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Fourth Grade Wellness Content Standards and Objectives


Students in the fourth grade will demonstrate wellness behaviors, practice health-enhancing skills and become advocates for their own personal health. Students will propose wellness strategies to develop independence, self-motivation and critical thinking skills.

Advancements in proficiency of motor skills and movement concepts allow greater exploration of lifetime physical activities. Fourth grade incorporates vigorous activity to enhance physical development, social skills, and fosters participation in enjoyable physical activity outside the classroom. The West Virginia Standards for 21st Century Learning include the following components: 21st Century Content Standards and Objectives and 21st Century Learning Skills and Technology Tools. All West Virginia teachers are responsible for classroom instruction that integrates learning skills, technology and objectives.

Note: §18-2-7a (1) required Fourth Grade– “Not less than thirty minutes of physical education, including physical exercise and age-appropriate physical activities, for not less than three days a week.” “(c) Enrollment in physical education classes and activities required by the provisions of this section shall not exceed, and shall be consistent with, state guidelines for enrollment in all other subjects and classes: Provided, That schools which do not currently have the number of certified physical education teachers, do not currently have the required physical setting or would have to significantly alter academic offerings to meet the physical education requirements may develop alternate programs that will enable current staff, physical settings and offerings to be used to meet the physical education requirements established herein.”




Grade 4

Wellness


Standard:1

Wellness Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives (WE.S.01)

(WE.S.01)

Students will comprehend and demonstrate concepts related to wellness promotion and disease prevention that apply to daily living experiences.

Performance Descriptors WE.S.01

Distinguished

Above Mastery

Mastery

Partial Mastery

Novice

Fourth grade students performing at the distinguished level will assist others in identifying: ways to reduce the risk of contagious diseases, drug misuse/abuse and exposure to the sun, health problems common to their school, major organs and functions of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, endocrine systems of the human body, and moderate to vigorous physical activities.

Fourth grade students performing at the above mastery level will inform others of ways: to reduce the risk of contagious diseases, drug misuse/abuse and exposure to the sun, health problems common to their school, major organs and functions of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, endocrine systems of the human body, to participate in moderate to vigorous physical activities.

Fourth grade students performing at the mastery level will: identify ways to reduce the risk of contagious diseases, drug misuse/abuse and exposure to the sun, health problems common to their school, major organs and functions of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, endocrine systems of the human body, and demonstrate moderate to vigorous physical activities.

Fourth grade students performing at the partial mastery level will with encouragement: identify ways to reduce the risk of contagious diseases, drug misuse/abuse and exposure to the sun, health problems common to their school, major organs and functions of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, endocrine systems of the human body, and demonstrate moderate to vigorous physical activities.

Fourth grade students performing at the novice level will with guidance and assistance: identify ways to reduce the risk of contagious diseases, drug misuse/abuse and exposure to the sun, health problems common to their school, major organs and functions of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, endocrine systems of the human body, and demonstrate moderate to vigorous physical activities.

Objectives

Students will

WE.4.1.01

identify responsible health behaviors to avoid the spread of contagious diseases.

WE.4.1.02

identify health problems that are common in the school setting.

WE.4.1.03

describe major organs of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, endocrine systems of the human body.

WE.4.1.04

describe the harmful effects of too much sun exposure and what steps can be used to reduce exposure.

WE.4.1.05

cite examples of improper use, misuse and abuse of drugs (e.g. alcohol, tobacco, OTC).

WE.4.1.06

identify and demonstrate at least 3 physical activities of moderate to vigorous intensity that one can do outside of school environment for most if not all days of the week.




Grade 4

Wellness

Standard:2

Wellness Information and Services (WE.S.2)

(WE.S.2)

Students will demonstrate the ability to access valid wellness information, products and services that apply to daily living experiences.

Performance Descriptors WE.S.2

Distinguished

Above Mastery

Mastery

Partial Mastery

Novice

Fourth grade students performing at the distinguished level will: independently identify community sources for health care, health information and health enhancing activities; and analyze the value of advertised health products.

Fourth grade students performing at the above mastery level will: identify community sources for health care, health information and health enhancing activities; and assess the value of advertised health products.

Fourth grade students performing at the mastery level will: recognize community sources for health care, health information and health enhancing activities; and state the value of advertised health products.

Fourth grade students performing at the partial mastery level will with encouragement: recognize community sources for health care, health information and health enhancing activities; and state the value of advertised health products.

Fourth grade students performing at the novice level will with guidance and assistance: recognize community sources for health care, health information and health enhancing activities; and state the value of advertised health products.

Objectives

Students will

WE.4.2.01

recommend specific resources in the community from which to seek health care, health information, and health enhancing activities.

WE.4.2.02

explain whom the media is trying to influence with health related products advertised on TV (or through other media).




Grade 4

Wellness

Standard: 3

Wellness Behaviors (WE.S.3)

(WE.S.3)

Students will demonstrate the ability to practice wellness behaviors and reduce health risks that apply to daily living experiences.

Performance Descriptors WE.S.3

Distinguished

Above Mastery

Mastery

Partial Mastery

Novice

Fourth grade students performing at the distinguished level will assist others with determining: strengths and weaknesses from the FITNESSGRAM, components of the F.I.T.T. principle, individual differences, use and misuse of drugs, risk-taking behaviors, meeting FITNESSGRAM standards, fitness assessment items to the appropriate fitness component and personal hygiene plan; working cooperative, productive and safely in partner or small groups; recognizing and accepting individual differences in others.

Fourth grade students performing at the above mastery level will inform others of: strengths and weaknesses from the FITNESSGRAM, components of the F.I.T.T. principle, individual differences, use and misuse of drugs, risk-taking behaviors, meeting FITNESSGRAM standards, matching fitness assessment items to the appropriate fitness component, and developing a personal hygiene plan; working cooperative, productive and safely in partner or small groups; recognizing and accepting individual differences in others.

Fourth grade students performing at the mastery level will: identify strengths and weaknesses from the FITNESSGRAM, components of the F.I.T.T. principle, individual differences; list the use and misuse of drugs; describe risk-taking behaviors; meet FITNESSGRAM standards; match fitness assessment items to the appropriate fitness component; develop a personal hygiene plan; work cooperative, productive and safely in partner or small groups; recognize and accept individual differences in others.

Fourth grade students performing at the partial mastery level will with encouragement: identify strengths and weaknesses from the FITNESSGRAM, components of the F.I.T.T. principle, individual differences; list the use and misuse of drugs; describe risk-taking behaviors; meet FITNESSGRAM standards; match fitness assessment items to the appropriate fitness component; develop a personal hygiene plan; work cooperative, productive and safely in partner or small groups; recognize and accept individual differences in others.

Fourth grade students performing at the novice level will with guidance and assistance: identify strengths and weaknesses from the FITNESSGRAM, components of the F.I.T.T. principle, individual differences; list the use and misuse of drugs; describe risk-taking behaviors; meet FITNESSGRAM standards; match fitness assessment items to the appropriate fitness component; develop a personal hygiene plan; work cooperative, productive and safely in partner or small groups; recognize and accept individual differences in others.

Objectives

Students will

WE.4.3.01

discuss the use and misuse of drugs (alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, over-the-counter and prescription drugs).

WE.4.3.02

define risk-taking behaviors (e.g., ATOD, nonuse of protective equipment) and their consequences.

WE.4.3.03

meet the gender and age-appropriate health-related fitness standards defined in FITNESSGRAM, excluding Body Mass Compositon.

WE.4.3.04

identify personal strengths and weaknesses of the health-related fitness components from the FITNESSGRAM, excluding Body Mass Compositon

WE.4.3.05

match fitness assessment items to the appropriate fitness component.

WE.4.3.06

identify the characteristics of activities needed to maintain health-related fitness.

WE.4.3.07

identify the components of the F.I.T.T. principle of exercise: frequency, intensity, time, and type.

WE.4.3.08

develop and practice a personal hygiene plan.

WE.4.3.09

work cooperatively, productively and safely with a partner or small group.

WE.4.3.10

recognize and accept individual differences in others (e.g. skills, appearance, gender).




Grade 4

Wellness

Standard:4

Responsible Personal and Social Behaviors (WE.S.4)

(WE.S.4)

Students will name ways that cultural, media and other factors influence decisions in daily living experiences.

Performance Descriptors WE.S.4

Distinguished

Above Mastery

Mastery

Partial Mastery

Novice

Fourth grade students performing at the distinguished level will assist others on: comparing and contrasting menus from culturally different restaurants, food advertising and their influences on personal health, TV programs that promote healthy family relationships, technology that examine benefits of using recreational safety equipment.

Fourth grade students performing at the above mastery level will: compare and contrast menus from culturally different restaurants; inform others on food advertising and their influences on personal health, TV programs that promote healthy family relationships, of technology that examine benefits of using recreational safety equipment.

Fourth grade students performing at the mastery level will: compare menus from culturally different restaurants; provide examples of food advertising and their influences on personal health; select TV programs that promote healthy family relationships; use technology to examine benefits of using recreational safety equipment.

Fourth grade students performing at the partial mastery level will with encouragement: compare menus from culturally different restaurants; provide examples of food advertising and their influences on personal health; select TV programs that promote healthy family relationships; use technology to examine benefits of using recreational safety equipment.

Fourth grade students performing at the novice level will with guidance and assistance: compare menus from culturally different restaurants; provide examples of food advertising and their influences on personal health; select TV programs that promote healthy family relationships; use technology to examine benefits of using recreational safety equipment.

Objectives

Students will

WE.4.4.01

analyze menus from culturally different restaurants for nutritional value.

WE.4.4.02

discuss examples of food advertising and their influences on personal health.

WE.4.4.03

select and discuss TV programs that exemplify healthy family relationships.

WE.4.4.04

explore technology to examine risks involved in not using appropriate safety skills and equipment for recreational purposes (e.g., bike riding, helmet use).

WE.4.4.05

Plan a balanced meal using proper nutrition guides (e.g., Food Guide Pyramid for Children).
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