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2 Ifill-RoseauAdapted from Lifetime Health Health and Wellness Skills for a Healthy Life Chapter 2: Section 3 Resisting Pressure from Others Pages 33-37

3 Adapted from Lifetime Health Ifill-Roseau Objectives By the end of the lesson, students will have been able to do the following: State the people and groups that influence their behavior Identify three types of direct pressure Identify three types of indirect pressure State an example of each of the 12 types of refusal skills Apply one of the refusal skills to a pressure in their lives

4 Adapted from Lifetime Health Ifill-Roseau Key Terms mccracken.skokie735.k12.il.us/Tobacco/PeerPre... mccracken.skokie735.k12.il.us/Tobacco/PeerPre... Peer pressure Peer pressure  A feeling that you should do something because that is what your friends want Direct pressure  The pressure that results from someone who tries to convince you to do something you normally wouldn’t do Indirect pressure  The pressure that results from being swayed to do something because people you look up to are doing it Refusal skill Refusal skill  A strategy to avoid doing something you don’t want to do

5 Adapted from Lifetime Health Ifill-Roseau Do Now Make a list of groups, things, or people that can influence your behavior positively or negatively. Write one way in which each does or could influence your behavior.

6 Adapted from Lifetime Health Ifill-Roseau Differentiate between direct pressure and indirect pressure.

7 Adapted from Lifetime Health Ifill-Roseau Who Influences You? Peer pressure Peer pressure  A feeling that you should do something because that is what your friends want 1. Positive Influence 2. Negative Influence

8 Adapted from Lifetime Health Ifill-Roseau Types of Pressure Direct Pressure The pressure that results from someone who tries to convince you to do something you normally wouldn’t do  Teasing  Persuasion  Explanations  Put-downs  Threats  Bribery Indirect Pressure The pressure that results from being swayed to do something because people you look up to are doing it  TV  Radio  Advertising  Role models  Popular people  Famous people

9 Adapted from Lifetime Health Ifill-Roseau Refusal Skills Refusal Skills A strategy to avoid doing something you don’t want to do 1. Blame someone else. 2. Give a reason. 3. Ignore the request or the pressure 4. Leave the situation. 5. Say, “no, thanks.” 6. Say no, and mean it. 7. Keep saying no. 8. Make a joke out of it. 9. Make an excuse. 10. Suggest something else to do. 11. Change the subject. 12. Team up with someone.

10 Adapted from Lifetime Health Ifill-Roseau Practicing Refusal Skills When you do something again and again, you get good at it.  Saying No with Respect Always respect others, and don’t put anyone down.  Persistent Pressure Even if someone doesn’t respect your NO, you don’t have to do it.

11 Adapted from Lifetime Health Ifill-Roseau Closure State whether each of the statements below is true or false. Correct the false statement. 1. Advertising is a form of direct pressure. 2. Saying no repeatedly and using more than one refusal skill may be necessary for some types of pressures. 3. It’s okay to be disrespectful when trying to refuse someone who is trying to pressure you.

12 Adapted from Lifetime Health Ifill-Roseau STAND UP to peer pressure! Say No and mean it.

13 Adapted from Lifetime Health Ifill-Roseau Works Cited Images. Retrieved on September 26, 2006 from Friedman, D. P., Stine, C.C., and Whalen, S. (2004). Lifetime Health. Austin, Texas: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston.


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