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Health Education

Provides comprehensive knowledge and skills to promote health, covering topics such as disease prevention, healthy lifestyles, and health initiatives.

health

education

wellness

prevention

disease

nutrition

exercise

safety

hygiene

sexuality

mental health

substance abuse

reproductive health

public health

health promotion

Imitating game or Relay ActivityØ Duck or chicken

  • Imitating game

True or False: A serving is how much you would eat in three meals.

  • True
  • False

It refers not only to the absences of disease, but the ability to recover and bounce back from illness and other problems

  • HEALTH

give 3 determinants to learn

  • Learning Needs, Readiness to Learn and Learning Styles

The central functions of a nurse educator which involve, planning and organizing course.

  • Instructional role
  • Faculty role
  • Individual role
  • None of the above

Imitating game or Relay ActivityØ Tip of grass and dragonfly racing

  • Imitating game

are defined as gasp in knowledge that exist between a desire level of performance and actual level of performance.

  • learning
  • teaching
  • learning needs
  • teaching needs

give the meaning of E in assurE

  • evaluate the teaching plan and revise as necessary

Imitating game or Relay ActivityØ Turn off the tap

  • Imitating game

Describe the teaching activities, specific content areas and resources used to facilitate effective instruction

  • INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

True or FalseRhythmic movement improves discipline, confidence, and harmony.

  • True

My favorite vegetable is

  • [No Answer]

What skin condition is seen here?

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  • acne
  • ringworm
  • dandruff

Which of the following contains the most healthy fats?

  • Cheese
  • Butter
  • Red meats
  • Olive Oil

Imitating game or Relay ActivityØ Crab racing

  • Imitating game

How we can solve a conflict?

  • forgive each other
  • forgive each other
  • respect
  • tolerate

A person who is competent or skilled in doing or using something.

  • Novice
  • Expert
  • Competent
  • Proficient

Imitating game or Relay ActivityØ Hunting crows

  • Imitating game

Which skin condition is seen here?

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  • acne
  • ringworm
  • dandruff

give the meaning if R in assuRe

  • require learner performance

What are sign of conflicts?

  • feeling happy
  • feeling thankful
  • mad
  • frustrated

List down 3 healthy food for a kid

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  • fruits,vegettables, bean

Anxiety influences a person’s ability to perform at cognitive, affective, and psychomotor levels. In particular, it affects patients’ ability to concentrate and retain information.

  • Motivation
  • Support System
  • Anxiety Level
  • Risk-Taking Behavior

Which system of the body ingests food and breaks it down into usable nutrients?

  • digestive system
  • muscular system
  • circulatory system

Research suggests that women are generally more receptive to medical care and take fewer risks with their health than do men.

  • GENDER
  • Health Status
  • Environmental Effects
  • Complexity of Task

True or False Imitative games build unity among people.

  • True

objectives without goals will result in anything meaningful and worthwhile.

  • true
  • false

Aims of first aid (3p)

  • To preserve life
  • Protect the casuality
  • Proper utilisation
  • Promote recovery

Variations in the complexity of the task affect the extent to which the learner can master the behavioral changes in the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains

  • Measures of ability
  • Gender
  • Health Status
  • Complexity of Task

What are situations that can cause injured?

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  • playing with scissors
  • playing with scissors
  • using a knife

The Commission on the Reorganization of Secondary Education identified the desired outcomes where _______________ was the first of seven cardinal outcome objectives.

  • Health

Learning disabilities, which may be accompanied by low-level reading skills, are not necessarily indicative of an individual’s intellectual abilities.

  • Learning and Reading Disabilities
  • Learning Styles
  • Present Knowledge Base
  • Cognitive Ability

Which emergency service could I reach at 211?

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3 criteria for prioritizing learning needs

  • assessment, planning, evaluation.
  • learning needs, readiness to learn, learning styles.
  • ASSURE
  • mandatory, desirable, possible.

Lessons about fire prevention, traffic safety and bicycle safety are included in this particular subject.

  • Emergency Management System
  • Basic Life Support
  • Safety Education
  • Introduction to Public Health

Referred as learning objectives make use of modifier behavioral learning to denote that this type of objective is action oriented rather than content oriented

  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES
  • INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES

True or False: The vegetable food group contains the major vitamins and minerals.

  • True
  • False

Are need by the tissues, especially the nerves. They give heat to the body.

  • FATS

Name the organ which is the largest organ and also serves to protect your internal parts.

  • heart
  • feet
  • skin

Person who is new to the circumstances, work, etc., in which he or she is placed; beginner;

  • Novice
  • Competent
  • Advanced beginner
  • Expert

he developed a system for writing behavioral objectives to help teachers make appropriate instructional decisions.

  • robert mager

· The extent to which someone is driven to achieve is related to the type of short- and long-term goals established by the learner.

  • Locus of Control
  • Past Coping Mechanisms
  • Level of Aspiration
  • Cultural Background

These activities create unity among people.

  • Relay activities

is a process of assisting people to learn health-related behaviors that they can incorporate into everyday life with the goal of achieving optimal health and independence in self-care

  • teaching
  • staff education
  • learning
  • patient education

give the meaning of S in ASSURE

  • state the objectives

· - Educators can determine whether readiness to learn is prompted by internal or external stimuli in ascertaining the learner’s previous life patterns of responsibility and assertiveness.

  • Cultural Background
  • Locus of Control
  • Past Coping Mechanisms
  • Level of Aspiration

is defined as a change in behavior that can be observed or measured and that occurs at any environmental stimuli

  • learning
  • patient education
  • teaching
  • staff education

· Members of the patient’s support system who are available to assist with self-care activities at home should be present during at least some of the teaching sessions so that they can learn how to help the patient if the need arises.

  • Anxiety Level
  • Risk-Taking Behavior
  • Support System
  • Motivation

School health professionals often state that the ____________________ began in 1850.

  • Health inspection
  • Modern school health era
  • Era of medical inspection
  • Institutionalizing comparable program

A rigorous daily exercise regimen.

  • FITNESS

Which action could help someone with dandruff?

  • Exercise
  • Washing their hair
  • Drinking lots of water

· Educators must explore the coping mechanisms that learners have been using to understand how they have dealt with previous problems.

  • Level of Aspiration
  • Past Coping Mechanisms
  • Cultural Background
  • Locus of Control

_________________ is how food affects the health of the body.

  • metabolism
  • nutrition
  • survival

What are the communicable disease

  • Malaria
  • Hyper tension
  • Heart attack
  • Covid19
  • Tuberculosis

may be written and reflect aspects of a main objectives

  • goal
  • objectives
  • subobjectives

perform the act of teaching using specific teaching methods and instructional materials

  • evaluation
  • implementation
  • assessment
  • planning

Which foods contain the most carbohydrates?

  • Ice cream
  • Pasta
  • Apple
  • Steak

· The extent to which information can be processed is indicative of the learner’s capabilities. The educator must match the level of behavioral objectives to the cognitive ability of the learner.

  • Learning and Reading Disabilities
  • Cognitive Ability
  • Present Knowledge Base
  • Learning Styles

Imitating game or Relay ActivityØ Back-passing

  • Relay activity

Please thick the correct answers.Aedes mosquito like to breed in

  • household water
  • household water
  • flower pot
  • tyres

Each task associated with human development produces a peak time for readiness to learn, known as a teachable moment

  • Anxiety Level
  • Developmental Stage
  • Support System
  • Frame of Mind

What are the three main parts of the external body?

  • eyes, ears and nose
  • head, torso and limbs
  • knees, shoulders and toes

Which of the following demonstrates the faculty role?

  • Motivating and challenging students to pursue and sustain learning activities
  • Explaining, classifying and interpreting
  • Resource person to groups outside of the institution

How many helpers are needed in back passing?

  • 3 volunteers
  • 4 helpers
  • 2 volunteers
  • 1 volunteer

True or False. Running and picking up activity uses cones.

  • False

It is the science of promoting and prolonging health

  • Health Education
  • Hygiene
  • Public Health
  • Sanitation

Imitating game or Relay Activity Ø Run and pick-up

  • Relay activity

Gained some mastery, but still lacks the speed and flexibility.

  • Novice
  • Advanced beginner
  • Competent
  • Expert

True or FalseRelay activities are activities in which each player takes turns performing activities.

  • True

Ascertain learning needs, readiness to learn, and learning styles.

  • assessment
  • evaluation
  • implementation
  • planning

Which role function wherein she brings her basic dignity and distinct personality everywhere she goes.

  • Individual role
  • Faculty role
  • Instructional role
  • all of the above

Imitating game or Relay ActivityØ Cast net

  • Imitating game

Which sense organ helps me to experience when places or objects are hot or cold?

  • eye
  • tongue
  • skin

How much someone already knows about a specific subject or how proficient that person is at performing a task is an important factor to determine before designing and implementing instructions.

  • Learning Styles
  • Learning and Reading Disabilities
  • Cognitive Ability
  • Present Knowledge Base

_______________ is a type of food rich in protein.

  • beans
  • wheat
  • yam

Ability to perform a task requires fine and/or gross motor movements, sensory acuity, adequate strength, flexibility, coordination, and endurance.

  • Complexity of Task
  • Measures of ability
  • Environmental effects
  • Gender

is the process of influencing the behavior of nurses by producing changes in their knowledge, attitudes, and skills to help them maintain and improve their competencies for the delivery of high-quality care to the consumer

  • patient education
  • staff education
  • teaching and instruction
  • learning

refer to the ways in which and conditions under which learners most efficiently and most effectively perceive, process, store, and recall what they are attempting to learn and their preferred approaches to different learning tasks

  • Learning styles
  • Present Knowledge Base
  • Cognitive Ability
  • Learning and Reading Disabilities

_______________ vaccination became a prerequisite to school attendance during the outbreak of this communicable disease.

  • Small pox
  • Dengue
  • Measles
  • Anti-rabies

The era of school medical inspection began earnest at the end of the nineteenth century with___________________ as in-charge in medical inspection.

  • School nurses
  • Medical inspectors
  • Health administrators
  • Physicians

give the second S in asSure

  • _select the instructional methods and materials

this model is useful paradigm originally developed to assist nurses to organize and carry out the education process.

  • ASSURE

Yoga is a _____ word

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  • Greek
  • Sanskrit
  • Tamil
  • Marati

The educator can assist patients in developing strategies that help reduce the level of risk associated with their choices.

  • Developmental Stage
  • Anxiety Level
  • Risk-Taking Behavior

A calorie measures

  • energy

What are some of the benefits of eating healthy?

  • Consuming nutrients
  • Consuming nutrients
  • Reducing risk of developing health conditions
  • Maintaining a healthy weight

____________________ is one of the function of the digestive system.

  • digestion

Imitating game or Relay ActivityØ Single-leg hop

  • Relay activity

True or FalseOne-legged hop uses rope.

  • False

We can use _________ for swollen injury.

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  • wet towel
  • ice
  • cold water
  • pressure

give the meaning of U in assUre

  • use the instructional methods and materials

What is the symptoms of tuberclosis

  • [No Answer]

True or FalseThe postures move according to a rhythm with patterns and steps.

  • True

What are sign and symptoms of dengue fever?

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  • sleepy
  • rash
  • fever

one of these is NOT a class of food nutrient.

  • crude oil
  • fats and oil
  • protein

Imitating game or Relay ActivityØ Cross country race

  • Relay activity

An environment conducive to learning helps to hold the learner’s attention and stimulate interest in learning.

  • Complexity of Task
  • Measures of ability
  • Environmental Effects
  • Gender

A person who has a comprehensive and authoritative knowledge of or skill in a particular area.

  • Novice
  • Proficient
  • Expert
  • Competent

Imitating game or Relay ActivityJump and crawl

  • Relay activity

A type of group activity that helps players develop appropriately, build harmony, take responsibility, and helps them work happily with others.

  • Relay activities

it is necessary to have both goal and objectives to accomplish something.

  • true
  • false

Which of the following is NOT a fruit?

  • Apple
  • Banana
  • Avocado
  • Broccoli

A rope is used in this movement. Swing the rope over your body and jump at the same time without your feet touching the rope.

  • Jumping rope

Is a substance put together by nature into plant or animal's life.

  • Hygiene
  • Public Health
  • Sanitation
  • Food

Foods are said to be the most important of all food because they keep the work of the different parts of the body well balanced.

  • Protin
  • Proteen
  • Protien
  • Protein
  • Prutien

Yama means

  • Way of life

can be defined as the time when the learner demonstrates an interest in learning the information necessary to maintain optimal health or to become more skillful in a job.

  • complexity of task
  • readiness to learn
  • learning
  • support system

What are the Adhikara yoga?

  • Yama
  • Yama
  • Asana
  • Niyama

The educator’s knowledge about other cultures and sensitivity to behavioral differences between cultures are important so that the educators can avoid teaching in opposition to cultural beliefs.

  • Past Coping Mechanisms
  • Level of Aspiration
  • Locus of Control
  • Cultural Background

What is the sense organ for taste?

  • eye
  • tongue
  • nose

Another name for Dandasana

  • Staff pose

The number for the fire service is __________.

  • 311

Which picture is aedes mosquito?

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Helps in developing bony tissue.

  • Calcuim
  • Calcium
  • Calccium
  • Callsium
  • Calseum

FOUR TYPES OF READINESS TO LEARN

  • P–Physical Readiness E–Emotional Readiness E–Experiential Readiness K–Knowledge Readiness

True or False: There is no correlation between adequately hydrating and improving cognitive function.

  • True
  • False

Tick all that are true. I can keep myself safe in the bathroom by

  • playing with sockets
  • running in the bathroom
  • washing my hands properly
  • not using food or drink there

needs that must be learned for survival or situation in which the learner's life safety is threated

  • desirable
  • possible
  • mandatory

The _____________ system of the body is made up bones, ligaments and tendons.

  • muscular
  • skeletal
  • respiratory

________________ are groups of organs and tissues that work together to perform important jobs for the body.

  • nutrition
  • body systems
  • illnesses

Conflict is arguments, fights or disegreement between two person.

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  • True
  • False

deliberate interventions that involve sharing information and experiences to meet intended learner outcomes in the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains according to an education plan.

  • staff educaton
  • patient education
  • learning
  • teaching and instruction

describes precisely what the learner will be able to do following a learning situation

  • INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

Which system of the body allows gas exchange between cells and the environment?

  • circulatory system
  • digestive system
  • respiratory system

Defined as a function, responsibility, job, duty, task, position, or behavior that includes accountability, and responsibility for the position that one holds.

  • Duty
  • Occupation
  • Profession
  • Role

Another name of padmasana

  • Camel posture
  • Lotus posture
  • Corpse posture
  • None of these

A virus will often make you feel

  • lonely
  • sick
  • fine

determine behavior changes knowledge, skills, attitude

  • assessment
  • planning
  • implementation
  • evaluation

It is actively involved in determining the design of a school health program and in supporting and reinforcing the goals of program.

  • Administrator
  • Health teacher
  • Community
  • Family

It is fun and helps promote physical growth and development.

  • Sleeping
  • Playing games
  • Playing ML
  • Coordinated movements

involves concern about the here and now versus the future. If survival is of primary concern, readiness to learn will be focused on the present to meet basic human needs.

  • Support System
  • Motivation
  • Developmental Stage
  • Frame of Mind

Are used to identify the intended outcomes of the education process, whether referring to an aspect of a program or total program of study

  • BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES
  • INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Imitating game or Relay ActivityØ Zigzag run

  • Relay Activity

needs that are not life dependent but that are related to well-being or the overall ability to provide high-quality care n situations.

  • mandatory
  • desirable
  • posible

True or False.Imitation games are games where players start acting, making sounds, and imitating people, animals, nature, or things.

  • True

Which body part is external?

  • eyes
  • brain
  • heart

It encourages creativity and is fun.

  • Imitating games

needs for information that is nice to know but not essential or required, or situations in which the learning need is not directly related to daily activities.

  • possible
  • desirable
  • mandatory

Two types of Foods.(Format: --------- AND -------- FOODS)

  • ENERGY-GROWTH GIVING AND REGULATING FOODS

An important intervention during the emergence of tuberculosis.

  • Health chores
  • Open-air classroom
  • Vaccination
  • Safety education

Outcome to be achieved at the end of the teaching and learning process

  • goal
  • objectives
  • subobjectives

Tick all that are examples of good hygiene habits.

  • Biting nails.
  • Drinking enough water.
  • Wearing clean clothes
  • Bathing weekly
  • Brushing your teeth daily

_______________ is an example of food rich in Vitamins.

  • cheese
  • milk
  • orange

Subjects required under the enacted law in United States.____________ and ____________Write the complete name of the subject including "and"

  • Health Education and Physical Education

What can you find on a nutrition facts label?

  • Serving size
  • Calories
  • Total carbohydrates
  • All of the above

The Coronavirus has affected the whole world. The Coronavirus or Covid -19 would be an example of which of the following?

  • a way to social distance
  • a pandemic
  • a symptom

What are causes of conflicts?

  • helping others
  • take/use others stuff without permission
  • sharing foods
  • grab toys with sibling

The level of motivation reflects what learners perceive as an expectation of themselves or others. Interest in teacher-learner interactions is a cue to motivation.

  • Motivation
  • Anxiety Level
  • Gender
  • Support System

List down 3 unhealthy snacks

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  • ice cream, junk food, burger

Shaniah tried Abigail´s pizza pie and thought it was delicious. Which sense was she using here?

  • hearing
  • smelling
  • tasting

develop teaching plan based on mutually predetermined behavioral outcomes to meet individual needs

  • evaluation
  • assessment
  • planning
  • implementation

A healthy eating pattern includes which of the following?

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  • Variety of fruits and vegetables
  • Whole grains
  • Fat-free and low-fat dairy products
  • Variety of proteins
  • All of the above

Which system of the body circulates blood around the body via the heart, arteries and veins?

  • [No Answer]

Which of these is an internal body part?

  • head
  • brain
  • legs

All you need in your first aid kit EXCEPT :

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  • bandages
  • small scissors
  • ointment
  • pencil sharpener

give meaning of A in assure

  • analyze the learner

_______________ have been the focus of numerous and varied efforts to promote and secure the health of young people.

  • Optimum health
  • Individual Education Plans (IEP)
  • Early screening programs
  • Health promotion

short term and should be achieved at the end of teaching session or shortly adter several teaching session.

  • goal
  • objectives
  • subobjectives

Which sense organ helps me to hear?

  • eye
  • ear
  • nose

Yuj means

  • To join
  • To join
  • Union

These relationships are evident in the policies and programs of the school.

  • Health education and Physical Education
  • Personal and Mental Health
  • Health status and educational achievement
  • Growth and development

The unit used to measure the amount of energy the body gets from food are called

  • serving size
  • carbohydrates
  • calories
  • scale

A person having the necessary ability, knowledge, or skill to do something successfully

  • Novice
  • Advanced beginner
  • Competent
  • Proficient

To which external body part does the leg belong?

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  • head
  • torso
  • limbs

RA 9173 is also known as;

  • The Philippine Nursing Act of 2002

goal without objectives cannot be achieved.

  • true
  • false

Coronavirus is contagious. What does this mean?

  • Some people die from it.
  • It is easily spread.
  • Children cannot get the virus.

_______ is a social science that draws from the biological, environmental, psychological, physical, and medical sciences to promote health and prevent disease.

  • HEALTH EDUCATION

If you don't drink enough water throughout the day you could become

  • dehydrated

Another name for savasana

  • Corpse pose

Which one helps you to twist and bend your body?

  • head
  • limbs
  • torso

Which of the following contains the most protein?

  • Potatoes
  • Asparagus
  • Chicken
  • Grape

Knowing the teaching methods and materials allows the educator to tailor teaching to meet the needs of individuals with different styles of learning, thereby increasing their readiness to learn.

  • Cognitive Ability
  • Learning and Reading Disabilities
  • Learning Styles
  • Present Knowledge Base

Are regulating foods, also can be obtained by eating plants.

  • MINERALS

What are 4 levels of food pyramid?

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  • fats, dairy, protein, fruits and vegetables, carbohydrates

Which vitamin is required for the metabolism of carbohydrates and amino acids?

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin B
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin E
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