Health Matters Kentucky Master Lesson Plan
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1: Physical Activity and Nutrition1What is Health? •Discuss topics that the health classes will cover
•Define what health means to them
•Identify different meanings of health
•State things that may affect health
•Definitions of Health
•What is Healthy to Me?
•Personal Notebook Cover Sheet
•My Goals for the Program
•Physical Activity Observation Sheet
•Borg Rating of Perceived Exertion scale
•Blackboard and chalk
•Camera to take photos of what "being healthy" means to participants
•Reminder envelope
•Three-ring binder (Personal Notebook)
10SMART goalsCHEER Adaptive Exercise Introduction VideoHealthy Harry vs. Unhealthy Eugene Activity*Take "before" pictures of participants (even if goal is not weight loss; can capture picture of what they are eating for lunch, etc) *Meet with participants 1-on-1 beforehand to discuss their individual goals for the program. At first group meeting for lesson 1 could be to discuss what goals are for the groupNCHPAD SMART goals article*This is a longer lesson, suggestion to split into a minimum of two lessons: talk about "what is healthy" and give introduction to goals in first lesson. Discuss the PAOS and BORG scales and talk more about goals in a second lesson.
*Create 3D cardboard sillohettes of body to do Healthy Harry vs Unhealthy Eugene activity as a craft - paper mache and make collage on each from magazine pictures (healthy and unhealthy pictures).
1: Physical Activity and Nutrition2What is Physical Activity? •State the meaning of physical activity
•Discuss the benefits of physical activity
•Identify different types of physical activity
Physical Activity and Readiness Questionnaire (Par-Q)•What is Physical Activity?
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
21Be Physically ActiveWeights Example Video - Coming in July*Highlight people doing physical activity: magazines, social media, google search, etc., *Challenege participants to perform some physical activity everyday and keep record of it in their journal *Discuss other definitions people may have heard instead of physical activity: exercise, working out, etc which can lead into the discussion of how things like gardening and cleaning are also considered physical activity even though they may not be considered "exericse or working out" CHEER balloon lava game*Identify with what participants have access to before beginning i.e. social media, magazines, Google search, etc

1: Physical Activity and Nutrition3Things to Do Before We Exercise •Identify appropriate clothing and shoes for exercising
•Describe the benefits of warm-ups and stretches
•Discuss the benefits of aerobic exercises and cool-downs
•Recharging Through an Exercise Program and Common Exercise Techniques•What to Wear
•Tips: Warm-Ups
•Tips: Stretching
•Tips: Aerobic Exercises
•Tips: Cool-Downs
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Camera to take photos of participants doing warm-ups and stretches
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
25CHEER Warm up VideoCHEER Exercises - Air PunchesGuest Speaker: Local Run Store. Provide a shoe demonstration for your class to teach them how to pick the right shoe for exercise. CHEER Cool Down Video*This lesson very dependent on location and participants so be able to adapt accordingly.
*Ensure you talk about exercises you can do for people without access to money. (i.e. - no shoes, you can still do yoga).
*Discuss modifications when participants don’t come equipped...make universally designed even if participants are not in the right clothing. Discuss "how can you still be active?"
*Have backup activity for those who might not have proper attire i.e. no shoes…you can walk laps while we do our exercises for today
1: Physical Activity and Nutrition4Exercise Is Good •Discuss the benefits of exercise on their health
•Identify reasons why they might want to exercise
•Week 1 News
•Good Things About Exercise
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens and pencils
•Camera to take photos of warm-ups and stretches •Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
*Have participants bring in something from home that they can utilize as exercise equipment37The benefits of exercise...narrator has accent, turn on CCCHEER Exercises - Shoulder PressBenefit vs Activity Matching Game*Have group discussion about everyone's favorite exercise and have individuals lead the group in a minute worth of exercise or pull youtube videos for what people like and followed the videoCHEER Homemade weights demo
1: Physical Activity and Nutrition5What Do Different Exercises Do for my Body? •Identify different types of exercises
•Discuss the benefits of stretching/flexibility exercises, aerobic exercises, balance exercises, and strength/endurance
•Practice an aerobic exercise using an aerobic video
•Aerobic Exercise Activities
•Tips: Warm-Ups (see Lesson 3)
•Tips: Stretching (see Lesson 3)
•Tips: Aerobic Exercises (see Lesson 3)
•Tips: Cool-Downs (see Lesson 3)
•Warm-Ups (see Lesson 3)
•Stretches (see Lesson 3 )
•Balance Exercises: Anytime/Anywhere
•DVD player and TV
•Aerobics video (e.g., Richard Simmon's aerobic video, National Association on Down Syndrome video, Tai Chi dancing tape)
•Camera to take photos of participants doing the exercise video for their notebooks
•Magazine pictures of different types of exercises (e.g., stretching, strength and endurance, aerobic) •Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
41CHEER Exercises - Lateral RaiseCHEER Ribbon Dancing Activity
1: Physical Activity and Nutrition6Good Nutrition•Discuss the benefits of nutrition on their health
•Discuss the effect of nutrition on exercise and/or physical activity
•Discuss the effect of nutrition on physical and emotional well-being •Understand the advantages of including different types of food in their diet
•Getting STarted with MyPlate Online Tools
•The Food Groups
•Making Your Own Nutrition Cards
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Nutrition cards (may create pictures that show different types of food)
•Computer with Internet access
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
46The Sugary TruthCHEER Exercises - Bicep CurlsGrocery Store TourField Trip: Grocery store tour with a nutritionist/dietitian...cookingmatters.orgUpdated Lesson Plans & Resources for those with MyPyramid in their Healthy and affordable meal ideasVideo: Man Eating SugarVideo: Man Eating FatSupplemental Lesson 6
1: Physical Activity and Nutrition7How Much Energy Does it Take? •Discuss various energy needs for different activities
•Week 2 News
•Physical Activity Observation Sheet (See Lesson 1 for handout) •What Activity Needs the Most Energy?
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
54What is a calorie?CHEER Exercises - Tricep Raises*Discuss how eating certain foods make you feel i.e. pasta vs. lighter food option such as saladInfo on calorie trackers: MyFitness Pal, Lose It!, SparkPeople, etc Bill Nye Nutrition Video: Timestamp 5:14 - 7:58
1: Physical Activity and Nutrition8Healthy Choices/Self-Advocacy •Identify health practices that are healthy behaviors
•Discuss the importance of health behaviors to achieve and maintain their exercise and nutrition goals
•The American with Disabilities Act and Your Rights (Appendix A)
•Good Health Habits
•Healthy Choices
•Blackboard and chalk
•Video: Self Advocacy: Freedom, Equality, and Justice for All
•Reminder Envelope
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
•Have participants bring in their favorite picture of themselves 58Physical and Health Literacy Video (add disclaimer that these ideas apply to everyone, not just kids)CHEER Exercises - Oblique Side Bends*Make chart: current choices vs choices I want to make and why. Discuss helping spread these ideas to others; add color, pictures, etc. *Discuss how being a good self advocate is what helps get you from current choices to healthier choices you want to make *Discuss who can help support you along the way and how you can help support others in reaching their goals*Guest Spaker: case manager to talk about rights and what to do if they are violated American Cancer Society Video; Healthy Eating and Active Living (geared more towards kids, may not be appropriate in adult populations)Video: This is 200 CaloriesSupplemental Lesson 8
2: Changing Lifestyle 9What Do I Think of Me? •Identify good things about themselves and things they want to change
•Discuss things that make people unique
•State what their height and weight is
•Good Things About Me
•Blackboard and chalk
•Camera to take photos of each participant
•Favorite Picture from participants
•Height and weight scale
•Video: Disability Identity and Culture
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
65Dove Real Beauty SketchesCHEER Exercises - Shoulder ShrugsGood Coach vs . Bad Coach ActivityField Trip: Take a field trip with participants to a local department store. Have participants identify which section of the department store has the most meaning to them.Bullying and Bruised ApplesHave participants create a vison board based on their goals: How to make a vision board video*"The Energy Bus: 10 Rules to Fuel Your Life, Work, and Team with Positive Energy" by Jon Gordon is a book that takes readers on an enlightening and inspiring ride that reveals 10 secrets for approaching life and work with the kind of positive, forward thinking that leads to true accomplishment - at work and at home. Excellent book to incorporate throughout this unit of "Changing Lifestyle".
2: Changing Lifestyle 10What Is My Heart Rate? •Discuss the meaning of heart rate (HR)
•Identify things that affect heart rate
•Describe reasons why it is important to monitor heart rate during physical activity or exercise
•Calculating Target Heart Rate Zone
•Week 3 News
•What is Heart Rate?
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Heart rate monitor watch
•Wrist blood pressure monitor (see Appendix E for more information on heart rate watches and blood pressure monitors) •Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
69CHEER Exercises - Heel Raises*Create Borg Scale poster with faces/emojis & colors to be able to easily identify perceived intensity levelGuest Speaker: Someone to discuss Heart Health...local cardiologist, rep from American Heart Association, Public Health Worker, etc NCHPAD: Determining Exercise IntensitySupplemental Lesson 10*Discuss how physical activity trackers can help gauge heart rate and exercise to video on picking the best wearable for you if they are interested in getting one
2: Changing Lifestyle 11What Is My Blood Pressure? •Discuss the meaning of blood pressure (BP)
•Identify things that affect blood pressure
•Describe reasons why it is important to monitor blood pressure during physical activity or exercise
•Blood Pressure and Exercise•What Is Blood Pressure?•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Heart rate monitor watch
•Wrist blood pressure monitor (see Appendix E for more information on heart rate watches and blood pressure monitors) •Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
75CHEER Exercises - Forearm CurlsGuest Speaker: The Kentucky CARE Collaborative (Cardiovascular, Assessment, Risk-reduction and Education) is a free blood pressure awareness program that aims to increase the number of people who are taking action to help control elevated blood pressure through appropriate counseling about health behaviors and/or lifestyle changes. Contact for more information or to get a CARE collaborative partner to partner or guest lectureCurrent Blood Pressure Recommendations

*Understand that health choices affect BP numbers and know the signs of BP issues *Discuss where you are in the level what that translates to what you should be doing at that level
2: Changing Lifestyle 12What Exercises Do I Like in My Community?•Describe good things related to regular exercise
•Discuss things that make it hard to exercise
•Identify exercises they are doing now
•Exercises and Activities I Like
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Magazines (select a variety of sports, recreation, and leisure magazines)
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
80Overcoming barriers to physical activityCHEER Exercises - Push-Ups*Have participants lead group in their favorite type of exercise; be able to make it adaptive Field Trip: Visit a community park with participants and challenge them to try a new activity.*Ties well into Lesson H, should be used in combination *Work to link what is going on in the community such as a community calendar and talk about which of those activities are healthy choices
2: Changing Lifestyle 13What Are Good and Bad Influences?•Identify influences that may affect their ability/choices to engage in exercise or physical activity
•Positive Things Related to Exercise
•Negative Things Related to Exercise
•Week 4 News •Influences on My Exercise and Nutrition Plan
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
84CHEER Exercises - Butt Kicks*Role play scenarios: what does a good accountaility partner look like? How can they help you reach your goals? What do good and bad influences look like?
*Take the words on pg 86-87, create a visual, and talk through the positives and negatives; refer back to Healthy Harry & Unhealthy Eugene from Lesson 1
Supplemental Lesson 13
2: Changing Lifestyle 14Am I Drinking Enough Water?•Discuss the importance of drinking water
•State the amount of water to drink each day
•Identify signs of dehydration
•How Much Water Should I Drink?•Am I Drinking Enough Water Every Day?
•Bottled or Tap Water?
•Participation Game: Am I Drinking Enough Water Every Day?
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
90Signs you are not drinking enough water...skip to skin pinch test @ 7:38CHEER Exercises - Leg Lift*Have participants flavor water with different fruits/vegetables and flavor packets...create a water challenge with competition between participants to make best tasting drink*Visually show what a gallon of water looks like and discuss how you should drink that much through out the day. *Show "rethink your drink" visual showing how much sugar is in certain drinks *Have the class discuss creative ways to get water intake (i.e. colored bands or measured cups, try for the next week and then report back at the next class about if that strategy worked) Supplemental Lesson 14*Note: Get the ice pellets (like Sonic) to get people to eat more ice. *Introduce the CHEER water bottles to help identify how many ounces are in that bottle and how many of them you should drink by lunch and the end of the day.

2: Changing Lifestyle 15What Foods Do I Like to Eat?•Review benefits of good nutrition on their health
•Identify favorite foods
•Discuss their eating habits
•Soft Foods
•Foods and Beverages I Like to Eat and Drink
•Putting Foods I like to Eat on the MyPlate
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Magazines with pictures of food stickers of different types of foods and meals
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
96CHEER Exercises - Knee RaisesField Trip: Take a field trip to the local grocery store.*Trying new foods document with what did you like or not like and would try again and try in different ways in progress!Supplemental Lesson 15
*Find ways to make things healthier ex: making brownies with avocado or applesauce substitute for oil...could make it fun for blind taste testing of which is healthier option.
2: Changing Lifestyle 16How About My Medications and Exercise? •Discuss how the medications they take may affect their body, physical activity, and eating habits
•Identify common side effects of medications
•How Do Medications Affect Heart Rate and Blood Pressure?
•Week 5 News •How Do My Medications Make Me Feel When I Exercise?
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Orange juice
•Strong flavored mints
•Small paper cups
•Paper towels
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
102CHEER Exercises - Arm CirclesNCHPAD article: Medications, Disability, and Exercise*Discuss allergic reactions and procedural protocol *Make sure this lesson has the needed materials listed for OJ and mint - suggest sugar free pepermint
3: Making Lifestyle Changes 17Things to Remember When Exercising•Describe the things they need to do in order to exercise
•Discuss types of clothing to wear when they exercise
•Things to Remember When Starting An Exercise Plan •Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
112CHEER Exercises - Hand Flashes*Give participants a chart/log to track their exercise *Work as a class to create a checklist of things they should be doing/ clothes they should be wearing that they can refer to before beginning physical, consider putting in on the back of exercise log so everything is in one placeNCHPAD Exercise and Fitness website with adaptations for different disabilities Resource guide for beginning exercise for individuals in a wheelchairs *Reference back to the PAOS handout in lesson 1 page 18 to discuss knowing your body and thos 8 questions to make sure you are ready for exercise.
3: Making Lifestyle Changes 18Community Fitness Center Visit: Using Exercise Machines Safely•Discuss how to stay safe during physical activity
•Review when to slow down or stop exercising
•Warm-Ups, Stretches, and Cool-Downs Safety Tips
•Staying Safe During Physical Activity •Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils •Heart rate monitors
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures

114Choosing a Fitness Center*Create list of local fitness facilities and resources available: gyms, church programs, recreation opportunities *Create list “What am I looking for in a workout facility?” to help determine best fit.Field Trip: Visit to a local community fitness center. Request a Personal Trainer to give equipment orientation. Guest Speaker: personal trainer, strength coach, etc. to discuss ways to exercise at homeCHEER adaptive exercise page*Pairs with Lesson E, use in combination when appropriate

3: Making Lifestyle Changes 19How to Breathe When We Exercise•Identify the importance of correct breathing
•Discuss breathing techniques
•Practice proper breathing techniques during physical activity
•Breathing Techniques During Exercise
•Week 6 News
•Breathing Techniques During Exercise
•How I Breathe When I Exercise
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Carpeted, quiet, low-traffic room where all participants can lie down comfortably (you may bring blankets or mats) •Stopwatch
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
122Guided Breathing ExerciseBreathe through straw activity *Discuss how you can talk or sing while exercising to help with intensitySupplemental Lesson 19
3: Making Lifestyle Changes 20Why Do We Clean Equipment ?•Identify influences that may affect their ability/choices to engage in exercise activities
•Why Do We Clean Equipment?
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils •Rags
•Spray bottle •Cleaning solution: Check with the manufacturer of the equipment to see what they recommend for a cleaning solution. Usually diluted 409 can be used for cleaning.
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
129*Create cleaning log if in-house exercise equipment exists, appoint "cleaning leader" for the week to make sure cleaning gets done and document it in log Glitter hand sanitizer activity*Reference general hygiene and cleanliness
3: Making Lifestyle Changes 21Nutrients We Need •Learn about the functions of carbohydrates, proteins, and fat
•Discuss the reasons people need carbohydrates, proteins, and fat
•Identify good sources of carbohydrates, proteins, and fat
•Types of Nutrients We Need •Blood Sugar and Exercise •Nutrient Game Answers
•What Nutrients Do We Need for Physical Activity?
•Participant Game: What Nutrients Do We Need?
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils •Unsalted crackers (carbohydrates)
•Can of water-packed tuna (protein)
•Cooking oil (fat)
•Preparation bowls
•Spoons and napkins
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
13210 Rules for reading a food labelHealthy vs Unhealthy Grocery Store Aisle Activity Field Trip: Participants will go to a restaurant of their choice for a meal. Participants should plan to bring money.Bill Nye nutrition video: 1:20- 3:20 and 13:41 -15:52 Food labels made easy*Could look at information on how to navigative what is organic and how that doesn't mean it is healthier for you and learning how to read the labels
3: Making Lifestyle Changes 22Exercise Plans: Becoming More Active •Discuss the effects of lifestyle on their health
•Identify one or two exercises they would like to do
•State where they would like to do their exercises (e.g., homework, community center)
•Write down their exercise goals
•Week 7 News
•Exercise Plan
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils •Pictures of different types of exercises •Reminder envelope
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
143*Accountability tracking; keep tallies on days exercise was performed based on goal and when tally reaches 5, 10, etc can give self some sort of reward (non-food)Healthy non-food rewardsNCHPAD Self-monitoring article*Track progress by counting repetitions of exercises, distance, or amount of time spent being active
*Look into stickK -- a website where participants set personal goals, the stakes, and the ability to build support groups to keep them on track.
3: Making Lifestyle Changes 23Nutrition Plans: Making a Menu•Review the MyPlate
•Identify food groups and the location on the levels of the MyPlate
•Identify foods that they would like to increase and decrease in their diet
•Create a menu plan (may be used for snacks or meals for the class or for home)
•Write down their nutrition goals
•Shopping for Groceries
•Eating Fruits and Vegetables
•MyPlate (see Lesson 6 for handout)
•Nutrition Plan
•Meal Plan for a Day
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils •Pictures of different types of foods
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures

148Recipe generator based on ingredients you have in your kitchenCommunity Garden TourHealthy Meal Planning Tip SheetHow long and where to store produce *Meal plan tip sheet upload to come on CHEER website! *Dicuss menu planning and grocery shopping prep *Make sure to consider meal planning on a budget and what are good substitutes *Can also discuss gardening here and how that influences meal planning.
*Address spoilage and issues with this and meal planning
*Suggest starting a garden to save money- community gardens
*Amanda Owen's group in Owensboro does Fresh Fruit Fridays so local farmer brings fresh produce every Friday and use that for weekly plannning purposes and makes smoothies every Wednesday with what is left
4: Lifestyle Changes 24Wants and Needs: Doing Different Exercises in My Community•Identify the difference between wants and needs
•Describe general needs that must be met to achieve and maintain health
•Discuss needs that all human beings have in common
•What Do We Need?
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
157Want vs Need ActivityField Trip: Visit a facility that provides recreational sport (e.g., Putt-Putt Golf, Bowling, etc).
4: Lifestyle Changes 25What is Good Pain and Bad Pain? •Discuss and identify different types of pain
•Describe good pain and bad pain
•How to Prevent Injury
•Week 8 News
•What is Good Plain, and What is Bad Pain?
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
160Treadmill safety*Make a chart with visuals/graphics to show good pain vs bad pain
4: Lifestyle Changes 26How Does Sleep Affect Physical Activity? •Identify the importance of sleep
•State how much sleep they need at night
•Discuss the importance of physical activity on sleep
•Helpful Hints for Good Sleep
•Exercise Helps You Sleep
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
167Benefits of sleep and tips for good sleep (slow down to 0.75 speed)
4: Lifestyle Changes 27Negotiation and Compromise •Discuss the process of negotiation
•Examine its role in helping resolve conflicts
•State the steps involved in negotiating a fair solution to a conflict
•Practice skills of negotiation in order to reach a compromise
•Identify effective communication strategies that may be used to resolve conflicts with friends, family, and/or a support person
•Negotiation Skills
•Vignettes for Negotiation
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
171Conflict resolution*Group trip planning activity using negotiation and compromise *Compromises and negotiations with self in making healthy choices i.e. I’m going to eat cake because I worked out. Discuss theseField Trip: Participants are encouraged to go outside and participate in a community activity of choice.Supplemental Lesson 27*Ties into lesson 24 on wants and needs, use in combination when appropriate
*Connect back to self-advocacy lesson (This is what I want, this is what I have access to, this is how I can get what I need)
*Provide hand outs of the vignettes from the lesson and have participants talk and work through with partner or to group

4: Lifestyle Changes 28Can I Exercise if I Feel Sick? •Identify symptoms of illness
•State how they feel
•Week 9 News
•Can I Exercise if I Have Been Sick?
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
176Should I workout when sick?
4: Lifestyle Changes 29Am I Meeting My Goals? •Discuss the importance of setting exercise goals
•Identify skills or characteristics that will help them say "yes" to things that engage them in physical activities and other healthy behaviors
•My Plan to Stay Physically Active •Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils •Reminder envelope
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
180*Create a check-in for progress of goals; chart/journal/visual etc. with progess noted Goal setting/progress charts*Make sure there is a visual representation of tracking and discuss updating/changing goals overtime
*Do periodic check ins along the way on goals whatever they might be i.e. weight, pants size, walk longer without tiring. *Have group highlight/list successes other than weight loss- ie pants fit better, can walk up steps without winded etc.
*Recognize that changes are a good thing and totally normal and approriate for timeline in your life and whats going on
4: Lifestyle Changes 30Rewarding Myself •Discuss the use of rewards as a motivator to exercise regularly
•Identify rewards for themselves when they engage in physical activity
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
183Field Trip: Decide on an activity that particpants can do as a group as a reward for making lifestyle changes.Non-food rewards*Create list of more ways to reward without food
5: New Lifestyle 31Restructuring My Environment•Identify strategies for restructuring their environment to support exercising/physical activity
•Discuss ways to increase support for physical activity
•Getting Past Barriers
•Week 10 News
•How Am I Doing?
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
187Overcoming barriers to physical activity (shown in lesson 12)*Post-it barrier activity, description in notes section *Draw a picture of what did environment look like before, what does it look like now, what are we still working through, and what barriers exist
*Draw/write barriers on one color post it and support on another color post it notes. Place them under the different types of environments (social, home, work). Particpants can see other people’s barriers and discuss ways that barriers and supports can be moved around and discuss ways to navigate them both.
5: New Lifestyle 32Getting Back on Track•Identify feelings that will motivate them to start exercising again
•Describe ways to get back on track
•Discuss the benefits of walking as a way to begin an exercise program
•Six Rules to Stay on Track
•Walking Your Way Back to Fitness
•Blackboard and chalk
•Pens or pencils
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
193*Host a party/gathering and have everyone bring a healthy food itemHealthy Holiday Tips One-Pager*Include visual representation of barriers to being healthy and staying on track and ways to get back on them.
*Rethink that Monday is the one and only day that you have to get back on track, explain that that getting off track is ok
5: New Lifestyle 33Creating an Exercise Video•Review what they should do before they exercise
•Identify different types of exercises
•Create a group exercise video
•VCR/DVD player, television, and video camera
•Blank video or DVD to make exercise video
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
197CHEER video: How to create a Photovoice Project*Create a photvoice project/picture collageField Trip: Particpants can choose to go to someone's house to make an exercise video.How and why to do a Photovoice article CHEER resource: Collages for Health*Creating a video doesn't fit for every group so alternative options to video include: photovoice project, picture collage *Give participants opportunity to highlight what they are doing well or what has been their favorite thus far. *Each participant lead the class in their favorite exercise they are doing in their own exercise routine if creating a video.
*Could create as marketing video (IE YMCA ran program and can use for future advertising- This is a class we have offered and we are welcoming everyone!)
5: New Lifestyle 34Reviewing Our Goals to Stay Connected •Review their individual goals
•Discuss their individual concepts of health
•State what they should do before they exercise
•Describe the benefits of exercise and good nutrition
•Discuss their rights and responsibilities in maintaining an exercise program
•Review the exercise and nutrition plan that they will follow after the program is completed
•Describe ways that they can stay connected with their support people to help them meet their exercise and nutrition goals
•Week 11 News
•Blackboard and chalk
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
199*Create a vison board*Take pictures along the process towards goals/add to progress logHow to make a vision board
5: New Lifestyle 35Putting it All Together•Review the benefits of an exercise and nutritional program
•Discuss their exercise goals
•Putting It All Together: Revisiting Our Goals
•Blackboard and chalk
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
209*Create plan for continuatin of goals and healthy choices...SMART maintenance plan *Review accountability *Make sure to identify the accountability components and plans in place to keep with the health goals
5: New Lifestyle 36Finishing Touches on Our Video•Review what they should do before they exercise
•Finish their group exercise video
•Create a flyer advertising an exercise group they would like to offer
•Sample Advertisement Flyer•DVD/VCR, TV and video camera
•Blank videotape or DVD
•Exercise bands
•Camera to take pictures of participants creating an advertisement for their exercise group •Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
205*Put photovoice/picture collage together into one presentation and add any comments/commentary. *Finalize animation/drawings, add titles/speech bubbles/commentary if neededField Trip: Particpants can choose whose home they would like to go to continue taping an exercise video. *Based off of lesson 33
5: New Lifestyle 37Graduation Party •Celebrate their successes
•Receive their Certificates of Achievement
•Receive the Group Exercise video that students previously created
•Week 12 News
•Program Summary
•Certificate of Achievement
•Individual Progress Report
•Blackboard and chalk
•TV and VCR/DVD player •Group Exercise Video from previous lesson
•Personal Notebooks for handouts and pictures
209*Present exercise videos/photovoices projects*Call it a celebration instead of graduation so its not an ending and challenge the knowledge of how to celebrate in a healthy way
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