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  • 1. NZ CURRICULUM – HEALTH and PHYSICAL EDUCATION
    Essence Statement:
    The focus is on the well – being of students themselves, of other people, and of society through learning in health related and movement contexts.
    Introductory Statement:
    Develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes to make informed decisions and to act on ways that contribute.....
  • 2. Concepts:
    Learning activities arise from the integration of concepts.
    • Hauora
    • 3. Attitudes and Values
    • 4. Socio – Ecological Perspective
    • 5. Health Promotion
    Concepts:
    Curriculum is underpinned by four concepts.
    • Well Being ( Hauora )
    • 6. Health Promotion.
    • 7. Socio Ecological perspective
    • 8. Importance of Attitudes and Values on Hauora
    These are defined in terms of being teacher or student outcomes
  • 9. Why Study in this Learning Area ?
    Accepting challenges, students reflect on the nature of well – being and how to promote it.
    Taking responsibility for themselves and contribute to well being beyond the classroom.
    How is the Learning Structured?
    Activities arise from the integration of the concepts, four strands, and achievement objectives, and the seven key learning areas.
  • 10. Strands:
    • Personal Health and Physical Development
    • 11. Movement Concepts and Motor Skills
    • 12. Relationships with other People.
    • 13. Health Communities and Environments
    Four General Aims:
    They are a clear and structured progression of achievement objectives that span all learning areas.
  • 14. Seven Key Learning Areas:
    Programmes are at both primary and secondary levels.
    Contributes to the development of the essential skills.
  • 15. Note:
    • Schools are to consult with communities developing health and sexuality programmes - no timeframe involved.
    • 16. Legislative requirement, every 18 months.
    • 17. All students are to learn basic aquatic skills.
    • 18. Learning fundamental aquatic skills.
    • 19. Outdoor education programmes must follow safe practices and meet legal requirements.
    • 20. Comply with legislative requirements.
    • 21. Related subjects –Health Education, PE, Home Economics
  • Health Education:
    Develop:
    • An understanding of the factors that influence health.
    • 22. Competencies for ( mental illness, reproductive health and positive sexuality, safety management and nutritional needs ).
    Strengthen personal identity and sense of self worth.
    Demonstrate empathy and develop skills to enhance relationships.
  • 23. Physical Education:
    Focuses on movement.
    Learning in, through, and about movement.
    Relating positively to others, demonstrating constructive attitudes and values.
    Engaging in play, games, sport......
    Movement promotes/ supports the development of physical and social skills.
    Fosters critical thinking.
    Understanding the role of physical activity.
  • 24. LINKS
    RESOURCES
    PLANNING
    UNIT EXAMPLE
    TKI EXEMPLARS