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Peer Counseling

Pace Chart
Mrs. Anderson
Peer Counseling Instructor
Cell/Text: 407-801-3222 Email: lacey.anderson@ocps.net
Please print out and follow this pace chart. Each week's assignments are due by Friday.
If all assignments are not turned in by the Sunday after the due date, you will be considered behind pace.

DUE DATE

Cohort 8
ASSIGNMENTS (check off when completed)

o
o
o
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8/30/16
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9/6/16
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9/13/16
Grace Period End o
o
9/20/16
o
11/20/15
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12/4/15
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12/11/15
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12/18/15
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1/8/16
o
Completion
8/23/16

Entrance Survey
Segment Pretest
Believe: Lesson 01 Success is Growing!
Believe: Lesson 02 Take Action
See: Lesson 03 Set Your Goals
See: Lesson 04 Use Your Resources
Achieve: Lesson 05 Succeed in Class
Achieve: Lesson 05 Discussion-Based Assessment (DBA)
Achieve: Lesson 06 Build Your Network
Grow: Lesson 07 Stay Strong
Grow: Lesson 08 Be Proud
Fly: Lesson 09 Know Yourself
Fly: Lesson 10 Your Super Future
Exit Survey
Segment Exam

OCVS follows the Orange County Public School calendar, so you are not required
to work during the holiday weeks. As a virtual student, you have access to your
online courses 24/7 and you are encouraged to work during these weeks,
especially if you are behind pace. The holiday weeks for this school year are:
November 23rd-27th for Thanksgiving Break, December 21st-January 1st for
Winter Break, and March 21st-25th for Spring Break.

Learning Goals
Module 1 (Believe):
The student will predict how healthy behaviors can affect health status.

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Module 2 (See):
The student will explain skills needed to communicate effectively with family, peers,
and others to enhance health, predict how healthy behaviors can affect health
status, and examine barriers that can hinder healthy decision making.

Module 3 (Achieve):
The student will demonstrate strategies to prevent, manage, or resolve interpersonal
conflicts without harming self or others, and analyze the validity of ways to ask for
and offer assistance to enhance the health of self and others.
Module 4 (Grow):
The student will assess refusal, negotiation, and collaboration skills to enhance
health and avoid or reduce health risks.

Module 5 (Fly):
The student will appraise the potential short-term and long-term outcomes of each
alternative on self and others, interpret the interrelationships of mental/emotional,
intellectual, physical, and social health, as well as evaluate reports based on data.