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1 Assessment Review

2 Standard 1:Standard 1: Students will examine personal values and character traits.

3 What are the important components of character? Caring Honesty Respect

4 What is Character? Someone who possess moral strength and integrity. They understand the difference between right and wrong and are committed to doing what is right.

5 Importance of character Character promotes your well-being. When you follow expectations, rules, and laws you stay out of trouble. Behaving responsibly means you are less likely to take dangerous risks that could hurt you or others. It promotes the well-being of society.

6 A mentor is someone who takes a special interest in you and invests time and energy in helping you grow and develop character

7 Universal Values Values most people have. They are universal to all societies. Trustworthiness Respect Fairness Responsibility Caring Honesty Integrity Self-discipline Citizenship

8 How we learn our values Directly: From direct teaching or someone telling you right from wrong. Indirectly: observing the behavior of others We learn our values from: Family home Religion Society Media

9 Living and acting according to your values Consider the consequences Listen to your conscience Turn to your family Gain knowledge: Get facts before you act Evaluate the source: Is it reliable Talk to others: Responsible people can help you sort things out

10 Peer Pressure The influence of others in your age group. Can cause you to go against your personal values and code of conduct

11 Personal Standard A rule or principal you set for yourself. Examples: I don’t drink or hand out with those who do. I do my homework everyday directly after school.

12 Standard 6: Identify physical, psychological, social, economic, technology, and health influences on personal wellness

13 Personality Is a combination of characteristics that make you different from every other person. Three general parts: Emotional Social Intellectual

14 Self-concept The way you see yourself. Can also be called your identity or self-image Is influenced by experiences, what people say, and what you say to yourself. Focusing on positive messages helps us to over come obstacles and strive to meet new challenges. It gives us the encouragement and will to try new things and do well in anything we work for.

15 Self-esteem The value or importance you place on yourself Boost self esteem by: Learning to accept praise Focusing on your strengths Accepting yourself as you are Learn from your mistakes Use your strengths to help others Take responsibility for your own life

16 Confident People Are self assured Have self control Can take reasonable risks Have positive self-concept and high self-esteem Your self confidence is based on your perception of your abilities.

17 Barriers to change One of the biggest barriers to change is procrastination.

18 Standard 4: Develop personal short and long-term SMART goals

19 Needs and wants Wants: Things you desire but aren’t necessary to survive Needs: Things you must have to survive

20 Short Term goals Goals you plan to achieve in the next day, week, month. They should be in only a short amount of time.

21 Long Term goals Goals that you are wanting to achieve further in the future 6 months, a year or more.

22 Fixed and Flexible goals Fixed: A set amount of time that a person has no control over Flexible: No definite time limit

23 Using Resources Wisely Expanding Conserving Exchanging Substituting

24 Resources to help achieve goals Human Material Community Natural

25 Using Resources Wisely Expanding Conserving Exchanging Substituting

26 Steps of the management process Planning Organizing Implementing Evaluating

27 Being a good manager Decision making Problem solving Communication Leadership Organization Critical thinking Creative thinking

28 SMART Goals Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Timely Written goals should contain each of these elements Example: I will get my college acceptance letter my senior year of high school.

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