7 Tundra notes/classwork/homework

Important dates for the quarter:
2/12-Injury Prevention assessment
5/3--Drug prevention assessment
5/20- Personal Wellness assessment
10/19--need binder and spiral in classroom
11/16--SEW Assessment
12/14--Iron Chef Project Due
12/18--Health Eating Written Assessment
12/19--Healthy snack party and presentation
(quizzes will also occur but those dates are TBD)

3/25- Welcome Back-please bring your spiral and binder back to class if you did not bring it today!
Notes: We placed the assessment dates in our planner 
Homework: Ask Parents if you can download the American Red Cross First Aid App. We will be using it for the next two weeks.

12/20--Thanks for a great quarter! Have a wonderful break!!!!!!

12/19-- Healthy snack party and presentation

 12/18--ASSESSMENT--workbooks graded.
Healthy snack party is tomorrow-please bring enough snacks for 6 or more people. The rubric for your PSA is attached to 12/11

Practice test attached to 12/11-do it this weekend!!!!
12/13 IRON CHEF DUE TOMORROW!!!!!!!!! Please study serving sizes and number of servings per day.
Eating disorder notes:
Anorexia nervosa-not eating enough to sustain a healthy body weight and healthy body
Bulimia-binging and then purging (getting rid of the food by vommiting, diarrhea, or over exercise)
Binge eating disorder--compulsive eating/overeating that results in obesity

12/12 Iron chef due by Friday 12/14 Practice test attached earlier this week-scroll down
Please be sure you are doing a thorough job on your write up and paperwork for the Iron Chef project. Follow the rubric attached below. Iron chef due by Friday 12/14

*Assignment to complete--Create a menu for a full day (Breakfast, lunch, dinner)

Requirements:   (Use pgs--11,12,13 to help you) --all of these completed is a "4"
*Serving amounts were correct for every category for a full day

*Huge variety of healthy foods used-(eat by color was obvious)

*lower in saturated fats and sugar

*menu was very detailed

* detailed with correct serving sizes per item, with picture representation

12/11--IRON CHEF RUBRIC ATTACHED YESTERDAY Iron chef due by Friday 12/14
Please be sure you are doing a thorough job on your write up and paperwork for the Iron Chef project. Follow the rubric attached below. Iron chef due by Friday 12/14

Healthy snack presentation will be 12/19-rubric for your public service announcement is attached below. Please bring enough for 6 people
Rubric for Healthy snack Presentation.pdf
Practice test for Healthy Eating Assessment.pdf

We read an article on healthy snacking-it should have more than 1 food group represented.

We practiced our decision-making model again.

The prompt was "Thinking of what is in your fridge and cabinets, decide what to have as a snack for after school."
Use all steps of D.E.C.I.D.E

12/10--IRON CHEF RUBRIC ATTACHED TO TODAY!!!!! Iron chef due by Friday 12/14
Please be sure you are doing a thorough job on your write up and paperwork for the Iron Chef project. Follow the rubric attached below. Iron chef due by Friday 12/14
Iron Chef Rubric ABD.pdf
*We looked at pgs15-17 being sure the totals were correct.

*Complete pg. 18
Then we looked at how balanced or unbalanced the days were and how we could balance them out. 
D= Define the problem
E=Explore options (3 or more)
C=Consider the consequences (pluses and minuses for each option)
I=Identify your values (what's important to you)
D= Decide and ACT on your decision
E=Evaluate the decision--good or bad and why

We practiced with this in class. If you are absent--think of this scenario-- you are at the mall with friends. You must decide what to eat from chick fil a. Use the DECIDE model to show each step in the decision-making process.  

12/7--Assigned pgs 15,16,17 as homework this weekend!!
Returned quizzes

12/6--QUIZ today!!
rewrote paragraph if needed to, created a plate that had pictures and labeling of pictures with exact serving sizes. The plate had to be a breakfast that included at least 4 out of 5 food groups. It needed to be colorful and labeled with exact serving sizes. Please see me if you were absent about this assignment--it will be graded. 

12/5--STUDY serving sizes, food in food groups and influences for tomorrow's quiz!!
Wrote a paragraph about which of the influences influences you the most concerning your food choices--this is required--please see me if you were absent.

12/4-Quiz on 12/6 over food groups/serving sizes , influences
*completed page 7 in workbook
Influences on food choices
health reasons
taste preferences
geography -----ex: "I live in Texas and we eat a lot of beef from local ranches"
family, friends/culture

Think of an example for each

12/3- Quiz on 12/6 over food groups/serving sizes
completed pg. 6 in your workbook
eat by color -- create your own personal notes as to which foods you like under each color :)
Eat by color.pdf

11/30- Quiz on 12/6 over food groups/serving sizes
returned quizzes-graphed grades
completed pg 5 in our workbook

11/29-Retake tomorrow.
researched various vitamins and minerals
completed page 4 in our workbooks

11/28--STUDY!!!! QUIZ THURS on nutrients. If you scored a 4,3,2,1 You can earn up to a 5 by coming to the mandatory review on Thursday during lunch and then retaking the test Friday during lunch--MUST PACK A LUNCH BOTH DAYS!!!! You must come Thursday to retake on Friday.

Researched a vitamin or mineral today

handed out iron chef project due by Dec. 14

11/27--QUIZ THURS on nutrients. If you scored a 4,3,2,1 You can earn up to a 5 by coming to the mandatory review on Thursday during lunch and then retaking the test Friday during lunch--MUST PACK A LUNCH BOTH DAYS!!!! You must come Thursday to retake on Friday.

Notes today:
6 Essential nutrients

provide energy
complex--(starches)breads, pasta, beans, rice, potatoes, corn
simple-(sugar)honey, fruit, milk

proteins: repair body cells and tissues

complete-eggs, meat dairy, fish
incomplete-grains, beans, nuts, plants

saturated--animal based (meat, poultry, dairy) and solid at room temperature 
Unsaturated--plant based , nuts, olives, avocados and liquid at room temperature

vitamins: help regulate body functions
Water soluble--- vitamins B and C (vitamin C --fruit, vegetables) ( Vitamin B--grains)
-------fat soluble----vitamins A,D,E K (milk has D ) (fruits and vegetables A )

strengthen bones and teeth, help keep blood healthy, keep heart and other organs functioning properly
---calcium, phosphorus, magnesium minerals that help your bones (milk has calcium) 
---iron is needed for making red blood cells (meat , spinach, and other green leafy vegetables fruits and dry beans contain iron)
--Potassium, sodium and chloride help maintain body fluids (sodium comes from saly)

helps with digestions, moves nutrients through the body, removes waste and regulates body temperature
need 8-10 cups a day

11/26-returned tests. If you scored a 4,3,2,1 You can earn up to a 5 by coming to the mandatory review on Thursday during lunch and then retaking the test Friday during lunch--MUST PACK A LUNCH BOTH DAYS!!!! You must come Thursday to retake on Friday.

Passed out the workbook for our new unit.

 11/16-ASSESSMENT!!!!! Happy Thanksgiving-Have a wonderful break!!! You have worked hard!!!!

11/15-Assessment tomorrow-practice!!Practice!!!!
Performed conflict resolution skits and gave constructive feedback today

 11/14-If you have not completed the practice test attached to 11/12, please do so so that you can ask me questions tomorrow. Your assessment is Friday!!! Tomorrow we will present our skits.
Stress: -2 types--Eustress-positive stress; Distress-negative stress that has negative effects physically and emotionally
Adrenaline is released that heightens senses, increases heart rate and breathing, sends energy to muscles
Stress management---exercise, playing games, time management, talking to friend or family, watch funny videos, play favorite sport/activity, draw, write, read, color, deep breathing, etc.

11/13-Do the practice test for SEW!! It is attached to 11/12. Assessment is Friday!!
Today we worked on our Conflict resolution skits. Tomorrow we will perform them for a grade.

11/12-Begin working on your practice test. It will be attached to today.
Constructive feedback
Give feedback 1 on 1 not in front of others; don't mention past mistakes; praise good points first before mentioning mistakes; focus on the problem not the person
Receiver: consider the reason for the feedback; focus on the message--helpful advice; ask questions to help you understand their point of view
Conflict Resolution
Take a time out before confronting the other person (count to 10 or take a few minutes)
A-allow each person to tell their side uninterrupted
L-let each person ask a question of the other
K-keep brainstorming to find a win-win solution
Practice test for 7th grade SEW Assessment.pdf

11/9-Deputy Martin Presentation--On-line--What's real or not
Fake news, Predators and Human trafficking
Fact checking:
Who created it?
For whom was it created?
When was it created?
Was it changed in any way?

1. Check the source--look at url-double check spelling and domaine, look at news tab to see if others are reporting it
2. reverse images to see if they appear elsewhere
3. check your biases---go to other website to check 
4. check your gut--if something feels weird
5. Breath--take a deep breath and wait before you post

Don't let strangers in your house--they are in your house when they come in on-line
Predators Groom---they want TRUST and SECRECY ----they will have the same favorites as you--they will take your side especially against your parents, become your BFF online, keep your secrets and if you don't do what they say they will "tell" about you---THESE ARE PREDATORS!!!

Human Trafficking--you are sold, typically for sex, the police go after the person who did this to you. Average age 12-14.

 THINK ............before you SEND
Should I ...
Is the purpose.........    (SEND)
Sexual, secretive,            safe
Embarrassing, exciting,    enjoyable
Naive, needy,                  noble
Dangerous, deviant,         delightful
 5 Ps---Used by Predators and Human Traffickers
1. pretend :to act like someone your age
2. promise :you great things
3. provider: offer to take care of you
4. protector: use intimidation and control
5. Punisher: Uses threats and violence to control you

Deputy Martin- Digital Citizenship Notes
Emotional IQ: the ability to perceive, use, manage or understand emotions--- can only be improved between face to face contact. 80% of success. develops empathetic behavior, brings real world in sight, helps to develop better relationships,
have adult mentors, 

Ways to be a better digital citizen:
be neighborly, know the site before you text-post-write
know where the site is from, block numbers, if something is sexual in nature report it to parents immediately, if something is threatening or mean, report it to parents immediately, make your passwords unique, privacy settings, go out of your way to make someone's day.
Your social media is your "Business"--be sure you are marketing yourself well. colleges and jobs can look into your social media. Everything online can be brought up today, 10 years from now or 20 years from now--do you really want what you placed online out there for your future?

cyberbullying--5 tips:
1. don't respond or retaliate
2. block phone numbers, screen names, emails
3. save the evidence-take screen shots
4. report it
5. Tell a trusted adult--it is standing up for yourself

When sending a text or posting on line----RETHINK!!!!! what was said vs why it was said. what was said is not important, you are priceless!!! Do not agree with people on line--agree with people who are closest to you!! You are priceless!!!

Controlling texts-----report texts or posts if they make you uncomfortable. Pornography is a problem. Sexual pictures can pop up easily--always report those problems. Sexting--sending or receiving sexual pictures is against the law. Can haunt a person forever because once you hit send you cannot take it back. 

11/7--Quiz tomorrow on passive, assertive, aggressive statements; I statements; win-win, win-lose, lose-win, lose-lose
We practiced  and reviewed P/As/Ag statements and I statements today.


Win-win: both people get what they want or can be happy with
ex: "Let's go to dinner"
"Let's go to the movies"
"Lets go to dinner then the movies."
Win-lose: the person is aggressive and get's what they want at the expense of the other person's desires
ex: "We are going to the movies"
"But we always do what you want"
"Yeah, so..."
"Okay, whatever"

Taking the blame or being walked on so the others don't feel bad--a pleaser at all costs
Ex: "Why don't we just go to the movies. My idea idea wouldn't matter anyways"

Neither succeeds, neither gets what they want--both are aggressive and wont give in
ex: "Let's go to the Movies"
"Let's go to Dinner"
"That's stupid"
"I don';t want to go to the movies"
"Forget it--I don't want to do anything."
"Me either"

11/5--Homework due Wed------------------the directions are below:
On a separate sheet of paper write a passive, assertive and aggressive response for the situation (be sure they are labeled correctly and you use quotation marks) and
change the two "You" statements to "I" statements

 "You" to "I" statements
1"You don't care what I think"_________________________________________________________
2. "You're always making me late"______________________________________________________

Write the correct response below to this situation
Your sister borrowed your favorite hoodie without permission.

 Passive statement_____________________________________________________________________________

 Assertive statement__________________________________________________________________________

 Aggressive statement________________________________________________________________________


Passive: the person is quiet and gives in easily and gets walked on
Assertive: the person stands up for themselves and thinks of the other person too
Aggressive: Loud, demanding, doesn't care about the other person's feelings

I statements--stand up for themselves without blaming others. 
Sentences state with "I think..." or "I feel..." DOES NOT use "you"

examples: "
You never let me do anything"
I statement "I feel I never get to do anything"
"You don't include me!"
"I feel I am never included"

11/1--orally practicing the genuine listening notes from yesterday--
Notes: How do you start sentences to show:
Listening with your eyes---" I see that..." ,
Listening with your ears: "I hear that..." or "It sounds like.."
Standing in their shoes: "I understand how you feel about/when...."
                                   "I 've felt that way too when...."
Mirroring: "It sounds like you feel...", "I can see that you are feeling...",
               "So, as i see it...","You're feeling that..." "So, what you're saying is..."

10/31-Happy Halloween----QUIZ ON FRIDAY!!!
Genuine listening Notes:
Mirroring-repeating in your own words, warm and caring, 
Listen with eyes, ears, heart: eyes-pay attention to body language; ears--to the words that are said; Heart--tone used and feelings shown/said
Stand in their shoes: feel what they are feeling (empathy), think of their point of view

10/30--SOS with Ms. DuVal Prevention Sources of Strength

10/29-Mission statement
We created words to live by reading Habit 2-- Begin With The End in Mind

The Great Discovery.
Please answer the following and bring them with you to class if you were absent. 
1. Qualities that I want to develop/have are.......
2. In 20 years the most important people who will be in my life are...and I will be doing....
3. Who or what would I be willing to cross two skyscrapers for?
4. I was deeply inspired when....
5. 10 things I love to do....
6. If I could learn about anything it would be...
7. 5 years from now I hope they will be able to say about me...
8. Create a simile for yourself--I am like a ------because.......
9. If I could, I would spend an hour with.... because....
10. My talents are.....

 10/25-Can do attitude-Take initiative to make things happen; Think about solutions and options; Act
Power tools of being proactive--take time to pause!!!
self-awareness-stand apart from self and observe
conscience-right from wrong
imagination-envision new possibilities
willpower-power to choose

10/24-strength day-abs
We practiced using the reactive and proactive language for various situations--example: Your mom promised to buy you shoes a month ago, but you came home and found out she bout your little sister new shoes today. 

Watched video "No arms, no legs, no worries

Exit-What is something you need to be more proactive about--how will you do that?

 10/23--Mindfulness: parts of the brain--amygdala(fight, flight, freeze, fawn), hippocampus,(memories) prefrontal cortex (thinking, decision-making)
Habit 1--Be Proactive--You have the remote control of your life!
Reactive language--I'll try; That's just the way I am; There's nothing I can do; I have to; I can't; You ruined my day
Proactive language-- I'll do it; I can do better than that; Let's look at all the options; I choose to; There's gotta be a way; I'm not going to let your bad mood rub off on me

10/22--cardio day
Passed out learning graph and work habits graph--please see me if you were absent--they are in the back of the room for you
Planner--we scheduled our weekly plans to help keep us organized.

 10/19-Homework: Binder/spiral due!!!!!!!!!
Presentations of the Private victory occurred

10/18-Homework: Please bring 3 ring binder (1 inch or 1/2 inch) and a single subject spiral notebook by Friday at the latest
Notes: The Private Victory
Keep Promises to Yourself
Do Small Acts of Kindness
Be Gentle with Yourself
Be Honest
Renew Yourself
Tap Into your Talents

10/17-Homework: Please bring 3 ring binder (1 inch or 1/2 inch) and a single subject spiral notebook by Friday at the latest
set up clock partners
Notes: 7 habits
habit 1--Be Proactive
Habit 2- Begin with the End in Mind
Habit 3- Put First things First
Habit 4-Think Win-Win
Habit 5-Seek First to understand, Then be Understood.
Habit 6--Synergize
Habit 7-Sharpen the Saw
Paradigm--your beliefs, perspectives, the way you see things

10/16-Homework: Please bring 3 ring binder (1 inch or 1/2 inch) and a single subject spiral notebook by Friday at the latest
Notes: 3 sides of the health triangle--social health--communication, relationships;
 physical health-sleeping, healthy eating, disease prevention, exercise ;
emotional/mental health--stress and stress management, feelings, mental disorders, mindfulness
10/15--Intro, seating. Homework: Please bring 3 ring binder (1 inch or 1/2 inch) and a single subject spiral notebook by Friday at the latest