Outcome Chart - Ontario - Health and Physical Education Grade 5

This outcome chart contains media-related learning outcomes from the Ontario Grade 5 Health and Physical Education 1-8 curriculum with links to supporting resources on the MediaSmarts site.

Healthy Living

Overall Expectations

C1. demonstrate an understanding of factors that contribute to healthy development;

Specific Expectations

C1.1 identify people (e.g., parents, guardians, neighbours, teachers, crossing guards, police, older stu­dents, coaches, elders) and supportive services (e.g., help lines, 9-1-1, Telehealth, public health units, student services) that can assist with injury prevention, emergencies, bullying, and abusive and violent situations

MediaSmarts Resources

Lessons

Behaving Ethically Online: Ethics and Empathy

Interactive Resources

CyberSense and Nonsense: The Second Adventure of the Three CyberPigs

Passport to the Internet (licensed resource)

Overall Expectations

C2. demonstrate the ability to apply health knowledge and living skills to make reasoned decisions and take appropriate actions relating to their personal health and well-being;

Specific Expectations

C2.1 explain how to use nutrition facts tables and ingredient lists on food labels to make healthier personal food choices

C2.2 demonstrate the ability to deal with threatening situations by applying appropriate living skills (e.g., personal skills, including self-monitoring and anger management; interpersonal skills, in­cluding conflict resolution skills; communication skills, including assertiveness and refusal skills) and safety strategies (e.g., having a plan and thinking before acting; looking confident; being aware of their surroundings and of people’s body language, tone of voice, or facial expressions; seeking help; drawing on cultural teachings, where appropriate, to analyse situations and develop responses)

C2.4 describe emotional and interpersonal stresses related to puberty (e.g., questions about changing bodies and feelings, adjusting to changing relationships, crushes and more intense feelings, conflicts between personal desires and cultural teachings and practices), and identify strategies that they can apply to manage stress, build resilience, and enhance their mental health and emotional wellbeing (e.g., being active, writing feelings in a journal, accessing information about their concerns, taking action on a concern, talking to a trusted peer or adult, breathing deeply, meditating, seeking cultural advice from elders)

MediaSmarts Resources

Lessons

Avatars and Body Image

Behaving Ethically Online: Ethics and Empathy

Girls and Boys on Television

Introduction to Ethics: Avatars and Identity

Junk Food Jungle

Looking at Food Advertising

Looks Good Enough to Eat

Media literacy key concepts Lesson 4: Media have commercial implications

Prejudice and Body Image

TV Stereotypes

What’s in a Word?

Winning the Cyber Security Game

You’ve Gotta Have a Gimmick

Interactive Resources

Passport to the Internet (licensed resource)

Overall Expectations

C3. demonstrate the ability to make connections that relate to health and well-being – how their choices and behaviours affect both themselves and others, and how factors in the world around them affect their own and others’ health and well-being.

Specific Expectations

C3.1 describe how advertising and media influences affect food choices (e.g., TV commercials, product packaging, celebrity endorsements, product placements in movies and programs, idealized body images in movies and programs, magazine articles promoting fad diets), and explain how these influences can be evaluated to make healthier choices

C3.2 explain how a person’s actions, either in person or online, can affect their own and others’ feelings, self-concept, emotional well-being, and reputation (e.g., negative actions such as name calling, making homophobic or racist remarks, mocking appearance or ability, excluding, bullying, sexual harassment [including online activities such as making sexual comments, sharing sexual pictures, or asking for such pictures to be sent]; positive actions such as praising, supporting, including, and advocating)

C3.3 identify personal and social factors (e.g., emotional, physical, mental, spiritual, cultural, legal, media, and peer influences) that can affect a person’s decision to drink alcohol at different points in his or her life

MediaSmarts Resources

Lessons

Avatars and Body Image

Behaving Ethically Online: Ethics and Empathy

Girls and Boys on Television

Introduction to Ethics: Avatars and Identity

Junk Food Jungle

Kids, Alcohol and Advertising 1: Messages About Drinking

Kids, Alcohol and Advertising 2: Young Drinkers

Kids, Alcohol and Advertising 3: Understanding Brands

Looking at Food Advertising

Looks Good Enough to Eat

Media literacy key concepts Lesson 4: Media have commercial implications

Prejudice and Body Image

TV Stereotypes

What’s in a Word?

Winning the Cyber Security Game

You’ve Gotta Have a Gimmick

Interactive Resources

Passport to the Internet (licensed resource)