the topics can be made into a video. Video has to be at least 5 minutes long. ALL students must participate in the project. You can do a poster or PowerPoint if you choose not to make a video. All group topics have to have educational and accurate information. All groups will present their presentations. 10 minutes.

If you choose to work alone, the project is still due at the same time… but you do not have to present. You can present for extra credit. The extra credit will be given according to quality and quantity of presentation. There is no time limit for presenting alone.

Here are the topics to choose from:

·       Create a chart that lists in one column problems and injuries that may result from physical activity and in the other column what to do when the injury occurs. This can be completed in a video, on poster board, or PowerPoint.

·       Prepare a video that could be used to teach younger students about fitness safety and avoiding injuries. 5 minutes Ch. 12: Lesson 4

·       Plan a personal activity program that would appeal to a male teen and another program that would appeal to a female teen in their local area. Have similarities and differences. This can be completed in a video, on poster board, or PowerPoint.

·       What does it take to become a certified personal trainer and where in Enterprise a person can become certified? This can be completed in a video, on poster board, or PowerPoint.

·       Draw five columns on a sheet of paper, labeled “Cost, Location, Schedule, health, and Safety” Add examples and pictures of how each influence might affect your physical activity choices. This can be completed on poster board or PowerPoint.

·       Prepare your own workout video ( lifting weights or exercise video)

·       Topic approved by Mrs. Ensley

Project is due Monday, November 6th.  

MyPyramid & Meal Log Analysis  

Tuesday, October 24th 

Meal Logs are due today.

Quick Notes on MyPyramid.

We will input our days into MyPyramid SuperTracker and then analysis our food intake for the 3 days.

Bring a Nutrition Facts Label to class on Friday, Thursday, October 26th

Nutrition Exam: Tuesday, October 31st 

Meal Log Analysis

The questions in the bold might be different according to the application you used to record your meals. Use your best judgment on answering the bold questions. You will answer the bold questions for 3 days.

¡  Daily Calorie Limit:                Allowance      Eaten           Remaining

¡  Are you under or above any of the daily food groups or (Vitamins)? If yes, which ones? 

¡  How much fat was in your daily limit?

¡  How much sodium did you receive in one day?

¡  What was your status of your Sugars?

In the table below, please list the changes that you need to make to your diet:

Foods to be added and why

Foods to be eliminated and Why









Follow up Questions:

The following questions are based on your entire meal log

1.     Does your family have any special dietary rules?

2.     Based on the analysis of your meal log, are you satisfied that you are providing your body with the correct amounts of nutrients you need stay healthy? Please justify your answer.

3.     Did I have nutrient dense foods with every meal or every snack?

4.     Did I eat enough fruits, vegetables and fiber from whole grains?

5.     Did I plan for healthy snacking to help conquer cravings?

6.     Looking at your food journal, did you observe any relationship between your feelings recorded at the times you ate and the type of foods consumed?

7.     What are some of the psychological factors that influence the way people eat?

Which of these factors are important to your dietary pattern?


8.     Would you describe your dietary intake on the days you kept the food journal as typical of your usual intake? Please explain?

October 12th 2017  

Thursday, October 12th


Hello and welcome to a new school year and a new course of health education. I will be sending out emails everyday with our lesson plan and with the school announcements. If you do not want to receive emails, I will remove you from my distribution list. Listed below is t my lesson plan and then the school announcements. My classroom is 162-near the lunchroom and the PAC.

Health 10/12/17: Health Syllabus and start on the health introduction essay that is due Friday, October 13th at the end of class.


Assignment: This assignment is a going to be your typical English style paper with 5 paragraphs. It should include an introduction paragraph, 3 body paragraphs, and a conclusion. You will be writing/typing your paper on the following topics:

1. What do you think health is?

2. What do you hope to learn about in health?

3. What do you hope we don't learn about in health?

You can also include the following:

· What did you do this summer?

· Extracurricular Activities/ Hobbies and Interests?

· Name some good things in your life.

· What do you value most in your life?

· What is something interesting about you that will help me get to know you

· What do you hope to learn in Health this semester?

This is due Friday, October 13th at the end of class. You may turn it in on paper or email me at aensley@enterpriseschools.netHealth Ch. 1 & 2 Exam is Tuesday, October 17th

Skeletal System  

Skeletal System

·       Chapter 14 in the textbook. You may also use your device to find credible resources to help answer the following questions. You do not have to use the links provided.


Ø  Station 1: Use your headphones or the headphones provided and watch the “Skeletal Rap” and answer the following questions:


1.     How many bones were we given?

2.     Bones produce __________ inside their inner “tube”

3.     What does the Axial Skeletal System consist of?

4.     What does the Axial system protect and support?

5.     What function does the Appendicular system have?

6.     What does the Appendicular System consist of?

7.     What connect Bone to Bone?

8.     What connects Bones to Muscle Tissue?

9.     What joint only allows arms and legs to move back and forth?

10.  What joint lets our wrists move?

11.  Describe the Ball-and-Socket joint

Ø  Station 2: Go the websites below and define and draw the following bones.


1.     Clavicle Bone

2.     Body of Sternum

3.     Coccyx

4.     Patella

5.     Scapula



Ø  Station 3: Go the website below and search for the skeletal diseases.

Diseases of the Skeletal System


What are the 7 most common diseases of the skeletal system? Define them.




Ø  Station 4: Go to the website below.  What are Bones? Describe the following parts of the bone:


1.     Periosteum

2.     Compact Bone

3.     SpongyBone

4.     Bone Marrow

Ch. 13 Skin Structure & Function- Ears-Nose-Ears  

Function & Structure of the Skin

1. What is the largest organ of the human body?

2. What are the two main layers of the skin?


3. Cells in the _________make lipids which makes your body ______________

4.  ___________contains the ___________  __________ which helps skin from drying out.

5. ______________________ a layer of fat and connective tissue located beneath the dermis.

6.  What are the 7 main functions of the skin?



7. What are three habits you can do to keep your skin healthy?


8.  What vitamins and minerals are GREAT for your skin?

9.  List and define the 7 skin problems.



10. Define Melanoma.

11. Define the ABCDs of Melanoma.

12. What are 4 ways to protect your skin from the sun’s damaging rays?


13.  Explain the causes of acne. How is acne treated?

14. What viruses can you potentially contract through getting a tattoo?

15.  What is function and structure of hair?


16. What is the function and structure of nails?

Complete Ch. 13 vocabulary


Chapter 13: Lessons 2-3

1. What is the pulp of the tooth?

2. Explain how tooth decay happens.


3. Dentists may apply a sealant to teeth to protect them from decay. How do sealants work?


4. Explain which layers of the tooth are sensitive, and explain which layers are now.


5.  What happens to the eyes that have cataracts?


6. Explain the function of the wax and tiny hairs in the ear canal.


7. Compare and contrast conductive hearing loss and sensorineural hearing loss.



8. If gingivitis is left untreated, it may destroy the bone tissue that supports the tooth . What may happen to the tooth that is supported by the affected bone?

9. Which important structure of the eye has no solid mass?

10. In 5-7 sentences explain what corneal transplants are and how they can be used to help visually impaired students today.


11. Using the table in Figure 13.9 on page 370, compare and contrast different eye problems. Identify the two basic categories of eye problems then compare and contrast the causes and treatments of different problems within each category.


12. A recent anthropological study found that Americans typically think of dental health problems as cosmetic issues rather than diseases. For example, Americans tend to put cavities and gum disease in a more superficial category, rather than in the same category as heart disease and diabetes. Explain how this concept of dental health might negatively influence how well Americans care for their teeth.



Physical Fitness Stations  

Station 1- Slow Burn Exercising

Read the article “The Slow Burn of Exercising” by Oregon Regenerative Medicine.


·       On your own paper, explain which elements of fitness might be improved by doing slow motion exercises.


·       Does slow motion exercising improve cardiorespiratory endurance? Explain.


Station 2- BMI Calculations

v Read the entire page about BMI Calculations:


v Calculate your BMI using



v Assessment: Complete the following questions about BMI


 1. What does BMI use to calculate your body fat percentage?

 2. Are you happy with your current BMI? Why or why not?

 3. What percentile do you fall into for your BMI?

 4. What is the best way to determine your BMI?

 5. What is common for kid to do during puberty?

 6. How can a BMI sometimes fall short?


Station 3- Target Heart Rate Calculations

On Friday, you calculated your resting heart rate. Now, calculate your target heart by using the formula given on Friday. The directions for RHR and THR are listed below:

  To measure your heart rate, simply check your pulse. Place your index and third fingers on your neck to the side of your windpipe. To check your pulse at your wrist, place two fingers between the bone and the tendon over your radial artery — which is located on the thumb side of your wrist.

  When you feel your pulse, count the number of beats for one minute

1. _________ Resting Heart Rate

2. 220- Your age= Maximum Heart Rate

3. Subtract your resting heart rate from your maximum heart rate

 ________Maximum heart rate - ________ resting heart rate

4. _________ Answer from #3 multiply by .60 =__________

5. _________ Answer from #3 multiply by .85 =__________

6. _________ Answer from # 4 + Resting Heart Rate=_______

7. _________Answer from # 5 + Resting Heart Rate=_______

               The results from #6 and #7 represent your target heart rate.


§  Answer the following questions about Target Heart Rate

                       1. Why would it be important for someone to know their target heart rate range?

                       2. How could you use your target heart range to benefit your heart?

                       3. What is a normal resting heart rate for adults?

                       4. What is a normal resting heart rate for adolescents above age 10?

                       5. What does a lower resting heart rate say about a person?

Station 4- Getting your Z’s

v Task 1: Sleep experts to teens: Please, get your zzz’s. Read the article from CNN and write a 5 sentence summary on what you learned.


v Task 2: Complete extra credit, or finish a station you were unable to complete. ( Station Directions & Project Directions are located on the EHS Website under my name)


Station 5: The Heart is a Pump

v Task 1: Heart Pump Activity- Read the directions on the Fitness Zone Online Worksheet and complete the heart pump activity. Answer the two evaluation questions.



v Task 2: Blood Flow Sequence Evaluation on Page 4 & 5- Look at the heart and describe the importance of that part of the heart.


Station 6: Terminology & Catch Up

v Make sure you know the following vocabulary terms:

—Cool-Down                                                             Isotonic

—Sedentary                                                              Isometric

—Specificity                                                              Isokinetic

—Aerobic Exercise                                                      F.I.T.T Principle

—Muscle Cramps                                                        Stages of a Workout

—Hypothermia                                                           Progression

—Frostbite                                                                Heat Stroke

—Sprains                                                                  Heat Exhaustion

—Resting Heart Rate                                                   Physical Activity

—Anaerobic Exercise                                                   Flexibility

—Overexertion                                                           Muscular Strength & Endurance

—Overload                                                                Strains



v If you know the vocabulary terms you can work on your project, complete extra credit, complete make-up work or finish a station you were unable to complete. ( Station Directions & Project Directions are located on the EHS Website under my name)




Enterprise Fast Food Makeover

Fast Food Makeover

Directions: Using the GoogleTreks Enterprise Fast Food Makeover, find the menu for one fast food restaurant where you listed that you like to eat at. Choose 3 items from the menu that you might typically order and write them in the box below. Look up the amount of calories and fat in each of your items and then add up the totals from your meal.

Example: Menu from a Burger Restaurant:                                          My menu from:_______________ (Burger Restaurant)








Quarter Pound w/Cheese






 Large French Fries






Chocolate Milkshake












Now try to makeover your meal by choosing healthier items. Choose 3 items from the same menu that add up to less than 600 calories and less than 25 grams of total fat and write them in the box.

Example: Healthier Menu Makeover:                                                     My Healthier Menu Makeover From:







 Small French Fries  



Bottle of Water






















Now that you’ve seen hot to cut back on the amount of calories and fat in your fast food meal, try to makeover a meal from a pizza restaurant, a Mexican restaurant, and one restaurant of your choice. Remember that your healthier menu should add up to less than 600 calories and less than 25 grams of total fat.

My Menu from_______________________(Pizza)                              My Healthier Menu Makeover From:

































My Menu from_______________________(Mexican)                       My Healthier Menu Makeover From:

































My Menu from_______________  (Favorite Restaurant)                   My Healthier Menu Makeover From:
































Nutrition WebQuest  

Wednesday, October 18th 
Nutrition Webquest. Students can use Chapter 10 in the health textbook, devices, or the notes attached
(located on EHS website under my name & Forms) to complete the Nutrition Webquest.

Nutrition WebQuest 

Directions: Please write your answers on your own paper. You may find a copy in Email, Edmodo, and EHS Website. Using the Nutrition WebQuest GoogleTreks; answer the following questions. If you cannot find the answers using the websites provide, you can always use your Health book.  

Part A

1.     List 5 ways your body uses nutrients

2.     What are the 6 types of nutrients?

·       What are the only 3 nutrients that provide you with energy?

3.    What are Carbohydrates?

·       How much of your daily calories should come from carbohydrates?

·       Define and give examples of the three types of carbohydrates.

·       What are the benefits of fiber? Why can your body not digest fiber?

4.    What are Proteins?

·       How much of your daily calories should come from Proteins?

·       What are essential amino acids?

5.    What are Fats?

·       How much of your daily calories should come from Fats?

·       Define and give examples of the three types of fats.

Part B

1.    What is the main difference between vitamins and minerals?

2.    Define Deficiency in terms of nutrition and vitamins/minerals.

3.    Compare and Contrast Water Soluble and Fat Soluble Vitamins.

4.    What are three functions that are essential for the body that water provides?

For each vitamin state the natural ways to the get vitamin (foods), whether it is fat soluble or water soluble, the benefits of the vitamin, and the deficiencies of the vitamin.



Fat/Water Soluble

















































Part C

1.     What are the 5 basic food groups?

2.     What is the most important meal of the day?

3.     What are three examples of nutrient-dense foods?

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