Health Education helps build health literate citizens who can solve problems, address real life situations as critical thinkers, can communicate effectively, and are responsible and productive citizens.
Connections to disciplinary literacy strategies is critical to building health literate students. This connection could be achieved in the following examples:
Each of the above examples will be developed in each of the four chapters that will follow on critical thinking, oral communication, reading and writing in the health education discipline..
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For further information on health education contact:
Eileen Hare:, Health and Physical Education consultant at
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