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Year 11: PDHPE

Activity name: Better Health for Individuals Assessment

Grade Student work samples
Grade A Aya   Nicky
Grade B Indra   Cory
Grade C Micah   Jack
Grade D Yasu   Payton
Grade E No samples
Ungraded Rania   Jada

Description of activity

Students were asked to demonstrate an understanding of the factors that affect health by applying the skills of critical thinking and analysis in written responses to three key questions (45 minutes in class task).

  1. What are the risk and protective factors for three health issues relevant to young people?
  2. Describe the interactions between the dimensions of health.
  3. Analyse how an individual’s health can be determined by a range of individual and sociocultural factors.

Context

Students have been studying PDHPE Preliminary Core 1 and have examined the perceptions individuals have of their health and the range of factors that have the potential to influence health.

Area(s) of learning

Preliminary Course Core 1: Better Health for Individuals

Outcomes

  1. P2: A student explains how a range of health behaviours affect an individual’s health
  2. P3: A student describes how an individual’s health is determined by a range of factors
  3. P4: A student evaluates aspects of health over which individuals can exert some control
  4. P15: A student forms opinions about health-promoting actions based on a critical examination of relevant information

Criteria for assessing learning

(These criteria would normally be communicated to students with the activity.)

  1. What are the risk and protective factors for three health issues relevant to young people?

    Students will be assessed on their ability to:

    • recognise and name the risk AND protective factors for three health issues relevant to young people
    • communicate their ideas and information using relevant examples.
  2. Describe the interactions between the dimensions of health

    Students will be assessed on their ability to:

    • provide characteristics and features of the interaction between all dimensions of health
    • communicate their ideas and information using relevant examples
    • present a logical and cohesive response.
  3. Analyse how an individual’s health can be determined by a range of individual and sociocultural factors

    Students will be assessed on their ability to:

    • identify the individual and sociocultural factors that determine an individual’s health
    • analyse the implications of the individual and sociocultural factors on an individual’s health
    • apply the skills of critical thinking and analysis
    • communicate ideas and information using relevant examples
    • present a logical and cohesive response.
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