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HOPE segment 2 FINAL EXAM REVIEW

Complete all assignments BEFORE taking the final exam.

Contact your instructor for the last DBA and the password for the exam.

Consider taking part in a final exam review session. Live lesson information available on
your announcement page.

The exam takes about 2 hours to complete. You do not have a time limit as long as you
are actively working on exam questions.

Password works only once so you must complete the exam in one session. Once you
start the exam, you CANNOT leave it to look in the course or in your files. You will be
locked out of the exam.

The preferred browser for the exam is Firefox. This is a free download. If you have
trouble with Internet Explorer while taking the exam, consider downloading Firefox. Be
sure you are plugged in to an electric source and are on a reliable internet connection.

This is an open book test. Prepare your notes ahead of time. Have your assignments
available, you will refer to them as well.

Please note you must pass the final in order to pass the course, so do your best as
usual.

9 44 multiple choice questions (3 points each) and 2 short essay questions (6 points
each).

Module 4
4.00 Play Smart

identify the skills and concepts that will be presented in this module

use the module checklist to set a schedule and keep track of your progress

complete a pretest to demonstrate your current understanding of the concepts in this module

4.01 Mental Fitness

predict how healthy behaviors can affect mental health

analyze how the perceptions of norms influence healthy and unhealthy behaviors

compare how peers influence healthy and unhealthy behaviors

demonstrate strategies to prevent, manage, and resolve interpersonal conflicts

evaluate your mental health practices and the status of your personal mental fitness

4.02 Healthy Relationships

predict how respectful or abusive behaviors can each affect the health of a relationship

demonstrate strategies to prevent, manage, or resolve conflicts in relationships

4.03 Surrounded

analyze how factors of family health history can influence your personal health

examine how a community can affect personal health practice and behaviors

evaluate how personal values, attitudes, and beliefs can influence health practices

4.04 Health and Technology

evaluate the effect of media and technology on personal, family, and community health

analyze how families influence health through their use of technology

use authoritative sources to analyze how technology influences health and safety

4.05 Personal Menu

document food and beverage intake and determine calories consumed

document physical activity and determine calories expended

compare calories consumed to calories expended and predict outcome

4.06 Module Four Wellness Plan

provide evidence of participation in a variety of physical activities that promote health

provide evidence of participation in the required amount of physical activities

provide evidence of applied training strategies for improved strength and flexibility

analyze the progress made toward your wellness goals

evaluate how to make changes to your wellness plan as lifestyle changes occur

Module 5
5.00 Play It Safe

identify the skills and concepts that will be presented in this module

use the module checklist to set a schedule and keep track of your progress

complete a pretest to demonstrate your current understanding of the concepts in this module

5.01 Drugs and Alcohol: Risks and Effects

examine the social, emotional, and cognitive risks involved with using drugs or alcohol

determine the value of applying a thoughtful decision-making process in health-related


situations

evaluate the influence of personal values, attitudes, and beliefs on health practices and
choices

05.02 Cost of Drugs

assess the degree of susceptibility to injury, illness, or death if engaged in drug use and
other risky behavior

determine whether individual or collaborative decision making is needed to make a healthy


decision

assess refusal and negotiation skills needed to avoid health risks

5.03 Alcohol

identify the risks associated with alcohol use

evaluate how public health policies and government regulations can influence alcohol use

address and discuss topics related to alcohol use and abuse

5.04 Tobacco

identify the risks of tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke

evaluate how public health policies and government regulations can influence tobacco use
and disease prevention

determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in health warnings and other
texts

5.05 Drugs

identify the health risks that accompany the abuse of a variety of over-the-counter and illegal
drugs

compare data related to substance use and abuse

gather information from authoritative sources to determine the dangers of drug use

5.06 Getting Help

propose strategies to reduce health problems and restore health

analyze the options for support and addiction treatment available in your area

Module 6
6.00 Play for Life

identify the skills and concepts that will be presented in this module

use the module checklist to set a schedule and keep track of your progress

complete a pretest to demonstrate your current understanding of the concepts in this module

6.01 The Weight Epidemic

identify the health-related problems associated with low levels of cardiorespiratory


endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, and body composition

assess how obesity increases the susceptibility to injury and illness

6.02 Body Composition

evaluate your personal health practices in relation to nutrition, exercise, and body
composition

identify health-related problems related to an unhealthy body composition

analyze how the perception of normal body composition may influence healthy and
unhealthy behaviors

6.03 Healthy Development and Disease

analyze strategies for preventing, detecting, and treating communicable diseases

identify common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and symptoms

evaluate behaviors and health practices that help maintain or improve health and reduce
health risks

analyze statistics related to communicable diseases and teen parenthood

6.04 First Aid and CPR

propose what type of first aid is necessary to reduce or prevent injuries

determine when individual or collaborative decision making is needed for first aid

demonstrate basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) procedures

6.05 Own Your Own Health

analyze your individual responsibility in caring for and enhancing your health

evaluate how your personal values, attitudes, and beliefs can influence your health practices

examine effective ways to ask for or offer assistance to enhance the health of yourself or
others

use negotiation and collaboration skills with physicians and healthcare providers

assess how obesity increases the susceptibility to injury and illness

Segment 2 Wellness Plans

provide evidence of participation in a variety of physical activities that promote health

provide evidence of participation in the required amount of physical activities

provide evidence of applied training strategies for improved strength and flexibility

analyze the progress made toward your wellness goals

evaluate how to make changes to your wellness plan as lifestyle changes occur