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Lesson 5. Using Communication Skills. Stephanie Bryant, Shernetta Cramer, Brice Caldwell, Victor Cuautle and Twan Skeet…. Communication Skills. Communication skills-skills that help a person share feelings, thoughts, and information with others. Expressing your thoughts and feelings clearly.

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stephanie bryant shernetta cramer brice caldwell victor cuautle and twan skeet

Lesson 5

Using Communication Skills

Stephanie Bryant, Shernetta Cramer, Brice Caldwell, Victor Cuautle and Twan Skeet…

communication skills
Communication Skills
  • Communication skills-skills that help a person share feelings, thoughts, and information with others.
  • Expressing your thoughts and feelings clearly.

1.An I-message expresses your feelings or thoughts on a subject

ex. “I am unhappy that I am late because I had to wait for you.”

2. An you- message is a statement that blames or shames another person

ex. A you message is an ineffective form of communication because it attacks and places a person on the defensive.

3. An mixed message sends more than one clear meaning through tone or action

    • When you communicate with someone without using language, you are using nonverbal communication.
    • When you summarize a response to what some is saying, you are practicing active listening
peer pressure
DEMONSTATION PRESENTED!!! ENJOY!!!

Consequences of Peer Pressure

Harm Health

Threaten your safety

Cause you to break laws

Cause you to show disrespect for yourself and others

Cause you to feel guilty and ashamed

PEER PRESSURE
self confidence and assertiveness
Self–confidence and Assertiveness
  • Self confidence and Assertiveness shows to others you have control of yourself
  • Self-direct learningmeans taking personal responsibility for gathering and using heath information
  • Critical thinkingis evaluating facts and examining possible outcomes
    • NOTE: to take responsibility for having your thoughts and feelings understood, you should express those thoughts and feelings clearly.
resistance skills
Resistance Skills
  • Resistance Skills- skills that help a person say “no” to an action or to leave a situation that they feel or know is dangerous.

Helpful Resistance skills

  • Say “NO” with self-confidence.
  • Use nonverbal behavior to match verbal behavior. (shaking your head)
  • Avoid people who make wrong behavior
how to use conflict resolution skills
HOW TO USE CONFLICT-RESOLUTION SKILLS
  • Remain Calm
  • Set a positive tone
  • Define the conflict
  • Take responsibility for personal actions
  • Listen to the needs and feelings of others.
  • List and evaluate possible solutions
  • Agree on a solution
mediation agree upon a mediator
Mediation: Agree upon a mediator
  • The meaning of a mediator is to resolve conflicts
  • Set ground rules
  • Define the conflict
  • Identify solutions to the conflict
  • Evaluate suggested solutions
  • Negotiate a solution
  • Write and sign an agreement.
prejudicial behavior
PREJUDICIAL BEHAVIOR
  • When you show respect for others, they will show respect back to you
  • Take the time to learn about somebody else who’s different from you
  • Avoid prejudicial comments( words that can hurt someone’s feelings, or joking about someone)
  • Avoid Stereotyping!!!!!!!!!!!
review review review
Review, Review ,Review!!!!
  • Four Skills of health literacy are

(effective communication, self-directed learning, critical thinking, and social networking)

Know the differences of an you message from and I message.

Summarizing a response to what someone is saying is practing active listening

Taking responsibility of your thoughts and feelings you should express those thoughts and feelings clearly

Not showing that your listening indicates to another person that you think he or she is unimportant

Self directed learning means taking responsibility for gathering and using health information

lesson 5 quiz
LESSON 5 QUIZ
  • Lesson 5 quiz
  • The four skills of health literacy include effective communication, self-directed learning, critical thinking, and
    • textbook study.
    • Responsible citizenship
    • Social networking
    • Media networking
  • Self-directed learning means
    • taking personal responsibility for gathering and using health information
    • studying health information when you have the time
    • setting a strict schedule for when you do your health class work.
    • Pursuing only those health subjects or questions that interest you,
  • Critical thinking is
    • accepting information that comes to you from established sources.
    • Finding reasons to reject ideas or information with which you don’t agree.
    • Doing research to support your own ideas.
    • Evaluating facts and examining possible outcomes before making
lesson 5 quiz1
LESSON 5 QUIZ
  • When you communicate with someone without using language, you are using
    • interactive communication
    • emotional communication
    • nonverbal communication
    • expressive communication
  • To take responsibility for having your thoughts and feelings understood, you
  • Should
    • express those thoughts and feelings clearly.
    • Trust your close friends and family to understand you.
    • Never be angry at what another person has done.
    • Send mixed messages to give the greatest chance of communication.
  • Not showing that you are listening indicates to another person that
    • you think he or she is unimportant
    • you are carefully considering his or her ideas.
    • you are a person of self-control.
    • he or she has your complete attention
lesson 5 quiz2
LESSON 5 QUIZ
  • When you summarize a response to what some is saying, you are
    • sending a mixed message.
    • Using an I-message
    • Giving a you-message.
    • Practicing active listening
  • An example of an I-message would be
    • “I wouldn’t put you in a situation like this by being late”
    • “I am happy that I am late because I had to wait for you”
    • “I’m late and it’s your fault and I’m plenty angry.”
    • “I cannot believe that you made me late again.”
  • A you-message is an ineffective form of communication because
    • it does not express emotion
    • people rarely react to you-messages
    • it does not address the other person directly.
    • It attacks and places a person on the defensive.
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Cont.
  • A mixed message is a message
    • Addressed to more than one person
    • That sends more than one clear meaning through tone or action
    • That both teens and adults understand.
    • Using both I-messages and you-messages in the same speech.