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1Healthy Relationships Chapter 3Healthy RelationshipsLesson 4Refusal SkillsClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 3 AssessmentTeacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.Next >>
2Not participating in health-risk behaviors refusal skillsabstinenceWays of saying noNot participating in health-risk behaviorsClick to reveal the definitions.
3In this lesson, you will learn to identify how to use refusal skills to resist peer pressure.demonstrate refusal skills to resist negative peer pressure.explain the importance of abstinence during the teen years.
4Identifying Problems and Solutions After this lesson, give examples of peer pressure.Tell how you might say no in each situation.
5What Are Refusal Skills? When peer pressure builds, use refusal skills to avoid potentially harmful situations.refusal skills Ways of saying no
6What Are Refusal Skills? OPSay no in a firm voice.Tell why not.Say no in a firm voice Sometimes, saying no is enough. Friends who respect you will take now for an answer. Show self-confidence without being insulting to others.Tell why not Explain your reasons for saying no. Let your peers know that you value your health and safety.Offer other ideas Change the subject by coming up with something else to do instead.Promptly leave If people continue to put pressure on you, walk away.Remember that you can always seek the help of a trusted adult.Offer other ideas.Promptly leave.
7Abstinence protects your health and the health of others. What Is Abstinence?Abstinence protects your health and the health of others.abstinence Not participating in health-risk behaviorsHigh risk behaviors include:Tobacco useAlcohol useIllegal drugsSexual activityAbstinence shows you have self-control.
8What Is Abstinence? Abstaining from tobacco use… Protects your lungs and heart.Abstaining fromalcohol and other drugs…Protects your body and mind.When you choose abstinence, you protect the three sides of your health triangle.Abstaining fromsexual activity…Protects you against pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
9What I Learned Vocabulary What are refusal skills? Lesson 4 Review They are methods for saying no.
10Lesson 4 ReviewWhat I LearnedIdentify Describe the relationship between peer pressure and refusal skills.Answers might include the idea that when peer pressure to engage in high-risk behaviors is intense, refusal skills can allow you to say no without worrying about what your peers might think of you.
11Lesson 4 ReviewWhat I LearnedRecall Why is abstinence important during the teen years?Abstinence from high-risk behaviors protects all three sides of the health triangle.
12Lesson 4 ReviewThinking CriticallyExplain Tell how positive peer pressure can make a friendship stronger.Answers, which will vary, might include the idea that friends encourage and inspire each other to do their best.
13Lesson 4 ReviewThinking CriticallyAnalyze Hannah told her friends that smoking harms a person’s lungs and heart. Her friend continues to urge Hannah to smoke. What must Hannah do next?Hannah needs to offer other ideas. Having "told" her friend "why not," she is now at the "O" step of the S.T.O.P. strategy.
14Healthy Relationships End ofChapter 3Healthy RelationshipsLesson 4Refusal SkillsClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 3 Assessment