Standard 2: Internal and External Influence - Analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology, and other factors on health behaviors.


General Information
Number: HE.2.C.2
Title: Internal and External Influence - Analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology, and other factors on health behaviors.
Type: Standard
Subject: Health Education
Grade: 2
Strand: Health Literacy Concepts

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Independent

HE.2.C.2.In.a
Identify family rules and practices that influence health behaviors, such as home-safety rules, families playing together, and food-sanitation practices.
HE.2.C.2.In.b
Identify ways health practices of friends influence health behaviors of others, such as telling the truth, treating others with respect, and being tobacco-free.
HE.2.C.2.In.c
Identify ways the school and community influence health behaviors of children, such as health and safety fairs, school-crossing guards, lifeguards, and recycling programs.
HE.2.C.2.In.d
Identify ways that rules make the classroom, school, and community safer (walking not running, waiting one’s turn, and following traffic laws.)

Supported

HE.2.C.2.Su.a
Recognize family rules and practices that influence health behaviors, such as home-safety rules, families playing together, and food-sanitation practices.
HE.2.C.2.Su.b
Recognize ways health practices of friends influence health behaviors of others, such as telling the truth, treating others with respect, or being tobacco-free.
HE.2.C.2.Su.c
Recognize ways the school and community influence health behaviors of children, such as health and safety fairs, school-crossing guards, lifeguards, and recycling programs.
HE.2.C.2.Su.d
Recognize that rules make the classroom, school, and community safer (walking not running, waiting your turn, following traffic laws).

Participatory

HE.2.C.2.Pa.a
Recognize a family rule or practice that promotes a healthy behavior, such as home-safety rules, families playing together, or food-sanitation practices.
HE.2.C.2.Pa.b
Recognize a health behavior used by friends, such as telling the truth or using a tissue.
HE.2.C.2.Pa.c
Recognize a way the school influences health behaviors of children, such as health and safety fairs or school-crossing guards.
HE.2.C.2.Pa.d
Follow safety routines in the classroom.

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