Social Skills
Negative and Positive Coping skills
Health
P.E
P.E
100

When working on a group project it's very important that all team members work together, What is another word for this?

What is teamwork or cooperation

100

What are negative coping skills?

Ways of coping that aren't healthy or appropriate.

100

State two serious problems that sexually transmitted diseases can cause.

answers can vary, may include serious illness and death.

100

The two ways players in the field can create outs in the game of kick ball. 

1. Catching the ball in the air. 2. Tagging the runner or base before the runner gets there.

100

How is the game of basketball started?

What is a jump ball.

200

When we raise our hands in the classroom and not interrupt our classmates when they are speaking?

What is respect 

200

Yelling, screaming and fighting.

What are negative ways to deal with anger.

200

Can someone transmit a sexually transmitted disease to another person without realizing it?

some STD's are asymptomatic so therefore someone may not know they are infected and can spread to another.

200

Name two exercises we did at the start of P.E.

What is running, jumping jacks, toe stretches, wind mills. 
200

in basketball what happens after a players fifth personal foul?

What is disqualified.

300

How might a new student feel? Name two things you can do to help.

What is nervous or anxious. Introduce yourself, offer to show them around, show interest in getting to know them. 

300

How can knowing your triggers help?

If you know your triggers you can avoid situations that might trigger you or be ready to use coping skills.

300

Define the term epidemic.

The occurence of more cases of a disease than expected.

300

These fouls involving "Intent" to foul as opposed to trying to play the ball which awards the person two free throws and team possession of the ball after free throws. 

What is intentional fouls. 

300

Why is it necessary to stretch before a workout?

Stretching keeps your muscles flexible and able to perform their entire range of motion.

400

Name two ways in which you can tell that someone is feeling mad. 

What is arms crossed, mouth pulled downwards, red face, stomping feet, screaming/yelling.

400

Name a coping skill that you can use to express your feelings?

Arts/crafts, coloring/drawing, journaling, talking to a safe person. 

400

Explain what the term HIV is?

Human Immunodeficiency virus that primarily infects cells of the immune system and that causes AIDS.

400

What is considered traveling in basketball?

What is when a player in possession of the ball within bounds progresses illegally in each direction.

400

In kickball if a ball is caught in the air after it has been kicked the opposite team will receive one of the these.

What is being OUT.

500

Madison had to do her homework, but forgot what the assignment was. What is one thing she could do to solve her problem?

What is text a classmate, check the class website, etc.

500

How can a 1:1 be a coping skill? 

You can talk to staff, express your feelings and get help using coping skills.

500

Identify which of the following geographic areas has the highest number of people infected with HIV/AIDS. 

Sub-Saharan Africa

500

How many seconds do players have to shoot a free throw?

What is 10 seconds

500

The only way to score points in kickball is?

Advance to home plate

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