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Yr 11 Introduction to Preliminary PDHPE course overview

Summary of what is learnt in the Prelim course for HSC PDHPE.
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Belinda Buchan

on 14 December 2011

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Transcript of Yr 11 Introduction to Preliminary PDHPE course overview

Yr 11 Preliminary
Core 1:
Better Health
for Individuals

Perceptions of health as
social constructs
Meanings of Health
PDHPE
Timeline for 2014
December
January
Term 3:10 weeks
July 15th - Sept 19
Term 1: 11 Weeks
Jan 30th-April 11th
Term 4: YR 12!!!
Term 2: 9 weeks
April 28th - June 26th
Definitions of Health
Dimensions of Health
Relative and Dynamic
nature of Health
February
Core 1
Better Health For Individuals
March
Core 2
The Body
in Motion
April
May
July
August
September
November
October
June
Option 1:
First Aid
Option 2:
Fitness Choices
HSC
Perceptions of Health
Personal Perceptions of Health
Perceptions of health of others
Implications of different
perceptions of health
Impact of the media, peers and family
Health Behaviours
of Young People
The positive health status of young people
Protective behaviours and risk behaviours
Influences on the health of individuals
What does health mean to individuals?
THE DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH
Individual factors

Sociocultural factors

Socioeconomic factors

Environmental factors
THE DEGREE OF CONTROL INDIVIDUALS CAN EXERT OVER THEIR HEALTH
Modifiable and non-modifiable health determinants

Changing influence of determinants through different life stages
HEALTH AS A SOCIAL CONSTRUCT
The interrelationship of determinants

Challenging the notion that health is solely an individual's responsibility
Strategies to promote the health of individuals
What is Health Promotion?
Responsibililty for Health Promotion
Individuals

Community groups and Schools

Non-Government organisations

Government

International organisations
Health promotion aproaches and strategies
Lifestyle and behavioural approaches

Preventative medical approaches

Public health approaches
The Ottawa Charter as an effective Health Promotion Framework
Principles of Social Justice
Equity

Diversity

Supportive Environments
Core 2:
The Body in Motion


Major muscles involved in movement
Muscle relationship
Types of muscle contraction
Structure and function
Lung function
The exchange of gases
Effect of physical activity
on respiration

Components of blood
Structure and function of the heart, arteries, veins and capillaries
Pulmonary and systemic circulation
Blood pressure
Skeletal System
Muscular System
Circulatory System
Respiratory System
Body Systems
and Movement
Physical fitness, training
and movement efficiency
Health Related Components ofPhysical Fitness
Cardiorespiratory endurance
Muscular strength
Muscular endurance
Flexibility
Body composition
Power
Speed
Agility
Coordination
Balance
Reaction time
SKILL-RELATED COMPONENTS OF PHYSICAL FITNESS
Aerobic training
FITT principle
Anaerobic training
Aerobic and Anaerobic Training
Heart rate
Ventilation rate
Stroke volume
Cardiac output
Lactate levels
Immediate physiological responses to training
The biomechanics of human movement
Introduction to Biomechanics
Motion
Linear Motion
Velocity
Speed
Acceleration
Momentum
Balance and Stability
Centre of gravity
Line of gravity
Base of support
Fluid mechanics
Flotation
Centre of Buoyancy
Fluid resistance
Force
How the body applies force
How the body absorbs force
Application of force on an object

Major bones involved in movement
Structure and function of synovial joints
Joint actions

Outline of Study
Option1:
First Aid

Option 2:
Fitness choices

Strengthen Community Action

Develop personal skills

Build healthy public policy

Creat supportive environements

Reorient Health services
SETTING PRIORITIES FOR MANAGING a FIRST AID SITUATION AND ASSESSING THE CASUALTY
Situational Analysis
Priority assessment procedures
DRABCD
STOP regime

CPR
Bleeding
Shock
Neck and spinal injury
Moving the casualty
Medical referral
Care of the unconscious casualty
CRISIS MANAGEMENT

Applying bandages, slings and splints
MANAGEMENT OF INJURIES
Management of Medical Conditions
Physical Environment
Traffic Accidents
Water Environments
Electricity
Infection Control and Protection
HIV/AIDS
Blood-borne viruses (hepatitis B and C
Legal and Moral Dilemmas
Legal Implications
Moral Obligations
Commonsense versus heroics
Support following first aid situations
Debriefing
Councelling
SETTING PRIORITIES FOR MANAGING a FIRST AID SITUATION AND ASSESSING THE CASUALTY

CRISIS MANAGEMENT

MANAGEMENT OF INJURIES

MANAGEMENT OF MEDICAL CONDITIONS

PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT

INFECTION CONTROL AND PROTECTION

LEGAL AND MORAL DILEMMAS

SUPPORT FOLLOWING FIRST AID SITUATIONS
Overview
What are the ways people choose to exercise for fitness?
What does exercise mean to different people?
What influences people's choice of fitness activities?
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