La. Admin. Code tit. 28 § LIX-505

Current through Register Vol. 48, No. 4, April 20, 2022
Section LIX-505 - Grade 1 Grade-Level Expectations
A. Standard 1. Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention to enhance health.
1. Benchmark 1-E-1 -identify that healthy behaviors affect personal health.
a. 1-E-1.1-describe the relationship between personal health behaviors and individual well-being.
b. 1-E-1.2-explain why sleep and rest are important for growth and good health.
c. 1-E-1.3-identify ways injuries can be prevented.
d. 1-E-1.4-explain the relationship between healthy eating and daily exercise.
e. 1-E-1.5-report how personal decisions impact one's safety.
f. 1-E-1.6-describe a healthy relationship.
g. 1-E-1.7-discuss personal hygiene.
2. Benchmark 1-E-2: Recognize that there are multiple dimensions of health (social, emotional and physical).
a. 1-E-2.1-recognize the difference between physical and emotional health.
b. 1-E-2.2-demonstrate appropriate ways to express and deal with emotions and feelings.
c. 1-E-2.3-list ways to eat healthy and be physically active every day.
d. 1-E-2.4-identify stress makers and stress helpers.
3. Benchmark 1-E-3-identify the prevention and treatment of communicable and non-communicable diseases.
a. 1-E-3.1-identify ways to keep germs from spreading.
b. 1-E-3.2-recognize when hand-washing is necessary.
c. 1-E-3.3-discuss how behaviors can reduce the spread of some diseases.
d. 1-E-3.4-review the role of health care providers in diagnosing and treating diseases.
e. 1-E-3.5-describe how to keep food safe to eat.
4. Benchmark 1-E-4-identify risk behaviors and ways to avoid and reduce them.
a. 1-E-4.1-state risky behaviors and describe potentially harmful consequences.
b. 1-E-4.2-identify safety rules for home, school and community (e.g., fire, falls, burns, medications/poisons, seat belts, street crossing, sun, bike, weapons).
c. 1-E-4.3-identify strategies for avoiding second-hand smoke.
d. 1-E-4.4-review that everyone has the right to tell others not to touch his or her body.
e. 1-E-4.5-describe the characteristics of a bully and how to avoid conflict.
B. Standard 2. Students will analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology and other factors on health behaviors.
1. Benchmark 2-E-1-identify how the family influences personal health practices and behaviors.
a. 2-E-1.1-list family habits that relate to one's health practices.
b. 2-E-1.2-identify how family can influence one's personal health.
2. Benchmark 2-E-2-describe how culture influences personal health behaviors.
a. 2-E-2.1-define culture and discuss how it impacts the health-impacting choices we make.
b. 2-E-2.2-review cultural influences on food choices and physical activity.
c. 2-E-2.3-discuss the influence of school on health behaviors.
3. Benchmark 2-E-3-explain how media influence thoughts, feelings and health behaviors.
a. 2-E-3.1-explain how advertisements can influence food choices and other behaviors related to health.
C. Standard 3. Students will demonstrate the ability to access valid information, products and services to enhance health.
1. Benchmark 3-E-1-identify sources of valid health information.
a. 3-E-1.1-identify the range of health care workers who can promote healthful practices.
b. 3-E-1.2-locate websites that provide accurate health information.
2. Benchmark 3-E-2-demonstrate the ability to locate resources for health-promoting products and services.
a. 3-E-2.1-list where to find health resources in one's community.
3. Benchmark 3-E-3-explain how media influence the selection of health information, products and services.
a. 3-E-3.1-explain how television programs, movies, websites or magazines/books affect health related choices.
D. Standard 4. Students will demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal communication skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks.
1. Benchmark 4-E-1-practice effective communication skills.
a. 4-E-1.1-identify the characteristics of a good communicator.
b. 4-E-1.2-demonstrate ways to respond when in an unwanted, threatening or dangerous situations.
2. Benchmark 4-E-2-demonstrate healthy ways to communicate needs, wants and feelings through verbal and non-verbal communication.
a. 4-E-2.1-demonstrate how to express a range of emotions using words, expressions and body language.
b. 4-E-2.2-identify ways to treat others kindly.
c. 4-E-2.3-use "I" messages in communicating to avoid a conflict.
E. Standard 5. Students will demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills to enhance health.
1. Benchmark 5-E-1-discuss the steps of effective decision-making.
a. 5-E-1.1-recognize the steps in making a decision.
b. 5-E-1.2 Identify decisions one makes every day.
c. 5-E-1.3-differentiate between healthy and unhealthy decisions.
d. 5-E-1.4-review when help is needed to make healthy decisions.
2. Benchmark 5-E-2-identify situations when a health-related decision is needed.
a. 5-E-2.1-recognize choices or decisions that could affect family health.
b. 5-E-2.2-explain a range of personal or family choices and how they enhance health.
3. Benchmark 5-E-3-apply a decision-making process to address personal health issues and problems.
a. 5-E-3.1-identify health-related decisions made daily.
b. 5-E-3.2-distinguish between healthy and unhealthy choices.
4. Benchmark 5-E-4-demonstrate refusal skills to enhance health.
a. 5-E-4.1-practice refusal skills that help avoid unhealthy or unsafe situations.
F. Standard 6. Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal setting skills to enhance health.
1. Benchmark 6-E-1 -demonstrate how to set a goal and why it is important to enhance health.
a. 6-E-1.1-practice writing a goal.
b. 6-E-1.2-describe how setting and reaching a goal can enhance health.
2. Benchmark 6-E-2 -establish personal health goals and track progress towards achievement
a. 6-E-2.1-plan and apply a simple health enhancing goal related to physical health.
b. 6-E-2.2-plan and apply a simple health- enhancing goal related to social/emotional health (e.g., to being a good friend, to getting along/resolving conflict peacefully, to helping others daily).
G. Standard 7. Students will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reduce health risks.
1. Benchmark 7-E-1-demonstrate healthy practices and behaviors to maintain or improve personal health.
a. 7-E-1.1-practice choosing a variety of healthy snacks.
b. 7-E-1.2-identify physical activities that one can do daily.
c. 7-E-1.3-discuss the importance of following rules at home and school.
d. 7-E-1.4-practice relaxation techniques to reduce stress effects on the body.
2. Benchmark 7-E-2-demonstrate behaviors that avoid or reduce health risks.
a. 7-E-2.1-list ways to reduce or prevent injuries while participating in a variety of activities.
b. 7-E-2.2-describe how personal choices can affect one's health (e.g., eating fatty foods = obesity or diabetes; not brushing teeth = tooth decay; tobacco = lung/heart disease).
c. 7-E-2.3-demonstrate the ability to use self-control when angry.
H. Standard 8. Students will demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal, family and community health.
1. Benchmark 8-E-1-define advocacy.
a. 8-E-1.1-explain what it means to be an advocate.
b. 8-E-1.2-report how one can advocate for healthy behaviors (e.g., asking parents to buy more fruit, asking friends to exercise with them).
2. Benchmark 8-E-2-demonstrate the ability to communicate information that promotes positive health choices.
a. 8-E-2.1-practice using good communication skills to promote the health of others.
3. Benchmark 8-E-3-encourage peers and family to make positive health choices.
a. 8-E-3.1-explain how making healthy choices makes one feel better (e.g., eating healthy gives me energy, exercising makes me sleep better, crossing at the corner helps keep me safe).
b. 8-E-3.2-review how one can encourage family and friends to make healthier choices.

La. Admin. Code tit. 28, § LIX-505

Promulgated by the Department of Education, Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, LR 37:2102 (July 2011).
AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 17:24.4 et seq.