This High School program is based on the skills-based health education model. The idea that demonstration of a skill leads to health literacy, not knowledge alone. Health Education's past has been about teaching content with skills infused. It's time to flip this around. How about skill-based units with content infused?
This program might not work for your local needs. It's not necessarily giving your students the knowledge and skills they need. The content isn't necessarily addressing the most concerning data points in your city, town, or region. However, the program is driven by National Youth Risk Behavior Data and years of being a health education specialist, writing curriculum and working with content experts.
For high school Health I, everything about the first unit on Analyzing Influences is free and accessible. It includes six lessons, with an end of unit assessment. Materials and/or examples are included to implement.