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Health 1 Learning Targets

Health 1

Drug Prevention Unit

ORS 339.883 Tobacco Free Schools (K-12)

OAR 581-022-0413 Prevention Education Programs in Drugs & Alcohol (K-12)

OAR 581-022-0416 Steroids & Performance Enhancing Substances (K-12)

OAR 581-022-1510 Comprehensive Guidance & Counseling (K-12)

OAR 581-021- 0110 Tobacco Free Schools (K-12)

Standard ALT 1:  Concepts

AST 1.1 (HE.1.12.43) Explain how the development of the teen brain affects the decision-making process and influences health behaviors.

AST 1.2 (HE.1.12.44) Discuss key concepts of alcohol and other drugs including tolerance, addiction, recovery, peer pressure, short and long term health impacts.

AST 1.3 (BSD) Describe the effects of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use during pregnancy.

AST 1.4 (BSD) Recognize the strategies media uses to impact a person’s health.

Standard ALT 2:  Analyzing Influences

Standard ALT 3:  Accessing Information

AST 3.1 (BSD) Access the appropriate resources for addiction services.

AST 3.2 (HE.3.12.1) Use a variety of valid and reliable resources to research health information.

AST 3.3 (HE.3.12.2) Evaluate the validity and reliability of health information, products and services.

Standard ALT 4:  Interpersonal Communication

AST 4.4 (HE.4.12.3) Demonstrate and/or assess refusal, negotiation, and collaboration skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks.

Standard ALT 5:  Decision Making  

AST 5.1 (HE.5.12.4) Generate a variety of options to solve health related issues or problems, and predict potential short term and long term impacts of each option on self and others.

Standard ALT 6:  Goal Setting

Standard ALT 7:  Practicing Health Enhancing Behaviors

AST 7.1 (HE.7.12.6) Describe how alcohol and other drug use can affect one’s ability to perceive or provide consent.

Standard ALT 8:  Advocacy

AST 8.1 (BSD) Advocate for school and community resources that support people with addictive behaviors.

AST 8.2 (BSD) Advocate for the benefits of abstaining from or discontinuing tobacco and/or drug use.

AST 8.3 (BSD) Advocate for abstaining from alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs during pregnancy.

Injury Prevention Unit

OAR 581-022-1210 District Curriculum & Instruction (K-12)

OAR 581-022-0413 Prevention Education in Drugs & Alcohol (K-12)

OAR 581-022-1420 Emergency Safety Plans & Safety Programs (K-12)

ORS 336.071 Emergency Drills & Instruction (K-12)

Standard ALT 1:  Concepts

AST 1.1 (HE.1.12.12) Describe procedures for emergency care and lifesaving, including CPR and First AID skills.

AST 1.2 (BSD)  Explain key concepts of unintentional injury prevention and care, including but not limited to CPR.

AST 1.3 (HE.1.12.43) Explain the potential severity of injury or illness if engaging in risk or unhealthy behaviors.

Standard ALT 2:  Analyzing Influences

Standard ALT 3:  Accessing Information

Standard ALT 4:  Interpersonal Communication

Standard ALT 5:  Decision Making

AST 5.1 (H.E.5.12.6) Apply the decision-making process to make safe choices while driving or riding in motor vehicles.  

AST 5.2 (HE.5.12.5) Defend a health-enhancing decision.

Standard ALT 6:  Goal Setting

Standard ALT 7:  Practicing Health Enhancing Behaviors

AST 1.2 (HE.1.12.4) Demonstrate ways to reduce or prevent injuries and health problems.

Standard ALT 8:  Advocacy

Mental/Emotional Health Unit

ORS 339.351-364 Harassment, Bullying, Cyber-bullying, & Intimidation (K1-12)

OAR 581-022-0413 Prevention Education in Drugs & Alcohol (K-12)

OAR 581-022-1440 Human Sexuality Education (K-12)

OAR 581-022-1210  District Curriculum & Instruction (K-12)

OAR 581-022-1510 Comprehensive Guidance & Counseling (K-12)

Standard ALT 1:  Concepts

AST 1.1 (BSD) Explain the causes, effects and symptoms of depression, including suicide.

AST 1.2 (BSD) Describe the warning signs of suicide and explain what to do if someone seems depressed or is considering suicide.

AST 1.3 (BSD) Explain eating disorders and symptoms.

AST 1.4 (HE.1.12.2) Describe the interrelationships of physical, mental, social, emotional and environmental health.

AST 1.5 (HE.1.12.46) Explain key concepts of mental and emotional health including stress, anxiety, depression, resilience, suicide, and therapeutic treatment options.

AST 1.6 (HE.1.12.47) Explain the key concepts of violence and suicide prevention including roots of violence, signs and symptoms of suicidal thoughts, strategies for preventing violence.

Standard ALT 2:  Analyzing Influences

AST 2.1 (HE.2.12.5) Analyze what influences our values around self-concept and body image, including the media.

Standard ALT 3:  Accessing Information

AST 3.1 (HE.3.12.3) Demonstrate how to access valid and reliable health products, resources and services including but not limited to mental health, i.e, eating disorders, support for suicidal ideation and accessing culturally appropriate mental health supports.

AST 3.2 (BSD) Identify school and community resources that can help a person who is depressed or contemplating suicide.

Standard ALT 4:  Interpersonal Communication

AST 4.1 (BSD)  Demonstrate healthy communication skills in problem solving, anger management, and impulse control.

Standard ALT 5:  Decision Making  

AST 5.1 (HE.5.12.1) Determine the benefits of practicing a thoughtful decision-making process to enhance health.

Standard ALT 6:  Goal Setting

Standard ALT 7:  Practicing Health Enhancing Behaviors

AST 7.1 (HE.7.12.1) Explain the role of individual responsibility for enhancing health.

AST 7.2 (HE.7.12.3) Demonstrate the ability to practice a variety of healthy behaviors to avoid or reduce health risks of self and others.

Standard ALT 8:  Advocacy

Violence Prevention Unit

ORS 339.351-364 Harassment, Bullying, Cyber-bullying, & Intimidation (K1-12)

OAR 581-022-0413 Prevention Education in Drugs & Alcohol (K-12)

OAR 581-022-1440 Human Sexuality Education (K-12)

OAR 581-022-1210  District Curriculum & Instruction (K-12)

OAR 581-022-0711  Child Abuse Reporting

OAR 581-022-1510 Comprehensive Guidance & Counseling (K-12)

SB 856 Erin’s Law (K-12)

Standard ALT 1:  Concepts

AST 1.1 (HE.1.12.27) Discuss the impacts of bullying, sexual harassment, sexual abuse, sexual assault, incest, rape, stalking, and dating violence.

AST 1.2 (HE.1.12.30) Explain Oregon’s laws related to bullying, sexual harassment, coercion, sexual abuse, sexual assault, incest, rape, stalking, domestic violence, and dating violence.

AST 1.3 (HE.1.12.26) Describe a range of ways to express affection within healthy relationships.

AST 1.4 (HE.1.12.29) Explain the role and impact of technology and social media in personal safety.

AST 1.5 (HE.1.12.42) Compare and contrast situations and behaviors that may constitute bullying, sexual harassment, coercion, sexual abuse, sexual assault, incest, rape, stalking, domestic violence, and dating violence.

AST 1.6 (HE.1.12.23) Explain characteristics of a healthy relationship that is free from threats, coercion or abuse.

AST 1.7 (HE.1.8.25) Examine diversity among people, including age, disability, national origin, race, ethnicity, color, marital status, biological sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression.

Standard ALT 2:  Analyzing Influences

AST 2.1 (HE.2.12.17) Analyze the external influences and societal messages that impact attitudes about bullying, sexual harassment, coercion, sexual abuse, sexual assault, incest, rape, stalking, domestic violence, and dating violence.

Standard ALT 3:  Accessing Information

AST 3.1 (HE.3.12.10) Access resources for help if they or someone they know are being bullied or harassed, or have been sexually abused or assaulted or otherwise feel unsafe.

AST 3.2 (HE.3.12.9) Access accurate information and resources for survivors of sexual abuse, incest, rape, sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking.

AST 3.3 (BSD) Identify reliable and valid violence prevention resources.

Standard ALT 4:  Interpersonal Communication

AST 4.1 (HE.4.12.11) Demonstrate asking for help and support, if they or someone they know is being hurt or feels unsafe in an intimate or sexual relationship.

AST 4.2 (HE.4.12.1) Practice effective and appropriate verbal and nonverbal communication skills with peers and adults to enhance health.

AST 4.3 (HE.4.12.4) Explain strategies to prevent, manage, or resolve interpersonal conflicts without harming self or others.

AST 4.4 (HE.4.12.5) Demonstrate respectful communication with and about people of all gender identities, gender expressions and sexual orientations.

AST 4.5 (HE.4.12.12) Demonstrate effective strategies to avoid or end an unhealthy relationship.

AST 4.6 (HE.4.12.10) Demonstrate the effective skills to negotiate agreements about the use of technology in relationships.

Violence Prevention Unit

Standard ALT 5:  Decision Making

Standard ALT 6:  Goal Setting

Standard ALT 7:  Practicing Health Enhancing Behaviors

AST 7.1 (HE.7.12.3) Demonstrate the ability to practice a variety of healthy behaviors to avoid or reduce health risks of self and others.

Standard ALT 8:  Advocacy

AST 8.1 (HE.8.12.7) Advocate for school policies and programs that promote healthy relationships with dignity and respect for all in a safe and inclusive environment.

AST 8.2 (HE.8.12.5) Advocate for the promotion of respect and empathy for individual differences.

AST 8.3 (HE.8.12.4) Work cooperatively as an advocate for improving personal, family, and community health.

Sexual Health Unit

ORS 336.455 Human Sexuality Education (K-12)

ORS 339.351-364 Harassment, Bullying, Cyber-bullying, and Intimidation (K-12)

OAR 581-022-1440 Human Sexuality Education (K-12)

OAR 581-022-1210  District Curriculum, Instruction of Infectious Disease including AIDS/HIV & Hep. B (K-12)

SB 856 Erin’s Law (K-12)

Standard ALT 1:  Concepts

AST 1.1 (BSD) Explain why abstinence is the safest, most effective method of protection from pregnancy, HIV, and other STDs/STIs.

AST 1.2 (BSD)  Describe contraceptive methods, proper use, and their effectiveness.

AST 1.3 (HE.1.12.40) Explain the ovulation cycle, how fertilization occurs, and the stages of pregnancy.

AST 1.4 (HE.1.12.16) Differentiate between biological sex, sexual orientation, sexual identity and sexual behavior, gender identity and gender expression.

AST 1.6 (HE.1.12.33) Describe the importance of getting tested for HIV and other STDs/STIs when people are sexually active.

AST 1.7 (HE.1.12.28) Define sexual consent and explain its implications for sexual decision-making.

AST 1.8 (HE 1.12.36) Define affirmative consent as a freely given enthusiastic yes.

AST 1.9 (HE 1.12.24) Express that everyone has the right to say who touches their body and how.

Standard ALT 2:  Analyzing Influences

AST 2.1 (HE.2.12.20) Analyze how our values impact our sexual health-related decisions.

AST 2.2 (HE.2.12.16) Analyze external influences that can impact one’s decisions within a healthy intimate relationship.

AST 2.3 (HE.2.12.15) Describe factors that may influence condom use and other safer sex decisions.

AST 2.4 (HE.2.12.18) Describe factors that can affect the ability to give or perceive the provision of consent to sexual activity.

Standard ALT 3:  Accessing Information

AST 3.1 (HE.3.12.5) Access community resources that provide medically-accurate information about adolescent sexual anatomy and reproductive health.

AST 3.2 (HE.3.12.12) Access medically-accurate information and resources about contraceptive methods, including abstinence, emergency contraception, and condoms.

AST 3.3 (HE.3.12.7) Access accurate information about healthy sexuality, including sexual orientation and gender identity.

AST 3.4 (HE.3.12.11) Access medically-accurate information about HIV and STD/STI transmission and prevention, including local STD/STI and HIV testing and treatment services with support for disclosure of STD/STI status.

Standard ALT 4:  Interpersonal Communication

AST 4.1 (BSD) Effectively communicate the decisions that promote healthy sexual behaviors.

AST 4.2 (HE.4.12.6) Demonstrate communication skills that foster healthy intimate and sexual relationships and show personal boundaries around consent and respect for others.

AST 4.3 (HE.4.12.10) Demonstrate effective skills to negotiate agreements about the use of technology in relationships.

AST 4.4 (HE.4.8.11) Demonstrate skills to communicate with a partner about STD/STI and HIV prevention, testing and disclosure of status.

Standard ALT 5:  Decision Making   

AST 5.1 (HE.5.12.7) Evaluate the outcome and effectiveness of a health-related decision.

AST 5.2 (HE.5.12.10) Apply a decision making process to promote healthy consensual sexual activity within healthy relationships.

Standard ALT 6:  Goal Setting

Standard ALT 7:  Practicing Health Enhancing Behaviors

AST 7.1 (HE.H.12.10) Demonstrate respect for the boundaries of others and practice affirmative consent.

AST 7.2 (HE.H.12.11) Demonstrate how to set and respect boundaries around social media and technology use in relationships.

Standard ALT 8:  Advocacy

AST 8.1 (HE. 8.8.8) Advocate for personal health practices that prevent the spread of HIV, Hepatitis B and C, and other STDs/STIs.

AST 8.2 (HE.8.8.9) Advocate for informed personal decision-making around sexual activity as it relates to pregnancy, reproduction, and preventing STDs/STIs.