Presentation on theme: "Achieving Mental and Emotional Health"— Presentation transcript:
1Achieving Mental and Emotional Health Chapter 3Lesson #1Pages 66-71
2Ipad 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 #1”
3Developing your self-esteem Objective 1: Identify the characteristics of good mental and emotional health.Objective 2: Identify and apply how to improve your self-esteem.Objective 3: Identify Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.
4The Characteristics of Good Mental/Emotional Health The ability to accept yourself and others, express and manage emotions, and deal with the demands and challenges you meet in life.People with good mental/emotional health demonstrate…Sense of Belonging (Family, Friends, Teachers)Sense of Purpose (Recognizing your value)Positive Outlook (Sees the bright side & reduces stress)Self-sufficiency (Having confidence to make safe & responsible decisions)Healthy Self-Esteem (helps accept & recover from difficulties and failures)
5Self-EsteemSelf-Esteem- How much you value, respect, and feel confident about yourself.Taking healthful risks can raise your self esteemTrying new challenges can also raise your sense of competence: or having enough skills to do something.Self-talk: the encouragement or criticism that you give yourself, can affect your self-esteem.
6Benefits of Healthy Self-Esteem Feel proud of yourself and your abilities, skills, and accomplishmentsBelieve setbacks are temporaryAbility to confront challenges & overcome themConfidence to try new thingsKnow they may not be as good at some tasks as they are with others
7Improving Self-Esteem Choose friends who value and respect youFocus on positive aspects about yourselfReplace negative self-talk with supportive self-talkWork toward accomplishment rather than perfectionConsider your mistakes learning opportunitiesTry new activities to discover your talentsVolunteer your time to help someoneAccept the things you cant change and focus on changing the things you can.
8Self-Esteem activityWrite down your answers to the following questionsList 1 or 2 items you are really good at doing.List 2 positive things your best friend would say about you?How did you feel after volunteering your time?What things (that you can control) would you like to change about yourself? WHY??
9Maslow’s Needs activity Students may work alone or with a partnerPass out worksheetRead the directions and complete both side of the worksheet.Be prepared to discuss your reflection answers.
10Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Level #5: Reaching Potential NeedsSelf-Actualization (being the best you can be)Level #4: Feeling RecognizedNeed to achieve, to be recognized.Level #3: Belonging NeedsNeed to love or be loved, need to belong.Level #2: Safety NeedsNeed to be secure from dangerLevel #1: Physical NeedsNeed to satisfy basic needs of food, water, sleep and shelter
11Lesson Review Concentration game; Continue clicking on the squares until you feel the word matches the definition. Then click, “Check answers”.