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Lecture 1

HLTH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Learned Helplessness, Settler Colonialism, Epigenetics


Department
Health Studies
Course Code
HLTH 101
Professor
Elaine Power
Lecture
1

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HTLH 101 Professor Power 2015-09-15 8:10:00 PM
Real education consists in drawing the best out of yourself -Mahatma
Gandhi
Course Format:
50 mins lecture/week (Professor Power)
75 mins tutorial/week (teaching assistant)
7.5 hrs/week (average) online activity, reading & private study
Expected total time for HLTH 101: 10 hrs/week (averaged over 12 weeks)
Tutorials (small group discussion, led by a teaching assistant or TA)
o Check SOLUS for your tutorial session (numbered 3-31)
o Mandatory attendance + you must attend the tutorial to which you
are assigned
o If you cannot attend a tutorial for a valid reason, contact your TA
well in advance
Course Materials:
Social Determinants of Health by Alan Davidson
A Healthy Society, by Ryan Meili
Ragged Company (novel) by Richard Wagamese
Glossary of Anti-Oppressive Terms
Moodle
PowerPoint slides posted here
Course Communication
Prof’s Office Hours: Tuesday - 9:30-11am
Email to book an appointment
Put Health 101 in the subject line
Marking Structure
o Online plagiarism tutorial and quiz 3%
o Weekly online mini quizzes 6%
o Online grammar tutorials (5 in total) 2%
o Tutorial writing, activities and quizzes 22%
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o In class quizzes using Top Hat 2%
o Assignments based on the novel
o Novel essay thesis statement and outline 10%
o Novel final essay 20%
o Final proctored exam (scheduled by the admissions office) 35%
Exam period is between 9-23rd of December (Exam accomodations
At least one week notice)
THINGS TO DO NOW
o Do the plagiarism quiz (due 3 october):
https://www.indiana.edu/~istd/
o Do the writing and grammar mini quizzes on moodle (closing on the
October 13th)
Week #1 Readings
o Davidson Textbook
o Baggett Article
Week #1 Videos
o What is public health?
o Unnatural causes
Course covers topics like:
o The economy
o Income; poverty
o Income inequality
o Colonialism; racism
o Employment/unemployment
o Climate change
o War
Social Determinants of Health:
o Broadly speaking, the factors that affect the chances that groups of
people have to lead long and healthy lives
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HLTH 101 Tutorial #1 2015-09-15 8:10:00 PM
ICE MODEL
Ideas:
o Knowing about what you’re reading
o Explain, describe, identify and recognized what happened
Connections:
o Understanding how and why
Extensions:
o Thinking beyond
o Goes beyond the facts and what’s happening in the text
o What’s important about what the author is saying
o Positive or negative consequences
o Interpret bigger meaning of novel and what that means in a bigger
concept
o Relating it to things going on in your own life or in the world
o Difference between: Whether you’re just stating what happened in the
novel vs. making connections between certain concepts. (get marks for
making connections only)
Motorcycle Article
o Many states in the Us don’t have laws the require motorcyclists to wear
helmets
o Freedom was a key theme: Is it the motorcyclists choice or the
government’s choice to wear helmets?
o Canadians don’t really have a choice (despite some religions)
o Differences between Canada and the states and how the death rates have
increased because of the different cultures
o Becomes a danger for everyone (should we make decisions for an
individual or for the population as a whole?)
o When you are allowing people to have a choice (to wear a helmet or not)
it influences others to not wear a helmet, which puts them in danger.
o Motorcyclists who protest and bully policy and law makers are being
ignorant of the reason as to why the laws were put in place (to lower the
amount of injuries)
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