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Lesson 4 Everyone goes through times of stress, disappointments, and difficulty. When hardships and tragedies happen, it can be hard for people to cope.

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2 Lesson 4 Everyone goes through times of stress, disappointments, and difficulty. When hardships and tragedies happen, it can be hard for people to cope with the situation and with their feelings. Being a Resilient Teen

3 Lesson 4 In this lesson, youll learn to: Explain what it means to be resilient. Develop strategies to promote resiliency throughout the life span. Explore methods for developing protective factors. Evaluate how having protective factors helps people avoid risk behaviors. Lesson Objectives

4 Lesson 4 Resiliency Being able to overcome disappointments and survive traumatic events is a sign of resiliency.resiliency Resilient people can handle adversity in healthful ways and achieve long-term success. What Is Resiliency?

5 Lesson 4 Family School or community Peers Opportunities to participate in school projects or community events External Factors Internal Factors What Are Some Factors That Affect Resiliency? Factors That Affect Resiliency

6 Lesson 4 What Are Protective Factors? Your developmental assets also protect you from risk behaviors. These assets are protective factors, which can reduce the harmful effects of a difficult or risky situation.protective factors They may also influence a person to respond to a situation in a healthy way. Resiliency and Your Protective Factors

7 Lesson 4 Building Resiliency by Strengthening Your Protective Factors Teens who do not have all their external protective factors in place can strengthen the ones they do have. Develop a better relationship with the adult members of your family. Find support from teachers, coaches, clergy, or other caring adults. Resiliency and Your Protective Factors

8 Lesson 4 Actions for Strengthening Your Internal Protective Factors Become involved in extra-curricular activities. Read for pleasure at least three hours per week. Stand up for your beliefs. Be honest with yourself and others. Resist negative peer pressure. Learn about people from other cultures. Develop a sense of purpose. Develop a positive outlook. Resiliency and Your Protective Factors

9 Lesson 4 1.resiliency 2.Stress- management skill 3.relaxation response 4.protective factor Q. A condition that shields a person from the negative consequences of exposure to risk is a _____. Choose the appropriate option. Quick Review

10 Lesson 4 Click Next to attempt another question. A. A condition that shields a person from the negative consequences of exposure to risk is a protective factor. Quick Review - Answer

11 Lesson 4 Provide a short answer to the question given below. Q. List three external factors and three internal factors that can affect a persons resiliency. Click Next to view the answer. Quick Review

12 Lesson 4 A. External factors affecting your resiliency include family, school or community, peers, and opportunities to participate in school projects or community events. Internal factors include commitment to learning, positive values, social competency, and positive identity. Click Next to attempt another question. Quick Review - Answer

13 Lesson 4 Provide a short answer to the question given below. Q. Define resiliency. Why is it important? Click Next to view the answer. Quick Review

14 Lesson 4 A. Resiliency is the ability to adapt effectively and recover from disappointment, difficulty, or crisis. Resilient people are able to handle adversity in healthful ways and achieve long-term success in spite of negative circumstances. Click Next to attempt another question. Quick Review - Answer

15 Lesson 4 Make a list of at least five of your personal stressors. What protective factors do you have or can you develop to help you deal with each one? Analyze the following situation. Quick Review

16 Lesson 4 Resiliency Being able to overcome disappointments and survive traumatic events is a sign of resiliency.resiliency Resilient people can handle adversity in healthful ways and achieve long-term success. Resiliency Resiliency is the ability to adapt effectively and recover from disappointment, difficulty, or crisis. What Is Resiliency?

17 Lesson 4 What Are Protective Factors? Your developmental assets also protect you from risk behaviors. These assets are protective factors, which can reduce the harmful effects of a difficult or risky situation.protective factors They may also influence a person to respond to a situation in a healthy way. Protective factors are conditions that shield individuals from the negative consequences of exposure to risk. Resiliency and Your Protective Factors

18 Lesson 4 What Are Some Factors That Affect Resiliency? Commitment to learning: Being actively engaged in your education. Positive values: Demonstrating these values through your words and actions, and avoiding risks. Social competency: Having empathy and friendship skills. Positive identity: Having self- esteem and a sense of purpose. Factors That Affect Resiliency External Factors Internal Factors

19 Lesson 4 A. Correct! A condition that shields a person from the negative consequences of exposure to risk is a protective factor. Click Next to attempt another question. Quick Review - Answer

20 Lesson 4 You have answered the question incorrectly. Go back to try again, or click Next to view the correct answer. Quick Review - Answer


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