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Copy of Unit 1- Anatomy for sport and Exercise

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Health screening techniques

Previous lesson outcomes

To develop understanding health screening techniques (P2)
To devise and use appropriate health screening procedures for two contrasting individuals (P3)
To safely administer health monitoring tests for two contrasting individuals (P4)
Lesson outcomes
P4- Interpret the results of four different health monitoring tests from two contrasting individuals (Group research)

M2- Describe the strengths and areas for improvement for two
contrasting individuals using information from health screening
questionnaires and health monitoring tests (individual task)

D1- Evaluate the health screening questionnaires and health
monitoring test results (Peer assessment of questionnaires and test)
and provide recommendations for lifestyle improvement
( Role play practice)

What do you already know?
Tick the boxes at the start of the lesson if you can give detailed answers for the following questions

1. What are the average normative values for heart rate, blood pressure, waist - to- hip ratio and BMI for males or females?

2. Can you describe the strengths of one of your participants health monitoring tests?

3. Can you justify providing recommendations for lifestyle improvements for your participants?
Task- In groups and using resources available
research
normative data on health monitoring
test. You have 6 minutes.


Heart rate (HR)
(Nathan, Yasmin and Michael)


Blood pressure (BP)
(Jay Jack and Aimee)


Waist-to-hip ratio
(Chloe, Alice and Kaz)


Body Mass Index(BMI)
( Dilraj, Drew and Craig)










Normative data
Heart rate (HR)
Blood pressure (BP)
How it can be measured:

By the radial artery in the wrist or via a digital blood pressure monitor

Normative data for resting heart rate:

Men: The average resting heart rate for men is 68 beats per minute.

Women: The average resting heart rate for women is 72 beats per minute.

When generally have larger hearts than females, which can pump a greater volume of oxygenated blood around the body.

A higher resting heart rate is >100bpm.
How it can be measured: Blood pressure can be measured using a digital blood pressure monitor.

Systolic- The highest pressure within the bloodstream, which occurs during each beat when the heart is contracting.

Diastolic- The lowest pressure in blood stream, which occurs between beats when the heart is relaxing (Filling with blood).
Waist - to - hip ratio
The ratio can determine levels of obesity
and those at risk of heart disease.

Divide the waist measurement (cm)
by the hip measurement (cm) to
obtain the waist- to- hip ratio
Body mass index (BMI)

BMI is a measure of body
composition in kg/m2 and is used
to determine to what degree
someone is overweight.

For women a desirable BMI is
21-23kg/m2 for women and 22-24 kg/m2 for men. The risk of cardiovascular
disease increases sharply at a BMI of
27.8kg/m2 for men and 27.3kg/m2 for women.


Justify why or why not, using a BMI test is reliable?



M2- Describe the strengths and areas for improvement for two contrasting individuals using information from health screening questionnaires and health monitoring tests


What was the persons best What was the persons weakest results?
results? why was it a strength?





Task1
: You now have
3
minutes to categorize your results from your questionnaires and health monitoring tests into either strengths or areas for improvement.



Remember!

Some of your results may not seem like strengths, however each individual is different so you will need to compare against all results before you judge something to be a strength or area for improvement.

Extension 1
- Can you now describe the question asked / test completed for
one
strength / area for improvement in a sentence?

Extension 2
- You now have to evaluate how well a peer of your choice assessed the strengths and areas for improvement. Have the described why it is a strength or weakness.
What were the health risks / lifestyle issues from the persons results?
What are the potential recommendations
for an overall improvement in an healthy lifestyle?


Conclude the strengths and weaknesses of the test results from the questionnaire and health monitoring test results. What stood out to you? How much did these results differ from normative data?

D1- Evaluate the health screening questionnaires and health monitoring test results and provide recommendations for lifestyle improvement
Task
-
You have 7 minutes to evaluate
one
of your individuals results and provide recommendations. You may discuss what recommendations may be needed in groups during the task.
Final task- You have now have 5 minutes to practice feeding back you recommendations to your peer

- Remember to be sensitive!

Peer assess and feedback whether the recommendations are suitable/ achievable.
Plenary

HOMEWORK

Can you explain why men's resting pulse rate is lower than a women's?

What would a high resting pulse rate of >100bpm suggest about lifestyle choices?

Why would it be dangerous to exercise with a high blood pressure?

Suggest how a person with high blood pressure can lower there test results overtime?

What measures can be put into place to overcome this?
What do you know now?
Tick the boxes at the end of the lesson if you can give detailed answers for the following questions.

1. What are the average normative values for heart rate, blood pressure, waist - to- hip ratio and BMI for males or females?

2. Can you describe the strengths of one your participants health monitoring tests?

3. Can you justify providing recommendations for lifestyle improvements for your participants?
Pass level

- Complete P4

Merit / distinction Level
- .
Complete M2 and D1

Due in at the end of Monday 27th period 2.
Task 2
: In your groups will now have to discuss and identify what strengths and areas for improvement might be for each health monitoring tests. You have 1.30 at each station.
Providing recommendations
Increase cadio- vascular fitness levels
Decrease the amount of junk food eaten
Decrease the amount of salt eaten
complete three physical activity sessions per week
Stop smoking
Evaluating questionnaire and health monitoring test results.


overall summary of the questionnaire and health monitoring tests results
what affected the results. e.g. Was the pupil nervous before taking the heart rate test
where all questions asked valid?
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