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Lesson 6 Peer Pressure and Refusal Skills Next >> >> Main Menu >> Chapter 5 Assessment Teacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.
refusal skills Communication strategies that help you say no effectively Speaking in a way that is overly forceful, pushy, hostile, or otherwise attacking in approach aggressive A tendency to give up, give in, or back down without standing up for your rights and needs passive Behaving with confidence and clearly stating your intentions assertive
In this lesson, you will learn to explain the differences between positive and negative peer pressure. identify risks of negative peer pressure. develop refusal skills to resist negative peer pressure.
Comparing and Contrasting Create a graphic that shows the difference between positive and negative peer pressure. Be sure to include examples of each.
Peer Pressure Teens who use negative peer pressure can often be persuasive. Teens may feel pressured to join in on behavior they would otherwise consider to be wrong.
Peer Pressure and Decisions Direct Peer PressureIndirect Peer Pressure Takes the form of words or actions directed toward you More subtle than direct peer pressure Can be based on your observations of your peers
Peer Pressure and Decisions Positive Peer PressureNegative Peer Pressure Can benefit you and others Can encourage healthy habits Can inspire you to be the best person you can be Can hurt you or others Goes against your own wants, needs, or values Can endanger your health
Peer Pressure and Decisions Positive peer pressure can encourage healthy habits.
Forms of Negative Peer Pressure Dares Threats Bribes Teasing Name-calling Peer Pressure and Decisions
Recognizing Negative Peer Pressure: Possible Outcomes Is this activity dangerous? Does it break the law? Can it lead to punishment, such as suspension from school, or arrest? Will it lead to disapproval or disappointment from parents or guardians? Will property be destroyed or damaged? Peer Pressure and Decisions
Recognizing Negative Peer Pressure: Health Consequences How will this activity affect my physical health? Am I being asked to do something that could bring me physical harm? Is the activity something that can lead to an addiction? What effect will it have on my emotional health? Will I feel guilty if I do this activity? Will I disappoint myself? Is it something I simply do not feel ready for? How will this decision affect the health of others? Could someone else be hurt? Peer Pressure and Decisions
Refusal Skills Refusal skills will help you resist negative peer pressure. refusal skills Communication strategies that help you say no effectively
Refusal Skills S T O P Say no in a firm voice. Tell why not. Offer other ideas. Promptly leave.
Styles of Communication Using an aggressive approach is not an effective way to communicate and get a message across. aggressive Speaking in a way that is overly forceful, pushy, hostile, or otherwise attacking in approach
Styles of Communication A passive communicator might speak in a very quiet voice and avoid looking directly at the listener. passive A tendency to give up, give in, or back down without standing up for your rights and needs
Styles of Communication The assertive style of communication is effective. assertive Behaving with confidence and clearly stating your intentions
What I Learned Vocabulary What are refusal skills? Lesson 3 Review
What I Learned Give Examples Give one example of positive peer pressure and one of negative peer pressure. Lesson 3 Review
What I Learned Identify Name the three communication styles. Tell which one is the most effective in helping you say no to negative peer pressure. Lesson 3 Review
Thinking Critically Analyze Ralph has told Peter twice that he does not want to sneak into the movies. He has even offered to pay for Peter’s ticket to the show. Peter insists on sneaking in. What should Ralph do next? Lesson 3 Review
Thinking Critically Apply Zoey is pressuring Alicia to let her copy Alicia’s homework assignment. Alicia knows this is wrong. How can she express her feelings to Zoey in an assertive way? Lesson 3 Review
Answers-PPT questions 1. refusal skills Communication strategies that help you say no effectively 2.Encouraging a friend to do exercise-Positive peer pressure.Encouraging a friend to smoke- negative peer pressure. 3.passive,assertive and aggressive.Assertive is most effective way of communication.
Answers-PPT questions 4.Ralph needs to move to the fourth step of the STOP strategy,which is promptly leave the place. 5”.I feel that cheating is wrong,I have to say no”
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