5th Grade Health Learning Targets

Standard ALT 1:  Concepts

AST 1.1 (BSD) Explain how healthful eating habits can lead to wellness.

AST 1.2 (BSD) Explain the food groups, nutrients, and serving size in the USDA recommended guidelines.

AST 1.3 (BSD) Demonstrate the ability to balance food intake and physical activity

AST 1.4 (HE.1.5.1) Analyze the relationship between healthy behaviors and personal health.

AST 1.5 (HE.1.5.2) Analyze examples of physical, mental, social, emotional, and environmental health.

AST 1.6 (HE.1.5.7) Recognize and discuss how abstinence is the most effective method of protection from STD/HIV and pregnancy.

AST 1.7 (HE.1.5.9) Identify health care practices related to physical changes during puberty.  

AST 1.8 (HE.1.5.10) Explain differences and similarities of how individuals identify regarding gender or sexual orientation.

AST 1.9 (HE.1.5.11) Identify the physical, social and emotional changes that occur during puberty and adolescence.

AST 1.10 (HE.1.5.12) Discuss ways of expressing gender.

AST 1.11 (HE.1.5.13) Describe the importance of treating others with respect regarding gender expression and sexual orientation.

AST 1.12 (HE.1.5.14) Describe and discuss the characteristics of a healthy relationship.

AST 1.13 (HE.1.5.15) Explain that everyone has the right to say who touches their body, when and how.

AST 1.14 (HE.1.5.16) Discuss why it is never ok to touch someone, or make someone touch you if they don't want to.

AST 1.15 (HE.1.5.17) Analyze a variety of ways people express affection within various types of relationships.

AST 1.16 (HE.1.5.18 Analyze why bullying and teasing are inappropriate behaviors.

AST 1.17 (HE.1.5.19) Identify and discuss how culture, media and technology influence our ideas about healthy relationships.

AST 1.18 (HE.1.5.20) Describe the advantages and disadvantages of communicating, within relationships, using technology and social media.

AST 1.19 (HE.1.5.21) Practice how consent relates to personal boundaries.

Standard ALT 2:  Analyzing Influences

AST 2.1 (HE.2.5.2) Analyze how the school and community can support personal health practices and behaviors.

AST 2.2 (HE.2.5.3) Analyze how media influences thoughts, feelings, and health behaviors.

AST 2.3 (HE.2.5.4) Analyze how peers and family can influence healthy and unhealthy choices around nutrition and exercise.

AST 2.4 (HE.2.5.5) Discuss how friends and family can influence ideas about body image.

AST 2.5 (HE.2.5.6) Provide examples of how friends, family, media, society and culture influence how people think they should act on the basis of their gender.

AST 2.6 (HE.2.5.8) Describe ways friends and peers can influence various relationships.  

AST 2.7 (HE.2.5.9) Discuss potential impacts of power differences (e.g., age, status or position) as they relate to personal boundaries.

Standard ALT 3:  Accessing Information

AST 3.1 (HE.3.5.1) Analyze resources from home, school, and community that provide valid nutrition information.

AST 3.2 (HE.3.5.2) Analyze characteristics of valid health information, products, and services.

AST 3.3 (HE.3.5.3) Discuss the sources of support, such as parents or other trusted adults, to seek information about sexual and reproductive health, including pregnancy and birth.

AST 3.4 (HE.3.5.5) Demonstrate how to access resources, including people at home, school or in the community who can provide medically accurate information and/or support about puberty and health care practices during puberty.

AST 3.5 (HE.3.5.6) Discuss the qualities of people at home, school or in communities who can provide medically accurate information and/or support about healthy sexuality, including sexual orientation and gender identity.

AST 3.6 (HE.3.5.7) Discuss the sources of support, such as parents or other trusted adults, they can talk to about healthy and unhealthy relationships.

AST 3.7 (HE.3.5.8) Discuss the sources of support, such as parents or other trusted adults, including school staff, they can tell if they are experiencing sexual abuse.

AST 3.8 (HE.3.5.9) Discuss sources of support such as parents or other trusted adults they can tell if they are being teased, harassed or bullied based on gender identity, sexual orientation, and gender expression.

Standard ALT 4:  Interpersonal Communication

AST 4.1 (HE.4.5.1) Demonstrate effective verbal and nonverbal communication skills to enhance health.

AST 4.2 (HE.4.5.2) Demonstrate how to ask for assistance to enhance personal health.

AST 4.3 (HE.4.5.4) Demonstrate nonviolent strategies to manage or resolve conflict.

AST 4.4 (HE.4.5.6) Describe and demonstrate ways to communicate your thoughts and feelings while maintaining healthy relationships.

AST 4.5 (HE.4.5.7) Demonstrate effective ways to communicate personal boundaries and show respect for the boundaries of others.

Standard ALT 5:  Decision Making  

AST 5.1 (HE.5.5.1) Analyze health-related situations that might require a decision.

AST 5.2 (HE.5.5.2) Analyze when assistance is needed in making a health-related decision.

AST 5.3 (HE.5.5.3) Analyze a healthy option when making a decision.

AST 5.4 (HE.5.5.4) Reflect on the outcomes of a nutrition or exercise related decision.  

Standard ALT 6:  Goal Setting

AST 6.1 (HE.6.5.2) Analyze resources to assist in achieving a personal nutrition or exercise goal.

AST 6.2 (HE.6.5.3) Define sexual violence including but not limited to interpersonal violence (physical, verbal, emotional and sexual violence).

Standard ALT 7:  Practicing Health Enhancing Behaviors

AST 7.1 (HE.7.5.2) Analyze a variety of healthy practices and behaviors to maintain or improve personal health (including but not limited to, healthy food choices and 60 minutes of daily physical activity).

AST 7.2 (HE.7.5.4) Demonstrate ways to treat yourself and others with dignity and respect, with regard to gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation.

AST 7.3 (HE.7.5.5) Explain ways to manage the physical and emotional changes associated with puberty, including personal health care practices.

Standard ALT 8:  Advocacy

AST 8.1 (HE.8.5.2) Encourage others to make positive health choices.

AST 8.2 (HE.8.5.3) Persuade others to take action when someone else is being teased, harassed or bullied.

AST 8.3 (HE.8.5.4) Explain how to promote safety, respect, awareness and acceptance of yourself and others.

AST 8.4 (HE.8.5.5) Demonstrate ways students can work together to promote dignity and respect for all people.