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1 Hempfield School District: Aevidum Lessons 10 th grade Health Unit: Mental Health Lesson: Aevidum Lesson 1/HHS Standards: Health and PE A: Analyze factors that impact growth and development between adolescence and adulthood D: Analyze prevention and intervention strategies in relation to adolescent and adult drug use A: Evaluate factors that impact growth and development during adulthood and late adulthood D: Evaluate issues relating to the use/non-use of drugs E: Identify and analyze factors that influence the prevention and control of health problems A: Solve dilemmas using a practical reasoning approach A: Analyze physical, intellectual and social/emotional development in relation to theories of child development B: Evaluate health and safety hazards relating to children at each stage of child development C: Evaluate various environments to determine if they provide the characteristics of a proper learning environment D: Analyze the roles, responsibilities and opportunity for family involvement in schools B: Analyze current issues in health and safety affecting children at each stage of child development. Family Consumer Sciences A: Solve dilemmas using a practical reasoning approach Identify situation Identify reliable information List choices and examine the consequences of each Develop a plan of action Draw conclusions Reflect on decisions

2 ASCA (American School Counseling Association) Personal/Social Domain: PS:A1.5: Identify and express feelings PS:B1.2: Understanding consequences of decisions of decisions and choices PS:C1.7: apply effective problem-solving and decision-making skills to make safe and healthy choices PS:C1.10: learn techniques for managing stress and conflict PS:C1.11: learn coping skills for managing life events Materials: Power point projector, speakers, computer, print copies of Aevidum Student Handbook, large sheets of paper (for whip-around activity), post-it notes (for stressor sticky activity), bulletin board/poster for healthy handful activity Objective(s) / Goal(s) (As a result of this lesson/unit students will ): To understand specific the nature of depression in teens To recognize the signs of depression To know that some events in a teen s life may trigger depression To know that some people cope with depression in unhealthy and/or harmful ways To know the resources that exist to help students who are suffering from depression and to understand that depression can be treated Planned Learning Activities: Planned Learning Activities: I. Introduction (Video: Empowering Students Like You ) What is Aevidum? Where did it come from? What is Aevidum mission? a.) Healthy hand-full: students write one positive quality about themselves (focus on the positive) Handbook: page 2 b.) Activity: Think-pair-share. Handbook: page 3 Think of a moment in your lifetime that brought you joy List feeling words that you associate with that moment Think of a time when you felt the lowest List feeling words that you associate with that moment Pair up, share your feeling words, come up with a shared list to report back to the class Class discussion: How can it be helpful to do an activity like this where you are thinking about and reflecting on your feelings? Why is it important to understand your feelings? (Answer: self-awareness, recognizing when you are below the line of homeostasis and in need help).

3 A. Instructor facilitated discussion and contributions from entire class 1.) Pre-test. Delivery: Whip Around Strategy using the large sheets of paper to write out the questions below. Assign groups to each sheet/question. (Option: could also use worksheet format) Handbook: page 4 What is a mental illness/mental disorder? What does mental disorder look like? What is depression? What does a teen with depression look like? Are teens affected by depression and how often? What are some negative, unhealthy, or harmful ways teens cope with depression? What is the connection between substance abuse and depression? Where can teens turn if they feel depressed? What can teens do to prevent themselves from feeling depressed? B. Pre Assessment: Checking what you know about mental wellness. Assign a group to each wall sticky. Instructor reads 1st question; each group identifies a secretary to record answers and a presenter to read their answers. Another person in the group reads the Power Point slide (from What is Mental Illness ) with the correct information and the class addresses any misconceptions. Following this format go over each question to raise awareness and correct any misconceptions Group 1 reads next question for group 2 and so on until all wall sticky s are addressed C. VIDEO: Qaylas 23 (made by Cocalico students. 2:11 minutes long) Last frame of the video shows a blank paper-symbolic to the sticky each student Instruct students to write their stressor/trigger on a sticky note (similar to the students in the video) D. Listing of Triggers/Stressors Sticky Activity Handbook: page 5 What does stress look like? Students are asked to write a current trigger/stressor on a sticky note. After they have finished writing, they are asked to categorize it as something I can control vs. something I cannot control Note: tell students if they are not comfortable putting their sticky on the board to hand it to one of the counselors in the room Counselors: it is helpful to stand next to the board where students are sticking the items to identify any students that might be in need of help Instructor led discussion: things you can control vs. cannot control Highlight a few identified stressors and the perceived category Strategies to help/cope

4 Extreme stress and associated mental health disorders How can social media have an impact? How do you keep yourself and others safe? Self Reflection of events that might trigger depression Conclusion: HELP IS ON THE WAY! Tomorrow we will be learning about all of the professionals who are here and in place to HELP you. Assessment Evidence: Activities throughout lesson check for understanding Closure activity/wrap-up: Ending on a positive note- Revisit healthy handfuls High-tech option: survey monkey or Google survey (student can submit their answers electronically) 5-3-1: Handbook: page 6 5 main ideas from today s lesson 3 things I have control of in my life 1 question or comment about mental health and/or Aevidum Low-tech: ticket out the door (on note card) with same questions Hempfield School District: Lesson 2 Lesson: Aevidum 2/Coping Strategies & Resources Standards: Health and PE A: Solve dilemmas using a practical reasoning approach A: Analyze physical, intellectual and social/emotional development in relation to theories of child development B: Evaluate health and safety hazards relating to children at each stage of child development.

5 B: Analyze current issues in health and safety affecting children at each stage of child development. Family Consumer Sciences A: Solve dilemmas using a practical reasoning approach Identify situation Identify reliable information List choices and examine the consequences of each Develop a plan of action Draw conclusions Reflect on decisions A: Justify solutions developed by using practical reasoning skills H: Justify the significance of interpersonal communication skills in the practical reasoning method of decision-making. ASCA (American School Counseling Association) Personal/Social Domain PS:B1.3: Identify alternative solutions to a problem PS:B1.4: develop effective coping skills for dealing with problems PS:B1.5: demonstrate when, where and how to seek help for solving problems and making decisions PS:B1.6: know how to apply conflict-resolution skills PS:C1.5: differentiate between situations requiring peer support and situations requiring adult professional help PS:C1.7: apply effective problem-solving and decision-making skills to make safe and healthy choices PS:C1.10: learn techniques for managing stress and conflict PS:C1.11: learn coping skills for managing life events Materials: Power point projector, speakers, computers (for students to look up top 5 causes of death in teens), student Aevidum handbook Objective(s) / Goal(s) (As a result of this lesson/unit students will ): Understanding basic needs for sound mental health sleep, water, exercise, nutrition, humor/laughter, social connections, relaxation/de-

6 stressing, sunlight Understand resilience Understand and identify coping skills and strategies Seeking support among peers vs. needing professional help Personal action plans Action plans for others Planned Learning Activities: Introduction: Respond to questions from previous class (Exit Ticket) that will NOT be addressed in this lesson A. Top Five Causes of Death in Teens-Students form a group of 3 or 4 (or do as an individual activity) and speculate the top five causes of teen death in rank order. Groups share their answers on the board. Handbook: page 7 B. Response to ticket out the door activity from previous lesson C. VIDEO Aevidum: Did You Know? (4 minutes) - listing of the Warning Signs of Depression Instructor led discussion and contributions from the entire class Ask: what was the percentage of people that indicated some type of warning sign before attempting suicide? (Answer: 75%) What does that statistic mean to us? (Answer: we can recognize warning signs in others and help!) Slide: Break the Silence: Warning Signs of Depression (list of the physical changes, emotional pain, difficult moods, changes in thought patterns, changes in energy levels, and biological changes that are associated with depression) Students engage in reflection and/or assessment (of themselves or someone they know) Handbook: page 8 Discussion: When should you be concerned Address severity and duration of symptoms What to do if you see these symptoms in a friend D. Video: HHS and Depression (5 minutes) E. Think-pair-share Activity: What does sound mental health look like? Handbook: page 9 Think of a person with good mental health- what qualities do they have What kind of activities do they do? F. Resiliency and Coping Skills- Handbook: page 10

7 Worksheet: 23 words : Write about a positive thing that you have done for someone else or write about something that someone else did for you that brought you joy (can have students cut these out and display in the classroom) MUST BE 23 WORDS G. Identifying support (within and outside of school) Activity: Circle of Trust or journal activity on identify supportive individuals in students lives (could rank-order) Handbook: page 11 Students will identify their support network (and qualities about those individuals) H. Discussion: Identifying school supports- Handbook: page 12 SAP student referrals access forms School Climate Committee Suicide Hotline: TALK Clubs, extracurricular Teen screen Crisis Intervention: Counseling groups School Resource Officer Harassment, bullying, safety concerns Tip Lines Aevidum: how to get involved in the club and its mission Possible extension activity (if time): Wordle (ways of coping/stress management) Assessment Evidence: student journals (develop rubric for assigning points and determining student learning & understanding) Closure activity/wrap-up: Hand activity: students create a cut out of their hand and write on it what it looks like to have someone s back. Handbook: page 13 Power point slide with examples (i.e. I will listen to you, I will text you back when you re upset, I ll sit with you when you cry, I ll do something weird just to cheer you up, I ll tell someone I trust that I m worried about you, I ll get you help if you need it)... Post in the classroom or perhaps in school hallway Notes: 1. Managing mental health: Be sure to articulate when it s appropriate for friends to help vs. when you need to call in the adults/professionals 2. Making the counseling department aware when the Aevidum lessons are being introduced (i.e. based on one student s response to an activity, a counselor was able to meet with that student outside of class and it resulted in a disclosure of domestic abuse in the home,

8 current status of homelessness/living in hotels, alcoholism, and overwhelming fear/anxiety. We were able to make a report to CYA and hook the family up with social services to get them the support they needed). Resources Aevidum Website: American Psychological Association: Center for Disease Control and Prevention:

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