Foundations of Personal Fitness 1.0

Lewisville Independent School District

Foundations of Personal Fitness 1.0 for week of July 17, 2017

FPF Students,

Remember to do your Progress Report Reflection at the end of the modules.

In Module 4 you will be addressing the issue of Nutrition and Wellness. The objectives of Module 4 are:

The student is expected to:

  • Identify the effects of substance abuse on physical performance.
  • Evaluate consumer issues related to physical fitness.

The student comprehends practices that impact daily performance, physical activity, and health. The student is expected to:

  • Investigate positive and negative attitudes towards exercise and physical activities.
  • Describe physical fitness activities that can be used for stress reduction.
  • Explain how over training may contribute to negative health problems such as bulimia and anorexia.
  • Analyze the relationship between sound nutritional practices and physical activity.
  • Explain myths associated with physical activity and nutritional practices.
  • Analyze methods of weight control such as diet, exercise, or combination of both.
  • Identify changeable risk factors such as inactivity, smoking, nutrition, and stress that affect physical activity and health.

Assignments in Module 4 are:

  1. Complete the Are We What We Eat? Padlet Activity
  2. Sign Up for SuperTracker
  3. Complete the Stress Padlet Activity
  4. Complete the Exploring Attitudes Reflection
  5. Create a Healthy Attitudes PSA
  6. Participate in the Healthy Attitudes Forum
  7. Complete the PSA Myth Busters Assignment
  8. Complete the Check for Understanding
  9. Complete Health Talk Check-In #2
  10. Submit your Health Talk Final Project
  11. Complete Nutrition Tracker 1: Food Log
  12. Complete Nutrition Tracker 2: Analyzing Eating Habits
  13. Complete Nutrition Tracker 3: Nutrition Journal
  14. Complete Nutrition Tracker 4: Final Reflection
  15. Complete Module 4 Test

Module 4 is Due (in its entirety) on July 30, 2017.

*Grades in VLA courses DO COUNT toward UIL eligibility.
It is the student's responsibility to make themselves familiar with the VLA late work guidelines. Those guidelines can be found on the course web page and in the course syllabus.
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