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1 Mental and Emotional Wellness Chapter 2Mental and Emotional WellnessLesson 1A Healthy Self-ConceptClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 2 AssessmentTeacher’s notes are available in the notes section of this presentation.Next >>
2 The view you have of yourself self-conceptreinforceself-esteemresilienceThe view you have of yourselfSupportA measure of how much you like and respect yourselfClick to reveal the definitions.The ability to work through and recover from disappointment
3 In this lesson, you will learn to explain what your self-concept is.identify influences on your self-concept.describe how you can build a positive self-concept.
4 Analyzing a GraphicUse the diagram as a guide to create a concept map that shows influences on your self-concept.My Self-Concept
5 What Is Self-Concept?Having a positive self-concept is an important part of good mental/emotional health.self-concept The view you have of yourselfHearing your own voice on a tape recorder demonstrates how people hear you differently than you hear yourself. The same is true of how you see yourself.
6 How Does Self-Concept Develop? Your self-concept starts forming when you are very young.Your skills and abilities help shape your self-concept.Your parents or guardians are the first and greatest influence on your self-concept.How you view your talents and abilities influences your overall self-concept.Identifying what you do well and what you enjoy doing will help you develop a positive self-concept.
7 How Does Self-Concept Develop? Family members, friends, and teachers reinforce your self-concept.reinforce SupportMessages from people around you can bespoken.written.in the form of looks or gestures.“Way to go!” is an example of a positive message.
8 A Positive Home Environment A healthy home environment will positively effect your self-concept. You can help create a healthy home environment by being patient with family members and helping them when they need it.
9 How Does Self-Concept Develop? Positive MessagesPositive Self-ConceptPositive messages help you develop a positive self-concept. Having your parent or teacher tell you that you did a good job reinforces your positive self-concept.Sending positive messages is a two-way street.When you support others, they are likely to support you, too.
10 Self-Concept and Self-Esteem Do you have confidence to try new things?If you do, you have high self-esteem.self-esteem A measure of how much you like and respect yourselfYour self-esteem is closely related to your self-concept. Having a positive self-concept will help you build a high level of self-esteem.High self-esteem, confidence, and a positive outlook leads to resilience (next slide).
11 Self-Concept and Self-Esteem Do you face new challenges with a “can do” attitude?If you do, you have resilience.resilience The ability to work through and recover from disappointmentIf you are resilient, you won’t let disappointment get you down.
12 Self-Concept and Self-Esteem Resiliency is your ability to bounce back from difficulties.A person can become more resilient by having a “can do” attitude and not being discouraged by disappointment.
13 Developing a Positive Self-Concept Focus on what you do well.Have confidence in yourself and your abilities.Accept encouragement.Set a goal and work to reach it.Develop realistic expectations.Find friends that support and encourage you.Avoid worrying about hurtful remarks or looks.Developing a positive self-concept is an important part of emotional health.
14 Lesson 1 ReviewWhat I LearnedVocabulary Define the terms self-concept and self-esteem. Write a sentence that includes both terms.Self-concept is the view you have of yourself; self esteem is a measure of how much you respect yourself. Sentences will vary.
15 What I Learned Identify What is resilience? Lesson 1 Review The ability to work through and recover from disappointment.
16 Lesson 1 ReviewWhat I LearnedGive Examples Name three ways to improve your self-concept.Students should name any of the three ways from slide 13.
17 Lesson 1 ReviewThinking CriticallyAnalyze How might having a high level of self-esteem help you set goals for the future?A high level of self esteem gives you confidence, which helps you set goals.
18 Lesson 1 ReviewThinking CriticallyApply Yolanda didn’t make the soccer team. She was disappointed, but decided to try out again next season. Does Yolanda have a positive self-concept? Why or why not?Yes, Yolanda has a positive self-concept. She was able to work through her disappointment and set a positive goal for next year.
19 Mental and Emotional Wellness End ofChapter 2Mental and Emotional WellnessLesson 1A Healthy Self-ConceptClick for:>> Main Menu>> Chapter 2 Assessment