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  • X.DHLAMINI GRADE TEN: LIFE ORIENTATION LESSON
  • DIFINITION • SELF- THIS IS THE ENTIRE INDIVIDUAL • AWARENESS- REFERS TO BEING CONSCIOUS ABOUT HIM/HERSELF • SELF-AWARENESS-IS THE EXPLIXIT UNDERSTANDING THAT ONE EXISTS, IT INCLUDES THE CONCEPT THAT ONE EXIST AS AN INDIVIDUAL UNIQUE FROM OTHER PEOPLE PHYSICALLY,EMOTIONALLY AND MENTALLY.
  • FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE SELF- AWARENESS • PARENTING STYLE • THE MEDIA(NEWSPAPERS,MAGAZINES,SO CIAL NETWORKS ETC) • PEER PRESSURE
  • FACTORS INFLUENCING SELF-ESTEEM
  • • LEVEL 0: CONFUSION • LEVEL 1: DIFFERENTIATION • LEVEL 2: SITUATION • LEVEL 3: IDENTIFICATION • LEVEL 4: PERMANENCE • LEVEL 5: SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS
  • SYMPTOMS OF A POSITIVE SELF- AWARENESS• AN INDIVIDUAL CHOOSE TASKS AND ACTIVITIES OF INTERESTS • SOCIALISE WITH THOSE OF HIS/HER PREFERENCES( E.G. A STUDENT SOCIALISE WITH OTHER STUDENTS) • DO WHAT EVER IT TAKES TO RESIST TEMPTATIONS • KNOWS EXACTLY WHAT IS GOOD OR BAD TO HIM OR HER
  • • LACK OF AWARENESS • EGOISM • FEAR OF CHANGE
  • SELF-ESTEEM • THIS IS THE POSITIVE EVALUATION OF THE SELF, AN INDIVIDUAL CAN BE EITHER “HIGH OR LOW” IN SELF-ESTEEM
  • DIFFERENT DEFINITIONS OF SELF-ESTEEM IN DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES • BRIGGS: HOW A PERSON FEELS ABOUT HIMSELF, HIS OVEROLL JUDGEMENT ABOUT HIMSELF, HOW MUCH HE LIKES HIS PARTICULAR PERSONALITY. • JAMES BATTLE: THE PERCEPTION THE INDIVIDUAL POSSESSES OF HIS OWN WORTH. • ONE’S FEELINGS OF SELF COMPETENCE AND SELF-WORTH
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF SELF-ESTEEM • THE KEY TO SUCCESS • PRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOUR: PEOPLE PERFOM BETTER WHEN THEY CONSIDER THEMSELVES AS COMPETENT • WORK PERFORMANCE: THERE IS ONLY ONE THING THAT COUNTS IN A BUSINESS: BUILDING THE SELF-ESTEEM OF YOUR EMPLOYEES, NOTHING ELSE MATTERS BECAUSE WHAT THEY FEEL ABOUT THEMSELVES IS WHAT THEY GIVE TO THE CUSTOMERS( ROBERT DARWIN). • IT REFLECTS THE TRUE SELF BECAUSE WHAT YOU ARE DOING TO YOURSELF IS WHAT YOU DO TO OTHERS(INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS(D.C.BRIGGS).
  • SELF-ESTEEM
  • POSITIVE SELF-ESTEEM • CONFIDENCE • PERSIST IN DIFFICULT SITUATIONS • ESTABLISH SOCIAL NETWORKING • POPULAR NEGATIVE SELF-ESTEEM • LACK CONFIDENCE • EASY TO GIVE UP IN THE FACE OF CHALLENGES • RESERVE HIM/HERSELF TO SOCIAL LIFE • LONELY
  • TWO TYPES OF SELF-ESTEEM POSITIVE SELF-ESTEEM NEGATIVE SELF-ESTEEM
  • FACTORS INFLUENCING SELF- ESTEEM TASK PROFICIEN CY AND ACCOMPLI SHMENTS PERSONAL ASPIRATIONS
  • • GAINING SELF-AWARENESS • LEARNING SELF ACCEPTANCE • TAKING CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE • MANAGING YOURSELF WITH SUCCESS • PRACTICE SELF IMPROVEMENT
  • SELF DEVELOPMENT • IN OVERALL SELF DEVELOPMENT IS ALL ABOUT DEVELOPING THE VITAL ASPECTS OF THE SELF WHICH ENABLE THE INDIVIDUAL TO SURVIVE IN A PARTICULAR CONTEXT.
  • REFERENCES • http://www.slideshare.net/Haider110/self-awareness-12669876 • http://www.slideshare.net/search/slideshow?searchfrom=header&q=S ELF+EVELOPMENT