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Jacaranda Active Outcomes 1 3E NSW Ac Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Stage 4 LearnON & Print

Jacaranda Active Outcomes 1 3E NSW Ac Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Stage 4 LearnON & Print
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Ruskin
ISBN13 9780730358237
Pub date December 2018
Pages 400
RRP $89.95
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Jacaranda Active Outcomes 1 3e NSW AC PDHPE Stage 4 Print + learnON
This combined print and digital title has been written to provide complete coverage of the new NSW Australian curriculum: PDHPE 7-10 Syllabus. Content and activities are broken down into key concepts making the content accessible for students of all levels.

The latest editions of Jacaranda’s Active Outcomes series include these key features:
• Provides an activity-rich, inquiry-based approach to engage, challenge and reward students of all abilities
• Offers complete coverage of the new NSW PDHPE 7-10 Syllabus
• Develops and enhances students’ knowledge, understanding, skills, values and attitudes required to lead and promote healthy, safe and active lives
• Build students’ confidence to access, understand and use health information and services
• Now available on learnON, an immersive new eBook where everything is in one place for a dynamic and uninterrupted learning experience
• Values the development of movement skills and concepts for confident and competent life-long participation in physical activities

An access code for learnON comes free on the inside cover of your printed text, so you can make the most of both the print and digital formats.

How to use the Jacaranda Active Outcomes resource suite vi

Acknowledgements viii

Strand 1 Health, Wellbeing and Relationships

1 My sense of identity 1

1.1 Overview 1

1.2 My identity 2

1.3 Developing a positive identity 5

1.4 From birth to adolescence 10

1.5 Puberty — the physical changes 16

1.6 Puberty — the social and emotional changes 21

1.7 My sense of belonging and community 26

1.8 Review 29

2 Adolescence — changes and challenges 31

2.1 Overview 31

2.2 The challenges of adolescence 32

2.3 Dealing with loss and grief 37

2.4 Managing changes and challenges 39

2.5 Peer connections 43

2.6 Family connections 46

2.7 Support networks 50

2.8 Accessing health information, resources and services 53

2.9 Review 59

3 Developing respectful relationships 60

3.1 Overview 60

3.2 Relationships 61

3.3 The ways we relate and communicate 68

3.4 Positive and respectful relationships 72

3.5 Power in relationships 76

3.6 Bullying and harassment 80

3.7 Negative relationships 87

3.8 Empowering yourself and others 93

3.9 Review 97

Strand 2 Movement Skill and Performance

4 Movement skills 100

4.1 Overview 100

4.2 Fundamental skills – non-locomotor 101

4.3 Fundamental skills – locomotor 105

4.4 Specialised skills 110

4.5 Manipulative skills 114

4.6 Body control and awareness 118

4.7 Practice 122

4.8 Safety 125

4.9 Testing and evaluating skill development 128

4.10 Let’s dance 133

4.11 Games 137

4.12 Gym fun 141

4.13 Review 150

5 Movement concepts and strategies 152

5.1 Overview 152

5.2 Composing and performing movement 153

5.3 Using feedback 158

5.4 Transferring technique and strategies 161

5.5 Developing game sense 165

5.6 Review 170

6 Building successful teams 172

6.1 Overview 172

6.2 Roles and responsibilities 173

6.3 Working as a team 177

6.4 Tactics and strategies for success 181

6.5 Developing initiative 186

6.6 Ethical behaviour 191

6.7 Review 194

Strand 3 Healthy, Safe and Active Lifestyles

7 Health and wellbeing 196

7.1 Overview 196

7.2 What is health? 197

7.3 Factors that affect health and wellbeing 200

7.4 Making healthy decisions 206

7.5 Making health decisions: nutrition 211

7.6 Mental health 218

7.7 Review 221

8 Staying safe 224

8.1 Overview 224

8.2 Peer relationships 225

8.3 Online safety 230

8.4 Healthy decisions: drugs 233

8.5 Drugs and your health: stimulants 236

8.6 Drugs and your health: depressants 241

8.7 Drugs and your health: hallucinogens 246

8.8 Road safety 250

8.9 Swim safe 254

8.10 A plan of action 259

8.11 Basic first aid 264

8.12 Get active, get happy 271

8.13 Review 276

9 Healthy, safe and active communities 279

9.1 Overview 279

9.2 Cultural influences on physical activity 280

9.3 Impacts of nature on health and wellbeing 285

9.4 Go outdoors 288

9.5 Components of a balanced lifestyle 291

9.6 Valuing diversity and promoting inclusivity 299

9.7 Community participation and connection 306

9.8 Review 311

10 Seeking help 314

10.1 Overview 314

10.2 Empowering people to get healthy 315

10.3 How to assess health information, products and services 319

10.4 Factors influencing young people’s access to health 326

10.5 What health choices do I need to make? 330

10.6 My rights and responsibilities as a health consumer 336

10.7 Looking after yourself 339

10.8 Review 343

11 Fit for life 345

11.1 Overview 345

11.2 Fitness — what is fitness? 346

11.3 Health-related fitness components — how can I measure them? 349

11.4 Health-related fitness components — how can I improve? 355

11.5 Skill-related fitness components — how can I measure them? 358

11.6 Skill-related fitness components — how can I improve? 363

11.7 FITT — the formula for fitness 366

11.8 Fit for life — overcoming barriers to fitness 372

11.9 Review 376

Glossary 378

Index 384