Unit 4


South Australia


  • Health and Physical Education
  • Health of Individuals & Communities

Key Idea 1

Students increasingly understand, analyse and communicate the influence of factors such as culture, location, gender, ability, emergent technologies and family on their identity. (Id In C KC1 KC2)

Standard and Evidence

2.3 Establishes a sense of self-worth in a variety of contexts within the school, and communicates personal feelings in different situations. (Id In C KC2)

  • Critically analyses the influences on their sense of worth. (Id KC1)

Key Idea 2

Students accept increasing responsibility for their future wellbeing and analyse factors that support or present risks to their health and that of their families, friends and communities. (F In KC1)

Standard and Evidence

3.6 Analyses a variety of community health issues that affect them and investigates community programs to address them. (In T KC1 KC6)

  • Considers ways to counter detrimental influences of advertising and stereotypes and proposes alternatives. (T KC6)

Key Idea 3

Students enhance their understandings of relationships and group dynamics through developing knowledge and skills in collaborating with others and working in teams. (Id In C KC4)

Standard and Evidence

3.5 Assumes different roles when working as part of a cooperative group or team to achieve a shared goal and understands the effects on relationships. (Id In KC4)

  • Identifying the different types of relationships and friendships they have, what ‘equality’, ‘inequality’ and the concept of power mean in relationships, and ways to develop mutual respect between themselves and other people (Id In)
  • Analyses the relationships they have with individuals and groups in the community (e.g. best friend), including through chatrooms, video conferencing and intranet usage (Id C KC1)