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Chapter 1 Review Dealing with Feelings
People your own age are called your...what? peers
What is it called when you do something again and again without thinking about it? a habit
How you see yourself most of the time is called…..what? self-concept
What do you call a group that excludes other people? clique
What is it called when you feel tired, restless, and uninterested? boredom
What feeling names great sadness that lasts for a long while? grief
Which feeling names a painful, empty feeling of isolation? loneliness
Which word names the condition of feeling good physically, mentally, and emotionally? health
What are the 4 basic physical needs that everyone needs in order to stay alive? shelterfood water air
We all have 3 emotional needs as well. What are they? a need for: lovesecurity a place to belong
Feeling tension in your body or mind is known as….what? stress
Deciding on something you want to work toward is called..what? goal setting
Which word names a strong feeling of displeasure arising from a disagreement or disappointment? anger
Which word names the influence of a group over your actions and decisions? peer pressure
A simplified judgement or attitude about a group of people is called..what? stereotype
What do you call the state of good health? wellness
What do you call a respectful process for solving problems that works to find win/win solutions to conflicts? conflict resolution
The way your body shows your feelings is called….what? body language
Which word names a struggle resulting from opposing needs or desires? conflict
When you express your anger in this way, you could harm someone emotionally and physically. aggressive
Doing things to reduce the stress in your life is called…what? stress management
Sometimes people have this feeling and avoid contact from others in new situations. shyness
What do you call a negative attitude towards a group of people? prejudice
Which word describes how you feel about life? attitude
What process uses students who are trained to listen and support their classmates to resolve conflicts and find peaceful solutions to problems? peer mediation
When is your Chapter 1 health test on Dealing with Feelings?
Be sure to study your book and your study guide notes!
Bring a library book to class with you tomorrow!
Deciding on something you want to work toward is called… $100 Goal Setting.
This determines how you think about yourself. $100 What is your self-concept ?
Chapter 18 Conflict Resolution Skills. Why Conflicts Occur Poor Communication Power Struggles Personality Differences Jealousy Prejudice.
PEER PRESSURE AND REFUSAL SKILLS Ch. 10. Influences on Decisions Internal Pressures Come from within you External Pressures Media Family Peers Peer pressure—influence.
Lesson 5 Bellringer Remember to write the question and answer in complete sentences. Read the information in Table 5.1 on pg What is the easiest.
Communication Skills. Skills that help a person share feelings, thoughts, and information with others.
CHAPTER 2 Taking Responsibility for your Health. Question of the Day What does the word ADVOCACY mean? 1. To communicate effectively. 2. To get information.
Unit 2 Healthy Relationships OUTCOME 7.4: DEMONSTRATE A PERSONALIZED AND COHERENT UNDERSTANDING OF THE IMPORTANCE OF NURTURING HARMONY IN RELATIONSHIPS.
Warm Up 8/28/15 1.Write down the 4 rules we discussed last class 2.Describe in your own words what health means 3.Describe in your own words what wellness.
Conflict Resolution. What words that you associate with conflict?
Healthy Relationships 6 th Grade Health Bell Ringer Journal Question: Think of someone you like talking with. In a short paragraph, explain why you enjoy.
Health Unit 1 Review Mrs. Sherwood Total Health ~ Three kinds of health Thinking highly of someone Someone who is near your age.
Health Grade 6 – Week 1 Mr. Vargas. What is Health? Health is made up of FOUR parts: Physical Health Emotional Health Social Health Mental Health To achieve.
CONFLICT RESOLUTION. THINK. PAIR. SHARE. What are some positive ways to solve a conflict? What conflicts have you had in the past? What are some negative.
Chapter 6 – Resolving Conflicts What do you think of when you see these pictures? Why?
Chapter 2 Making Healthy Decisions Lesson 1 Making Decisions.
Building Health Skills Chapter 2 Pgs Objectives: 1. Students will be able to correctly use “I messages”. 2. Students will be able to describe.
CHAPTER 2: TAKING CHARGE OF YOUR HEALTH Mr. Vazquez Freshman Health Period 2.
Chapter 18: Conflict Resolution Skills. Explain why conflicts occurs. Describe some positive and negative results of conflict. Suggest strategies.
Building Health Skills In this lesson, you will Learn About… What skills help you stay healthy. How you can promote your health and the health of others.
1 The importance of Team Working and Personal Attributes.
Relationships – Chapter 8 Coping with Conflict and Stress Essential Questions: What is conflict and how does it affect relationships? What are healthy.
Understanding Mental and Emotional Health Mental and emotional health is the ability to deal in a reasonable way with the stresses and changes of daily.
Mental Health. What is Mental Health? Mental/Emotional Health: is about your feelings and thoughts. The ability to accept yourself and others, express.
RESOLVING CONFLICTS. Passive accepting or allowing what happens or what others do, without active response or resistance. Examples?
Chapter 9 Working With Others Chapter 9 Working With Others Lesson 9.1 Building Relationships Lesson 9.1 Building Relationships.
What is Health? Basic Health Definition and Terms.
Chapter 10 Skills for Healthy Relationships. Types of Relationships Relationships – a bond or connection you have with other people.
Chapter 2 Building Health Skills ? ? ? ? ? ? ?. Lesson 1: Building Health Skills Lesson 2: Making Responsible Decisions and Setting Goals Lesson 3: Building.
Interpersonal Skills: Effective Communication & Conflict Resolution.
Chapter 5: Preventing Violence & Abuse Section 1: Conflict Resolution & Violence Prevention.
Chapter 6: Skills For Healthy Relationships. Lesson 1: Foundations of a Healthy Relationship A relationship is a bond or connection you have with someone.
Making Decisions About Your Health Mr. Royer. Definitions Risk Behavior – Possibility that an action may cause injury or harm to you or others. Decision.
Chapter 7 Dealing with Conflict. Quiz: True or False 1.The more intimate the relationship, the greater the opportunity for conflict. 2. People fight mainly.
5.1 Preventing Violence and Abuse. Key Terms What is Conflict? Another name for a fight or disagreement What is Violence? Physical or non-physical force.
Health and Wellness Week Nine (Skills for Healthy Relationships)
Lesson 1 Taking responsibility for your health begins with a commitment to take charge of your actions and behaviors in a way that reduces risks and promotes.
Chapter 2 Building Health Skills and Character. Building Health Skills The choices and you make and the actions you take can affect your health Taking.
Mental and Emotional Health 1. Goal Setting, Communication, Conflict and Depression (8 th ) “When you get into a tight place and everything goes against.
Lesson 3 Why is it important to deal with and resolve conflicts? It is important to resolve conflicts since they can interfere with healthy relationships.
Warm-Up In what ways do friends contribute to your life? List as many examples as you can! In what ways do friends contribute to your life? List as many.
The mix of how we feel, think and behave that make us different from everyone else. How do we define personality?
Interpersonal Skills: Effective Communication & Conflict Resolution Chapter 9.
Health Jeopardy Lesson 1Lesson 2Lesson 3Lesson 4TEST $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy.
Clothing and Self- Expression Fashion Design Mrs. Wagner.
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