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-How do have self-concept? Explain. (lesson 1)
-knowing what you like to do, what you do well, and what you care about.
What are 5 feelings that show how you see yourself? (lesson 1)
-how you see yourself in a group -how you see yourself alone -how you imagine other people see you -how you would like to be seen by others -how well you understand your thoughts and physical features
What are some of your positive strengths? (lesson 1)
-honesty -loyalty- yuor talents -your interests - the kind and thoughtful things you can do
Explain how you should see yourself. (lesson 1)
-with interests, but don't judge what you see -remember that sometimesto feel bad about yourself in normal
How can you improve your self-concept? (lesson 1)
-by gathering information about you - ask yourself what you did, how you handled it, and what was the situation
What is something that you should always remember no matter what?(lesson 1)
-you don't have to BE the best, be YOUR best
Why is a positive self-concept an important part of good health? (lesson 1)
-if you don't have a positive self-concept you can push yourself too hard and get mad at yourself if you fail
What are 6 good things that you should do everyday? (lesson 1)
-do something that makes you happy -do 1 unexpected nice thing for someone else -do something that exercises your mind -talk to an adult who you trust -get some exercise(body) -complete a task you're responsible for
How can someone achieve their goal/goals? (lesson 2)
-by planning and working hard -you are willing to work hard -beliving in yourself
What is the difference in long-term goals and short-term goals? (lesson 2)
-short-term:they are usually steps(goals) that lead to long-term goals
-long-term: reaches far into the future
What are 7 questionsyou should ask yourself when setting a goal? (lesson 2)
-is this goal realistic? -have I stated my goal in a positive way? -what skills do I have to help me reach my goal? -what steps will help me reach my long-term goal? -what am I willing to give up to reach my long-term goal? -have I given myself enough time? -why is this goal important to me?
What are 5 steps for reaching your goals? (lesson 2)
-identify the goal -make a plan that includes short-term goalsand a time frame -follow your plan -think about the results -revise your plan if needed to
How could you evaluate what happened if you don't if you don't achieve your goal? (what questions would you use) (lesson 2)
-why do you think you didn't reach your goal? -did you try? -was your goal realistic? -did you find the right people to help you? -what could you do differently next time?
What are 4 emotions you shoud understand? (lesson 3)
-anger -stress -sadness -grief
By understanding the 4 emotions(anger, stress, sadness, and greif) it will help you what? (lesson 3)
-realize that you have choices about how you deal with the them (the emotions) -give you ways of controlling your reactions to them -know when it's wise to ask a trusted adult for help
What are some ways that you could deal with anger? (lesson 3)
-it could stay inside you or it could explode out of you in angry words, fights, or tears
How can you control anger? (lesson 3)
-learn to make wise choices when you express your anger.
Ask for help with anger when...(lesson 3)
-when anger affects both you and in and out of school -an angry situation has continued for a long time -you don't feel safe or in control -more people become involved in the conflict -there are threats of violence
How do yuo know when you are dealing with stress? (lesson 3)
-experiencing tiredness, headaches, trouble with sleeping, poor concentration, or eating problems
What are 6 techniques to help manage stress? (lesson 3)
-set realistic goals -don't push things off -practice self-dicipline -get enough sleep -get enough time for exercise, chores, and errands -leave open time in your scedule as well as time for fun
What are some things you can try when feeling down? (lesson 3)
-talk to a trusted adultor a close friend -take time to help someone else -exercise -write down 3 things you're thankful for
What are 4 ways to help a friend who is sad or experincing grief? (lesson 3)
-encourage your friend to talk to a trusted adult -be a good listener -include your friend in fun and everyday activities -support your friends possitive ideas
Ask for help with grief and/or sadness if.... (lesson 3)
-your sadness has lasted for a long time -you cry a lot or for no reason -you don't enjoy the things you used to -you have trouble eating, sleeping, or other physical symptyms -it's hard to work on homework or be involved with others -it's hard to think about the future -you don't care about doing things with others anymore