Presentation on theme: "FACS Unit 1. Heredity: Genetic traits Family: Family is your first influence Roles: You fill many roles like student, daughter, son, brother, sister."— Presentation transcript:
Heredity: Genetic traits Family: Family is your first influence Roles: You fill many roles like student, daughter, son, brother, sister or friend Environment: You learn about your world from the people and conditions that surround you Culture: Traditions you enjoy may be influenced by your culture Experiences: Knowledge and skills build over a lifetime to create a unique set of life experiences
See if your parents or siblings have the dominant or recessive traits. Write your results on the back of the paper
Usually set up as an example to the other children. Treated more like an adult by his/her parents. A high achiever Given and accepts more responsibility than the other children Usually college bound Independent Affectionate
May work extra-hard to get recognition Is usually a peace maker Is somewhat average in schoolwork, but is an all-around good student Is usually a calm, even-tempered adult
Gets a lot of attention, along with a lot of bossing May be spoiled Usually matures quickly May be undisciplined and irresponsible Is easy-going about school Likes to associate with someone who takes charge of situations
People who help you see what is expected of you in certain situations Who are some of your role models and why? Write a letter to 1 of your models, tell them why they are your role model and how they have influenced your life. At least 3 paragraphs long
Ways of thinking, acting, dressing, and speaking shared by a group of people. May be based on ethnic groups, geographic location, or social class. What unique traditions does your family have?
Personality: Combination of the attitudes, interests, behaviors, emotions, roles, and other traits that make you who you are. Shows in the way you look, way you communicate, and the way you act. Personality Bingo!
Self-concept: a mental picture of yourself A positive self-concept makes you willing to make new friends, go to new places, and try new things. Qualities to build a positive self-concept: 1. Honesty 2.Responsbility 3. Thoughtfulness
A sense of confidence and self-worth. You will develop self-esteem if you have a positive self-concept. Constructive criticism: helpful advice. Learning to accept constructive criticism is a good way to improve your self-esteem Princess Diaries clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUjlBP5gUrQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUjlBP5gUrQ Dove Self-esteem fund http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYhCn0jf46U
Values: beliefs about right and wrong and about what is important in life. Common values: good family life, trust, freedom, and health. Individual values: being a good student, playing a sport well, being involved Value Chart!!
Physical needs: Food, clothing, and shelter Emotional needs: feeling safe and secure
Physical: Need to satisfy basic needs of hunger, thirst, sleep and shelter Safety: Need to be secure from danger Belonging: Need to love and be loved, need to belong Feeling Recognized: need to achieve, need to be recognized Self-actualization: need to reach your full potential
Wants: Wants are things that you would like to have but are not necessary for survival. Examples: new video game, television
Process of sending and receiving messages about ideas, feelings, and information. Verbal communication: Can be spoken or written. Nonverbal communication: communication without using words. Examples: sign language, body language, gestures, posture, and personal space. Communication Activity
Decision: something that you choose or make up your mind about after thinking over all possible choices. Consider the consequences when making a decision Consequence: a result of your choice
Long-term goal: may take months or years to reach. May include marriage, owning a car, going to college. Short-term goal: can be reached quickly, perhaps in a few days or weeks. Set realistic goals that you can reach. Rudy