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Johari window

  1. 1. WednesdayJanuary 2 Do Now: Have you ever had someone say you were good at something, but you did not feel that about yourself? OR Do you think that it is possible to recognize strengths in another person that they do not realize?
  2. 2. VOCAB Word of the DAYAccentuate The bold and dramatic eye make up really accentuates the model’s eyes.What’s your guess?
  3. 3. VOCAB Word of the DAYAccentuate The bold and dramatic eye make up really accentuates the model’s eyes. Actual Meaning: It’s a verb! T emphasize or o to highlight.
  4. 4. Learning ObjectiveI can apply the Johari Window concept todiscuss how one can interpret their own identity.
  5. 5. The Johari Window• The Johari Window is a model for getting and giving feedback.• It is a communicationmodel, and we can see it working in the classroom, on the job, and at home.• Two psychologists, Joseph Luft and Harry Ingrham, originally developed the window.
  6. 6. Thesewindowpanesrepresent our personality. Things I know Things I don’t know about myself about myself Things others know about me Things others don’t know about me
  7. 7. Arena• The information that you know about yourself and that others Things I know about myself Things I don’t know about myself also know.• The obvious things, e.g. race, Arena Things others know name, height, weight, etc. about me• Things you tell others when you introduce yourself.• All the info. you want others to Things others don’t know about me know
  8. 8. Hidden Arena• Contains all that information that we don’t want others to Things I know about myself Things I don’t know about myself know about us• Closet of feelings, insecurities, Arena Things others know and not-so-great experiences. about me• The private information Things others don’t know about me Hidden Arena
  9. 9. Blind Spot• Information that others know about you, but you don’t know Things I know about myself Things I don’t know about myself about yourself.• Examples: Blind Arena Things others know “You’re a good listener!” about me Spot “You snore.” You are really charismatic about things!” Things others don’t Hidden know about meWe may feel that we are not a good Arena listener or talker, but our friends may feel differently.
  10. 10. Unknown Arena•Information that you don’tknow and others don’t know. Things I know about myself Things I don’t know about myself•Could be abilities and Blind Arena Things others knowpotentials that you have not about me Spotdiscovered about yourself yet Things others don’tExample:You could be an amazing Public know about me UnknownRelations Rep, or Guidance Counselor but Hidden Arenayou just wouldn’t know that yet. Arena
  11. 11. What’s
  12. 12.  the
  13. 13.  POINT? Information
  14. 14.  can
  15. 15.  move
  16. 16.  from
  17. 17.  one
  18. 18.   pane
  19. 19.  to
  20. 20.  the
  21. 21.  next
  22. 22.  as
  23. 23.  you
  24. 24.  develop
  25. 25.   mutual
  26. 26.  trust,
  27. 27.  share
  28. 28.  hopes
  29. 29.  and
  30. 30.   dreams,
  31. 31.  and
  32. 32.  find
  33. 33.  similarities
  34. 34.  and
  35. 35.   things
  36. 36.  in
  37. 37.  common
  38. 38.  with
  39. 39.  others. We
  40. 40.  get
  41. 41.  over
  42. 42.  our
  43. 43.  differences
  44. 44.  and
  45. 45.  start
  46. 46.   to
  47. 47.  trust
  48. 48.  each
  49. 49.  other
  50. 50.  as
  51. 51.  classmates
  52. 52.  and
  53. 53.   teammates.
  54. 54. How
  55. 55.  TRUST
  56. 56.  helps
  57. 57.  us
  58. 58.  GROW Trust
  59. 59.  in
  60. 60.  each
  61. 61.   other
  62. 62.  =
  63. 63.  telling
  64. 64.   more
  65. 65.  and
  66. 66.  more
  67. 67.   information
  68. 68.   about
  69. 69.  ourselves.
  70. 70.  This
  71. 71.  expands
  72. 72.   the
  73. 73.  arena.
  74. 74. Activity -Create
  75. 75.  your
  76. 76.  Johari
  77. 77.  Window -Independently:
  78. 78.  Fill
  79. 79.  in
  80. 80.  your
  81. 81.   Arena
  82. 82.  and
  83. 83.  Hidden
  84. 84.  Arena -
  85. 85.  With
  86. 86.  a
  87. 87.  PARTNER: Fill
  88. 88.  out
  89. 89.  the
  90. 90.  Blind
  91. 91.  SPOT
  92. 92.   worksheet -
  93. 93.  Write
  94. 94.  what
  95. 95.  you
  96. 96.  seen
  97. 97.  in
  98. 98.  the
  99. 99.   other
  100. 100.  person: -
  101. 101.  traits -
  102. 102.  habits
  103. 103.  they
  104. 104.  do-
  105. 105.  verbal/non
  106. 106.  verbal
  107. 107.  ways
  108. 108.  they
  109. 109.   communicate
  110. 110. REFLECT Using
  111. 111.  the
  112. 112.  feedback
  113. 113.  on
  114. 114.  your
  115. 115.  BLIND
  116. 116.  SPOT
  117. 117.  worksheet
  118. 118.  fill
  119. 119.  in
  120. 120.  that
  121. 121.  section
  122. 122.  of
  123. 123.  your
  124. 124.  Johari
  125. 125.   Window.
  126. 126.   THEN
  127. 127.  in
  128. 128.  your
  129. 129.  journal
  130. 130.  REFLECT-
  131. 131.   What
  132. 132.  does
  133. 133.  all
  134. 134.  this
  135. 135.  mean
  136. 136.  to
  137. 137.  you?
  138. 138.   Why
  139. 139.  is
  140. 140.  the
  141. 141.  Johari
  142. 142.  Window
  143. 143.  method
  144. 144.   important?
  145. 145.   How
  146. 146.  can
  147. 147.  you
  148. 148.  use
  149. 149.  this
  150. 150.  information?
  151. 151.   —―
  152. 152.  At
  153. 153.  work? —―
  154. 154.  At
  155. 155.  home
  156. 156.  with
  157. 157.  the
  158. 158.  family? —―
  159. 159.  In
  160. 160.  the
  161. 161.  community
  162. 162.  with
  163. 163.  friends
  164. 164.  and
  165. 165.  

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