Presentation on theme: "03/05/2015HOSE1 MANAGING EMOTIONS IN POSITIVE WAYS EXPLORING EMOTIONS."— Presentation transcript:
03/05/2015HOSE1 MANAGING EMOTIONS IN POSITIVE WAYS EXPLORING EMOTIONS
2 WORDS THAT DESCRIBE EMOTIONS WHAT IS THE ADVANTAGE OF BEING ABLE TO CLEARLY IDENTIFY WHAT WE ARE FEELING? MAD –ARE THERE VARIATIONS? BOTHERED IRRITATED FURIOUS HURT INSANE JEALOUS YOU NEED TO GET INTO GROUPS OF SIX TAKE A CARD ON THINKING ABOUT EMOTIONS DRAW A CONTINUUM LINE IN YOUR BOOKS START WITH THE STRONGEST WEAKEST
WORKSHEET ACTIVITY! 14 THINKING ABOUT ANGER! List 5 things other people do or say that you get angry about?! List 3 physical reactions that let you know when you are angry?!
GROUP WORKSHEET ACTIVITY! 15 SCENARIO CARDS! As a group read the scenario card On the Handout write: About how the person felt in that situation? List the emotions that may relate to them? Were there any external factors causing this situation to occur?
18 ANGER IS FEELING ANGRY A NORMAL PART OF OUR LIVES? WHEN MIGHT WE FEEL ANGRY 1.WHEN OUR NEEDS ARE NOT MET 2.OUR OPINIONS DIFFER 3.WE ARE EMBARRASSED 4.ANY OTHER SITUATIONS???? HOWEVER,WE CAN CHOOSE HOW WE ACT WHEN WE FEEL ANGRY.
19 THINKING ABOUT ANGER WORKSHEET EACH STUDENT NEEDS TO GET THE ABOVE SHEET FROM THE TEACHER PUT YOUR NAME AND DATE AT THE TOP OF THE SHEET LIST 5 THINGS PEOPLE SAY OR DO THAT MAKE YOU FEEL ANGRY AN EXAMPLE FOR MR HOSE IS-WHEN STUDENTS FORGET THEIR PE GEAR YOUR EXAMPLES CAN RELATE TO ANYTHING THAT IRRITATES YOU PERSONALLY
20 1. LIST FIVE THINGS OTHER PEOPLE DO OR SAY THAT YOU GET ANGRY ABOUT. A.ANY STUDENT WHO FORGETS PE KIT B.UNTIDY UNIFORM C.PEOPLE WHO EAT IN THE GYM D.BOYS WHO CANT PULL UP THEIR TROUSERS E.USELESS TEACHERS 2. LIST THREE PHYSICAL REACTIONS THAT LET YOU KNOW WHEN YOU ARE ANGRY. A. B. C. WORKSHEET FOR HOSE
21 THINKING ABOUT ANGER WORKSHEET-CONTINUED NOW-LIST 3 PHYSICAL REACTIONS THAT LET YOU KNOW WHEN YOU ARE ANGRY EXAMPLES OF THESE COULD BE 1.FASTER BREATHING 2.FASTER HEARTBEAT 3.SWEATY PALMS 4.TENSE MUSCLES 5.UPSET STOMACH 6.FLUSHED FACE 7.RISE IN BLOOD PRESSURE
22 ANGER SITUATIONS GET INTO GROUPS OF 4 EACH GROUP IS TO COME FORWARD AND GET THE ANGER SITUATIONS WORKSHEET YOU WILL BE ALLOCATED A CERTAIN SITUATION NUMBER READ YOUR SITUATION AND IN YOUR WORKBOOKS YOU NEED TO DESCRIBE 1.EXTERNAL ANGER BUTTONS--WHAT THINGS IN YOUR SITUATION ARE CAUSING THE BUILD UP OF ANGER 2. POSSIBLE PHYSICAL REACTIONS
24 NEGATIVE RESULTS OF ANGER YOU SAY THINGS THAT YOU LATER REGRET YOU CAN HURT SOMEONE’S FEELINGS THEY BREAK OR DESTROY PROPERTY YOU CAN GET INTO FIGHTS
25 CALM DOWN TAKE TWO OR THREE DEEP BREATHS COUNT TO TEN SIT QUIETLY GO FOR A WALK
26 KEEPING COOL AND MAKING GOOD DECISIONS 1.CALM DOWN 2.NAME THE FEELING 3.THINK ABOUT A POSITIVE THOUGHT AND ACTION YOU CAN CHOOSE TO GET YOUR EMOTIONS UNDER CONTROL 4.DO WHAT IS MOST HELPFUL TO YOURSELF AND OTHERS 5.COMMUNICATE YOUR ACTIONS CLEARLY OTHERS
27 DECISION MAKING KEEPING COOL ABOUT MAKING DECISIONS NAME:__________________________________________________DATE:_________________ COMPLETE THIS WORKSHEET TO DECIDE THE BEST COURSE OF ACTION FOR THE SITUATION YOU HAVE BEEN FIRST: 1. THINK OF A WAY TO CALM DOWN. 2. NAME THE EMOTION YOU ARE FEELING. 3. THINK ABOUT A POSITIVE THOUGHT AND ACTION YOU COULD CHOOSE TO GET YOUR EMOTIONS UNDER CONTROL 4. DO WHAT IS MOST HELPFUL FOR YOURSELF AND OTHERS. 5. COMMUNICATE YOUR EMOTIONS CLEARLY AS YOU MOVE INTO DECISION MAKING. STEP 1: IDENTIFY THE DECISION TO BE MADE. STEP 2: THINK ABOUT YOUR OPTIONS. THROW OUT ANY OPTIONS THAT CAN LEAD TO TROUBLE. ASK YOURSELF- IS IT AGAINST THE LAW, SCHOOL RULES, OR THE TEACHINGS OF MY RELIGION? IS IT HARMFUL TO ME OR TO OTHERS? WOULD IT DISAPPOINT MY FAMILY OR OTHER IMPORTANT ADULTS? IS IT WRONG TO DO? (WOULD I BE SORRY AFTERWARD?) WOULD I BE HURT OR UPSET IF SOMEONE DID THIS TO ME?
28 DECISION MAKING STEP 3: PREDICT WHAT MIGHT HAPPEN FOR EACH POSITIVE OPTION. OPTION 1: ADVANTAGES: DISADVANTAGES: OPTION 2: ADVANTAGES: DISADVANTAGES: OPTION 3: ADVANTAGES: DISADVANTAGES: STEP 4: CHOOSE THE BEST COURSE OF ACTION. MY CHOICE: STEP 5: DO WHAT YOU DECIDED.
29 CONFLICT RESOLUTION TO LEARN AND PRACTICE A CONSTRUCTIVE WAY TO HANDLE CONFLICT
QUOTE OF THE DAY! 30 “The most beautiful discovery true friends make is that they can grow separately without growing apart” By Elisabeth Foley, writer
WHAT IS CONFLICT? 31 “A state of open, often prolonged fighting; a battle or war” “A state of disharmony between incompatible person(s), ideas, or interests; a clash” “To come into collision or disagreement; be contradictory, at variance, or in opposition”
WHAT IS CONFLICT RESOLUTION? 32 “Uses a range of methods to address issues whether at the inter-personal level or state” “Resolving a given conflict in the least destructive way” “Processes of conflict resolution generally include negotiation, mediation, diplomacy and creative peacebuilding”
Conflict Resolution – The Waterboy 03/05/201533
IS CONFLICT A NORMAL PART OF YOUR LIFE? 34 Explain to me why it is? Explain to me why it isn’t? What are some examples of conflict for you?
GROUP WORKSHEET ACTIVITY! 35 SCENARIO CARDS! As a group read the scenario card On the handout follow the SOLVED approach: S – State the problem as you see it O – Open the discussion to other points of view L – List the possible solutions together V – Veto solutions that are unacceptable to someone involved E – Evaluate the solutions that are left D – Do the one most acceptable to everyone
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