4Get to Know Yourself Your personality makes you unique. The four main categories of personality characteristics are emotional, social, intellectual, and moral.Your parents and trusted adults help you choose the right behavior.personality The combination of characteristics that makes you different from other people.morality A sense of right and wrong that guides decisions and actions.
5Self-Concept and Self-Esteem Hearing and believing negative messages can lead to a negative self-concept.Have a positive self-concept.Evaluate messages for truth.C. Stewart: Is there a way to maintain black bullets even when the sentence starts with a red font?evaluate Assess and examine.
6Self-Concept and Self-Esteem Discover your own personality, heritage, environment, self-concept, and confidenceBuild self-esteem by positive self-talk, focusing on your strengths, seeking support, and taking responsibility.Vocabulary box is not editable as is. Please fix.self-concept The way you see yourself and the way you believe others see you.self-esteem The value or importance you place on yourself.
7Realize Your Potential Maximize your potential by setting priorities, considering your interests, developing supportive friendships, being health-smart, and avoiding high-risk behaviors.How does having a positive sense of self-esteem help you make good life choices?C. Stewart: The Check Your Answer template should have an editable box in which to include the assessment question.
8Realize Your Potential Positive goals are essential to help you reach your potential.Make the most of your support network.potential The capacity to develop, succeed, or become something more than you are right now.
9Personal Growth and Maturity Learn and practice new skills to reach your full potential.Maturity means reaching full development.You are your most valuable asset.
10Section 1.2 Changes and Challenges You have the potential to become anything you want to be.Competence, confidence, and a positive attitude can help you reach your goals and achieve your full potential.10
12Make Positive ChangesThe ability to make changes and adapt to them is an essential life skill.Barriers to change include thinking you are on your own, forgetting it takes time, and putting change off.Why is it important to look for opportunities to make a positive change?
13Make Positive ChangesOpportunities to change involve having a plan of action and holding yourself accountable.Competence means having the qualities and skills necessary to perform a task or participate in an activity.accountable Responsible.competence Having the skills and qualities needed to perform a task or participate fully in an activity.
14Make Positive ChangesConfidence means believing in yourself by displaying self-assurance, self-control, taking reasonable risks, and having positive self-concept and self-esteem.Taking action begins with setting goalsHow can disappointment and even failure be a natural part of success?
15Meeting Life’s Challenges Some changes or challenges can be expected; others catch you unaware.Change can bring happiness or sadness.[Insert C01-08P]
16Meeting Life’s Challenges Attitude toward challenges determines success or failureResiliency is a quality that helps you recover or adjust to change or misfortune.Perseverance is sticking to an action or belief.resiliency The ability to overcome disappointment and stress.perseverance Working patiently to overcome challenges and sticking to an action or belief, even when it is difficult.
17Meeting Life’s Challenges Adaptability, resilience, and perseverance and a positive attitude help you keep going in the face of challenges.Look to others for support during challenges and change.What are some different ways that you can ask for help?
18Chapter Summary Section 1.1 Be Your BestPersonality is the combination of characteristics that make you unique.Your self-concept and self-esteem affect every aspect of your life.Boost your self-esteem by focusing on your strengths and using those strengths to help others.You have the potential to become whatever you want.The process of personal growth helps you reach your potential.
19Chapter Summary Section 1.2 Changes and ChallengesChange can involve difficult or simple things.It is important to be able to adjust to changes you cannotcontrol and focus on changes that can improve your life.Overcome barriers and try viewing changes as opportunities.Competence, confidence, and a positive attitude give you the power to make successful changes and achieve your goals.
20ReviewDo you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions.The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions.Start
21personality personalidad The combination of characteristics that makes you different from other people.La combinación de características que te hacen diferente a las demás personas.Show Definition
22introspective introspectivo Examining your own feelings, thoughts, and motives.Que examina sus sentimientos, pensamientos y motivaciones propias.Show Definition
23moralitymoralidadA sense of right and wrong that guides decisions and actions.Un sentido del bien y del mal que guía las decisiones y las acciones.Show Definition
24valuevalorAn accepted principle or standard held by a person or a group. Un principio aceptado o una norma adoptada por una persona o un grupo. Show Definition
25concepto sobre si mismo self-conceptconcepto sobre si mismoThe way you see yourself and the way you believe others see you.La forma en que te ves a ti mismo y la manera como crees que los demás te ven.Show Definition
26self-esteem autoestima The value or importance you place on yourself. El valor o la importancia que te das a ti mismo.Show Definition
27potentialpotencialThe capacity to develop, succeed, or become something more than you are right now.La capacidad de desarrollarse, lograr el éxito o convertirse en algo más de lo que eres ahora.Show Definition
28procrastination procrastinar Putting off doing something until later. Dejar de hacer cosas para realizarlas después.Show Definition
29abstinence abstinencia A deliberate decision to avoid high-risk behaviors, includingsexual activity and the use of tobacco, alcohol,and other drugs.Decisión deliberada de evitar comportamientos de alto riesgo, como la actividad sexual y el consumo del tabaco, el alcohol y otras drogas.Show Definition
30personal growth crecimiento personal Learning and practicing new skills as you progress toward reaching yourfull potential.Aprender y practicar nuevas habilidades a medida que progresas en alcanzar tu potencial.Show Definition
31competence competencia Having the skills and qualities needed to perform a task or participatefully in an activity.Tener las habilidades y cualidades que se necesitan para realizar una tarea o participar completamente en una actividad.Show Definition
32resiliency resistencia The ability to overcome disappointment and stress.La habilidad para recuperarse del estrés y la desilusión.Show Definition
33perseverance perseverancia Working patiently to overcome challenges and sticking to an action or belief, even when it is difficult.Trabajar pacientemente para sobrepasar obstáculos y mantenerse fiel a una creencia o acción, incluso cuando es difícil.Show Definition
34apparentaparenteClear or obvious.Claro u obvio.Show Definition
35evaluate evaluar Assess and examine. Estimar y valorar. Show Definition
36accountable resoponsable Responsible. Aceptar responsabilidad. Show Definition
37initiate iniciar To cause something to happen or begin. Causar que algo suceda o empiece a suceder.Show Definition
38The Amazing World of Food End ofEnd OfChapter 1Chapter 1The Amazing World of Food