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State of Pennsylvania Concepts and Skills for Physical Activity for Grades 3 1mg arimidex with visa menopause show, 6 discount 1 mg arimidex amex menopause 2 week period, 9 cheap arimidex 1mg free shipping breast cancer0rg, and 12 Grade 3 Grade 6 Grade 9 Grade 12 Standard 1 arimidex 1mg mastercard womens health 31 meals in 31 days. Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention •Identify and describe the stages of growth •Describe growth and development •Analyze factors that impact growth and •Evaluate factors that impact growth and and development changes that occur between childhood development between adolescence and development during adulthood and late •Identify and know the location and function and adolescence and identify factors adulthood (risk factors. Students will analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology and other factors on health behaviors •Identify media sources that influence health •Explain the media’s effect on health and •Analyze media health and safety mes •Compare and contrast the positive and and safety safety issues sages and describe their impact on per negative effects of the media on adult •Describe factors that affect childhood sonal health and safety personal health and safety physical activity preferences (enjoy •Analyze the effects of positive and ment, personal interest, social experi negative interactions of adolescent ence, opportunities to learn new activ group members in physical activities ities, parental preference, environment) (group dynamics, social pressure) Standard 3. Students will demonstrate the ability to access valid information and products and services to enhance health •Identify health-related information (signs •Explain the relationship between health •Analyze the relationship between health •Assess factors that impact adult health and symbols, terminology, products and related information and consumer related information and adolescent consumer choices (access to health services) choices consumer choices (weight control information, access to health care) products) •Evaluate health care products and ser •Identify and describe health care pro vices that impact adult health practices ducts and services that impact adoles cent health practices •Analyze media health and safety mes sages and describe their impact on per sonal health and safety Standard 4. Students will demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal communication skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks •Recognize conflict situations and identify •Describe strategies to avoid or manage •Analyze and apply strategies to avoid or •Assess and use strategies for strategies to avoid or resolve (walk away, I conflict and violence (anger manage manage conflict and violence (negotia enhancing adult group interaction in statements, refusal skills, adult intervention) ment, peer mediation, reflective listen tion, assertive behavior) physical activities (shared respons •Recognize positive and negative ing, negotiation) ibility, open communication, goal interactions of small group activities (roles, •Identify and describe positive and setting) cooperation/ sharing, on-task participation negative interactions of group members in physical activities (leading, following, teamwork, etiquette, adherence to rules) Standard 5. Students will demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills to enhance health •Identify the steps in a decision-making •Describe and apply the steps of a •Analyze and apply a decision-making •Examine and apply a decision-making process decision-making process to health and process to adolescent health and safety process to the development of short and safety issues issues long-term health goals •Describe and apply strategies for emer •Evaluate factors that affect physical gency and long-term management of activity and exercise preferences of injuries (rescue breathing, water rescue, adults (personal challenge, physical self-care, sport injuries) benefits, finances, motivation, access to activity, self-improvement) Standard 6. Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills to enhance health •Analyze and engage in physical •Examine and apply a decision-making activities that are developmentally/ process to the development of short and individually appropriate and support long-term health goals achievement of personal fitness and •Evaluate and engage in an individu activity goals alized physical activity plan that supports achievement of personal fitness and activity goals and pro motes life-long participation •Assess and use strategies for enhancing adult group interaction in physical activities (shared respons ibility, open communication, goal setting) Standard 7. Students will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reduce health risks •Identify environmental factors that affect •Analyze environmental factors that •Explain the interrelationship between the •Analyze the interrelationship between health impact health environment and personal health environmental factors and community •Identify and engage in physical activities •Analyze the role of individual •Analyze the role of individual health that promote physical fitness and health responsibility for safety during responsibility for safety during •Evaluate the benefits, risks and safety physical activity organized group activities factors associated with self-selected •Identify and engage in moderate to •Analyze and engage in physical life-long physical activities vigorous physical activities that con activities that are developmentally/ •Evaluate and engage in an individu tribute to physical fitness and health individually appropriate and support alized physical activity plan that sup •Explain and apply the basic move achievement of personal fitness and ports achievement of personal fitness ment skills and concepts to create activity goals and activity goals and promotes life and perform movement sequences long participation and advanced skills Standard 8. Students will demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal, family and community health Notes. Standard 1: this state does a good job of addressing concepts such as health-related and skill-related fitness, components of fitness (cardiorespiratory, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility) and addressing the multitude of factors that can influence participation in physical activity (competence, availability/access, costs, nature of activity, enjoyment, etc. Standards 2, 4 and 7: Comprehensive coverage of general sub-skills, at least two specific skill examples provided. Standard 3: Several important sub-skills are not addressed; one specific application of a skill is provided. Standard 5: Incomplete coverage of sub-skills, but multiple examples of skill application offered. State of Pennsylvania Concepts and Skills for Healthy Eating for Grades 3, 6, 9, and 12 Grade 3 Grade 6 Grade 9 Grade 12 Standard 1. Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention •Identify and know the location and function •Describe growth and development •Analyze factors that impact growth and •Evaluate factors that impact the body of the major body organs and systems changes that occur between childhood development between adolescence and systems and apply protective/preventive (circulatory, respiratory, muscular, skeletal, and adolescence and identify factors adulthood (relationships, interpersonal strategies (fitness level, environment digestive) that can influence these changes communication, risk factors. Students will analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology and other factors on health behaviors •Identify media sources that influence health •Explain the media’s effect on health and •Analyze factors that impact nutritional •Compare and contrast the positive and and safety safety issues choices of adolescents (body image, negative effects of the media on adult advertising, dietary guidelines, eating personal health and safety disorders, peer influence, athletic goals) •Analyze media health and safety mes sages and describe their impact on per sonal health and safety •Analyze factors that impact nutritional choices of adolescents. Students will demonstrate the ability to access valid information and products and services to enhance health •Identify health-related information (signs •Explain the relationship between health •Analyze the relationship between health •Assess factors that impact adult health and symbols, terminology, products and related information and consumer related information and adolescent consumer choices (access to health services) choices (dietary guidelines/ food consumer choices (tobacco products, information, access to health care, cost, selection, sun exposure guide weight control products) safety) lines/sunscreen selection) •Identify and describe health care pro •Evaluate health care products and ducts and services that impact adoles services that impact adult health cent health practices practices Standard 4. Students will demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal communication skills to enhance health and avoid or reduce health risks •Recognize conflict situations and identify •Describe strategies to avoid or manage •Analyze and apply strategies to avoid or strategies to avoid or resolve (walk away, I conflict and violence (anger manage manage conflict and violence (negotia statements, refusal skills, adult intervention) ment, peer mediation, reflective listen tion, assertive behavior) •Recognize positive and negative inter ing, negotiation) actions of small group activities (roles, cooperation/sharing, on-task participation Standard 5. Students will demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills to enhance health •Identify the steps in a decision-making •Describe and apply the steps of a deci •Analyze and apply a decision-making •Examine and apply a decision-making process sion-making process to health and process to adolescent health and safety process to the development of short and safety issues issues long-term health goals Standard 6. Students will demonstrate the ability to use goal-setting skills to enhance health •Examine and apply a decision-making process to the development of short and long-term health goals Standard 7. Students will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reduce health risks •Identify environmental factors that affect •Analyze environmental factors that •Explain the interrelationship between the •Analyze the interrelationship between health impact health environment and personal health environmental factors and community health Standard 8. Standard 1: Concept coverage is incomplete; concepts that are mentioned are not covered in depth (someone unfamiliar would require an additional resource). Standard 2: the majority of the sub-skills are mentioned in generic terms, but specific examples of skill demonstration are lacking. Standards 3-9: Standards do not include a comprehensive review of the necessary sub-skills nor are specific examples of how to apply the skill for this topic. State of Utah Concepts and Skills for Physical Activity for Grades K–4 Grade K Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Standard 1. Students will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention Standard 1: Students will devel Objective 1: Describe and prac Standard 1: Students will devel Standard 6: the students will Standard 3: the students will op a sense of self. Objective 1: Describe and adopt and exercise can increase the and others related to human tice responsible behaviors for c. Describe the benefits of physical behaviors for health and likelihood of physical and development and relation health and safety. Relate behaviors that can help Objective 4: Assess personal Objective 1: Summarize the body identify hazards. Review the major body systems ing, sweat) death, heart and lung disease, tion in aerobic, strength, endur and their basic functions. Demonstrate ways to strengthen number, address, emergency safety, find adult help in an the cardiovascular and number) emergency). Standard 3: Students will devel Objective 3: Exhibit qualities op an understanding of their associated with healthy body environment. Model ways to show care and ships between plants and acceptance of the body animals and how living things (exercise, balanced diet) change during their lives. Identify safety equipment and procedures needed for various recreational and athletic activities. Students will analyze the influence of family, peers, culture, media, technology and other factors on health behaviors Standard 2: Students will devel Standard 2: Students will devel Standard 7: the students will Standard 6: the students will op a sense of self in relation op a sense of self in relation understand the value of ser understand how a healthy diet to families and community. Determine the reliability of health requirements due to messages in the media, includ participation in activities. Objective 2: Analyze how media strategies and techniques affect consumer practices. Students will demonstrate the ability to access valid information and products and services to enhance health Standard 2: Students will devel Standard 7: the students will op a sense of self in relation understand the value of ser to families and community.
Within the Department of Art History at Warwick cheap 1mg arimidex mastercard menstrual blood art, I also thank Professor Michael Rosenthal and Dr Rosemarie Dias for their kind encouragement of my work when I first presented it to order arimidex 1mg with visa women's health center santa cruz the Department at the annual Graduate Conference in 2008 buy arimidex 1 mg lowest price menopause weight gain on abdomen. I would therefore like to cheap arimidex 1 mg fast delivery menstruation 3 weeks cycle thank Margit Thøfner and John Onians – Margit’s comments on my work in its embryonic stages were encouraging and thought-provoking, and John was always ready to offer advice on aspects of my work, and it was with him that I first learned so much about the art and culture of Venice. I owe much to Professor Adelheid Gealt and Professor George Knox; their seminal work on Domenico Tiepolo has been an inspiration to me, and they have generously and unstintingly shared their considerable experience of and insights into Domenico’s work with me, patiently responding to my many queries over the duration of this project. It was an honour to be invited to the preview and opening of vii their exhibition Domenico Tiepolo: A New Testament at the Frick Collection in New York in October 2006, and to be able to talk with them at that time. I am indebted to Francis Ford, who kindly invited me to Wyndham Place, the home of his late father, Sir Brinsley Ford, for showing me, and talking with me about, his father’s much loved collection of Pulcinella drawings from the Divertimento. In addition, I would like to thank Catherine Whistler, Senior Assistant Keeper of Western Art at the Ashmolean Museum, who has written extensively on both Giambattista and Domenico Tiepolo, for responding to my questions on the Tiepolos over the years. I thank my friends for their support, encouragement, tolerance and good humour – in particular, Christina Bradstreet, Felizitas Ringham, Graeme Smart, Claire Walsh, Beth Williamson, Amelia Yeates. A special mention must go to Graeme Smart not only for his friendship over the years but for proof-reading my thesis for me. Finally, I thank Douglas Bostock for his unfailing support and considerable understanding through the highs and lows of this project. Signed Sophie Bostock Dated ix Abstract this thesis takes a new approach to Domenico Tiepolo’s (1727-1804), Divertimento Per li Regazzi (c. Indeed, in his introduction to ten of the drawings in a catalogue of Italian Eighteenth-Century Drawings in the Robert Lehman Collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, James Byam Shaw states that this particular series of drawings has now become so famous 1 ‘that it is hardly necessary to add to the literature of the series. Previously, scholars have regarded Domenico Tiepolo as an imitator of his father, Giambattista Tiepolo (1696-1770), and interpreted the re-appropriation of motifs in the Divertimento as signs of old age and fatigue. I suggest, on the contrary, that in this series of drawings in particular, Domenico was an innovator. This project carves out new territories within the study of the series in that it focuses on the playful nature of the drawings, and how the suite can be understood in relation to contemporary theory concerning games and play, and ludic musical/improvisatory forms. Additionally, the drawings are discussed as a case history in a now popular emerging dialectic on the late works of aged artists: here I consider how these drawings, often funny, poignant, sensitive and delicate reveal how the elderly painter reconciles himself not only to the passing of his own life and the extinction of his family line but to an entire political, cultural and visual tradition. Rembrandt (Rembrandt van Rijn), Ecce Homo: Christ Presented to the People, (detail), 1655, Drypoint, 358 x 455 mm. Dinos and Jake Chapman, Dinos and Jake’s Progress, Reworked and Improved etching from William Hogath’s Rake’s Progress, 2007, Pen and watercolour, London, White Cube. Giambattista and Domenico Tiepolo, Double Portrait of Giambattista and Domenico Tiepolo (detail), Apollo and the Four Continents (south-east corner of the 2 staircase hall), c. Giambattista Tiepolo, the Immaculate Conception, 1759, Oil on canvas, 2400 x 1220 mm. Domenico Tiepolo, the Prophet Elisha and the Children Attacked by Bears, 1759, Fresco, dimensions unknown, Udine, Oratorio of the Purità. Domenico Tiepolo, Nebucadnezar Condemns the Three Young Men to the Fiery Furnace, 1759, Fresco, dimensions unknown, Udine, Oratorio of the Purità. Domenico Tiepolo, Jesus in Discussion with the Wise Men, 1759, Fresco, dimensions unknown, Udine, Oratorio of the Purità. Domenico Tiepolo, Jesus among the Children, 1759, Fresco, dimensions unknown, Udine, Oratorio of the Purità. Domenico Tiepolo, Jesus enters Jerusalem, 1759, Fresco, dimensions unknown, Udine, Oratorio of the Purità. Domenico Tiepolo, the Triumph of David, 1759, Fresco, dimensions unknown, Udine, Oratorio of the Purità. Domenico Tiepolo, the Dying Jacob Blessing the Sons of Joseph, 1759, Fresco, dimensions unknown, Udine, Oratorio of the Purità. Domenico Tiepolo, the Maccabees with their Mother before Antioch, 1759, Fresco, dimensions unknown, Udine, Oratorio of the Purità. Luca Carlevarijs, Commedia Performance in the Piazzetta San Marco, date unknown, Oil on canvas, dimensions unknown, Private Collection. Pieter Bruegel, (or Crispin Van den Brock after Bruegel), Fool Drinking on an Egg, c. Antonio Guardi, the Sala Grande of the Ridotto, Palazzo Dandolo, San Moisè, 1755-1760, Oil on canvas, 500 x 850 mm. Domenico Tiepolo, Punch and Judy Show in the Parlatorio, date unknown, pen and ink, dimensions unknown, current location unknown. Giambattista Tiepolo, Pulcinelli Preparing a Meal of Gnocchi and Parmesan, date unknown, Pen, ink and wash, dimensions unknown, Private Collection. Giambattista Tiepolo, Pulcinella’s Kitchen, date unknown, Oil on canvas, 1660 x 1050 mm. Giambattista Tiepolo, Pulcinella Standing, date unknown, Pen and wash, 163 x 121 mm. Giambattista Tiepolo, Caricature of a Man with an Eyeglass, date unknown, 200 x 125 mm. Pieter Bruegel the Elder, the Painter and the Connoisseur, 1565, Pen and brown ink, 255 x 215 mm. Domenico Tiepolo, Scene from an Episode in the Life of Pulcinella, 1793, Fresco, 400 x 400 mm. Giambattista Tiepolo, Balthasar Neumann and his Dog, detail from Apollo and the Four Continents, 1753, Fresco, Würzburg, Residenz.
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A cabin (generally with one or two beds) will be treated as a paying special ward. When a patient is reported to have stayed in more than one type of ward, the code for the type where the patient had stayed for the longest duration will be recorded here. That is, duration of stay within the last 365 days will be recorded, in number of days. For example, if the patient was admitted 40 days ago and discharged 2 days ago, the duration of stay will be 38 days. If the patient was admitted 400 days ago and discharged 350 days ago, the duration of stay will be 15 days. For the survey, medicine will include such liquids, syrups, pills, tablets, capsules, injections, ointment, drips etc. If it is received free of any charge from the hospital, code 2 will be recorded, and if it is received partly free, code 3 will be recorded. The treatment taken before getting admitted to hospital might have been taken from another hospital, or outdoor department of the same or other hospital, or public dispensary or private clinic or doctor. To record code 1, it is not necessary that the treatment before hospitalisation is taken within the reference period. The total number of days for which the patient was under this treatment before admission to the medical institution, even if a part of the period falls outside the reference period, will be recorded here. 0 They are similar to items 17, 18 and 19 respectively, and the same codes are applicable. Block 7: Expenses incurred during the last 365 days for treatment of members as in-patient of medical institution 4. It is important to note that: the hospitalisation cases will be taken up in Block 7 in the same order as in Block 6, and the same serial numbers of hospitalisation cases used in Block 6 (item 1) will be used in Block 7 (item 1). In this case, the entire amount should also be shown in item 15 (reimbursement) as well. Also, if expenditure for treatment is wholly borne by the household, code 4 will be recorded. The following are a few examples of medical services or reimbursement scheme from employer: Instructions to Field Staff, Vol. Entry against item 11 (total medical expenditure) will not be acceptable unless the entries against items 5 to 10 in the same column add up to the item 11 entry. Expenses incurred will include all expenditure made by the household (―out-of pocket‖ expenditure) even if reimbursed later. Total expenditure incurred by households will be recorded even if direct payment to hospital is made by the employer or an insurance company (cashless treatment). For institutional childbirth, record expenditure excluding pre and post natal care. In case of zero expenditure on any of the items of expenditure (items 5-15), a ‗-‘ should be entered in the relevant column against the item. Normally, packages do not include additional diagnostic tests, attendant charges, physiotherapy, personal medical appliances, blood, oxygen, etc. The total cost of the package treatment received will, however, be known and will be recorded against item 5 as ―package component‖. However, even when treatment has a package component, some extra medical expenses may be incurred over Instructions to Field Staff, Vol. Therefore, the presence of an entry in item 5 does not necessarily mean that items 6 to 10 will be blank for that particular hospitalisation case (column of Block 7). It is not necessary that the doctor(s) or surgeon(s) should be attached to the hospital. If charges for food cannot be separated out from bed charges, the combined charges may be recorded against ‗bed charges‘. If any household member or relative attends to the patient, no imputation of charges for his/her services is to be made. But frequently, the respondents will report that they are unable to provide the break-up of expenditure incurred for treatment in the hospital. Even if this break-up differs a lot from the true break-up, it is better than having no break-up. This practice should only be resorted to in extreme cases as an exception, rather than as a rule. Making it a general practice will defeat one of the important objectives of the survey.
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