Grade 8 Health-Mrs. Beihoff

Health Grade 8 P-1 Wednesday
Health Grade 8 P-2 Tuesday
Health Grade 8 P-3 Tuesday
Announcements:
Grade 8-1/8-2  P-1 Test on Wednesday 10/24 All Handouts on Eating Disorders,
Textbook pgs.  266-268


Grade 8 P-2 and 8-P3 Due 10/16 Textbook- Read pgs 266-269,
Write definitions and answer Questions 1-4 on pg. 269

Grade  8-1 and 8-2 Group  P-2 
            8-1 and 8-2 Group  P-3  

Homework : Grade 8/1-8/2 K-1 and K-2 Due Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Complete Health Fair Handouts-Will be graded as a test.  
Health Fair Assignment:  I would like you to answer the following questions about the Health Fair you will be visiting on Friday, November 9th, 2018.  Please write all answers is full sentences. This assignment is due Tuesday, November 13, 2018.  I will assign someone from each Health class to collect the papers and return them to me.  This assignment will be graded as a test.

What was the theme of your favorite exhibit?  What were they trying to teach you at this exhibit? Explain in detail.
1.
Why did you like this exhibit?
2

List at least three facts that you learned at your favorite exhibit:

3.
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5.
What information did you learn at the exhibit that was new to you? 

6

What was the most helpful information that you learned that you can use in your own life at home?  Explain.

7.

What part of the Health triangle will benefit from the information learned at your favorite exhibit?  Physical, Mental/Emotional or Social Health
8.
How will this part of the Health triangle benefit from the information learned at your favorite exhibit? Explain.
9.
What did you realize you were doing in your life that was unhealthy by visiting one of the exhibits? 
10. 
How are you going to change the unhealthy Habit?  Explain
10. 

* Health Fair Assignment if absent on Friday, November 9th,2018 : 
 I would like you to answer the following questions about the Health Article at:  https://kidshealth.org/en/teens/peer-pressure.html?view=ptr&WT.ac=t-ptr because you were absent for the Health Fair on Friday, November 9th, 2018.  Please write all answers is full sentences. This assignment is due Tuesday, November 13, 2018.  I will assign someone from each Health class to collect the papers and return them to me.  This assignment will be graded as a test.
What was the theme of your article?  What were they trying to teach you in this article?   Explain in detail.

1.

 Why did you like this article?

2.

List at least three facts that you learned from reading this article:

3.

4.

5.
What information did you learn by reading this article that was new to you? 

6.

What was the most helpful information that you learned that you can use in your own life at home?  Explain.

7.

What part of the Health triangle will benefit from the information learned by reading this article?

Physical, Mental/Emotional or Social Health

8.

 How will this part of the Health triangle benefit from the information learned by reading this article?

9.

 What did you realize you were doing in your life that was unhealthy by reading this article? 

 10.

 How are you going to change the unhealthy Habit?  Explain

 10.

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



             

Health Homework Policy:
Students must consider homework, reading, studying and completing assignments on time, essential parts of the learning process. The 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade Health classes only meet once a week.  All homework is due the following class unless stated otherwise. Students have ample time between classes to complete their homework.  Homework is to be completed on loose leaf paper, neatly, and in script or typed or be sent by chromebook.  All chromebook work must be sent by 8:30 the day we meet for class.  All papers handed in to Mrs. Beihoff must have the following heading :
Full Name                                                                       Date: St. Christopher School        Health                       Day of the week/Grade/Group   
Lunch detention will be issued for any homework not handed in or sent by chromebook on the due date. All students must come prepared to class with a pen, paper to take notes or chromebook, their health

folder and textbook.  A student will be considered unprepared if these items are not in health class with them.  A student can be given lunch detention for being unprepared for class.

Homework that is incomplete must be completed by the following week otherwise a student will receive lunch detention.  All homework that is missed must be made up and incomplete work must be completed.  Homework will be graded. Homework counts toward the grade at the end of the trimester.      
Class notes should be complete and up-to-date as, they can be collected and graded at any time. Test papers should be signed and returned the following health class.
Absence Policy
When a student is absent from school, they are responsible to acquire any notes or handouts that they missed while they were out.  All assignments, homework and projects and tests should be written in their planners.  I have assigned responsible students to write the homework and tests on the board in their homeroom and it will be also be listed on the school calendar.  Every student should have the phone number of at least two students in class from which they can get their missed class work, notes and homework. When a student misses a test, he/she must make arrangements to take the missed test within three days of their return to school otherwise, they will receive a failing grade on that test. The students must come to Mrs. Beihoff, as she will not have time to come to them.
If a student has a long term illness, please notify the office and arrangements will be made for the student to get their work.
Failure to comply with the homework policy and absence policy will result in a consequence to the student's grade.

Behavior Policy
Students who continue to talk and/ or refuse to obey classroom rules and are doing other schoolwork in health class will receive a demerit.  Students must follow the rules for the chromebook acceptable use policy while in Health class.

Resources:
www.kidshealth.org