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1
Warren Cousino High School Health Education
  • Unit 1
  • Life Management Skills

2
Life Management Skills
  1. Self-Esteem/Self-Concept/Self-Confidence
  2. Impact of the Media
  3. Values
  4. Peer Pressure
  5. Communication
  6. Goal Setting
  7. Decision Making
  8. Stress Management
  9. Coping with Loss
  10. Conflict and Violence

3
Bell Ringer1 -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Good Character, pg 75
  • Self-Respect, pg 76-77
  • Self-Esteem, pg 78
  • Social-Emotional Environment, pg 79
  • Positive Interactions, pg 80

4
Life Management Skills
  • What is the difference between self-concept,
    self-esteem, self-confidence?
  • Self-concept the ideas a person has about
    himself/herself. It is also how you perceive and
    understand yourself.

5
Life Management Skills
  • Self-Concept
  • Ideas
  • Perceptions
  • Paradigms
  • Road Map

6
Life Management Skills
  • Self-esteem the positive feelings a person has
    about himself or herself. It is also how you
    judge or feel about yourself.
  • Examples
  • High self-esteem Who are sure of themselves and
    not afraid to take chances or try new things.
  • Low self-esteem Not very sure of themselves and
    worry about what others think.

7
Self-EsteemFeelings
8
Life Management Skills
  • Self-Confidence is believing in one-self because
    of
  • Prior accomplishment-previous success leads to
    future success
  • Visualization-seeing yourself being successful
    leads to success
  • Modeling-seeing a peer having success leads to
    success

9
Review
  • Define
  • Self-Concept
  • Self-Esteem
  • Self-Confidence
  • Give an Example of
  • Self-Concept
  • Self-Esteem
  • Self-Confidence

10
Assignment -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Study Guide, textbook pg 81
  • Questions 1-10, 20, 21
  • How Do You See Yourself?
  • Notebook pg 12

11
Bell Ringer 2 Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Analyzing Media Messages, pg 556
  • Entertainment, pg 557
  • Evaluating Entertainment, pg 558-560
  • Technology Health Status, pg 561-562
  • Don't want to be an American idiot. One nation
    controlled by the media.

12
Life Management Skills
  • What is Media?
  • Media is to inform and entertain.
  • What are some types of Media?
  • TV, Music, Magazines and the Internet are some
    forms of Media.
  • How does the Media affect you? Self-Esteem,
    Concept, Confidence
  • Show celebrities power point

13
Celebrities with and without makeup
Life Management Skills
14
Jessica Simpson
15
Angelina Jolie
16
Kim Kardashian
17
Miley Cyrus
18
Beyonce
19
Megan Fox
20
Carrot Top (Plastic Surgery)
21
Michael Jacksons Transformation
22
Joan Rivers (Plastic Surgery)
23
Ashley Simpson (New Nose and Lips)
24
Perception vs. Reality
  • Dove Campaign
  • for Real Beauty
  • Evolution
  • http//www.dove.us//features/videos/default.aspx
    cp-documentid7049579/

25
Assignment -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Study Guide, pg 563
  • Questions 1-5

26
Bell Ringer 3 -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Managing Time Money, pg 550
  • Managing Time, pg 551-552
  • Managing Money, pg 553-554
  • Study Guide, pg 555
  • Questions 1-8

27
Time Management Skills
  • Definition
  • Organizing time to accomplish priorities
  • People that effectively manage time
  • Plan-Use your agenda
  • To-Do Lists daily short term goals
  • Be Organized Room, locker, etc.
  • Have a Place for Everything
  • Break Large Projects into Manageable Parts
  • Dont Procrastinate
  • Eat the Frog 1st
  • Do things you dont like doing 1st

28
Review
  • ________ is the thoughts and ideas you have about
    yourself
  • Self-Concept
  • Self-Esteem is the _______ you have about
    yourself
  • Feelings
  • __________ is believing in yourself
  • Self-Confidence
  • _______ is to inform and/or entertain
  • Media
  • List 5 examples of media

29
Time Management
  • Assignment
  • Health Notebook
  • Read Eat that Frog pg 13
  • Complete Time Management Table on pg 14

30
Bell Ringer 4 -Notebook
  • Complete pgs 15-18 of the Values Survey in the
    notebook
  • Check the column that most closely matches your
    feelings
  • Very True
  • Sometimes True
  • Not Sure
  • Not True

31
Life Management Skills
  • Values are beliefs and standards of conduct
    that you find important.
  • Examples of values are character traits such as
    honesty, integrity, courage, loyalty, and hard
    work.
  • Values can come from school, athletic teams,
    family and work.
  • Values are what you feel is right and what is
    wrong.
  • Name some values that you have.

32
Life Management Skills
  • Acting On Your Values What would you do and how
    would you act when you are in a situation where
    you values are challenged?
  • How can Values affect you? Self-Esteem, Concept,
  • Confidence

33
Value Check
  • Complete Value Survey
  • Notebook, pages 19 20
  • Follow directions to score your survey
  • Value Ranges
  • Strong Value 72-48
  • Medium Value 47-24
  • Weak Value 23-0

34
Bell Ringer 5 -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Peer Pressure, pg 45-46

35
FAITH
  • Expectations Trust
  • Self Confidence
  • Trust actions match words
  • Belief without evidence
  • You are here for a reason, a purpose, for
    greatness
  • Legacy/Pay it Forward
  • Reframing or Attitude Technique
  • Turning your defeats into victories
  • Fact is not Faith, Faith is not Fact
  • Faith isnt daring to believe in spite of the
    evidence, Faith is doing in spite of the
    consequences

36
FAMILY
  • Ego Me to We
  • Group Cohesion
  • Commitment to the community
  • A LOVE for the people around you.
  • Person for Others
  • -a person committed to a greater cause/purpose
  • -a person that works to build relationships with
    their parents, family, siblings, teachers,
    friends, and classmates .
  • What can I do for you?
  • Be a go giver, not a go getter!
  • The WM WE not me!
  • Synergy
  • Iron sharpens Iron, just as man sharpens man
  • Leadership
  • The Interlocking WM
  • Who is the most important person in this room?

W
M
37
Focus
  • Execution
  • Concentration/Selective Attention
  • Carpe Diem
  • Live in the moment
  • Be here, now
  • W.I.N
  • Whats Important Now
  • Power of Priority
  • Focus on
  • Family parents/siblings
  • Friends/Social
  • School class/homework
  • Extra-curricular band, sports, clubs, work
  • Take time to focus on the BIG picture

38
Fight
  • Effort Toughness
  • Motivation Drive Intensity
  • Macte Virtute
  • Increase your excellence
  • Fight mediocrity
  • Fight forward toward excellence
  • Chase Perfection, Catch Excellence
  • Fight the good fight!

39
Finish
  • High school dropout is the hidden statistic in
    America.
  • 60 of those who start college do not earn a
    degree.
  • More than 50 of marriages end in divorce.
  • Start fast, finish strong
  • Always finish thru, not just to.
  • Put the past behind you, focus on the moment, and
    finish
  • This too shall pass
  • The start is about discipline, the finish is
    about toughness (guts, heart, etc.)

40
Fun
  • Enthusiasm Energy
  • Deferred vs. Instant Gratification
  • Healthy Celebration

41
Life Management Skills
  • What are Peers?
  • People of the same group.
  • What is Peer Pressure?
  • The strong influence that people of the same
    group sometimes have on one another.
  • What are some examples of Positive Peer Pressure?
  • Negative Peer Pressure?
  • What is the difference between Positive and
    Negative Peer Pressure?

42
Life Management Skills
  • Example of Positive Peer Pressure Helping a
    friend feel better in a time of need when he/she
    is not feeling good about themselves or the
    situation at hand.
  • Example of Negative Peer Pressure Pressuring a
    friend into doing something against their beliefs
    or values.
  • The difference between the two is that does not
    try discourage a persons values or beliefs,
    pushes them to their goals
  • Can peers affect a person?

43
6F's
  • Describe a time nobody believed that you could do
    something, but you did it anyway.
  • Describe a time you turned a defeat into a
    victory, a negative into a positive
  • How do you show the people close to you that you
    love them and care for them?
  • Describe a situation that made you tougher, a
    time that you fought through and you were a
    better person for it.

44
Bell Ringer 6 -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Communication Skills, pg 41-44

45
Life Management Skills
  • Communication
  • a process through which you send messages to and
    receive messages from others.
  • There are four major components of Communication
  • Speaking
  • Listening
  • Body Language
  • Written Word

46
Life Management Skills
  • Speaking Skills
  • Having good speaking skills means saying clearly
    what you mean.
  • Do not assume that anyone else can read your
    mind.
  • It is not just what you say that is important but
    how you say it.
  • Tone of voice, how loud or soft, how fast or
    slow.

47
Communication
  • Are you a good listener?
  • Listening Game
  • One or Two Way Street?

48
Life Management Skills
  • Listening Skills
  • Active Listening
  • A way of responding to show that a person hears
    and understands
  • Really paying attention to what someone is saying
    and feeling.
  • This involves understanding what they are trying
    to say without making judgments or interrupting.

49
Life Management Skills
  • Tips for being a more effective listener
  • Give your full attention to the person speaking.
  • Make direct eye contact.
  • Do not interrupt.
  • Listen for feelings and watch for gestures.
  • Nonverbal Communication
    (Body Language) Gestures, facial expressions,
    and behaviors
  • Being aware of your body language helps you make
    sure you are sending the messages you intend.

50
Life Management Skills
  • Communication Game
  • Notebook, page 21

51
Bell Ringer 7 -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Health Goals, pg 57

52
Life Management Skills
  • Goal is something you aim for or try to achieve
    that takes planning and work.
  • Having and setting goals is one way to help shape
    your life in positive directions.
  • Two types of goals Short-Term Goals and Long-Term
    Goals.

53
Life Management Skills
  • Examples of short-term goals getting your
    homework done by 900pm, getting an A on this
    weeks quiz.
  • Examples of long-term goals becoming a teacher
    or professional athlete, getting a college
    degree.

54
Life Management Skills
  • Long-term goals take a longer period of time,
    sometimes months or even years to achieve.
  • Many long-term goals can be achieved by breaking
    them down into short-term goals.

55
Life Management Skills
  • Example I want to become a teacher.
  • 3.0 GPA in Gen Eds (basic studies)
  • Admitted to the college of education
  • Major Minor Courses 2.5 GPA
  • Student Teach
  • Certification Exam

56
Life Management Skills
  • Setting Goals Making An Action Plan
  • Select a specific realistic goal
  • (Be SMART)
  • Create Short-Term goals
  • (Look for ways to break the goal down)
  • Create a support system.
  • (Friends, family, teachers, coaches)

57
Life Management Skills
  1. Set a reasonable time frame for reaching your
    goal.
  2. Establish checkpoints to evaluate your progress.
  3. Reward reset your goal (Enjoy the personal
    satisfaction)

58
SMART Goals
  • S pecific
  • M easurable
  • A ttainable
  • R ealistic
  • T arget/time bound

59
Outcome vs. Process Goals
  • Outcome Goals
  • Concerned with the product of the event Getting
    there
  • Getting a 3.5 GPA
  • Winning a championship
  • Getting a raise or promotion
  • Achieving 1st chair in band

60
Outcome vs. Process Goals
  • Process Goals
  • Concerned with the journey to the event. How you
    get there.
  • Completing your homework every night
  • Strength training or working hard in the
    off-season
  • Attending a conference to improve skills.
  • Practicing your instrument an additional 2
    hrs/night

61
Goal Setting Project
  • Equivalent to a test grade.
  • Due date Final Draft due ______.
  • 2 Parts
  • 5 paragraph essay
  • Presentation
  • 1 Major Long Term Goal
  • 3 Short-term goals

62
Assignment
  • Todays assignment Pre-Write 1
  • Set Long-term goal
  • Brainstorm write down any and every thing that
    comes to mind. No wrong answers.
  • Something significant that you want to do in your
    life graduate HS w/ honors, college, career,
    varsity sport, 1st chair band, etc.

63
Bell Ringer 8 -Goal Paper
  • Now that youve decided on a long-term goal, its
    time to break it down into manageable parts.
  • Set 3 short term goals that will build-up to
    your significant, long-term goal
  • Think of them as steps to attaining your
    long-term goal.

64
Intro Paragraph -Attention Getter THESIS Tell
them what youre going to tell them
5 Paragraph Essay triple cheeseburger
BODY -3 Paragraphs Transistions -Topic
sentence -3 SUPPORTING DETAILS -Examples/Definitio
ns/Quotes Conclusion Sentence Tell them
CONCLUSION -Transition -Re-state Thesis Tell
them what you told them
Notebook, pg 22
65
Take a Stand
  • Persuasive Element
  • Take a stand, state your opinion, MAKE YOUR POINT
  • Make a counterpoint, counter argument,
    acknowledge the other side.
  • SLAM it back down, restate your point!

66
Where to take your stand
  • In a normal essay, this happens in your 3rd body
    paragraph.
  • Intertwine point/counterpoint throughout your
    essay.
  • In the intro paragraph
  • Todays assignment
  • Outline
  • Notebook, pg 22

67
Life Management Quiz 1
  • Self-Esteem/Self-Concept
  • Media
  • Peer Pressure
  • Values
  • Communication
  • Goal Setting

68
Assignment
  • Complete Outline
  • Begin Intro Paragraph
  • Attention Getter
  • Thesis

69
Bell Ringer 9 -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Decision-Making Styles, pg 60
  • Responsible Decisions, pg 61
  • Wrong Decisions, pg 62

70
Life Management Skills
  • Decision Making
  • A critical thinker and problem solver is one who
    has the ability to evaluate information from
    reliable sources and then make a responsible
    decision.

71
PSI-Decision Making Model
1. State the problem
2. Explore alternative
3. Examine the consequences
4. Select a solution
5. Design a plan to achieve this solution
6. Use the plan
7. Evaluate the plan
72
Life Management Skills
  • Group Activity
  • Decision Making with the Problem Solving Model
  • Notebook, pg 24

73
Review
  • Self-concept is the
  • Thoughts Ideas
  • An individual who is sure of themself, not afraid
    to take chances, or try new things has high
  • self-esteem.
  • __________ are people of the same group.
  • Peers
  • Peer pressure is the strong that people of the
    same group sometimes have on one another.
  • influence
  • Peer pressure can be both
  • Negative Positive

74
Review
  • List 2 active listening skills
  • give your full attention and make eye contact.
  • A ______ is a belief or standard of conduct.
  • Value
  • When you achieve a goal, you should
  • reward and reset
  • A __________ is something you aim for or try to
    achieve that takes planning and work.
  • goal
  • The first step of the goal setting action plan is
    to select a _________ and realistic goal
  • specific
  • Self-concept is/are the __________ a person has
    about himself/herself.
  • ideas
  • Self-esteem refers to the positive ___________ a
    person has about himself or herself.
  • feelings

75
Review
  • Media is to __________ and entertain.
  • inform
  • TV, Music, Magazines and ________________ are
    some forms of Media.
  • Billboards, the internet, movies
  • Values are __________ and standards of conduct
    that you find important.
  • beliefs
  • Character traits such as ___________ is/are
    examples of values.
  • Honesty, integrity, courage
  • _______________________ is the process through
    which you send messages to and receive messages
    from others.
  • Communication
  • The four major components of communication
    include speaking, __________, body language, and
    the written word.
  • listening

76
Life Management Skills
  • Activity
  • -Decision making, Notebook pg. 24 26
  • -Complete Thesis Statement

77
Life Management Skills
  • Quiz 1

78
Bell Ringer 10 -Textbook
  • Read Pages
  • Mind-Body Connection, pg 95
  • Expressing Emotions in Healthful Ways, pg 96
  • Angry Feelings, pg 97
  • Anger-Management Skills, pg 98

79
Life Management Skills
  • Stress Management

80
Life Management Skills
  • What is Stress?
  • Stress is the bodys and minds reaction to
    everyday demands or threats. These demands
    produce changes in both the body and brain.

81
Life Management Skills
  • Different Kinds of Stress
  • 1. Distress (or negative stress) results when
    there is too much pressure or trauma and you
    dont know how to cope with it.

82
Life Management Skills
  • Examples of Distress are
  • Having too much homework and having little time
    to do it.
  • Your running late you miss the bus for work or
    school.

83
Life Management Skills
  • 2. Eustress (or positive stress)
  • Can help you achieve your goals.
  • First day of High School
  • Exercise, strength training
  • Band Camp

84
Life Management Skills
  • Stress occurs in response to a stressor.
  • Stressors are any stimulus that produce a stress
    response. Examples of stressors are people,
    objects, places, events.
  • Hearing an ambulance siren, seeing a car
    accident, going on a first date are all potential
    stressors.
  • There are 5 general categories of stressors

85
Life Management Skills
  • Biological Stressor such as mental/physical
    illness and disabilities.
  • Environmental Stressors such as poverty,
    pollution and natural disasters.
  • Thinking Stressors such as the way you perceive
    a situation.

86
Life Management Skills
  1. Personal Behavior Stressors such as those
    negative reactions in the body and mind caused by
    using tobacco, alcohol, or other drugs or even
    not exercising.
  2. Life Situations such as having a relative or
    pet die, or divorce in family.

87
REVIEW
  • Stress
  • Eustress
  • Distress
  • Stressor
  • Biological
  • Environmental
  • Thinking
  • Personal
  • Life Situation

88
Assignment
  • 5 Paragraph Essay
  • Complete Intro Paragraph
  • Begin 1st Body Paragraph
  • Transition
  • Topic Sentence 1st Short-Term Goal
  • 3 Supporting Details
  • Concluding Sentence relate short-term goal back
    to long-term goal

89
Bell Ringer 11 -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Stress, pg 100-103

90
Life Management Skills
  • The Bodys Stress Response
  • When you perceive a situation or event to be a
    threat your body begins a stress response.
  • Two major systems of the body are active during
    stress response
  • Nervous system
  • Endocrine system

91
Life Management Skills
  • Alarm is the first stage in the stress response,
    when the body and mind go on high alert.
    (Adrenaline is the emergency hormone to prepare
    the body to respond to a stressor. (examples of
    this are breathing faster, heart beating faster,
    sweating)

92
Life Management Skills
  • Resistance is the second stage in the stress
    response, when the body tries to repair its
    damage from the stressful event and return to its
    normal stage.
  • Fatigue is the third stage of the stress
    response, resulting in a tired feeling that
    lowers ones level of activity.
  • There are three types of fatigue

93
Life Management Skills
  1. Physical Fatigue may occur at the end of a long
    day or after exercise.
  2. Pathological Fatigue is tiredness brought by
    overworking the bodys defenses in fighting
    disease. (ex. Having the flu, being overweight,
    having poor nutrition.)
  3. Psychological Fatigue can result from constant
    worry, overwork, depression, boredom, and
    isolation
  • .

94
Life Management Skills
  • Stress Your Personality Type
  • Personality is another factor in how you handle
    stress, personalities are grouped into Type A and
    Type B personalities.
  • Type A personality is described as a competitive,
    high achieving personality type that is most
    likely to develop heart disease or significant
    health problems.
  • Type B personality is seen as a laid back
    non-competitive personality type less likely to
    suffer from heart disease.

95
Life Management Skills Signs Of Stress
  • Physical Signs headaches, trembling, upset
    stomach, sweating, rash, diarrhea, heart
    pounding, muscle aches, insomnia, dizziness, back
    pain, ringing in ears.
  • Emotional Signs frustration, nervousness,
    boredom, edginess, feeling powerless, being quick
    to anger, impatience, mood swings, worrying,
    confusion, crying, low self-esteem, easily upset.

96
Life Management Skills
  1. Mental Signs trouble reading or thinking
    clearly, lack of creativity, constant worry,
    obsessive thoughts, indecisive, forgetful, loss
    of sense of humor.
  2. Behavioral Signs not eating, overeating,
    compulsive talking, verbal or physical outbursts,
    fidgeting, using alcohol, caffeine, drugs,
    tapping feet, drumming fingers, forgetting ones
    values, reckless/high risk behaviors.

97
Review
  • Stress Response
  • Stages
  • Alarm, Resistance, Fatigue (Exhaustion)
  • Fatigue 3 types
  • Psychological, Physical, Pathological
  • Stress Personality
  • Type A
  • Type B
  • Signs of Stress
  • Physical
  • Emotional
  • Mental
  • Behavioral

98
Assignment
  • Activity
  • Solving Stressful Stressful Situations
  • Situation A, B, C, D, E, F
  • Notebook, Pg. 27 28
  • 5 Paragraph Essay
  • Complete 1st Body Paragraph
  • Begin 2nd Body Paragraph
  • Transition
  • Topic Sentence 1st Short-Term Goal
  • 3 Supporting Details
  • Concluding Sentence relate short-term goal back
    to long-term goal

99
Bell Ringer 12 -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Stress-Management Skills, pg 104-105

100
Life Management Skills
  • Managing Stress
  • There are two ways to deal with stress
  • 1st is to eliminate the stressor or reduce your
    exposure to it.
  • 2nd is to change the way you perceive or react to
    the stressor.

101
Life Management Skills
  • Ways to manage stress include
  • Planning
  • Re-channeling your energy in some positive
    activity
  • Relaxing
  • Laughing
  • Physical Activity is one effective technique for
    handling stress.

102
Life Management Skills
  • Planning
  • People who plan well tend to have less stress.
    When you plan you decide in advance what you
    want, what you need, and what is expected of you.

103
Life Management Skills
  • Re channeling energy
  • Transferring or redirecting your energies. Try
    to turn the negative energy into positive energy.
  • Example you become very angry and stressed so
    you channel that energy to your workout which
    makes you feel better both physically and
    mentally.

104
Life Management Skills
  • Relaxing and Laughing
  • The Relaxation Response is a state of deep rest
    that can be reached if one or more relaxation
    techniques are practiced regularly. Ex. Deep
    breathing, thinking pleasant thoughts, exercise
    and stretching (yoga).
  • Laughing can also instantly relieve some stress.
    Talk to a friend to make you laugh.

105
Review
  • Managing Stress
  • Planning
  • Re-channeling
  • Relaxing
  • Laughing
  • Physical Activity
  • Stressors
  • Type of Stress Fatigue
  • Stress Personality
  • Signs of Stress

106
Assignment
Activity Relaxation Response Visualization/Image
ry Exercise
  • 5 Paragraph Essay
  • Complete 2nd Body Paragraph
  • Begin 3rd Body Paragraph
  • Transition
  • Topic Sentence 1st Short-Term Goal
  • 3 Supporting Details
  • Concluding Sentence relate short-term goal back
    to long-term goal

107
Bell Ringer 13 -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Dealing with Loss Grief, pg 122
  • Loss Grief, pg 123-125
  • Dealing with a Loss, pg 126-127
  • Grieving a Loss, pg 128

108
Life Management Skills
  • Coping With Loss
  • There are different kinds of losses. Some
    examples are losing a relative, a pet, losing a
    big game, losing job, breaking up with a
    boyfriend or a girlfriend, moving to a new city.

109
Life Management Skills
  • When a loss occurs it is common to experience a
    grief reaction.
  • Grief Reaction is an individuals total response
    to a major loss.
  • There are five stages that people go through when
    they experience loss.

110
Life Management Skills
  • Stage 1 Denial.
  • Denial is a persons initial reaction to any
    loss. The person cannot believe that the loss
    has occurred.
  • Stage 2 Anger.
  • A person moves to the why me stage. Here a
    person may be critical, demanding uncooperative.

111
Life Management Skills
  • Stage 3 Bargaining.
  • As the reality of the loss sets in, the anger
    begins to fade and is replaced by bargaining.
    The person may pray or promise to change if only
    the lost person or object can be returned.

112
Life Management Skills
  • Stage 4 Depression.
  • This stage is often marked by silence and
    withdrawal. Here there is a deep sense of quiet
    sadness.

113
Life Management Skills
  • Stage 5 Acceptance.
  • This is the last stage in dealing with a deep
    loss. This stage can involve a sense of power,
    allowing the person to face reality in
    constructive ways and make significant and
    meaningful gestures surrounding the ideas of the
    loss.

114
Review
  • Grief Reaction
  • Stages
  • Denial
  • Anger
  • Bargaining
  • Depression
  • Acceptance
  • Stress Response
  • Stages
  • Alarm, Resistance, Fatigue (Exhaustion)
  • Fatigue 3 types
  • Psychological, Physical, Pathological
  • Stress Personality
  • Type A
  • Type B
  • Signs of Stress
  • Physical
  • Emotional
  • Mental
  • Behavioral

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Assignment -Textbook
  • Study Guide, pg 129
  • Questions 1-7, 21
  • 5 Paragraph Essay
  • Complete 3rd Body Paragraph
  • Begin Conclusion
  • Transition
  • RE-STATE THESIS
  • Concluding Sentence wrap it all up

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Bell Ringer 14 -Notebook
  • Conflict Violence
  • Facts Opinions
  • Notebook Pg. 29 30
  • Textbook
  • Read Pages
  • -Conflicts, pg 49-50
  • -Conflict-Resolution Skills, pg 51-52
  • -Mediation, pg 53
  • -Prejudicial Behavior, pg 54

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Life Management Skills
  • Conflict Violence

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Life Management Skills
  • Violence In Our Society
  • Homicide- the willful killing of one human being
    by another- is the second leading cause of death
    for persons 15 to 24 years of age.
  • Violence happens for many different reasons, some
    are unsuccessful ways of trying to solve
    conflicts.

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Life Management Skills
  • How to prevent violence
  • Avoid guns and alcohol and other drugs.
  • Resist becoming a member of a gang.
  • Learn and practice the skills of communication
    and conflict resolution.
  • NEGOTIATE COMPROMISE

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Assignment Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Reducing the Risk of Violence, pg 656
  • Violence, pg 657-658
  • Risk Factors, pg 659
  • Protective Factors, pg 660
  • Assertive Behavior Violence, pg 661-662
  • Study Guide, pg 663
  • Questions 1-8, 16, 27

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Bell Ringer 15 -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Hazing, pg 675
  • Bullying, pg 676-677
  • Child Abuse, pg 678

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Life Management Skills
  • Another Act of Violence is Abuse.
  • Abuse is the intentional physical, emotional,
    sexual, and/or verbal injury of one person by
    another.
  • Usually when one person has perceived power over
    another

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Cyberbullying -What is it?
  • "Cyberbullying" is when a teen is tormented,
    threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or
    otherwise targeted by another teen using the
    Internet, interactive, and digital technologies
    or mobile phones.
  • It has to have a minor on both sides, or at least
    have been instigated by a minor against another
    minor.
  • Once adults become involved, it is plain and
    simple cyber-harassment or cyberstalking. Adult
    cyber-harassment or cyberstalking is NEVER called
    cyberbullying.

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Cyberbullying -How do I stop it?
  • Take 5! count to 5 before responding
  • Drop the Mouse! And step away from the computer
    and no one will get hurt!
  • Find ways to calm down.
  • running, playing catch or shooting hoops.
  • taking a bath, hugging a stuffed animal or
    talking on the phone with friends.

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Cyberbullying -What can happen?
  • Let others know that you wont allow
    cyberbullying
  • Supporting the victim,
  • Make it clear you wont be used to torment others
  • Show you care about the feelings of others
  • In the end, we will remember not the words of
    our enemies, but the silence of our friends.
  • Martin Luther King, Jr
  • Many cyberbullying campaigns include some form of
    hacking or password or identity theft, serious
    laws are implicated. Law enforcement, including
    the FBI, might get involved in these cases.

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Review
  • Stress Response
  • Stages
  • Alarm, Resistance, Fatigue (Exhaustion)
  • Fatigue 3 types
  • Psychological, Physical, Pathological
  • Signs of Stress
  • Physical
  • Emotional
  • Mental
  • Behavioral
  • 5 Stages of Grief Reaction
  • Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance
  • What is abuse?
  • What is cyberbullying?
  • How can you stop it?

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Assignment -PEER EDIT
  • Step 1 Check off the following
  • Intro
  • Attention Getter (AG) Thesis (TH)
  • Body Paragraphs
  • Transition (TR)
  • Topic Sentence (TS)
  • 3 Supporting Details (SD)
  • Concluding Sentence (CS)
  • Conclusion
  • Transition (TR)
  • Re-State Thesis (RS
  • Concluding Sentence (CS)

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Assignment -PEER EDIT
  • Step 2 Read the entire essay, write the author
    a sentence on the following
  • Conventions
  • Grammar Spelling, complete sentences
  • Style/Focus
  • Voice, word choice

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Bell Ringer 16 -Textbook Read Discuss
  • Read pages
  • Mental Emotional Abuse, pg 679-
  • Domestic Violence, pg 680
  • Dating Violence, pg 682
  • Recovery from Violence, pg 683-684

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Abusive Relationship Cycle
Domestic Dating Violence
  • Tension builds the abuser becomes edgy and
    tense. He or she seems easily irritated. Their
    partner may feel scared or nervous and try harder
    to keep the abuser happy.

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Abusive Relationship Cycle
  • 2. Explosion the abuser becomes more
    aggressive and verbally and/or physically attacks
    his or her partner. The partner may feel like he
    or she deserved the abuse and will most likely
    try to cover it up.

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Abusive Relationship Cycle
  • 3. The Honeymoon the abuser tries to keep the
    relationship together. He or she promises to
    change and says it wont happen again. The
    abuser can be apologetic, passionate, and often
    romantic. Over time this stage may disappear.
    (Temporary lessening of abuse)

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How to Avoid Abuse
  • 3 Rs
  • Recognize learn to recognize abusive behavior in
    its many forms.
  • Resist should someone use or try to use
    offensive touching, suggestive talk, or
    inappropriate behavior, resist in any way you can
    be assertive.
  • Report get away and tell someone.

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Life Management Skills
  • Until the abuser and the partner get professional
    help or the partner leaves the abuser the cycle
    will continue no matter what the abuser says.
    Example I promise it will never happen again
  • Therapy
  • Counseling
  • Behavior Modification

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Learned Helplessness
  • Definition
  • a psychological state where people feel powerless
    to change their self or situation
  • a mental condition in which one becomes unable to
    help oneself due to previous failed attempts

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Assertiveness
  • Definition
  • -Telling someone exactly how you feel, not
    worrying about what they will say and not being
    indecisive

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Review
  • 3 phases of abusive relationship cycle
  • Tension Builds
  • Explosion
  • Honeymoon
  • 3Rs to avoid abuse
  • Recognize
  • Resist
  • Report
  • What is learned helplessness?
  • Person is taught to feel powerless over oneselfs
    situation behavior

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Assignment Textbook Read Discuss
  • Study Guide
  • Questions pg 663 1-8, 27

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Bell Ringer 17
  • Bell Ringer
  • Case Study B C
  • Notebook Pg. 31 32

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Life Management Skills
  • Components of Wellness
  • Pieces to the Whole Person

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Components of Wellness
  • Physical taking good care of your physical
    self.
  • Exercise, nutrition, avoiding drugs, alcohol,
    tobacco, stress management
  • Social developing meaningful, productive
    relationships with other people of all ages
    cultivating a network of supportive friends and
    family members contributing to the community
  • Joining clubs, teams, church hanging out with
    friends and family

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Components of Wellness
  1. Spiritual having faith in something beyond
    yourself developing the capacity for compassion,
    altruism (unselfish concern for the welfare of
    others), joy, and forgiveness finding meaning
    and purpose in life
  2. Intellectual using your mind constructively
    keeping an active, curious, open mind

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Components of Wellness
  1. Emotional maintaining a positive self-concept
    dealing constructively with feelings developing
    such qualities as optimism, trust, and
    self-confidence.
  2. Environmental protecting yourself from
    environmental hazards minimizing the negative
    impact of your behavior on the environment
    making a positive contribution to improving the
    environment

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Components of Wellness
  • Physical
  • Intellectual
  • Emotional
  • Environmental
  • Social
  • Spiritual

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Life Management Quiz 2
  • STRESS!
  • Eustress/Distress
  • Personality Type
  • Stressors
  • Stress Response
  • Stress Management
  • Coping with Loss
  • Conflict Violence
  • Components of Wellness

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PROJECT PART II Presentation
  • 1-2 Min PRESENTATION of your Goals
  • Do not just read your paper
  • Tips for presentations
  • Note cards with main points to keep you on track.
  • Practice in mirror to practice body language,
    expressions, eye contact
  • Practice with a video camera, friend, family
    member

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PROJECT PART II Presentation
  • Things to work on when public speaking
  • Pace-slow down
  • Articulate- every letter of every word
  • Project-volume is very important, project from
    the diaphragm
  • Must have a Visual
  • Powerpoint, posterboard, etc.

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Life Management Skills
  • Quiz 2

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Bell Ringer 18
  • Complete Goal Presentation
  • Remember, dont write out your presentation
  • Use key words to keep presentation moving

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Life Management Skills
  • Test
  • Study Guide

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Health Curriculum
  • Life Management Skills
  • Growth Development
  • Nutrition
  • Fitness
  • Drugs, Alcohol, Tobacco
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