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1 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Need In your journals make two lists: What I wantWhat I need

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3 What are our physiological needs? Brainstorm: How long can you go without getting your physiological needs met? Water: 3 days Food:3 weeks Warmth: 3 hours Air: 3 min

4 What are our safety needs? flight/ flight/ What kinds of things make it difficult to not have a fight or flight reaction? If you knew that you were going to die from thirst if you didn’t, would you enter a tiger cage to get a bottle of water?

5 What are our love and belonging needs? Why Young People Join Gangs Los Angeles Police Department Gang members join a gang by either committing a crime or undergoing an initiation procedure wherein they are beaten by fellow gang members to test their courage and fighting ability. Their motivations for joining the gang are varied, but usually fall within one of the following: Identity or Recognition - Being part of a gang allows the gang member to achieve a level of status he/she feels impossible outside the gang culture. Protection - many members join because they live in the gang area and are, therefore, subject to violence by rival gangs. Joining guarantees support in case of attack and retaliation for transgressions. Fellowship and Brotherhood - To the majority of gang members, the gang functions as an extension of the family and may provide companionship lacking in the gang member’s home environment. Many older brothers and relatives belong, or have belonged to the gang. Intimidation - Some members are forced to join if their membership will contribute to the gang’s criminal activity. Some join to intimidate others in the community not involved in gang activity. Criminal Activity - Some join a gang to engage in narcotics activity and benefit from the group’s profits and protection. Unfortunately, few youths realize the hazards associated with gang involvement. In many cases, parents are unaware of their children’s gang activity and are unable to intervene until it’s too late.

6 What are our self esteem needs? how-to-boost-your-childs-self-confidence-video.gs Is there such a thing as focusing too much on children’s self esteem? What are negative ways to boost self esteem?

7 What are my self actualization needs? Self Actualization by Eldon Taylor-You Tube

8 How could Maslow have been wrong? What do you think a mother would do if her child was in a burning house? What do you think a child would do if his dog ran into a busy road? What do you think a

9 Theresa really enjoys snakes, but her classroom just got a new pet. Theresa is really afraid of the snake. Unfortunately the snack area is near the snake cage. She refuses to go to the snack area even though she complains that she is hungry. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________ Five-year-old Jack is very proud of his new Batman shirt. Every time someone approaches him he points to his shirt and smiles. When people compliment him on his nice Batman shirt, Jack noticeably stands a little taller. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________ Sam is not paying attention in preschool. She seems a little listless and does not seem to be interested in any activity the teacher suggests. She asks her mother about it when she returns and her mother unhappily tells her that there has been a lot of stress in the house lately as her and her husband are considering splitting up. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________ Six-month-old Julie has just been adopted. She spent the first part of her life in a very neglectful situation. Julie has seemed very disinterested in her new family. She does not look at anyone when they talk to her. IN fact, she seems disinterested in any kind of interaction. The only thing Julie seems interested in is food. The adoptive family is making sure there is someone with Julie 100 percent of the time and that Julie receives her bottle whenever she asks. A few weeks into her new adoptive situation, Julie shows her first small smile when her adoptive father comes into the room. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________ Fifteen-year-old Kim comes home from school very upset. Her boyfriend just broke up with her. When her mother asks her what happened, Kim says, “I must just be too ugly!” __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________

10 Students create a pyramid with magazine pictures based on what society tells children they “want” and “need” Please create a well formatted paragraph stating how Maslow may or may not have been wrong with any of his ideas.


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