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HEALTH CURRICULUM

EVELINA MACLANG-VICENCIO Dean, College of Education University of the East

The Team

MODULE & TEACHING GUIDE WRITERS GRADE 1

Prof. Josefina Era-de Guzman Mrs. Jennifer Quinto Mrs. Flormay Manalo Ms. Rhodora Formento Dr. Ma. Lourdes Pacaldo Dr. Teodora Conde Mrs. Lualhati Callo Mr. Mark Kenneth Camiling

UE DepEd UE UPIS UE DepEd PSHS UP

LANGUAGE EDITORS
Dr. Milagros Arias Prof. Cynthia Diaz Prof. Bernadette Santos Dr. Ma. Lourdes Tayao Dr. Josefina Tuazon UE UE UE UE UP

CONSULTANT

Convenor
Dr. Evelina Maclang-Vicencio UE

60 mins.BASIC INFORMATION • Learning Area: Health Education (MAPEH) • Time Allotment: – Grade 1 – Grades 2-4 – Grades 5-6 – Grades 7-10 40/30 mins. . 40 mins./week 30 mins.

BASIC INFORMATION • Language of Instruction – Grades 1-3 Mother Tongue – Grades 4-5 Filipino – Grades 6-10 English .

A Basis of the Curriculum: SCHOOL HEALTH DATA • • • • • • • • • 97% have dental caries 67% suffer from parasitism 40% pediculosis (kuto) 15% are undernourished 3% are overweight Iron deficiency anemia Hearing and visual impairment (Impacted cerumen) Upper Respiratory Infection National situation among areas: road safety. drugs .

620 270 900 810 EPP.080 1.Comparative Life Span and Time Allotment in Minutes per Week for Subjects in Grades 1-6 in Four Asian Countries (SEAMEO-INNOTECH.400 540 1.500 500 750 2. Design & Technology/ ICT 600 180 180 .080 180 1.950 1.800 1.740 360 1.500 1.620 2. 2011) Philippines Life Expectancy at Birth (2005) 71 Singapore 80 Malaysia 74 Brunei Darussalam 77 SUBJECTS Mother Tongue/ National Language English Science Mathematics Social Studies MAPEH Character Education/ Islamic & Moral Education 1.950 1.800 1.080 1.250 1.100 1.620 810 1.890 360 1.980 1.

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Content Areas in Health Education Growth and Development • Developmental milestones in childhood and adolescence • Personal health • Development of selfmanagement skills .

social. mental. and spiritual health • Prevention and management of personal health problems . emotional.Content Areas in Health Education Personal Health (*} • Development and practice of behaviors promoting physical.

psychological and social needs. • Diseases and disorders that arise from improper eating habits .Content Areas in Health Education Nutrition (*) • Recognition of the nutrients children and adolescents need • Analysis of quality and quantity of food intake • Development of proper eating habits to meet physiological.

Content Areas in Health Education Substance Use and Abuse • Their identification • Causes • Effects on the person. the family. society and the nation • Prevention and control .

values and standards of behavior regarding sexuality and responsible parenthood .Content Areas in Health Education Family Health • Human life cycle related to personal interactions within the family – nurtures the individual – provides a home environment • Enhances growth as a person • Improves development of ideals.

Content Areas in Health Education Prevention and control of diseases and disorders • Prevention and control of communicable and non-communicable diseases and disorders. through – Development of health habits and practices – Health programs supported by legislation – Provision of health services in the school and in the community .

effects.Content Areas in Health Education Injury Prevention. and prevention of accidents and injuries • Promotion of safe environments – safety programs procedures and services – first aid education . Safety and First Aid (*) • Causes.

and services . products. selection and use of health information.Content Areas in Health Education Consumer Health • Application of consumer skills in the wise evaluation.

pollution control. .Content Areas in Health Education Community and Environmental Health • Situates the learner as an integral part of his/her community and the environment. with responsibility to – help protect the environment – to promote a standard of health. noxious animal control. hygiene and safety in food and water supply. and the delivery of primary health care. waste management.

Safety & First Aid .Content Areas of Grade 1 • • • • 1st Quarter: Nutrition 2nd Quarter: Personal Health 3rd Quarter: Personal health 4th Quarter: Injury Prevention.

Characteristics of Health Education Holistic Analyzes interrelationship among: • Factors that influence health status • Areas of health • Dimensions of health .

Characteristics of Health Education • Epidemiological – Studies incidence. prevalence. and source of epidemics • Preventive – Helps people take positive action on their health & lifestyle to prevent disease & achieve optimum health . cause.

abilities. interests and learning styles with teacher as facilitator of learning .Characteristics of Health Education Learner-centered • Focuses on student’s needs.

Characteristics of Health Education Values-based • Promotes valuing self and others and recognizes the worth and integrity of all involved in the life and work of the school. fostering positive relationships .

and performance styles of diverse learners to make learning more appropriate and effective for them . prior experiences.Characteristics of Health Education Culture-responsive • Uses cultural knowledge.

Characteristics of Health Education • Rights-Based—Recognizes the Rights of the Child to – Life – Survival and development – Education – Health care – Protection from violence. abuse – Nutrition – Shelter. injury. etc. .

– Health Learning Area Standard: • The learner demonstrates understanding of key concepts of health in achieving. and be able to do.Characteristics of Health Education • Standards-Based & Outcomes-based: Requires students to demonstrate that they have learned academic standards set on skills and content: what students need to know. understand. promoting and sustaining wellness for quality life .

personal health. Grade Level Standard for Grade 1 The learner demonstrates understanding of essential concepts related to nutrition. .Key Stage Standard: K to 3 The learner demonstrates understanding and observance of healthy practices to achieve wellness. and safety to enhance health and wellbeing.

Characteristics of Health Education Skills-based: Applies life skills to specific health choices and behaviors WHO Health Skills. including Life skills – Communication and Interpersonal Skills • • • • • Interpersonal communication skills Negotiation/refusal skills Empathy-building skills Cooperation and teamwork Advocacy .

• Decision-Making and Critical Thinking Skills – Decision-making/problem solving skills – Critical thinking skills • Coping & Self-Management Skills – Skills for increasing personal confidence & abilities to assume control. make a difference. or bring about change – Skills for managing feelings – Skills for managing stress . take responsibility.

9211 Tobacco Regulation Act of 2003 – R.A. 7394 Consumer Act of the Philippines .A. e..g. – R.A.A. 9512 Environmental Awareness – R.Characteristics of Health Education • Integration of Legislation: Integrates laws that promote health and prevent and control unhealthy practices. 3573 Prevention and Suppression of Dangerous Communicable Diseases – R.

g.October National Health Education Week – October Global Handwashing Day – December 1 World AIDS Day – February National Dental/Oral Health Week – March Fire Prevention Month .Characteristics of Health Education • Reinforced by School Celebrations Mandated by Law. – June 6: World Environment Day Incidental – June 14-18 Safe Kids Week – July National Nutrition Month National Disaster Preparedness Month -. e.

Correlated with Other Learning Areas • • • • • Science Music. Arts. Physical Education Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao Araling Panlipunan Edukasyong Pangkabuhayan/ Technology & Livelihood Education • English • Filipino • Mathematics .

. eating nutritious food. washing hands.SCIENCE CONCEPTS INTEGRATED IN HEALTH GRADE 1 SCIENCE CONCEPTS Use of senses-describe body parts.g. e. packing away toys HEALTH GRADE1 Use of sense organs Ways of caring for the sense organs Follow safety rules while riding in a vehicle Practice good eating habits  Eat regular meals without skipping breakfast  Drink at least 8 glasses of water and 1 glass of milk a day  Eat fruits and vegetables daily  Avoid soft drinks & junk diet . things around them Using senses to describe 2 objects with more than 2 properties Movement of things Practice health habits.

SCIENCE CONCEPTS INTEGRATED IN HEALTH GRADE 1 SCIENCE CONCEPTS HEALTH GRADE1 Demonstrate proper hand washing Practice habits of—  Washing feet  Using clean cloth in wiping hands & face  Cough & sneeze manners  Wearing clean clothes  Having enough rest and sleep  Increasing physical activity  Protecting self from sun’s harmful effects  Having good posture Heavy rains cause floods and wading in flood waters can spread leptospirosis Weather or events at home or school .

conserve water when bathing & brushing Taking care of pets & plants . in school.SCIENCE CONCEPTS INTEGRATED IN HEALTH GRADE 1 SCIENCE CONCEPTS Weather or events at home or school Preventing accidents at home HEALTH GRADE1 Heavy rains cause floods and wading in flood waters can spread leptospirosis Follows rules at home. while riding a vehicle Follow rules during fire & other disaster drills Practice safety with stray or strange animals Practice ways to protect oneself against violent or unwanted behavior of others Proper tooth brushing and flossing Proper bathing Plants & animals as sources of food Switch off light.

Coordinated with School Health Program .

Curriculum Organization • Psychological: Starts with the student and her/his health to family health. thence to community and environmental health • Continuous Spiral Progression: Previous learning is the basis of subsequent learning or learning is continuous and deepened .

crafts Questions to ask o Day 10: Let Us Check .ORGANIZATION OF THE TEACHING GUIDES Module (1/Quarter of 10 meetings) – Objectives – Content – Background Information o Day 1: Motivation related to the picture about the Module Let Us Try (Pre-test) Key to correction o Days 2-9: Lessons of 40/30 minutes each Instructions on how to do the activities and projects.

Consider norms of behavior accepted in the culture. if possible. Localize lyrics of songs and rhymes/poems. . 4.g. Change names in stories to local names.GUIDELINES FOR USING MOTHER TONGUE IN HEALTH 1. considering easiest phoneme in MT. 3. Make sentences short and simple. good touch and bad touch. e. preferably 6 words per line.. 2.

but you have to LEARN to keep it.Health is a gift. .