Prescribed Learning Outcomes for Healthy Practices Level: 10 to 12

Prescribed Learning Outcomes in Planning 10 (PL), Graduation Transitions (GT), 
Family Studies (FS) and Physical Education (PE)

The Healthy Living Performance Standards represent selected PLO’s at these grade levels. For a complete list of PLO’s go to Planning 10, Graduation Transitions, Physical Education, and Family Studies.

Health and Career Education

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Healthy Living

  • C1 analyse factors that influence health (e.g., physical activity, nutrition, stress management)

Health Information

  • C2 analyse health information for validity and personal relevance

Health Decisions

  • C5 evaluate the potential effects of an individual’s health-related decisions on self, family, and community
  • C6 analyse practices that promote healthy sexual decision making (e.g., recognizing influences, accessing accurate information, applying informed decision-making skills)
  • C7 analyse practices associated with the prevention of HIV/AIDS
  • C8 analyse strategies for preventing substance misuse (e.g., recognizing influences, accessing 
  • accurate information, applying informed decision-making skills)
  • C9 analyse individual and societal practices associated with road-related risk reduction and injury prevention (e.g., obeying speed limits, wearing seatbelts, driver education)

Personal Health

  • demonstrate the knowledge, attitudes, and positive habits needed to be healthy individuals,  responsible for their own physical and emotional well-being, by:
  • engaging, from Grade 10 to Grade 12, in at least 150 minutes per week of moderate to vigorous

Physical activity

  • developing a long-term personal healthy living plan appropriate to their lifestyle that describes
  • sound nutritional habits
  • regular exercise routines
  • emotional health management (e.g., ways to manage stress)
  • positive health choice

Community Connections

  • demonstrate the skills required to work effectively and safely with others and to succeed as   individual and collaborative workers

Issues and Challenges of Adolescence

  • B23 demonstrate an understanding of how to stay safe in a variety of situations

Lifestyle and Life Changes

  • C9 analyse the components of a healthy lifestyle for adults

Wellness and Safety in Interpersonal Relationships

Safety

  • E19 demonstrate an understanding of how to stay safe in a variety of interpersonal relationship
  • E20 propose and evaluate actions that could be taken when relationships become unsafe

Grade 10 - 12

  • demonstrate the knowledge, attitudes, and positive habits needed to be healthy individuals, responsible for their own physical and emotional well-being

 

Physical Education

Active Living

Knowledge

  • A3 implement a comprehensive physical activity plan incorporating goal setting processes, components of fitness,  considerations of personal abilities and interests, nutritional considerations, principles of training

Participation

  • A4 participate daily in moderate to vigorous physical activity to enhance fitness

Safety, Fair Play, and Leadership

  • C1 apply safety procedures in all physical activities across the activity categories

Active Living

  • design and implement plans for balanced, healthy living, including nutrition, exercise, rest and work
  • demonstrate an understanding of the factors that affect the choice of physical activity throughout life, including age, gender, time, culture and environment
  • describe strategies for stress management and relaxation
  • select appropriate community-based recreational and alternative environment opportunities to develop a personal functional level of physical fitness

Personal and Social Responsibility (Personal Behaviours and Safety Practices) 

  • apply appropriate rules, routines, procedures, and safety practices in a variety of activities and environments
  • demonstrate positive behaviours that show respect for individual abilities, interests, gender, and cultural backgrounds

Personal and Social Responsibility (Leadership and Community Involvement)

  • demonstrate an understanding of the processes needed to co-ordinate events and programs in the school and community

Active Living

  • design, evaluate, and monitor plans for a balanced, healthy lifestyle, taking into consideration factors that affect the choice of physical activity, including age, gender, culture, environment and body image perceptions
  • analyse and design plans for stress management and relaxation
  • demonstrate a willingness to use community-based recreational and alternative-environment opportunities to develop a personal functional level of physical fitness

Personal and Social Responsibility (Personal Behaviours and Safety Practices)

  • consistently demonstrate safety practices in a variety of activities and environments

Personal and Social Responsibility (Leadership and Community Involvement)

  • perform service and volunteer work in the school and community