9 Mutual respectThe high regard two people have for one other
10 Role ModelA person whose behavior other people copy
11 How Can I Earn the Respect of Others? Choose responsible behaviorTreat others with respectExpect others to treat you with respectKnow when to draw the line
12 How can I encourage other people to take responsibility for their health? You can talk to others about healthful behaviorsYou can support others who are trying to develop the habit of practicing a new life skillYou can share with others the efforts you make to practice life skills
13 Lesson 6 Assignment: Page 45 1-5 Vocabulary words Sentences
19 peaceBeing without unsettled conflicts within yourself or with others
20 ViolenceAn act that harms oneself, others, or property
21 Productive ArgumentA discussion of different viewpoints without fighting
22 Conflict Resolution Skills Steps you can take to settle disagreements in a responsible way
23 How does settling conflict within yourself protect your health? You are less likely to be anxious and upset, therefore you are less likely to experience the body changes from being stressed out.
24 How does settling conflict with others protect your health? Being able to settle conflicts helps reduce the risk of harm from violence. Being at peace with others improves relationships. They know they can be honest with you, because you will be willing to work things out.
25 How do you know if a solution is a peaceful one? A peaceful solution must result in actions that are healthful, safe, follow rules and laws, follow your family guidelines, show respect for you and others, and show good character.
26 What are ten steps you can take to settle disagreements? P. 48 1. Remain Calm2. Set the tone3. Talk about what happened4. Be honest5. Use I-messages to express your feelings6. Listen to the other person’s feelings7. List and talk about solutions8. Agree on a solution9. Keep your word and follow through10. Ask a trusted adult for help if needed
27 What are three suggestions for setting the tone before talking about conflict? Do not blameDo not interruptDo not use put-downs
32 BondingA process in which two people develop feelings of closeness for one another
33 Social SkillsSkills that help you interact with others
34 CliqueA group of people who keep other people out of their group
35 Why do you need friends?The ties of friendship improve the quality of your lifeYou can share thoughts, feelings, and activitiesFriends can help you develop other parts of your personalityEncourage you to learn new skills
36 What are six guidelines for friendship? 1. Make responsible decisions with friends2. Talk over your disagreements3. Keep promises that you make4. Encourage each other to grow5. Keep confidences6. Allow each other time to be alone and time for family members and other friends
37 When should you talk to an adult about a secret a friend has told you? When their actions can be harmful or illegal
38 Why should you avoid being in a clique? A clique can keep you from developing social skills.You will not have the opportunity to interact with different kinds of people, who could give you new ideas or improve your thinking
39 How can you say YES to social skills and NO to cliques? Include new people in your group of friendsGo out of your way to meet people who are not in your group of friendsSay no if your group of friends wants to leave out others for no good reason