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1 “DO Now” Open your TNT Student Workbook, and finish “Making a Decision” on Page 7. Make sure to circle the positives or negatives and total them up. When finished get your homework out and ready to turn in.

2 Session 3 Self-Esteem

3 Self-Esteem Purpose: To improve your self-esteem so you feel more empowered to resist peer pressure. Overview: You will learn ways to boost your self- esteem and focus on your own positive qualities, through discussion, group activities and affirmations.

4 TNT Game What were the main points of the last lesson? The consequences of tobacco use. The stages of nicotine addiction. How to make better decisions.

5 TNT Game What is the meaning of the word addiction? Addiction is having a habit you cannot control.

6 TNT Game What does tolerance mean? Tolerance means that a person has to use more and more of a drug to get the same effects.

7 TNT Game What does withdrawal mean? Withdrawal is when a person can’t get tobacco and feels uncomfortable or sick. –symptoms such as headaches or nervousness

8 TNT Game What is the addicting drug in tobacco? Nicotine

9 TNT Game Describe the steps to making a decision. 1.List the choices. 2.List the consequences of each choice. 3.Rate consequences as negative or positive. 4.Choose the one with the most positives.

10 Homework What was the purpose of the “homework”? Are there any volunteers to share their responses?

11 Building Self-Esteem Open your “Student Workbooks”. In the last session we talked about negative consequences of tobacco use. Now let’s look at some of the reasons teens start smoking or chewing even though they know the hazards.

12 Building Self-Esteem One reason is that they may think that using tobacco will make them feel confident or have feelings of self-esteem. People who have high self-esteem tend to make healthy choices. Tobacco users often choose to use tobacco because they don’t feel proud of themselves and they don’t what others to know it.

13 Self-Esteem How would you describe self-esteem? Self-Esteem is “liking yourself, being proud of who you are and what you do.” Write this definition on your TNT Word List.

14 Conceited vs. Confident Think about the difference between “conceited” and “confident.” What do you think is the difference?

15 Building Self-Esteem Building Self-Esteem The difference is one of attitude – it’s not so much what you say but how you say it. Conceited people act as if they are better than everyone else and speak with a superior tone. Confident people talk positively about themselves in a tone that doesn’t sound like bragging.

16 Building Self-Esteem Building Self-Esteem My hair looks better than anyone else’s! I like my new hairstyle. Bragging or Confident?

17 Building Self-Esteem We often see good qualities in others but overlook them in ourselves. That’s why it’s often easier to give compliments than receive them. Why is it that people see good in others yet often find it hard to see the same qualities within themselves?

18 Building Self-Esteem Recognizing and accepting your strengths is a good way to build good or high self-esteem. The higher a person’s self-esteem is, the healthier his or her choices are. Acknowledging or stating your good qualities does not mean you are conceited. It shows that you think enough of yourself to realize that you have good qualities to share that can be appreciated by others.

19 Building Self-Esteem Open your student workbook to page 8 Activity on Building Self-Esteem. Read the directions, take 3-4 minutes to list your positive qualities. No negatives, only good things! Examples: I’m a good coach, a good friend, If I say I’m going to do it, I do; I respect the wisdom of my elders……

20 Building Self-Esteem Are there any volunteers to give some examples of the positive qualities you listed? What might cause someone to have difficulty completing this worksheet?

21 Building Self-Esteem Turn to page 9 in your workbook. I’m Special Take a few minutes to reflect on what makes you special

22 Building Self-Esteem Realizing and remembering the good things about yourself and making positive statements can help you feel better about yourself. You can keep a list in a place where you can refer to it and continue adding to it.

23 Building Self-Esteem Everyone has positive qualities. If you are around people that have trouble saying good things about others, you may have difficulty thinking of the positive things about yourself. Being able to give and accept a compliment is helpful in improving self- esteem.

24 “Pass a Compliment” Compliment Circle Sincere Compliments Example: Hi Dori, you are such a great friend, I like how I can count on you for anything. …….Thank You! The last person will say a compliment to the first.

25 Summary “Having high self-esteem makes you feel good about yourself.” When you feel good about yourself it’s easier to stand up for yourself and handle difficult situations. “The nice things you said about yourself today can help you feel better about who you are. Then you will be better able to handle stressful situations, especially situations where someone is pressuring you to do something you don’t want to do.

26 Summary “When you feel good about yourself, you make healthier choices, such as saying no to tobacco.”

27 Homework Feeling Good About Myself Read directions. Any questions?

28 TNT Game What were the main points of today’s lesson? You can build self-esteem by writing, saying and listening to positive things about yourself.

29 TNT Game What is the definition of self-esteem? Liking and respecting yourself, being proud of who you are and what you do.

30 TNT Game Why is it important to have high self- esteem? To have the confidence to make healthier choices.

31 TNT Game What is the difference between being conceited and being confident? Conceited people think too much of themselves – they brag. Confident people recognize their strengths without bragging about them.

32 TNT Game How can you improve your self-esteem? Think about your good qualities, write down good qualities, etc.

33 TNT Game What was one of the compliments passed from one student to another?

34 TNT Game You guys are awesome!!! 3 Spaces for each team. Record Scores.

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