Presentation on theme: "STYLES AND SKILLS EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION. Sterility- the inability to reproduce Monogamy-having one partner for life Infatuation- exaggerated feelings."— Presentation transcript:
Sterility- the inability to reproduce Monogamy-having one partner for life Infatuation- exaggerated feelings of passion Compromise-a problem solving method in which each participant give up something. Self control- a person’s ability to use responsibility to over-ride emotions. Relationship-a bond or connection you have with other people. Harassment- persistently annoying others. Clique- a small circle of friends, usually with similar backgrounds or tastes, who exclude people viewed as outsiders. Abstinence- doing without Intimacy- a closeness between two people that develops over time. Tolerance- the ability to accept others’ differences Dysuria- pain or burning upon urination Asymptomatic-people who are infected show no symptoms or the infections produce mild symptoms that disappear. Platonic friendship-a friendship with opposite gender where there is affection Hormones- chemical substances that help regulate many of your body’s functions. Unit #4 vocab
REAL LIFE ISSUES Heather’s friend Lisa is the kind of person who always wants to have her own way. When they go out together, Lisa decides where they’ll go and what they’ll do. If Heather offers a suggestion, Lisa dismisses it. Heather wants to stay friends with Lisa, but she is tired of being pushed around. She wishes she knew how to stand up for herself without being rude. Write a letter from Heather to Lisa. In it, Heather should discuss how Lisa’s behavior makes her feel. 4 sentences minimum
DATING Asking out; Should it be BOYS or GIRLS Asking out; Should it be BOYS or GIRLS First date
Aggressive - overly forceful, pushy, or hostile. It may involve bullying or intimidation. Those with aggressive behavior may not pay attention to others’ thoughts, feelings, or needs. Aggressive DO YOU KNOW FRIENDS LIKE HEATHER AND LISA?
PASSIVE- unwilling or unable to express thoughts and feelings in a direct or firm manner. This involves putting others’ needs ahead of your own. People adopt this style to avoid conflict. Passive STYLES OF COMMUNICATION
Assertive- expressing your views clearly and respectfully. This involves standing up for your rights and beliefs while also respecting those of others. Those that adopt this are trying to find the best solution to the problem. Assertive STYLES OF COMMUNICATION
WAYS TO COMMUNICATE SPEAKING SKILLS- “You” messages Why can’t you show up on time? You never listen to what I say You always ignore me when your other friends are around. “I” messages I really don’t like waiting-it makes me feel like you don’t care. I feel like my suggestions are not being taken seriously.
LISTENING SKILLS ACTIVE LISTENING, paying close attention to what someone is saying and communicate. Practice active listening Don’t interrupt. Give your full attention. Show interest. Eye contact, “I see”, “go on”, “I understand” Restate what you hear. Summarize the speaker’s words. Ask questions. Help clarify the conversation. Show empathy. Do not ignore the speaker’s attitude or non verbal actions.