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Wellness Mr.

Rhodes
Welcome! Here We Go, and
REMEMBER

Things turn out best for those who make


the best of the way things turn out.
John Wooden

Copy in your notes.


Everything on the following slides
EXCEPT!!!
Charts
Graphs
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REMEMBER: Underlined words/phrases are


vocabulary words that will be asked during a later class

Canby High School


Wellness Syllabus
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Course Title: Wellness

Description: This is a personal health course designed to help students learn to choose
healthful behaviors that will enhance their current lives and prepare them for the
demands and stressors of post-high school education, work and family life. The course
includes study on the concept of wellness and the skills needed for healthful behaviors in
mental, physical and social health. The focus is on personal application of the skills
within each area of your health. The activities in this course will include a variety of
group and personal experiences. An introduction of a variety of occupations in the
Health Services industry will be studied throughout the semester. There is no text used
in this course but there will be readings from current materials occasionally.

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Syllabus
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Grading:
Of total grade:
Assignments/Participation:
Quizzes/Tests:
Final Exam:

65%
20%
15%

Grading procedure:
Daily Work- 10 pts per day
Projects- 10 pts to 100 pts
Quizzes & Tests- 10 to 100 pts
Notebook- 25, 50, & 75 pts

Homework:
Homework may be
given from time
to time. However,
it is my belief that
if you use your
time wisely in
class you can get
the majority of
work done in
class.

Connections to College/Careers:

Wellness skills II provides students with knowledge necessary for


balancing work, play, family, and stresses of life in a meaningful
manner. Students gain knowledge of how to maintain optimum
health, and to lead a meaningful and productive life, and how to
avoid unhealthy choices.
Careers in Health Care field are numerous and encompass
many levels of technical training. The health care field is one of
the fasted growing fields today and is projected to continue for
the next 10 years or more. The technology being developed
today is most prominent in health care field. There are
professions from nuclear medicine, to medical physicist,
pharmacy, to admission, physical rehabilitation to maternity
care. Not only is the financial rewards significant, the benefits,
and opportunities for training advancement, and retirement
incentives are excellent.

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Wellness Syllabus
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Participation:
All students will receive 10 points per
day for proper class participation. Students
who are not present will forfeit the
participation points. In the event of an
excused absence, see the instructor for
make-up work in this area.
- Tardiness can result in losing points

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Wellness Syllabus
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Make-Up Policy after Absences:
Following an absence, it is the students
responsibility to find out what was missed and to
plan to make it up. To make up missed work,
arrange a time with your teacher to complete the
needed assignments. The student will be expected
to make-up missed work or tests within a week of
the number of days missed. Any assignment, quiz
or test missed due to an unexcused absence will be
marked 0.

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Wellness Syllabus
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Rules and Expectations:


1. Practice Respectful Behavior
Towards yourself, classmates, teachers, and supplies/things!

2. Come to class prepared and geared up to learn.


Need Paper, Writing utensil, Folder, Journal, and Planner

3. If you eat food; throw away the trash, keep it off the
ground
4. Water is allowed (sports drinks okay too)
5. Positive participation in class is expected
6. All work is to be turned in on time to BROWN box
7. Absolutely NO profanity, radios, CD players, cell
phones, pagers, toys, ect. in class.
8. Maintain a relationship with one study partner in class

TEN TEN RULE


DO NOT ASK TO GO WHEN
INSTRUCTION IS OCCURRING
WHETHER IT IS LECTURE OR VIDEO
DO NOT ASK FIRST 10 OR LAST 10
MINUTES OF CLASS
DO NOT TAKE YOUR PHONE TO
CHAT
TRY TO DO THIS ON YOUR OWN TIME.

Note-Taking
History of C-Notes
Developed in 1949 at
Cornell University by
Walter Pauk.
Designed in response to
frustration over student
test scores.

Main Ideas

Details

Cornell
Notes

Can be used to provide outline of lecture or


subject
Organized by main ideas
Sequential notes taken as they are given in
order provided
List terms/ideas on LEFT side
Definitions and details on right
SUMMARY should be written after notes are
complete
Participation points will be given for
taking/NOT taking and finishing notes

Wellness Organization
Main Ideas

Details

How to stay
Organized!

Extra Credit

Que es importante?
Main Ideas

Details

What are the 3


most
important parts
of the room?

Organization
Organize Notes
Leave space for revisions by
skipping lines between ideas.
Use bullets or lists, when possible
Use indentations to show
relationships between ideas
Know what to write
Important information vs. trivial
information
This may be on the next
test

Seating Chart

Classmate Interview
Get to know your
neighbor
You will sit next to them
for the next six weeks
Social Health

Personal
Bio
Background information7
First name: _________________________
Last name: _________________________
Best phone number (and person) to call home with great news:
Person__________________Number_______________________
Best phone number (and person) to call home with not so good
news:
Person__________________Number_______________________
Parent email address: _____________________________
Your email address: ________________________________
Tell me a little about yourself
I would like to know some of the things that you enjoy doing
inside and outside of school. Please take a few minutes to tell me
about yourself.
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________

Interview Questions
Name _____________________________
Age _________________ DOB ________
How long have you lived in Oregon?
_____
Where else? ________________________

Interview Questions
Middle school attended ___________________________
Extra School Activities (i.e. sports, band, drama)
______________________________________________
Hobbies _______________________________________
Favorite School Subject(s) ________________________
Family Size ________ Who _______________________

Interview Questions
What did you do over Summer Break?
______________________________________________
Role Model(s) __________________________________
Grade you want to earn in Health this Semester
_______
Something that would surprise us
__________________
______________________________________________

LEARN SOMETHING NEW EACH


AND EVERY DAY --YOU WILL
BE AMAZED AT WHAT YOU
CAN DO