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April 12   jeopardy - individual and familiy living test 2 review April 12 jeopardy - individual and familiy living test 2 review Presentation Transcript

  • Individual and Family Living Jeopardy
  •  Class divides into teams.  Correct answer gets the points and the choice for next question. ◦ Judge may choose to give part points  A correct answer means you relax for 2 rounds. (give others a try, participate in your head)  Team with most points at the end wins! The Rules
  • Relationships Effective Managing Managing Words To Communication Relationships Conflicts Know 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50 Individual and Family Living Jeopardy View slide
  • What are the three main types of relationships we studied? (Remember FFF) ANSWER View slide
  • Family Friendships Functional BOARD
  • Explain the meaning of exploit / exploitation ANSWER
  • Exploit: to use a person to gain an unfair or unbalanced benefit Exploitation: a relationship where the balance of benefits from one side to the other is very unequal BOARD
  • What is the goal of a functional relationship? AND List 3 of them. ANSWER
  • Goal: to meet our needs and wants other than emotional (financial, education, work, purchases, etc) Lawyer / Client Doctor / Patient Teacher / Student Boss / Worker … BOARD
  • Describe in as much detail as you can, the social exchange theory of relationships. ANSWER
  • Relationships have benefits (happiness, security, love, money), they also have costs (time, stress, sadness). If the benefits of any relationship are greater or equal to the costs, it is worth keeping. Otherwise it should be ended. BOARD
  • Explain a situation where the social exchange theory of relationships DOES NOT explain why a person remains in a certain relationship. ANSWER
  • 50 points up for grabs… show me what you know.  BOARD
  • What is communication? What roles are needed in every communication? ANSWER
  • The exchange (trading) of information between 2 or more parties (groups of people) It requires: A message-sender A message-receiver BOARD
  • Explain how a person might make his verbal communication more clear when talking to a someone in-person. ANSWER
  • Combine verbal with non-verbal to make it more clear. Use body language! BOARD
  • What are mixed messages? ANSWER
  • When your verbal communication sends one message, and your non-verbal communication sends another message. Want them? Don’t want them? BOARD
  • What is feedback? Give one verbal example and one non-verbal example. ANSWER
  • When the receiver sends small messages send back to the sender to show that they are listening and if they understand. BOARD
  • Explain how a person can listen more effectively (listen better). ANSWER
  • Use active listening. - Give feedback - Be positive - Don’t interrupt - Try to understand the reason for the communication - Keep an open mind - Connect with the speaker - Concentrate - Control your emotions BOARD
  • “Anger is not a normal emotion and is not common in healthy relationships.” Give your opinion. ANSWER
  • Not true! It is normal to get angry sometimes. MOST relationships (healthy and unhealthy) will have some angry moments at some time. BOARD
  • What are some problems that can happen when our anger is not controlled well? ANSWER
  • Physical Attacks (Fights) Verbal Attacks (Arguments / Insults) Suppression / Explosion BOARD
  • What is the meaning of tolerance? ANSWER
  • The ability to accept the beliefs, values, and points of view of other people, especially when they are different for your own. BOARD
  • What is peer pressure? Give one example of positive peer pressure and one example of negative peer pressure. ANSWER
  • Peer Pressure: when someone close to your age tries to guide, manipulate, or control your behaviour Examples will be different. BOARD
  • What are the steps of the “Anger Management Process” Any / All of them. More steps – More points. ANSWER
  • 1. Accept that you are angry. 2. Find the cause of your anger. 3. Find ways to manage the situation. 4. Talk about the situation with someone you trust 5. Focus on the positive or humerous parts of the situation 6. Learn to forgive and forget BOARD
  • Describe one of the different kinds of conflicts we discussed in class. ANSWER
  • Power Struggles Personality Differences Situational Conflicts BOARD
  • What is “Acquiescence”? ANSWER
  • When a behaviour is causing a conflict, and a person chooses to stop the behaviour to fix the conflict. Perhaps the behaviour is not very important. BOARD
  • What is the difference between negotiation and mediation? ANSWER
  • Negotiation – happens between the people IN the conflict Mediation – brings a new person in from outside the conflict to help find a solution BOARD
  • The last step of the negotiation process is “Dealing With Failure”. How can a failed negotiation change a relationship? ANSWER
  • Depending on the importance of the conflict it can change the relationship a little or a lot. Unresolved (no agreement) conflicts that are very important will often end a relationship. BOARD
  • Stereotyping ANSWER
  • Taking a characteristic that is true for SOME people in a group, and assuming (thinking) it is true for ALL the people in the group. BOARD
  • Prejudice ANSWER
  • Having a negative opinion about a person or group of people, with no good reasons for that negative opinion BOARD
  • Bias, Ethnocentrism (BOTH!) ANSWER
  • Bias: Showing that you like one point of view, or one result, or one idea more than another one Ethnocentrism: Believing that your culture is “the best” BOARD
  • Give an example of a conflict situation, and an effective use of an “I message” that could be used to help solve this conflict. ANSWER
  • Answers will vary. BOARD