Lesson 10CW:•Divide into groups of 5.•Each group has one die•I will give you two objectsfrom the containerDirections:Roll ...
Lesson 10Discussion•What was the mostpopular item in thegroup?•Why was that item themost desirable?
Lesson 10Discussion•People over thecenturies have beenmotivated by differentthings to accomplishgreat things.•Can you name...
Lesson 10Different people aremotivated to do good,others are not, But all aremotivated based on what isimportant to them.
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Lesson 10Extrinsic motivators : don’t fulfill a personat the deepest levels.
Lesson 10When you feel fulfilleddeep inside, you feelspecial.
Lesson 10Common extrinsicmotivators that people tryto use to make them feelgood.Do you think they work?
Lesson 10 Review 11. What are extrinsic   motivators?2. What are intrinsic                 A   motivators?3. In your words...
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Lesson 10All these peoplecommitted suicide,unable to see the solutionsthat were there. Materialthings don’t fulfill one’s ...
S. Korea has the highest rates of suicide –about 14,000 people a year.                           Rohmoo Hyun              ...
Lesson 10 Motivate you from inside and have more strength over time.
Lesson 10One of the mostimportant areas thatbring meaning to life isthat of healthyrelationships.
Rememberthe Sig-6?           Relationship                           s      Health /                      Work /      Physi...
Lesson 10CW: Page 36 in your Healthy ChoicesWorkbook. We’re going to go through thisTOGETHER.•Important component of devel...
Lesson 10CW: Page 38Lets fill in #1
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Lesson 10CW or HW: P. 40-41Safety Plan for the Heart• On a separate sheet ofpaper, explain why these 10relationship questi...
According to mysources, Mr. Estrella has a serious test   planned soon.
Lesson 10  Listen up… word in the  stands has it that there  is a TEST on Lessons  1-10! Any questions?              I got...
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  • Have a number of items in a container for use as an opening activity. Ex. Candy bar, dollar bill, a sock, a deck of cards, a small stuffed toy, an eraser, lip balm, a ruler, etc. Give each group 2 items randomly.You’ll also need one die per group of 5-6 students. Copies of “Getting Started on Goals”
  • TEACHER: Guide the discussion for the group through each of the steps on the worksheet. It is important for them to understand whether the behavior influences on the relationship are coming from extrinsic or intrinsic motivators.
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    1. 1. Lesson 10CW:•Divide into groups of 5.•Each group has one die•I will give you two objectsfrom the containerDirections:Roll odd & you can take anobject you like or take the Timerobject from someone who http://www.timeme.com/already has it. timer-stopwatch.htmEven: take nothing and pass Next slide whenthe die to the next student.
    2. 2. Lesson 10Discussion•What was the mostpopular item in thegroup?•Why was that item themost desirable?
    3. 3. Lesson 10Discussion•People over thecenturies have beenmotivated by differentthings to accomplishgreat things.•Can you name some?
    4. 4. Lesson 10Different people aremotivated to do good,others are not, But all aremotivated based on what isimportant to them.
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    6. 6. Lesson 10Extrinsic motivators : don’t fulfill a personat the deepest levels.
    7. 7. Lesson 10When you feel fulfilleddeep inside, you feelspecial.
    8. 8. Lesson 10Common extrinsicmotivators that people tryto use to make them feelgood.Do you think they work?
    9. 9. Lesson 10 Review 11. What are extrinsic motivators?2. What are intrinsic A motivators?3. In your words, what is motivation?4. Identify the pictures A-D as B extrinsic or intrinsic motivators. C5. Why is a bad thing about D extrinsic motivators?
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    13. 13. Lesson 10All these peoplecommitted suicide,unable to see the solutionsthat were there. Materialthings don’t fulfill one’s life,relationships andaccomplishments do.
    14. 14. S. Korea has the highest rates of suicide –about 14,000 people a year. Rohmoo Hyun Jang Ja YeonChoi Jin-Sil“Everything is so complicated. I getangry for no reason and I feel like I’mgoing crazy. It hurts so much that I feellike I’m getting sea sick. My head hurtsso much that I start to tear” -
    15. 15. Lesson 10 Motivate you from inside and have more strength over time.
    16. 16. Lesson 10One of the mostimportant areas thatbring meaning to life isthat of healthyrelationships.
    17. 17. Rememberthe Sig-6? Relationship s Health / Work / Physica l School Balance Spiritual / Philosophical Money Concerns Leisure / Fun
    18. 18. Lesson 10CW: Page 36 in your Healthy ChoicesWorkbook. We’re going to go through thisTOGETHER.•Important component of developing positiverelationships in all areas of life is tounderstand the behaviors that are part of it.•You may choose any type of relationship toevaluate: parent, siblings, friends, or datingpartner.
    19. 19. Lesson 10CW: Page 38Lets fill in #1
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    29. 29. Lesson 10CW or HW: P. 40-41Safety Plan for the Heart• On a separate sheet ofpaper, explain why these 10relationship questions areimportant to ask before youbecome bf or gf with the Love is givingperson. someone the power to hurt you, but trusting•FYI: A copy of the Heart them not to.Safety Plan will be on my web
    30. 30. According to mysources, Mr. Estrella has a serious test planned soon.
    31. 31. Lesson 10 Listen up… word in the stands has it that there is a TEST on Lessons 1-10! Any questions? I gotta study!

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