Presentation on theme: "In this chapter, you will Learn About… Skills that will help you develop and maintain balanced health. Making responsible decisions. Setting and achieving."— Presentation transcript:
In this chapter, you will Learn About… Skills that will help you develop and maintain balanced health. Making responsible decisions. Setting and achieving personal goals. Developing good character. Taking Responsibility for Your Health
Building Health Skills In this lesson, you will Learn About… Why health skills are important. Skills to improve your health knowledge and behavior. Skills to maintain your personal health and safety. Skills to help you interact with others.
Building Health Skills The Vocabulary terms in this lesson are: Stress. Stress Stress management. Stress management Interpersonal communication. Interpersonal communication Refusal skills. Refusal skills Conflict. Conflict Conflict resolution. Conflict resolution
Skills for Balanced Health Health skills are skills related to your physical, mental/emotional, and social health. These skills and practices: Help you achieve, maintain, and protect good health. Have a positive effect throughout your life.
Accessing Information You are exposed to information everywhere you look. Not all sources of information are equally valid. It is important to verify the information and the reliability of its sources.
Self-Management Developing self-management skills means that you: Act in specific ways to stay physically healthy. Take responsibility for your mental and emotional wellness. There are two key components of self- management skills: Practicing healthful behaviors Managing stress
Practicing Healthful Behaviors Practicing healthful behaviors means using skills that will: Protect you from immediate illness or injury. Increase your level of physical wellness. Examples of healthful behaviors include: Drinking plenty of water. Participating in regular physical activity. Getting regular medical and dental checkups.
Stress Management Your body reacts to everything that happens to you. Some of the events in your life may cause stress.stress Stress can be positive or negative: Positive stress can help you work toward and reach goals. Negative stress can cause you discomfort and keep you from doing things you need or want to do.
Stress Management (cont’d.) Stress management involves identifying sources of stress and learning how to handle them in ways that promote good mental and emotional health.
Analyzing Influences Analyzing influences means recognizing the ways in which internal and external factors affect your health. Internal influences include knowledge and feelings, interests, likes and dislikes. External influences include family, friends, teachers, counselors, role models, and the media.
Interpersonal Communication Interpersonal communication is the sharing of thoughts and feelings between two or more people. Developing your speaking and listening skills will help you express your ideas and feelings in healthful ways.
Interpersonal Communication (cont’d.) Interpersonal communication involves the following elements: Communication skills Refusal skills — ways to say no effectively. Conflict resolution — finding a solution to a disagreement or preventing it from becoming a larger conflict.conflict
Reviewing Terms and Facts 1.A _______ is a disagreement between people with opposing viewpoints. conflict
Reviewing Terms and Facts 2.Name the basic health skills Accessing information Self-management (practicing healthful behaviors, stress management) Analyzing influences Interpersonal communication (communication skills, refusal skills, conflict resolution) Decision making/goal setting Advocacy
Reviewing Terms and Facts 3.What is stress? Explain the difference between positive stress and negative stress? Stress is your body’s response to changes around you. Positive stress can help you work toward and reach goals. Negative stress can cause you discomfort and keep you from doing things you need or want to do.
Thinking Critically 4.How can you tell the difference between a helpful influence and one that might lead you to try a risk behavior?
Vocabulary Review Stress is your body’s response to changes around you.
Vocabulary Review Stress management is identifying sources of stress and learning how to handle them in ways that promote good mental and emotional health.
Vocabulary Review Interpersonal communication is the sharing of thoughts and feelings between two or more people.
Vocabulary Review Refusal skills are ways to say no effectively.
Vocabulary Review A conflict is a disagreement between people with opposing viewpoints.
Vocabulary Review Conflict resolution means finding a solution to a disagreement or preventing it from becoming a larger conflict.
Fold a sheet of paper in half along the long axis, then fold in half again. This makes four rows. Open and fold the short side on the left to make a 3” column.