Barriers

What are the three types of eating disorders

 

Bulimia

 

Anorexia

 

Binging

 

A routine of secretive uncontrolled eating followed by inappropriate ways of trying rid the body food

Bulimia

Refusal to maintain a minimum normal body weight

 

Anorexia

 

a period , usually brief, of excessive indulgence, as in eating, drinking alcohol
Binging
Psychological factors of eating disorders

Low self esteem

 

lack of control

 

depression

 

strong need to please others

What group of people have the  highest rate of suicide because of either abuse or isolation

Homosexuals

 

How does depression affect a childs learning
they can not concentrate
What is the 3rd leading cause of death among people the age of 15-24
Depression
What is the  first thing a teacher should do if they think a student is depressed
report them to a counselor

Girls are twice as likely to get depressed than boys

 

True or False

True
What is the leading cause of birth abnormalities
alcoholism
 Two signs of substance abuse withdrawals

Paranoia

 

Hallucinations

to treat in a harmful, injurious, or offensive way
Abuse
Not cared for
Neglect
Children that come home to an empty house
Latch Key Childern
Why do children become latch keyed

single parents

 

low income

 

no family living close by

 

 

Where did the term latch key come from?
they wear a key around thier necks
A cronic sleep-restricted state
Sleep deprivation

If class starts later  you get lower grades

 

True or false

False
How many hours should you sleep for maximum benefits
8
What is an affect of sleep deprivation 

fatigue

 

clumsiness

 

weight loss/gain

You start to get impaired with your first drink of alcohol

 

true or false

True

If  a student stops taking care of herself, skips class, has sudden mood changes, she may have a drug problem 

 

True/false

True
Smoking cigarettes does not affect blood pressure
False
Cigarettes contain over 100 chemicals
True
How many children in America live in poverty
12 million
What are the main causes of poverty

uneducated parents

 

teen pregnacy

 

substance abuse

Immigrants are the most likely to live in poverty
True

Abused children are more likely to stay in school

 

True/false

False

Two types of Bullies

 

 

Direct

 

Indirect

What is the difference between normal peer conflict and bullying?

 

Bullying is repeated

Why do some people not  bully?

 

They know it is wrong

 

other avenues of success

 

positive role models

What are the three types of victims?

 

Passive

 

Provocative

 

Reactive

What type of victim may have a learning disability

 

Provocative
If you want to change the culture of a school, you must first change the behavior of the  ____________________
adults
Describe  a bully free zone

no not tollerate any bullying

 

character posters

 

consistant reactions

 

Who are the stakeholders in  a bully free zone

students

 

parents

 

teachers

 

administrators

 

Where does most bullying occur in elementary
The playground
Where does bullying occur in middle school
lunch room

80% of students are involved in bullying at middle school

 

true/false

True
What do students  believe about telling on  a bully

Adults don’t care

;

Fear retaliation

;

embarrassed

List;the; 8 strategies for;preventing;bullying

1.; Observe

2. Educate all stakehloders

3.; Determine extent of problem

4.; Have a formal Bullying Prevention Program

5.; Communicate expectations and policies

6. Bullying is NOT tollerated

7.; Help victims know what to do

8.; help Bystanders know what to do

What is;the difference between tattling and telling?

;

;

Tattling – you are trying to get someone in trouble

;

Telling – you are concerned with someones safety

What is indifferent listening
listening and not taking action
Children learn second languages quickly and easily
False
In the 2000 census , what language did 10% of the U.S. speak
Spanish
There are more English speaking people in China and India alone than in the UK or USA;
True
Name the;ten barriers of learning