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  • 1. Lesson 1 Relationships & Communication
  • 2.
    • Evaluate the effects of family relationships on physical, mental/emotional, and social health
    • Evaluate the positive & negative effects of relationships with peers
    • Demonstrate communication skills that build & maintain healthy relationships
  • 3.
    • Families help provide basic physical needs. Ex. food, shelter, care when ill.
    • Families provide emotional support in times of need.
    • Families provide structure for our lives. Ex. organize activities and schedule times.
    • (Healthy families look out for your best interest)
  • 4.
    • Beliefs & standards of conduct that are important to a person
    • Instilled through cultural heritage, religious beliefs, and family traditions
    • You use your values to make decisions everyday.
  • 5. Sow an act, and you reap a habit. Sow a habit, and you reap a character. Sow a character, and you reap a destiny. — Charles Read, 1814-1884
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    • Achievement Ambition Appreciation Believe In Yourself Caring Character Class And Grace Commitment Common Ground Compassion Confidence Courage Courtesy Dedication Determination
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    • As we mature ,we meet people outside our families and we make new friends who share our interests and values.
    • These friends can be a source of positive or negative influence and can exert “peer pressure”
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    • Forming mature relationships with your peers is important for your social health
    • Being involved in a variety of school, religious, and community activities can promote your mental, emotional and social growth.
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    • As you develop relationships with new people or groups, you may experience peer pressure
    • Peer pressure is the influence that people your age may have on you
    • Peer pressure can be positive or negative
  • 13.
    • Peer pressure is especially influential for adolescents with low self-esteem who are trying to be accepted by other teens.
    • In order to feel a sense of belonging, teens may engage in high-risk behaviors or activities that go against their values
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    • Considered an important social activity
    • Group dates offer teens opportunities to interact with a variety of people.
    • Steady dating is when two people date each other exclusively.
  • 16.
    • The process by which you send and receive messages
    • Essential to any successful relationship
    • Good communication skills help you keep relationships healthy and mature
  • 17.
    • Speak directly to the person.
    • Provide a clear, organized message that states the situation.
    • Clearly express your feelings, thoughts, ideas and expectations.
    • Use “I” messages to avoid placing blame.
    • Maintain a polite tone in your voice.
    • Note: Body language should match your words or you will send a mixed message
  • 18.
    • Good listening skills means listening to what others say. Guidelines for being a good listener:
    • Give your full attention to the person speaking.
    • Focus on the speaker’s message.
    • Indicate your interest.
    • Remember what the speaker had said.
    • Use positive body language.
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    • Any disagreement, struggle, or fight, often due to a lack of communication
      • Using the T.A.L.K
      • strategy can help you reach a peaceful resolution.
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    • T - Take time out
    • A - Allow each person to express
    • his/her opinion uninterrupted
    • L - Let each person take turns to ask questions and clarify any statements
    • K - Keep brainstorming to find a good solution
  • 24.
    • Good communication is especially important in dating relationships.
    • Express yourselves honestly and listen to what the other person is saying.
    • “ Choose your battles wisely”
    • Avoid unnecessary conflict.
  • 25.
    • 1.Evaluate ways your parents, guardians, and other family members contribute to your physical, mental and emotional health and help you establish healthy relationships.
    • 2.Define the term peer pressure and evaluate positive & negative effects of relationships with peers.
  • 26.
    • 3. List three benefits of dating.
    • 4. Explain & demonstrate the importance of using good communication skills in building & maintaining healthy relationships. Give two examples.
    • 5. Make a list of positive ways you can develop healthy relationships with your peers. Describe specific actions you can take to become a good friend.