2 Ipad vocabulary activity Open: iSwifter APPOpen the bookmarks tab and choose: “Glencoe chapter activities”Open: “Student Center”Drop Down: “Chapter Activities”Choose: “Chapter 3”Open: “Interactive Study Guides”Open: “Lesson #3”
3 Understanding Emotions Objective 1: Identify the factors that influence your emotions.Objective 2: Describe the most common emotions.Objective 3: Identify and describe empathyObjective 4: Describe and analyze the common defense mechanisms and how to respond to difficult emotions.
4 WorksheetYou may work alone or with a partner. Complete the worksheet and DO NOT turn it in. We will review it in class shortly.
5 Fill In the Blanks. Page 78Emotions are… signals that tell your mind and body how to react.Many times, the most intense emotions you feel will be related to an event in your life.How you respond to your emotions can affect your physical, mental and emotional and social.
6 Hormones What is a hormone? A hormone is a chemical secreted by your glands that regulates the activities of different body cellsHow do hormones affect your emotions?Hormones can make you feel as if your emotions are swinging from one extreme to another.
7 Fill in the Chart Emotion Definition Example 1. Happiness Being satisfied or feeling positiveVikings winning orBears loosing2. SadnessNormal feeling. May be mild or long lastingPet or family member dies.3. LoveStrong affection, deep concern and respectCaring for the other person as much and/or more than yourself
8 Emotion Definition Example 4. Fear 5. Guilt 6. Anger Startled by someone or something. Help escape from situationsHearing a bear nearby when camping.5. GuiltShame or regret that results from acting against your values. Sometimes feel guilt over something they have no control over.Lying to get out of trouble but instead got your friend in trouble.6. Angera reaction to being emotionally or physically hurt.Hostility- the intentional use of unfriendly or offensive behaviorTriggered feeling, hate, fighting
9 Managing Your Difficult Emotions 1) Defense Mechanisms- (full list on pg. 81)Mental processes that protect individuals from strong or stressful emotions and situations.Sometimes you may use defense mechanisms unconsciously as a way to protect yourself from intense emotional pain.You may not even be aware you are using them.Relying on defense mechanisms too long can keep you from facing-and solving- what’s upsetting you.> review list and give examples of common defense mechanisms (figure 3.11)
10 On your own paper, write in the correct defense mechanism. Pg. 81 1. stating that you were fired because you didn't kiss up the boss, when the real reason was your poor performance2. sitting in a corner and crying after hearing bad news; throwing a temper tantrum when you don't get your way3. forgetting sexual abuse from your childhood due to the trauma and anxiety4. trying to forget something that causes you anxiety
11 AnswersRationalization: stating that you were fired because you didn't kiss up the boss, when the real reason was your poor performanceRegression: sitting in a corner and crying after hearing bad news; throwing a temper tantrum when you don't get your wayRepression: forgetting sexual abuse from your childhood due to the trauma and anxietySuppression: trying to forget something that causes you anxiety
12 Managing Your Difficult Emotions Continued… 2) Handling FearAn emotion many people work to overcomeIdentify your fearAnalyze the situation that causes the fearTalking about your fearSome fears are healthy and natural3) Dealing with GuiltGuilt can be a very destructive emotionTry to get to the underlying source of your guiltLearn from your mistake, and be more carefulDiscuss the situation, some may be out of your control
13 Managing Your Difficult Emotions Continued… 4) Managing AngerAnger can be one of the most difficult emotions.Get to the underlying source of your anger and address itIf there is nothing you can do about the source of your anger, there is always a way to cope with the feelings.
14 Strategies for managing anger Try seeing an upsetting issue from the other persons perspective.Learn to relaxPractice trusting other peopleDevelop your listening skillsLearn to be assertive (not passive or aggressive)
15 True/False1.___ Your interests, values and beliefs are part of your personal identity.True2. ___ Maslow’s hierarchy of needs starts at the top and works its way down.False. Bottom and up3. ___ The one aspect of your personality you have the most control over is your environment.False. Behavior
16 True/False4. ____ Emotions are chemicals that are secreted by your glands.False. Hormones5. ___ The ability to imagine and understand how someone else feels is empathy.True.6. ___ Mental/emotional health is the striving to become the best you can be.False. Self- Actualization
17 Lesson Review Concentration Game: Continue clicking on the squares until you feel the word matches the definition. Then click, “Check answers”.
18 FlashcardsChoose how you wish to view the flashcard. I personally recommend “View Definitions” but choose however you learn best.Then click “Flip card” to see if you were correct.