*All of the resources below will allow you to listen to audio!*All of the resoures below will also allow you to save to your Google Drive. (Teen Health and Welness can be touchy.)
This will be a good starting point for you. It will give you an overview to solidify and possibly extend what you've learned in class.
*You can often select 1,2,3 for reading level.
*If necessary, the left sidebar contains "Web's Best Sites" which will link you to additional resources. Speak with Mrs. Freeman or Mr. Parina before using one of these so you can decide together if a site is reliable.
Rely on the left sidebar on this site!
*Click on "Mind, Mood, and Emotions"
*Scroll down to "Mental Health"
*Click on your illness for an overview and another left sidebar (causes, myths and facts, treatment...)
Type in your illness in quotes (so that all words are grouped together in the same order when search results are obtained.
You'll probably find a good bit of helpful material under "Reference" here but may find interesting additional information in videos, images, magazines and news.
Green = Basic (middle school and early high school)
Yellow = Intermediate (high school)
You will need to set up an account.
Name: You can give just your first.
What do you do: Select "Student"
What would you like to design: Type in or select - infographic
*Note that you can login to Canva from anywhere at any time as long as you sign in with your Google school account! That means you can easily work on this at home!
3 Sources and Citations (Printed and/or Saved to Google Drive)
B - by end of class Friday, March 8th
A - by end of class Monday, March 11th
Completed Graphic Organizer (including citations)
B- by beginning of class Thursday 3/14
A- by beginning of class Friday 3/15
Final Infographic saved to Google Drive and shared with Mr. Parina or Mrs. Freeman for printing (TBD)