Presentation on theme: "Mr. Le’s Health Class. Describe how decisions affect your life and others. Identify the benefits of setting goals Identify the traits of good character."— Presentation transcript:
Describe how decisions affect your life and others. Identify the benefits of setting goals Identify the traits of good character Explain the role of tolerance in social health Describe qualities found in a good citizen Describe ten important health skills Explain how to find reliable information Develop refusal skills to avoid certain situations
Making good decisions is a skill you can learn and improve on Health Skills- Specific tools and strategies that help you maintain, protect, and improve all aspects of your health
Interpersonal Communication- the exchange of thoughts, feelings, and beliefs between two or more people Maintain respect Effective communication
Decision Making – is the process of making a choice or finding a solution. The Six Steps - State the situation - List the Options - Weigh the Possible Outcomes - Considering Values - Make a Decision and Act - Evaluate Your Decision
Make yourself a list of options and be as complete as you can.
Consider the possible outcomes or consequences of each decision. Use the Formula H.E.L.P H – Healthful E – Ethical L – Legal P – Parent Approval
Values – are the beliefs and principals that guide the way a person lives.
Choose the course that seems best and that supports your values. Are you comfortable with your decision?
If the outcome is not what you expected then use the decision making process and try again.
Decision making skills- steps that enable you to make a healthful decision Take steps to guide choices 6-basic steps Apply to situation???????
Goal setting – is the process of working toward something you want to accomplish. Goal- something you aim for that takes planning and work
Two types of goals Short Term Goals Doing well on a test Writing an email to a friend Long Term Goals Learning to play an instrument Becoming a professional athlete
1 – Identify a specific goal and write it down 2 – List the steps you will take to reach your goal. 3 – Get help and support from others 4 – Identify and overcome specific obstacles 5 – Evaluate your progress 6 – Give yourself a reward NOW YOU DO IT
Character- distinctive qualities that describe how a person thinks, feels and behaves Beliefs and Values What makes up ones character?
There are six main traits of good character. Trustworthiness Respect Responsibility Fairness Caring Citizenship
Trustworthy People Are… Honest Faithful/Loyal Truthful Reliable Integrity – the quality of doing what you know is right.
There are two elements of respect Tolerance The ability to accept other people as they are. Prejudice Is an opinion or fear formed without having facts or firsthand knowledge.
What are you responsible for? Accountability – a willingness to answer for your actions and decisions.
If you are fair you ….. Keep an open mind Are willing to listen to people who's opinions differ from yours Has good sportsman ship
Empathy – the ability to understand and show concern for another persons feelings. Sympathy – the feeling that you care about and are sorry about someone else's trouble
Citizenship is the way you conduct yourself as a member of the community.
Role model- is someone whose success or behavior serves as an example for others Who helps you? What makes a good role model?
Advocacy- taking action to influence others to address a health related concern or to support a health-related belief. Assessing Information Analyzing Influences Trusted Sources???
Conflict resolution- the process of ending a conflict through cooperation and problem solving. Develop and apply Respect yourself and others
Healthy and unhealthy ways of managing and resolving conflict Unhealthy responses to conflict:Healthy responses to conflict An inability to recognize and respond to the things that matter to the other person The capacity to recognize and respond to the things that matter to the other person Explosive, angry, hurtful, and resentful reactions Calm, non-defensive, and respectful reactions The withdrawal of love, resulting in rejection, isolation, shaming, and fear of abandonment A readiness to forgive and forget, and to move past the conflict without holding resentments or anger An inability to compromise or see the other person’s side The ability to seek compromise and avoid punishing The fear and avoidance of conflict; the expectation of bad outcomes A belief that facing conflict head on is the best thing for both sides
Win/win approach-how can we solve this as partners rather than opponents Creative response-transform problems into creative opportunities Empathy-develop communication tools Appropriate assertiveness apply strategies to attack the problem not the person Co-operative power- eliminate power over to build power with others Managing emotions- express fear, anger, hurt and frustration wisely to effect change Willingness to resolve-name personal issues that could cloud the picture Managing the conflict- define the issues needed to chart common needs and concerns Development of options- design creative solutions together Introduction to negotiation – plan and apply effective strategies to reach an agreement
Stress management- ways to deal with or overcome the negative effects of stress Reaction for every action Internal & external influences Analyze
Refusal Skills – communication strategies that help you say no to others effectively. Refusal Strategies Schools Refusal Model- S.T.O.P.