4Heredity and Environment Every person is unique.Factors that influence who you are include:family.heredity.environment.roles.culture.experiences.heredityThe passing on of traits, or characteristics and qualities, from parents to their children.cultureWays of thinking, acting, dressing, and speaking shared by a group of people.
5What Makes Me Unique? Personality is the combination of: attitudes. interests.behaviors.other traits that make you who you are.You can strengthen your self-concept in many ways.
6What Makes Me Unique?Hearing negative messages can lead to low self-esteem.Accepting constructive criticism helps improve your self-esteem.self-esteemA sense of confidence and self-worth.constructive criticismHelpful advice meant to help one grow and improve.
7What Makes Me Unique? You show responsibility when you: obey rules. help others.keep promises.carry out tasks.When your needs are met, you feel good about yourself.Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs suggests that needs are met in stages.
8What Makes Me Unique?Describe the five stages in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs.StageDescriptionPhysical: Need to satisfy basic needs of hunger, thirst, sleep, and shelterStage 1Stage 2Safety: Need to be secure from dangerStage 3Belonging: Need to love and be loved, need to belongStage 4Feeling Recognized: Need to achieve, need to be recognizedStage 5Reaching Potential: Need for self-actualization
9Emotional ChangesUnderstand your emotions to help you better understand yourself.It is important to deal with emotions in a healthy way, especially during adolescence.
10Physical Changes Rapid physical changes occur during adolescence. A positive self-concept helps you adjust to the changes.self-conceptA mental picture of oneself.
11Section 1.2 Grooming and Personal Care To look your best, it is important to practice good grooming skills and present a positive attitude.
13Personal Grooming It is important to be clean and well-groomed. Grooming should include caring for your:skin.hair.hands.feet.teeth.clothing.groomingThe things one does to care for one’s physical appearance.
14First ImpressionsYou make a good first impression with a positive attitude.People tend to form judgments about others on first meetings.First impressions are not always accurate.
15First ImpressionsYour appearance can affect the way people react to you.People will be drawn to you because you have traits they admire.What are some traits that you admire and look for in other people?
16Chapter Summary Section 1.1 You Are Unique During your teen years you start to become your own person.You experience emotional and physical changes, and you develop your own values.Family, friends, and culture influence who you are.Your personality shows in your appearance and your actions.A positive self-concept helps you cope with life.You are responsible for your own behavior and actions.16
17Grooming and Personal Care Chapter SummarySection 1.2Grooming and Personal CareTaking care of your physical appearance contributes to the way other people see you.Grooming and personal care includes caring for your skin, hair, hands, feet, and teeth.When you are clean, you are more likely to be healthy.Being well-groomed can help you make a good impression when you meet people for the first time.A good attitude can affect the impression you make.17
18ReviewDo 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
19heredityherenciaThe passing on of traits, or characteristics and qualities, from parents to their children.La transmisión de rasgos o características y cualidades de los padres a sus hijos.Show Definition
20cultureculturaWays of thinking, acting, dressing, and speaking shared by a group of people.Manera de pensar, actuar, vestirse, y hablar que comparte un grupo de personas.Show Definition
21A mental picture of oneself. Imagen mental de sí mismo. self-conceptconcepto de sí mismoA mental picture of oneself.Imagen mental de sí mismo.Show Definition
22A sense of confidence and self-worth. self-esteemautoestimaA sense of confidence and self-worth.Sentido o sensación de seguridad y autovaloración.Show Definition
23constructive criticism crítica constructiva Helpful advice meant to help one grow and improve.Consejo útil para ayudar a alguien a crecer y a mejorar.Show Definition
24Reaching one’s full potential. Potencial completo de uno. self-actualizationautorrealizaciónReaching one’s full potential.Potencial completo de uno.Show Definition
25The period of great growth and change between childhood and adulthood. adolescenceadolescenciaThe period of great growth and change between childhood and adulthood.Periodo de gran crecimiento y cambio entre la niñez y la edad adulta.Show Definition
26The things one does to care for one’s physical appearance. groomingcuidar la aparienciaThe things one does to care for one’s physical appearance.Lo que uno hace para el cuidado de la apariencia física.Show Definition
27hygiene higiene Keeping oneself clean. Mantenerse limpio. Show Definition
28acneacnéA common skin condition that occurs when pores are clogged with oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria.Condición común de la piel que ocurre cuando los poros están obstruidos con aceite, células muertas y bacterias.Show Definition
29A doctor who treats skin disorders. dermatologistdermatólogoA doctor who treats skin disorders.Médico que trata las enfermedades de la piel.Show Definition
30An area of decay in a tooth. Parte de un diente en descomposición. cavitycariesAn area of decay in a tooth.Parte de un diente en descomposición.Show Definition
31respect respetar Value; high or special regard. Valorar; considerar especial.Show Definition
32potentialpotencialBest chance for success; existing in possibility; capable of development into actuality.Mejor oportunidad para lograr el éxito; que existe la posibilidad; que es posible que se manifieste en la realidad.Show Definition
33Ability to exist for a long time without significant damage or wear. durabilitydurabilidadAbility to exist for a long time without significant damage or wear.Capacidad de existir por un largo tiempo sin grandes daños o desgaste.Show Definition
34A view or judgment formed in the mind about a particular matter. opinionopiniónA view or judgment formed in the mind about a particular matter.Un punto de vista o juicio formado mentalmente acerca de un asunto concreto.Show Definition