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Title: Lessons


1
Building Responsible Relationships
Lessons
  • Lesson 1 Social Skills
  • Lesson 2 Sensitivity Skills
  • Lesson 3 Family Health
  • Lesson 4 Influences on Teen Relationships
  • Lesson 5 Healthy Friendships
  • Lesson 6 Teen Dating

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Lesson 1 Social Skills
Bellringer
Describe three ways that you can be a good
listener.
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Lesson 1 Social Skills
Objectives
  • Explain why clearly expressing yourself is
    important.
  • List four characteristics of active listening.
  • Describe the ways of expressing body language.
  • Contrast assertive behavior with passive behavior
    and with aggressive behavior.

4
Lesson 1 Social Skills
Objectives continued
  • Describe the three aspects of personal
    responsibility.
  • Explain how refusal skills help maintain healthy
    relationships.

5
Lesson 1 Social Skills
Start Off Write
What is active listening?
6
Lesson 1 Social Skills
Expressing Yourself
  • One Part of Communication One requirement of
    communication is to express yourself. You have to
    be able to express yourself clearly so that
    people around you know what you are thinking and
    feeling.
  • Using Art Sometimes, expressing feelings can be
    hard. Using a form of art can help.

7
Lesson 1 Social Skills
Understanding Others
  • Active Listening Active listening includes the
    following behaviors
  • 1. paying attention to the person speaking
  • 2. making eye contact
  • 3. nodding when you understand
  • 4. asking questions when you dont understand

8
Lesson 1 Social Skills
Understanding Body Language
  • What Is Body Language? Body language is a way of
    communicating by using facial expressions, hand
    gestures, and body posture.
  • Using Words and Body Language Together Sending
    the same message with your words and your body
    language will help people understand you.

9
Lesson 1 Social Skills
Communicating Through Behavior
  • What Is Behavior? You send messages through your
    behavior. Your behavior is how you choose to
    respond or act.
  • Being Assertive Assertive behavior is expressing
    your thoughts and feelings in a respectful way.
    Assertive behavior is helpful in relationships.

10
Lesson 1 Social Skills
Character and Personal Responsibility
  • Character and Relationships Relationships are
    affected by the character of the people in them.
  • Being Responsible One value that helps
    relationships is responsibility. Taking personal
    responsibility means doing your part, keeping
    promises, and accepting the consequences of your
    actions.

11
Lesson 1 Social Skills
Refusal Skills
  • Personal Responsibility One way to take personal
    responsibility is to use refusal skills whenever
    you need them.
  • Caring About Your Relationships Using refusal
    skills shows that you care about your
    relationships. It shows that you take
    responsibility for the consequences of your
    decisions.

12
Lesson 2 Sensitivity Skills
Bellringer
Write three sentences that describe how one
person you talked with today seemed to feel.
13
Lesson 2 Sensitivity Skills
Objectives
  • Explain four ways to develop empathy.
  • Explain why tolerance is important to
    relationships.

14
Lesson 2 Sensitivity Skills
Start Off Write
Why is tolerance important to relationships?
15
Lesson 2 Sensitivity Skills
Developing Empathy
  • Identifying Feelings When you are talking with
    people, try to identify their feelings. Be
    specific. For example, you could say
  • 1. You seem upset at what your sister did.
  • 2. You seem excited about moving to a new
    city.
  • 3. You seem disappointed with the part you got
    in the play.

16
Lesson 2 Sensitivity Skills
Showing Tolerance
  • What Is Tolerance? Tolerance is the ability to
    overlook differences and accept people for who
    they are.
  • Why Show Tolerance? Showing tolerance can help
    you build relationships with people who are
    different from you.

17
Lesson 3 Family Health
Bellringer
Name everyone who lives in your household, and
explain one role that each of these people has in
the household.
18
Lesson 3 Family Health
Objectives
  • Explain how a familys structure can change over
    time.
  • Explain how both adults and teens can provide
    nurturing in a family.
  • Explain why family roles and responsibilities
    change.
  • Identify three disruptive changes that families
    face.
  • Explain two ways to cope with family problems.

19
Lesson 3 Family Health
Start Off Write
What are two healthy ways to cope with family
problems?
20
Lesson 3 Family Health
Family Structure
  • Nurturing Relationships The job of every family
    is to nurture its members.
  • Different Kinds of Families Families dont always
    keep the same structure. The figure on the next
    slide shows some common family structures.

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Lesson 3 Family Health
Family Structures
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Lesson 3 Family Health
Family Roles
  • Adult Responsibilities Adult responsibilities
    include providing food, clothing, shelter, basic
    care, and love.
  • Your Role You help care for your family by
    showing respect and cooperation. The other roles
    you have depend on what your family needs.

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Lesson 3 Family Health
Changing Roles
  • Adding Responsibilities Roles within a family can
    change. Your roles change as you gain
    responsibility and learn to do more things.

24
Lesson 3 Family Health
Family Changes
  • Family Problems Common problems include the
    following
  • 1. Health problems
  • 2. Money problems
  • 3. Relationship problems

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Lesson 3 Family Health
Sometimes talking about these problems with
parents or other family members helps.
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Lesson 3 Family Health
Coping with Problems
  • Talking about Problems One of the best ways to
    cope with problems is to talk about them.
  • Family Meetings Another good way to cope with
    family problems is to hold regular family
    meetings. In family meetings, families set aside
    time to talk.

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Lesson 4 Influences on Teen Relationships
Bellringer
List three people you admire. Explain why
you admire these three people.
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Lesson 4 Influences on Teen Relationships
Objectives
  • Describe how you can tell if a message in the
    media is a good influence on relationships.
  • Describe three types of relationships that may
    influence your actions.

29
Lesson 4 Influences on Teen Relationships
Start Off Write
How can you tell if a message in the media is a
good influence on your relationships?
30
Lesson 4 Influences on Teen Relationships
Media Influences
  • Media Messages You are surrounded by messages
    that influence how you get along with others.
  • Healthy Messages Messages that encourage
    healthier, safer, and stronger relationships are
    good influences.

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Lesson 4 Influences on Teen Relationships
Real People as Influences
  • People Who Affect You Another influence on your
    behavior is your experience with people such as
  • 1. Your family
  • 2. Your role models
  • 3. Your peers

32
Lesson 5 Healthy Friendships
Bellringer
List the names of your good friends. Identify how
and where you met these friends.
33
Lesson 5 Healthy Friendships
Objectives
  • Describe four ways you can build your
    self-esteem.
  • List five qualities of good character.
  • List three ways to make new friends.
  • Explain why keeping friendships healthy is
    important.
  • Explain three ways to resolve unhealthy
    relationships.

34
Lesson 5 Healthy Friendships
Start Off Write
What are qualities of a good friend?
35
Lesson 5 Healthy Friendships
Building Self-Esteem
  • Having a Healthy Self-Esteem You can build
    healthy self-esteem. Practice treating yourself
    the way a good friend would treat you. Respect
    yourself.
  • Respecting Others People who have healthy
    self-esteem also respect the well-being of others.

36
Lesson 5 Healthy Friendships
Friendship and Character
  • Having a Healthy Self-Esteem You can promote good
    character by demonstrating the following traits
  • 1. Caring
  • 2. Respect
  • 3. Dependability
  • 4. Loyalty
  • 5. Honesty

37
Lesson 5 Healthy Friendships
Making New Friends
  • Where to Meet New People You can make new friends
    by joining a club or group, volunteering to help
    with a community project, or simply talking with
    someone after class.

38
Lesson 5 Healthy Friendships
Friendship and Health
  • Support Each Other One way to keep friendships
    healthy is for the friends to support each other.
  • Positive Peer Pressure Good friends create
    positive peer pressure for each other.

39
Lesson 5 Healthy Friendships
If a friend is involved in something that puts
him or her or anyone else at risk, you can be a
good friend by telling a parent or
another trusted adult as soon as possible.
40
Lesson 5 Healthy Friendships
Resolving Unhealthy Relationships
  • Remember Your Values An unhealthy relationship is
    a relationship with a person who encourages you
    to do things that go against your values.
  • Encouraging Healthy Choices One way to deal with
    these friends is to be as honest as you can. You
    are not responsible for your friends behavior.
    But you can encourage your friends to make
    healthy choices.

41
Lesson 6 Teen Dating
Bellringer
List several ideas that you have for group dating
with your friends.
42
Lesson 6 Teen Dating
Objectives
  • Describe four benefits of group dating.
  • List eight healthy ways to show affection.
  • Describe five ways to be clear about showing
    affection.
  • Explain four benefits of sexual abstinence.
  • Explain how refusal skills can be used to promote
    sexual abstinence.

43
Lesson 6 Teen Dating
Start Off Write
What are some healthy ways you can show affection?
44
Lesson 6 Teen Dating
Dating
  • What Is Dating? Dating is going out with people
    you find attractive and interesting.
  • Group Dating Group dating can help boys and girls
    learn how to have healthy relationships with each
    other and how to talk to each other socially.

45
Lesson 6 Teen Dating
Showing Affection
  • Being Affectionate Here are some examples of
    healthy ways to show affection
  • 1. giving a smile to someone
  • 2. telling someone you care about him or her
  • 3. remembering a birthday
  • 4. writing a card, a note, or a letter
  • 5. giving a small gift, such as a flower
  • 6. cheering for someone at a game
  • 7. spending time together
  • 8. holding hands

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Lesson 6 Teen Dating
Being Clear
  • Respecting Others All affection is based on
    respect. For example, when people ask not to be
    touched, dont touch them. Respecting their
    wishes shows that you like them.
  • Expecting Respect If you feel uncomfortable about
    the way someone is showing you affection, say so.
    Tell the person to stop. If the person does not
    stop, talk with a parent about the problem.

47
Lesson 6 Teen Dating
Sexual Abstinence
  • Choosing Abstinence The benefits of choosing
    abstinence include the following
  • 1. being sure you will not cause an unwanted
    pregnancy
  • 2. being absolutely sure you will not get
    diseases or infections that are spread by sexual
    activity
  • 3. being absolutely sure you will not be hurt
    emotionally from sexual involvement
  • 4. demonstrating care for yourself, your family,
    and your future

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Lesson 6 Teen Dating
Maintaining Abstinence
  • Using Refusal Skills Refusal skills can help you
    maintain abstinence. Use them. If anyone
    pressures you, say no with your words, actions,
    and body language.
  • Showing You Are Responsible Sexual activity does
    not prove you are grown up or independent. In
    fact, you can show you are gaining healthy
    independence by choosing abstinence to protect
    your health and your future.

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Lesson 6 Teen Dating
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