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1 Health Class By the best looking bald man you ever saw! (Chris Homer too)

2 Mental Health Today – focus on wellness Today – focus on wellness Wellness programs in the workplace and in schools Wellness programs in the workplace and in schools (Burton Snowboards) Burton Bio (Burton Snowboards) Burton Bio (Burton Snowboards) Burton Bio (Burton Snowboards) Burton Bio 7 Dimensions of Wellness (Worksheet) 7 Dimensions of Wellness (Worksheet) The Longevity Game The Longevity Game The Longevity Game The Longevity Game Discuss life expectancy, behaviors, how what is done at young ages affects life later on Discuss life expectancy, behaviors, how what is done at young ages affects life later on

3 Goal Setting Its a wish until you write it down. Then its a goal Its a wish until you write it down. Then its a goal Long-Term Goal Long-Term Goal Profession Profession School Year School Year Personally Personally Short-Term Goal Short-Term Goal Weekly Weekly Daily Daily Things you need to do to achieve your long-term goals Things you need to do to achieve your long-term goals Keep on file Keep on file Keep on file Keep on file

4 Goal Setting Harvard Business Student… Harvard Business Student… Fed Ex! Fed Ex! Motivation, Drive, Can Do Attitude... Motivation, Drive, Can Do Attitude... Motivation, Drive, Can Do Attitude... Motivation, Drive, Can Do Attitude... Haiku Famous Failures / Famous People Haiku Famous Failures / Famous People Athletes Athletes More… More… More… Motivation Motivation Motivation Haiku Clips… Haiku Clips…

5 Life on Your Own Have you ever told your parent / guardian I cant wait to move out on my own!? Have you ever told your parent / guardian I cant wait to move out on my own!? List in your notebook the following: List in your notebook the following: What items you would need to begin a life on your own What items you would need to begin a life on your own What expenses would you have? What expenses would you have?

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7 The Apartment Will Have… You will rent a furnished apartment in _________________ You will rent a furnished apartment in _________________apartment You are only able to bring your clothes and shoes with you, no other items! You are only able to bring your clothes and shoes with you, no other items! The apartment will have… The apartment will have… Furniture (You buy? Gift?) Furniture (You buy? Gift?) Refrigerator Refrigerator Oven Oven Plates (somebody gave you this) Plates (somebody gave you this) Glasses (somebody gave you this) Glasses (somebody gave you this) Silverware (somebody gave you this) Silverware (somebody gave you this) Lamps (somebody gave you this) Lamps (somebody gave you this) Sheets (somebody gave you this) Sheets (somebody gave you this) Towels (somebody gave you this) Towels (somebody gave you this)

8 Life on Your Own Personal expense worksheet Personal expense worksheet Personal expense worksheet Personal expense worksheet Actual expense worksheet Actual expense worksheet Actual expense worksheet Actual expense worksheet Cost is approximately $2,727 per month (living cheap) Cost is approximately $2,727 per month (living cheap) $32,724 per year $32,724 per year You would need ~$41,000 job before taxes You would need ~$41,000 job before taxes Minimum wage is $7.25 hr. X 40 hr week = Minimum wage is $7.25 hr. X 40 hr week = $290 a week $290 a week 51 weeks of work a year = $14, weeks of work a year = $14,790 After taxes – approx $9,000 After taxes – approx $9,000 Does this work for you? Does this work for you?

9 Life Economics Lesson Life Economics Lesson The Cosby Show Dont worry, I am available for any questions you may have… Please appreciate what you have in your own life and what your parents/guardians do to help you Would life on your own be easy? Would life on your own be easy? Thank you Bill Gates Bill GatesBill Gates

10 The Facts

11 The Facts - working 51 weeks / yr No High School – $471/wk = $24,021/yr No High School – $471/wk = $24,021/yr HS Diploma – $652/wk = $33,252/yr HS Diploma – $652/wk = $33,252/yr HS + 2 yr trade school – $785/wk = $40,035/yr HS + 2 yr trade school – $785/wk = $40,035/yr College – $1066/wk = $54,366/yr College – $1066/wk = $54,366/yr Masters Degree – $1300/wk = $66,300/yr Masters Degree – $1300/wk = $66,300/yr PHD – $1624/wk = $82,824/yr PHD – $1624/wk = $82,824/yr *** Before Taxes… *** Before Taxes… On average, the more education you receive, the higher your salary will be On average, the more education you receive, the higher your salary will be Figures taken from the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics and represent median average earnings in 2012 dollars. Figures taken from the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics and represent median average earnings in 2012 dollars.

12 Then What? Brain activities demonstrating how the brain learns and processes information Brain activities demonstrating how the brain learns and processes information Strange Activities for Your Brain Day Strange Activities for Your Brain Day Show, demonstrate & teach students how to wake up their brain & recall information easier Show, demonstrate & teach students how to wake up their brain & recall information easier

13 What is Stress? Intro to stress Intro to stress Project details Project details

14 Chinese Proverb That the birds of worry and care Fly above your head This you cannot change But that they may make nests in your hair This you can prevent That the birds of worry and care Fly above your head This you cannot change But that they may make nests in your hair This you can prevent Stressors – birds of worry and care Stressors – birds of worry and care

15 Events are Neutral What does that mean? What does that mean? The individual exercises control over the outcomes The individual exercises control over the outcomes Most stress occurs in the mind Most stress occurs in the mind Results are things you do to yourself Results are things you do to yourself

16 STRESS MAP PROJECT

17 Stress Map Project Project guidelines Project guidelines Project guidelines Project guidelines Scales / Categories (packet) Scales / Categories (packet) Scales / Categories Scales / Categories Worksheets / Answer Key Worksheets / Answer Key Worksheets Finished Product Finished Product Scoring Grid Scoring Grid Scoring Grid Scoring Grid Grading Rubric Grading Rubric Grading Rubric Grading Rubric

18 Stress Map Project Each day we spend half the class working on the scales and the other half discussing a stress related topic such as... Each day we spend half the class working on the scales and the other half discussing a stress related topic such as... Factors that influence stress Factors that influence stress Types of stressors (biological, environmental, cognitive, personal behavior, life situation…) Types of stressors (biological, environmental, cognitive, personal behavior, life situation…) Alarm, Resistance, Exhaustion/Fatigue Alarm, Resistance, Exhaustion/Fatigue Eustress / Distress Eustress / Distress Symptoms Symptoms Stress Reduction Ideas Stress Reduction Ideas

19 Stress Map Project Examples Ex. Olivias conclusion… Ex. Olivias conclusion…

20 Mate Trait Rummy Mate Trait Rummy

21 Game Rules Round 1 Round 1 Pick a card from the face up or face down pile Pick a card from the face up or face down pile You must keep that card until your next turn You must keep that card until your next turn Put a card back on the face up pile Put a card back on the face up pile EXPLAIN to your group why you threw it out AND WHY you are keeping the other cards EXPLAIN to your group why you threw it out AND WHY you are keeping the other cards Round 2 Round 2 You must throw a card out first You must throw a card out first You can only pick from the face down pile You can only pick from the face down pile EXPLAIN to your group why you threw out your card AND why you are keeping the other cards EXPLAIN to your group why you threw out your card AND why you are keeping the other cards

22 Next Days Class (after Mate Trait) Process Lesson & HW Process Lesson & HW See next slides… See next slides…

23 Positive / Desirable Traits Negative / Undesirable Traits

24 Missing Traits you must have

25 Next Days Class (after Mate Trait) Process Lesson & HW Process Lesson & HW Goal: Self-evaluation Goal: Self-evaluation Do YOU possess the desirable traits? Do YOU possess the desirable traits? Are you doing things that are undesirable? Are you doing things that are undesirable?

26 Peer Intervention Peer Intervention Activity (drugs, poor decisions, eating disorders, violent behaviors, etc.) Peer Intervention Activity (drugs, poor decisions, eating disorders, violent behaviors, etc.)

27 Intervention - Day 1

28 Drug Intervention Example / Movie

29 Key Points to Remember ENABLING ENABLING Bailing out a person…keeping them out of trouble Bailing out a person…keeping them out of trouble Making excuses for somebody Making excuses for somebody Covering up for someones mistakes / lies / behavior Covering up for someones mistakes / lies / behavior Ignoring / allowing a problem to happen or continue Ignoring / allowing a problem to happen or continue Giving a person $ to help them continue their problems… Giving a person $ to help them continue their problems…

30 Drug Intervention Practice Role Play Groups of 5 Groups of 5 Using Chrome Book, share with me a document stating the following: Using Chrome Book, share with me a document stating the following: Who will be the addict Who will be the addict What is the Drug of Choice What is the Drug of Choice Who will be the Therapist / Counselor Who will be the Therapist / Counselor Roles of the other members of the group Roles of the other members of the group

31 Drug Intervention Practice Role Play Look up and research How to do a drug intervention Look up and research How to do a drug intervention Then each member of the group will do the following… Then each member of the group will do the following… following…

32 5 Steps for Giving Help Refuse to bail the person (user) out Refuse to bail the person (user) out Express concern and care but be NON- JUDGEMENTAL Express concern and care but be NON- JUDGEMENTAL Mention only actions & behavior that are the problem Mention only actions & behavior that are the problem Offer support and help Offer support and help Dont argue or defend your position Dont argue or defend your position Do not accuse or harass the user / addict Do not accuse or harass the user / addict

33 6 Helping Skills 1. Express Concern 1. Express Concern 2. Identify the problem 2. Identify the problem 3. Explore the alternatives 3. Explore the alternatives 4. Predict the consequences 4. Predict the consequences 5. Ask them what THEY will do 5. Ask them what THEY will do 6. Express support & leave the door open 6. Express support & leave the door open *** If there is a threat of physical violence, dont wait, GET HELP ASAP *** If there is a threat of physical violence, dont wait, GET HELP ASAP

34 Help Info YES Community Counseling Ctr: YES Community Counseling Ctr: LI Crisis Counseling (516) LI Crisis Counseling (516) Nassau Alliance for Addiction Services Nassau Alliance for Addiction Services New York State OASAS (518) New York State OASAS (518) South Oaks Comprehensive Outpatient Counseling Services (631) South Oaks Comprehensive Outpatient Counseling Services (631)

35 Help Info (for Parents) (for Parents) (internet safety info) (internet safety info) (internet safety for parents & youth) (internet safety for parents & youth) (prevention tips & interactive e-learning) (prevention tips & interactive e-learning)

36 The Purpose of an Intervention To let an addict know people care To let an addict know there are other ways to deal with their problems / anger / fears / issues Deal with the behavior first. The drug addiction will be dealt with in therapy This is not a therapy session. An intervention is to show care and offer help.

37 Skit Reminders By the time you leave today, you should hand in (all on one sheet of paper) By the time you leave today, you should hand in (all on one sheet of paper) A list of your group member names A list of your group member names Roles each person will play (therapist, addict, friends, family, etc) Roles each person will play (therapist, addict, friends, family, etc) The idea for the setting (place) of your intervention The idea for the setting (place) of your intervention A basic script for your intervention A basic script for your intervention i.e. drug of choice, setting, people involved… i.e. drug of choice, setting, people involved… DO NOT USE ANY NAMES OF STUDENTS. THIS WILL RESULT IN SEVERE DISCIPLINARY ACTION!!! DO NOT USE ANY NAMES OF STUDENTS. THIS WILL RESULT IN SEVERE DISCIPLINARY ACTION!!!

38 Intervention - Day 2/3 Day 2 you may want to give more time for the groups to work on their skits Day 2 you may want to give more time for the groups to work on their skits So do the role plays on Day 3 So do the role plays on Day 3 (quality over quantity) (quality over quantity)

39 The Purpose of an Intervention To let an addict know people care To let an addict know there are other ways to deal with their problems / anger / fears / issues Deal with the behavior first. The drug addiction will be dealt with in therapy This is not a therapy session. An intervention is to show care and offer help.

40 Peer Intervention Peer Intervention Activity Peer Intervention Activity Group Handout Part I Part 2 Group Handout Part I Part 2Part I Part 2Part I Part 2

41 THIS WILL BE GRADED! EACH GROUP MEMBER WILL HAVE THEIR OWN GRADE FOR THE INTERVENTION!

42 Skit Reminders Addict - write a story about the first time they used and why they currently use Addict - write a story about the first time they used and why they currently use During the skit, the addict will be in denial During the skit, the addict will be in denial Therapist - make a list of questions for the addict. Make a game plan for how you want to organize and run the intervention. Therapist - make a list of questions for the addict. Make a game plan for how you want to organize and run the intervention. Other members – write stories about how your relationship with the addict has changed and why you want them to get help. Remember, you are writing to / speaking to the addict. Other members – write stories about how your relationship with the addict has changed and why you want them to get help. Remember, you are writing to / speaking to the addict. REMEMBER TO BE NON-JUDGEMENTAL! REMEMBER TO BE NON-JUDGEMENTAL!

43 Suggestions for Intervention Intervention should be 5-10 min AT MOST. Intervention should be 5-10 min AT MOST. Family speaks before therapist does their thing. Why? Family speaks before therapist does their thing. Why? Therapist introduce yourself by first name only Therapist introduce yourself by first name only Deal with the behavior more so than the actual drug itself Deal with the behavior more so than the actual drug itself Therapist plays off each story/reading Therapist plays off each story/reading Remember, this is not a therapy session, the goal is to let the addict know people care about them and that there are other ways do deal with their problems. Remember, this is not a therapy session, the goal is to let the addict know people care about them and that there are other ways do deal with their problems. Family / Friend should get involved with the role play and show care without judging the user Family / Friend should get involved with the role play and show care without judging the user

44 Dos & Do Not Dont – Dont – Dont tell an addict how they feel or why they are doing things (they know already) Dont tell an addict how they feel or why they are doing things (they know already) Attack or harass the addict telling them they have a problem or Whats wrong with them. Attack or harass the addict telling them they have a problem or Whats wrong with them. Dont call them an addict Dont call them an addict Dont interrogate Dont interrogate Dont tell them how they have gone downhill, etc. Dont tell them how they have gone downhill, etc. Argue with the addict about details / dont sweat the small stuff Argue with the addict about details / dont sweat the small stuff

45 Dos & Do Not DO – DO – Show concern Show concern Use words like: I care, I feel... Use words like: I care, I feel... Focus more on what is bothering the addict & how they can deal with their problems in a healthy way Focus more on what is bothering the addict & how they can deal with their problems in a healthy way Let the addict know that you are there for them when they need someone Let the addict know that you are there for them when they need someone

46 How to End the Intervention Let the addict know there are people there for them when they need it Let the addict know there are people there for them when they need it Let the addict know there is a place where they can get help with their problems Let the addict know there is a place where they can get help with their problems Let the addict know people are willing to go with them for support if they want Let the addict know people are willing to go with them for support if they want Day 1

47 Skit Day / Role Plays Respect other groups efforts… pay attention… show respect Respect other groups efforts… pay attention… show respect Nobody except for the group doing the skit will talk Nobody except for the group doing the skit will talk Do not do other work or work on your own skit while another group is role-playing Do not do other work or work on your own skit while another group is role-playing We may discuss the skit AFTER THE GROUP IS FINISHED We may discuss the skit AFTER THE GROUP IS FINISHED Write down any questions you may have and we will talk about it at the end of the role-play Write down any questions you may have and we will talk about it at the end of the role-play Remember the purpose of an intervention… Remember the purpose of an intervention…

48 The Purpose of an Intervention To let an addict know people care To let an addict know there are other ways to deal with their problems / anger / fears / issues Deal with the behavior first. The drug addiction will be dealt with in therapy This is not a therapy session. An intervention is to show care and offer help.

49 Skit Analysis – Group Discussion Discuss among your group first and then we will review the skit that was performed as a class Discuss among your group first and then we will review the skit that was performed as a class *** This is a critique of the performance, not the people! *** This is a critique of the performance, not the people! What did the group do well? What did the group do well? What do they need to improve upon? What do they need to improve upon? What were the good communication skills used? What were the good communication skills used? Did they show concern and care? Did they show concern and care? What were the bad communication skills shown? What were the bad communication skills shown? Were they confrontational? Were they confrontational? Remember to be NON-JUDGEMENTAL! Remember to be NON-JUDGEMENTAL!

50 DRUG UNIT REVIEW OF MOST IMPORTANT THINGS TO LEARN AND REMEMBER Biggest risk factor is EARLY FIRST USE Biggest risk factor is EARLY FIRST USE Synergistic Effect & what it is and does Synergistic Effect & what it is and does Why do people become addicted to drugs Why do people become addicted to drugs Serotonin/dopamine, homeostasis, depression, need to feel normal, need more or different drug to get high, etc. Serotonin/dopamine, homeostasis, depression, need to feel normal, need more or different drug to get high, etc. What someone can say to get out of a bad situation (refusal skills) What someone can say to get out of a bad situation (refusal skills) Drugs affect a teenagers brain differently than an adult and why… Drugs affect a teenagers brain differently than an adult and why… Interventions…how to help a friend Interventions…how to help a friend

51 Intervention Rubric 15 points 15 points _____ /5 pts Preparation / Written Work _____ /5 pts Preparation / Written Work _____ /5 pts Quality of Story _____ /5 pts Quality of Story _____ /5 pts Role Play _____ /5 pts Role Play

52 Important Must Dos Make students feel safe in the classroom Make students feel safe in the classroom Use humor in the classroom Use humor in the classroom Save things in PDF format as well Save things in PDF format as well Good order to think about when planning units / lessons… Good order to think about when planning units / lessons… Individual / personal assessment Individual / personal assessment Group activity / group work Group activity / group work Whole class review / summary Whole class review / summary

53 Group Work / Review

54 Groups of 4 Using the supplies given, your group will choose and present 3 of the following… Using the supplies given, your group will choose and present 3 of the following… 1. Song / Poem / Rap 1. Song / Poem / Rap 2. Poster 2. Poster 3. Skit / Play 3. Skit / Play 4. Newscast 4. Newscast 5. Talk Show 5. Talk Show 6. Infomercial 6. Infomercial 7. Text Messaging Conversation 7. Text Messaging Conversation Be Original & Creative Assign responsibilities to each group member Will be presenting it to class at the end of the period

55 Groups of 4 Using the supplies given, your group will choose and present 4 CATEGORIES using the following… Using the supplies given, your group will choose and present 4 CATEGORIES using the following… 1. Songs / Poems / Raps 1. Songs / Poems / Raps 2. Poster (2 + another category) 2. Poster (2 + another category) 3. Skit / Play 3. Skit / Play 4. Newscast 4. Newscast 5. Talk Show 5. Talk Show 6. Infomercial 6. Infomercial 7. Text Messaging Conversation 7. Text Messaging Conversation Be Original & Creative Assign responsibilities to each group member Will be presenting it to class at the end of the period


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