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Chapter 5 Mental and Emotional Health Lesson 2 Your Self-Concept and Self-Esteem Next >> Click for: Teacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation. >> Main Menu >> Chapter 5 Assessment
self-concept The way you view yourself overall How you feel about yourself self-esteem Having a positive attitude about the future optimistic Belief in your ability to do what you set out to do confidence
In this lesson, you will be able to explain what self-concept and self-esteem are. describe the benefits of high self-esteem. identify ways of improving self-esteem.
Skimming Quickly look over the major and minor headings in this lesson. Write a sentence or two describing what you think this lesson will be about. Headings in this Lesson Your Self-Concept Your Self-Esteem Influences on Self-Esteem Benefits of Self-Esteem Building Self-Esteem
Your Self-Concept Your self-concept includes the way you see yourself as a student, as a friend, and a member of groups. self-concept The way you see yourself overall Your self-concept is based on external input from others as well as internal thoughts and experiences.
Your Self-Esteem Self-esteem is part of your self-concept. self-esteem How you feel about yourself High self-esteem helps you be confident around others.
Influences on Self-Esteem Messages you get from your environment The media Your own attitudes and the choices you make
Benefits of Self-Esteem Being optimistic is one of the benefits of having high self-esteem. optimistic Having a positive attitude about the future
Benefits of Self-Esteem Other benefits of self-esteem include: Taking care of yourself Enjoying meeting and being with others Increased opportunities Having confidence confidence Belief in your ability to do what you set out to do
Building Self-Esteem Set realistic goals. Ask for help when you need it. Accept that no one is perfect. Focus on what your are naturally good at. Think positively.
What I Learned Vocabulary What does optimistic mean? Lesson 2 Review
What I Learned List What are two benefits of high self-esteem? Lesson 2 Review
What I Learned Explain How can the media affect a person’s self-esteem? Lesson 2 Review
What I Learned Identify What is an individual’s self-concept based on? Lesson 2 Review
What I Learned Explain Why does thinking positively help to improve self-esteem? Lesson 2 Review
Thinking Critically Evaluate How can learning a new skill improve your self-esteem? Lesson 2 Review
Thinking Critically Infer Describe some character traits that people with high self-esteem have in common. Lesson 2 Review
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