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Family and Social Health. Unit 2. A Close Look at Relationships Lesson 6. Life Skills. I will show respect for all people. I will encourage other people to take responsibility for their health. Lesson Objectives. Talk about ways to show respect for others.

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Life skills
Life Skills

  • I will show respect for all people.

  • I will encourage other people to take responsibility for their health.


Lesson objectives
Lesson Objectives

  • Talk about ways to show respect for others.

  • Explain how to earn the respect of others.

  • Talk about ways to encourage other people to take responsibility for their health.


Vocabulary
Vocabulary

  • Relationships

  • Respect

  • Honest talk

  • Mutual respect

  • Role model


Relationships
Relationships

  • The connections you have with other people


Respect
Respect

  • Thinking highly of someone


Honest talk
Honest talk

  • The open sharing of feelings


Mutual respect
Mutual respect

  • The high regard two people have for one other


Role model
Role Model

  • A person whose behavior other people copy


How can i earn the respect of others
How Can I Earn the Respect of Others?

  • Choose responsible behavior

  • Treat others with respect

  • Expect others to treat you with respect

  • Know when to draw the line


How can i encourage other people to take responsibility for their health
How can I encourage other people to take responsibility for their health?

  • You can talk to others about healthful behaviors

  • You can support others who are trying to develop the habit of practicing a new life skill

  • You can share with others the efforts you make to practice life skills


Lesson 6 assignment page 45 1 5 vocabulary words sentences
Lesson 6 their health?Assignment: Page 45 1-5Vocabulary wordsSentences


Making peace lesson 7
Making Peace their health?Lesson 7


Life skill
Life Skill their health?

  • I will settle conflict in healthful ways.


Lesson objectives1
Lesson Objectives their health?

  • Explain how settling internal conflict protects your health.

  • Explain how settling conflict with others protects your health.

  • List and discuss ways to settle conflicts.


Vocabulary lesson 7
Vocabulary their health?lesson 7

  • Conflict

  • Peace

  • Violence

  • Productive Argument

  • Conflict Resolution Skills


Conflict
conflict their health?

  • A disagreement


Peace
peace their health?

  • Being without unsettled conflicts within yourself or with others


Violence
Violence their health?

  • An act that harms oneself, others, or property


Productive argument
Productive Argument their health?

  • A discussion of different viewpoints without fighting


Conflict resolution skills
Conflict Resolution Skills their health?

  • Steps you can take to settle disagreements in a responsible way


How does settling conflict within yourself protect your health
How does settling conflict within yourself protect your health?

  • You are less likely to be anxious and upset, therefore you are less likely to experience the body changes from being stressed out.


How does settling conflict with others protect your health
How does settling conflict with others protect your health? health?

  • Being able to settle conflicts helps reduce the risk of harm from violence. Being at peace with others improves relationships. They know they can be honest with you, because you will be willing to work things out.


How do you know if a solution is a peaceful one
How do you know if a solution is a peaceful one? health?

  • A peaceful solution must result in actions that are healthful, safe, follow rules and laws, follow your family guidelines, show respect for you and others, and show good character.


What are ten steps you can take to settle disagreements p 48
What are ten steps you can take to settle disagreements? P. 48

  • 1. Remain Calm

  • 2. Set the tone

  • 3. Talk about what happened

  • 4. Be honest

  • 5. Use I-messages to express your feelings

  • 6. Listen to the other person’s feelings

  • 7. List and talk about solutions

  • 8. Agree on a solution

  • 9. Keep your word and follow through

  • 10. Ask a trusted adult for help if needed


What are three suggestions for setting the tone before talking about conflict
What are three suggestions for setting the tone before talking about conflict?

  • Do not blame

  • Do not interrupt

  • Do not use put-downs


What counts in friendship lesson 8
What Counts in Friendship talking about conflict?Lesson 8


Life skill1
Life Skill talking about conflict?

  • I will work to have healthful friendships


Lesson objectives2
Lesson Objectives talking about conflict?

  • Discuss reasons why you need friends

  • List and discuss guidelines for friendships

  • Discuss reasons to avoid being in a clique


Vocabulary1
Vocabulary talking about conflict?

  • Bonding

  • Social skills

  • clique


Bonding
Bonding talking about conflict?

  • A process in which two people develop feelings of closeness for one another


Social skills
Social Skills talking about conflict?

  • Skills that help you interact with others


Clique
Clique talking about conflict?

  • A group of people who keep other people out of their group


Why do you need friends
Why do you need friends? talking about conflict?

  • The ties of friendship improve the quality of your life

  • You can share thoughts, feelings, and activities

  • Friends can help you develop other parts of your personality

  • Encourage you to learn new skills


What are six guidelines for friendship
What are six guidelines for friendship? talking about conflict?

  • 1. Make responsible decisions with friends

  • 2. Talk over your disagreements

  • 3. Keep promises that you make

  • 4. Encourage each other to grow

  • 5. Keep confidences

  • 6. Allow each other time to be alone and time for family members and other friends


When should you talk to an adult about a secret a friend has told you
When should you talk to an adult about a secret a friend has told you?

  • When their actions can be harmful or illegal


Why should you avoid being in a clique
Why should you avoid being in a clique? told you?

  • A clique can keep you from developing social skills.

  • You will not have the opportunity to interact with different kinds of people, who could give you new ideas or improve your thinking


How can you say yes to social skills and no to cliques
How can you say YES to social skills and NO to cliques? told you?

  • Include new people in your group of friends

  • Go out of your way to meet people who are not in your group of friends

  • Say no if your group of friends wants to leave out others for no good reason


The family bond lesson 9
The Family Bond told you?Lesson 9


Life skills1
Life Skills told you?

  • I will work to have healthful family relationships

  • I will adjust to family changes in healthful ways


Lesson objectives3
Lesson Objectives told you?

  • Explain why you need to follow family guidelines

  • Discuss ways your family influences your health

  • List and Discuss changes that occur in some families


Vocabulary2
Vocabulary told you?

  • Family

  • Family guideline

  • Character

  • Heredity

  • Habit

  • Family value


Family
Family told you?

  • The group of people to whom you are related


Family guideline
Family guideline told you?

  • A rule set by your parents or guardian that helps you know how to act


Character
character told you?

  • The effort you use to act on responsible values


Heredity
heredity told you?

  • The traits that you get from your natural parents


Habit
habit told you?

  • A usual way of doing something


Family value
Family value told you?

  • The worth or importance of something to your family








Life skill2
Life Skill are close to your family?

  • I will practice life skills for health

  • I will use resistance skills when necessary


Lesson objectives4
Lesson Objectives are close to your family?

  • Explain why you are learning about risk behaviors

  • List and discuss reasons to avoid risk behaviors

  • List and discuss skills that help you avoid risk behaviors


Vocabulary3
Vocabulary are close to your family?

  • Risk Behavior

  • Reputation

  • Guilt

  • Resistance skills


Risk behavior
Risk Behavior are close to your family?

  • An action that can be harmful to you and others


Reputation
Reputation are close to your family?

  • The quality of your character as judged by others


Guilt
guilt are close to your family?

  • The bad feelings you have if you think or do something that you know is not right


Resistance skills
Resistance skills are close to your family?

  • Skills that help you resist pressure to make a wrong decision






How can you avoid being in a situation in which someone might try to get you to participate in risk behaviors?


Test over unit 2
TEST OVER UNIT 2 might try to get you to participate in risk behaviors?

  • Lessons 6-10

  • Questions/ answers and Vocabulary

  • Sentences


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