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Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
what is the most important thing to do if you suspect that a friend my be contemplating hurting themselves?
  1. Nothing
  2. Try taking to them.
  3. Tell an adult.
  4. Tell another friend
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
What is the leading cause of suicide?
  1. Anerexia
  2. lack of friends
  3. trouble with parents
  4. depression
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
A balanced health triangle helps to maintain your
  1. Wellness
  2. Prevention
  3. Heredity
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
What are the 5 dimensions of health?
  1. social, environmental, physical, mental
  2. intellectual, physical, mental and environmental
  3. social, intelectual, physical and mental
  4. none of the above
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
A common stressor for teens is arguing with friends or parents.
  1. true
  2. false
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
What age group is suicide most common?
  1. 40-50
  2. 12-24
  3. 13-24
  4. 14-25
  5. 15-24
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Name 3 goals you have for yourself for the next 4 years.
1.      

2.     

3.     
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Love and friendship first is the best base for a good marriage, as opposed to having sex early in the relationship.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Abuse can cause Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Responsibility requires you to recognize
that what you do and what you don’t do
matters.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
When choosing a partner in life should consider the following
  1. Status
  2. Character
  3. Morals and Values
  4. Physical attributes
  5. Both B and C
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
Risk behaviors are
  1. collective beliefs of groups.
  2. sum of your surroundings.
  3. ongoing condition
  4. actions that can harm your health.
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
The leading cause of death in teenagers is:
  1. Homicide
  2. Suicide
  3. Drugs or alcohol
  4. Accidents (drunk driving)
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
To do your share to make your school and community better, cooperate, get involved in community affairs, stay informed, vote, be a good neighbor, obey rules and laws, respect authority, protect the environment- these are all examples of
  1. respect
  2. citizenship
  3. responsibility
  4. trustworthiness
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
                 Responsibility                 means to be capable of completing a duty or task OR to do something you are supposed to do.
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
          Respect           means to treat others the way you would like to be treated.
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
1. Teens in a relationship should talk to their partner about sexual activity to:
  1. A. Establish sexual boundaries
  2. B. Find out if their partner has engaged in risky sex
  3. C. Decide if they should be tested for an STD
  4. D. All of the above
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
           Kindness           means to care about someone else, to help others in need.
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
                 is the body's response to change.
  1. adrenaline
  2. stress
  3. healthy lifestyle
Grade 8 Emotional, Social, and Mental Health
How can you be an advocate for your health?
  1. volunteer at a local health clinic or public agency
  2. become involved at school in addressing health issues important to teens
  3. training for a career in a health field
  4. all of the above
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