Monthly Archives: February 2012

Body weight, body type, body image

The lessons from Feb 23/24, 27/28 and March 2/5 incorporated the following information and acitivites: The body weight range that is considered healthy for an individual is determined by her/his age, height, and sex. A person’s BMI (body mass index) score … Continue reading

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Goal-Setting and Self-Reflection Project Intro

The lesson on Feb 22 and 23 started by watching the RSAnimate video called “The Secret Powers of Time“. The ideas in this video relate to our discussions around self-esteem, identity, stress, and goal-setting. This was followed by a discussion of guidelines … Continue reading

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Lesson on Identity and Values

The lesson on Feb 20 and 21 was on Identity and Values. We began with a relaxation activity (as a follow up to our lesson on stress) called Eliciting the Relaxation Response. The steps to follow are outlined in the following … Continue reading

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Lesson on Stress

On Feb 16 and 17, the lesson focused on stress. Students completed a Stressors Activity Sheet, learned some Key Definitions about stress, in pairs, students thought about what stress looks like, feels like, sounds like, were introduced to the General Adaptation Syndrome (the changes that … Continue reading

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Self-Esteem Lesson

For those students who missed class on Thursday, February 9 or Monday February 13, please read through the Self Esteem Presentation and complete and score the self-esteem inventory (Rosenberg Self Esteem Scale). Then consider 6 ways to increase or boost your self-esteem … Continue reading

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Survey Results

Your task is to: 1. Open up the survey results document that contain the data for your questions: Survey A Results     Survey B Results    Survey C Results 2. Copy the data for your two questions into Excel to create two tables 3. … Continue reading

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Survey Instruments

For those students who need to identify a survey topic and questions, please browse through the following three survey instruments: Survey A Instrument  Survey B Instrument Survey C Instrument Please complete the Nutrition Survey Project Planner BEFORE you begin analyzing … Continue reading

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Excel Practice – Making Tables and Graphs

Today you will have an opportunity to learn and/or practice making tables and charts in Excel. Your final report for the nutrition project will include two tables and two or three charts/graphs. For this class activity please use the sample … Continue reading

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