Friday 28 Feb 2014 MCG

Friday 28 Feb 2014 MCG

VCE HHD Unit 1 Area of Study 1 (11.00-12.10) Chrissy Collins Greensborough College Friday 28 Feb 2014 MCG Introducing the new Study Design! Accreditation period 2014 2017 Make sure you get a copy and familiarise yourself with changes. Can be found at: http:// www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/Pages/vce/studies/healthnhuman/h ealthumindex.aspx Check the VCAA website and VCAA Bulletin for any updates or necessary Study Design changes. Now available on line www.vcaa.vic.edu.au

Course Structure Unit 1: The health and development of Australias youth Unit 2: Individual human development and health issues Each Unit involves at least 50 hours of scheduled classroom instruction VCAA Assessment Satisfactory completion of a Unit is based on the achievement of the set of Outcomes for the Unit. Decision based on teacher assessment. Teachers must provide courses that

provide opportunities for students to demonstrate achievement of Outcomes. VCAA Assessment Satisfactory achievement for Units 1 & 2 will be reported as an S or an N. Procedures for the assessment of Units 1 & 2 are a school decision. Check your school requirements and expectations early. Unit 1 Area of Study 1 Students develop understanding of the concepts of youth health and individual human development, and explore the

interrelationships that exist within and between them. Students become aware of the differing methods for measuring health status and develop a greater understanding of the health status of youth. (HHD Study Design, VCAA pg 13) Outcome 1 be able to describe the dimensions of, and the interrelationships within and between, youth health and individual human development, an analyse the health status of Australias youth using appropriate measurements. (HHD Study Design, VCAA pg 14) Youth is defined as twelve to eighteen years of age Key Knowledge

KK +KeyKS Skill Definitions of physical, social, emotional and intellectual development Define health and individual human development. Characteristics of, and interrelationships between, physical, social, emotional and intellectual development during the lifespan stage of youth Describe characteristics of, and interrelationships between, the different types of individual human development during the

lifespan stage of youth. Definitions of health and the limitations of these definitions Explain the limitations of definitions of health Characteristics of, and interrelationships between, physical, social and mental dimensions of health Describe the characteristics of, and interrelationships between, the dimensions of health Measurements of health status, including life expectancy, incidence, prevalence, trends,

morbidity, mortality, disability adjusted life years (DALYs) and burden of disease Explain health status measurements terms The health status of Australias youth Interpret and analyse data on the health status of Australia's youth using appropriate measurements Biological determinants of health and individual human development of Australias youth, including genetics, body weight and hormonal changes Explain the biological determinants of health

and development and discuss the impact on the health and development of youth The interrelationships between health and individual human development during the Explain the interrelationships between health and human development during the lifespan Lifespan intro Lifespan game (evolution)

Egg Baby Child Youth Adult Older adults supreme Timetoast.com lifespan timeline Definitions of development

1.1 Definitions of physical, social, emotional and intellectual development Cue cards or Quizlet, QuizCast Poster - PIES Random note activity Goodness gracious glossary Add examples to timeline Pop quiz tick which development type Comic Life - definition and four examples http://www.comiclife.com/ Characteristics & interrelationships

Note - During Youth Annotate me! (male and female) Become an author write a case study Venn diagram Puberty - Youtube challenge Social media Personal photo story Raging Teens (Human Body Series, BBC) Maturity physically becoming an adult Increased social acceptance,

increase interactions Skills developed such as safe driving and making safe Increased self-esteem with maturity and independence Definitions of health Characteristics & interrelationships

Images healthy / unhealthy Wallwisher personal health definition Wordle health definitions/key terms Annotate photo story Decide and go (revision) Puberty publication Puberty Youtube links health and HD a bit. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRyOcLSJDzk Measurements of health

Again cue cards Mini whiteboards Seek and find AIHW Bingo! Look up your own life expectancy Data focus every lesson Sample questions from VCAA

Section A 1a. Define burden of disease. (1 mark) b. Briefly explain the difference between the meaning of life expectancy health adjusted life expectancy (HALE). (2 marks) Source VCAA sample H&HD exam 2010 Youth Health Status Morbidity and Mortality Brotherhood of St Laurence Mission Australia Youth Survey 2013 AIHW PP, quiz, information sheets Speak from experience class brainstorm

Rank top 10. Survey Monkey collate and present data Find links to Yr 12, define key terms is asthma Review another country if you have a sister school (application of measurements of health) Headspace AIHW resources Biological determinants Must teach genetics, body weight and hormonal changes genetics http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mehz7tCxjSE

Guest speakers (HYDO) What did you inherit from your parent (tongue rolling, ear lobes, etc) Biological determinant Body weight Calculating BMI Check out Australias obesity stats! Hormones Annotate me gland producing hormone, function, hormones produced (Prezzi) Growth spurt collect height data of class, compare with a junior class Interrelationships h & hd

Venn diagram Venn Master Case study Design an Infographic Inspiration concept map (include sound) Youth focused movie aso.gov.au SAC Time Assessment tasks for this unit are selected from the following:

A case study analysis A data analysis A visual presentation A multimedia presentation An oral presentation A blog A test A written response

Other thoughts Timeline provided in work document Think data! Brotherhood of St Laurance Youth Unemployment report. Check out Prezzi! Social media Twitter, Insta, Pintrest News hunt SunSmart Real Stories of Skin Cancer and Young People March 06, 3:30-4:30 Presented by Jane Hill SunSmart Youth and Advocacy Coordinator at The Cancer Council Victoria Year 9&10 staff and students are invited to enrol in this free online presentation using Blackboard Collaborate, held on Thursday March 6 from 3:30pm 4:30pm AEST. A microphone headset and access to Blackboard Collaborate is required. Hear from two young melanoma survivors who will share their story about how skin cancer can be a young persons disease. to

enrol email your interest to [email protected]

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