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  • Get volunteers and have artist go to hallway.
  • Make 4 flash cards of each group. Give card to each student.
  • Rules for engagement - explain
  • Half of “red carpet” write as many as they can for extra credit points.
  • Half of “red carpet” write as many as they can for extra credit points.
  • Page 10 in booklet

Lesson 3 Lesson 3 Presentation Transcript

  • Barna Group Research
  • 1 volunteer to draw2 group volunteers of 4 Artist to hallway Instructions to groups on next slide
  • Group 1 Group 2 Do what you can to get theFlower Tree “artist” toBaseball Football draw itemsChair Table from your list.Umbrella Raindrop You canShoe Sandal repeat words,Cloud SunDoor Window try to distractHat Cap artist awayDog Fish from lookingPlate Fork at otherBook Pencil group. -1 minute
  • •Rules of engagement: military term, the acceptedway of doing things.•Peer influence becomes stronger during the teen
  • “Parent-isms”:typical phrasesor often spokenwords ofwisdom parentsuse to directtheir children –(write on board)
  • “Friend-isms” : typical phrases orcomments intended to influence youthat you frequently hear from yourgroup of friends. (write on board)
  • Culture: complex wholewhich includes knowledge,belief, art, law, morals,custom, value system andany other capabilities andhabits acquired by a personas a member of society.
  • Fill in Page 9 Worksheet to go with majorityTeam Player: likesvote, but knows their vote is importanttoo.
  • Parents usually want the bestfor their children, while friendsmay or may not.Friends guide choices such asstyle of dress, music,recreation activities, ways ofcommunicating andachievement.Parents influence core valueslike educational goals,religious beliefs, politics andrelationship expectations,financial goals (not justthrough words, but by
  • What are the struggles parents have?1. Time constraints2. Financial limitations3. Stress4. Fatigue
  • Quiz on Lesson 3 next meeting -study Page 10