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  1. Interpreting Events and Experiences

  2. How much information do you already know about this topic area? • Expert – I have done a lot of learning in this area already. • Above average – I have learned some information about this topic. • Moderate – I know a little about this topic. • Rookie – I am a blank slate…but ready to learn! 0 0 0 0 LE200-C3L1:LQ1

  3. What is one issue that may affect the cycle of goal-directed activity? • Behaviors • Extrinsic motivation • Competence • Peer-pressure LE200-C3L1:LQ2

  4. Chapter Overview • Lesson 1: Interpreting Events and Experiences • Lesson 2: Developing a Positive Attitude • Lesson 3: What It Takes to Be a Leader Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  5. Lesson Overview • Interpreting events and experiences • The hierarchy of needs • The importance of a positive outlook on life • How perspective molds your understanding of life Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  6. Lesson Overview, cont. • How perspective molds your purposes, passions, and practices • How personality shapes your perspective and motivation • How actions reveal your attitudes Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  7. Vocabulary Questions Slide Index (Part 1 of 2) Click any link below to go directly to polling that question. Your promise—what you are capable of doing or becoming The state of being fully grown or developed What you are inside and what you show to others A thought, feeling, or belief An action that others can see you doing The inner force that drives people to act A ranking, or series of steps, that follows a specific order The process of becoming what you are capable of becoming Click here to return to this index.

  8. Vocabulary Questions Slide Index(Part 2 of 2) Click any link below to go directly to polling that question. Your way of seeing the world A desire to be and feel a part of a group A strong and deeply held idea that forms the basis for much of your thinking Something you deeply want for yourself and those close to you An external aim, or end to which you direct effort A drive people feel that is based on internal factors A force that drives people to act that is based on factors outside The attainment of goals and accomplish of objectives Click here to return to this index.

  9. Quick Write In the middle of a successful political career, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was stricken with polio, a disease that left him unable to walk or use his legs. Despite this, he went on to become governor of New York, establish a treatment center for polio patients, and serve as president of the United States for four terms—leading the nation through the Great Depression and World War II. What do you think was his attitude about these challenges, and why was that important? (Note to teacher: Click the Show/Hide Response Display Button) Photo courtesy of Shutterstock

  10. Interpreting Events and Experiences • Your experience and how you interpret that experience have an enormous influence of your daily life and your future Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  11. Interpreting Events and Experiences, cont. • Experience shapes your personality • Personality is the foundation of your attitudes and behaviors Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  12. The Hierarchy of Needs • In the 1950s, psychologist Abraham Maslow proposed a “hierarchy of needs” to describe people’s needs and motivations Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  13. The Hierarchy of Needs, cont. • Physiological needs • Safety needs • Love and belonging needs • Esteem needs • Self-actualization needs Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  14. Activity 1: Hierarchy of Needs • Review the section in your textbook on the hierarchy of needs • Complete the diagram to identify each tier of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs • Provide specific examples from your daily life for each need in the hierarchy Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  15. The Importance of a Positive Outlook on Life • Your attitude is made up of your thoughts, feelings, and beliefs • Your attitude determines your outlook and approach to life • Your attitude is like a compass—you go in the direction the needle points • Your attitude is largely under your control Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  16. I’m OK, You’re OK • I’m not OK, you’re OK • I’m not OK, you’re not OK • I’m OK, you’re not OK • I’m OK, you’re OK Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  17. Activity 2: I’m OK, You’re OK • Review the section in your textbook on the importance of a positive outlook on life • Complete the chart by describing in your own words what the four life positions of personality are and how you would deal with people who have these attitudes • Answer the questions Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  18. Why is a Positive Attitude Important? • It increases the chances that others will like you • It is essential for leaders • It has a powerful influence on others Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  19. Which basic human need includes the realization of potential? • Physiological needs • Love and belonging needs • Esteem needs • Self-actualization needs LE200-C3L1:LQ3

  20. Which one of Harris’ positions indicates disapproval of both yourself and others? • I’m not OK, you’re OK • I’m not OK, you’re not OK • I’m OK, you’re not OK • I’m OK, you’re OK LE200-C3L1:LQ4

  21. How Perspective Molds Your Understanding of Life • Perspective is your take on the world • Perspective includes your insight into people, things, and events • A healthy, well rounded, fair-minded perspective can guide you in your studies, your job, your friendships, your family relationships, and your future Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  22. Activity 3: Your Perspective • Look at the image and think about what you see in the image • Do not share what you see with your classmates until prompted • Once you identify the picture in the image, think about how others might perceive the image Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  23. How Perspective Molds Your Purposes, Passions, and Practices • Your perspective drives: • The purposes your strive toward • Your passions • The practices you follow in your life Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  24. Cultivating a Healthy Perspective • People’s beliefs and desires help shape their perspectives • Developing a healthy perspective requires keeping an open mind • Everyone makes mistakes—the trick is to learn from them Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  25. What did ancient Greek philosophers think was as essential to human life as food and water? • Self-actualization • Self-understanding • Healthy perspective • Self-esteem LE200-C3L1:LQ5

  26. What should you do when you make a mistake? • Learn from it • Beat yourself up • Hide the mistake from others • Make sure others don’t make the same mistake LE200-C3L1:LQ6

  27. Activity 4: Cultivating a Healthy Perspective • Review the section in your textbook on cultivating a healthy perspective • Reflect on your perspective and write a few paragraphs on how you can help cultivate a healthy perspective in your life Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  28. How Personality Shapes Your Perspective and Motivation • Personality influences what you think is important and unimportant • The cycle of goal-directed activity • How do your goals relate to your motivation and behavior? • Goal-directed activity and goal activity form a cycle Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  29. Two Types of Motivation • Intrinsic motivation • Extrinsic motivation Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  30. Activity 5: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation • Review the section in your textbook on the two types of motivation • Complete the T-chart to identify examples of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation that would help encourage you to accomplish a task Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  31. How Actions Reveal Your Attitudes • You want your actions to be in harmony with your attitudes • Ultimately, it’s what you do, not what you say, that counts • You can’t separate actions from attitudes • Fostering an achievement-focused attitude leads to better results Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  32. What type of motivation originates from within? • Intrinsic • Extrinsic • Goal-directed • External LE200-C3L1:LQ7

  33. It’s through your ________ that you realize achievements. • attitudes • actions • beliefs • perspectives LE200-C3L1:LQ8

  34. Activity 6: Actions Reveal Attitudes • Select the students that will be performing the actions provided by the teacher • When the other group is performing their actions, identify the action and attitude that is revealed by their action Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  35. Summary • Interpreting events and experiences • The hierarchy of needs • The importance of a positive outlook on life • How perspective molds your understanding of life Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  36. Summary, cont. • How perspective molds your purposes, passions, and practices • How personality shapes your perspective and motivation • How actions reveal your attitudes Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  37. What do you think your actions say about your attitude? How do you think you can have a more positive attitude? Note to Instructors: Click the Show/Hide Response Display Button LE200-C3L1:LQ9

  38. Give one example of how you could APPLY what you learned in this lesson to the real world. For example, what difference could this information make in the way you think about the world, understand the viewpoints or others, or help you be successful in life? Note to Instructors: Click the Show/Hide Response Display Button LE200-C3L1:LQ10

  39. Next…. • Done – interpreting events and experiences • Next – developing a positive attitude Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Chapter 3, Lesson 1

  40. Your promise—what you are capable of doing or becoming (p. 106) • Maturity • Potential • Attitude • Motivation 0 0 0 0 LE200-C3L1:VQ1

  41. The state of being fully grown or developed (p. 107) • Maturity • Potential • Attitude • Motivation 0 0 0 0 LE200-C3L1:VQ2

  42. What you are inside and what you show to others. It includes your actions, opinions, beliefs, biases, desires, and ambitions (p. 107) • Maturity • Behavior • Attitude • Personality 0 0 0 0 LE200-C3L1:VQ3

  43. A thought, feeling, or belief (p. 107) • Goal • Behavior • Attitude • Motivation 0 0 0 0 LE200-C3L1:VQ4

  44. An action that others can see you doing (p. 107) • Goal • Behavior • Attitude • Motivation 0 0 0 0 LE200-C3L1:VQ5

  45. The inner force that drives people to act (p. 108) • Goal • Behavior • Attitude • Motivation 0 0 0 0 LE200-C3L1:VQ6

  46. A ranking, or series of steps, that follows a specific order (p. 108) • Hierarchy • Perspective • Achievement • Intrinsic motivation 0 0 0 0 LE200-C3L1:VQ7

  47. The process of becoming what you are capable of becoming (p. 109) • Maturity • Self-actualization • Perspective • Affiliation need 0 0 0 0 LE200-C3L1:VQ8

  48. Your way of seeing the world (p. 111) • Maturity • Self-actualization • Perspective • Affiliation need 0 0 0 0 LE200-C3L1:VQ9

  49. A desire to be and feel a part of a group (p. 112) • Maturity • Self-actualization • Perspective • Affiliation need 0 0 0 0 LE200-C3L1:VQ10

  50. A strong and deeply held idea that forms the basis of much of your thinking (p. 113) • Goal • Belief • Desire • Perspective 0 0 0 0 LE200-C3L1:VQ11