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  • 1.  
  • 2. PEER PRESSURE: The feeling someone your own age is pushing you toward making a certain choice, good or bad.
  • 3. SPOKEN Also called DIRECT pressure. It’s when a person asks you directly to do something, or says things to you that push you toward a certain choice.
  • 4.
    • REJECTION - Leaving someone out or ending a friendship
  • 5.
    • REJECTION - Leaving someone out or ending a friendship
    • PUT DOWN - Insults or name calling to make a person feel bad
  • 6.
    • REJECTION - Leaving someone out or ending a friendship
    • PUT DOWN - Insults or name calling to make a person feel bad
    • REASONING - Giving reasons why it’s okay to do something or to act in a certain way
  • 7.  
  • 8. UNSPOKEN Also called INDIRECT pressure. It’s when nothing is actually said to you, but because you see others doing something, you feel pressure to do the same.
  • 9.
    • THE HUDDLE - A group stands together with their backs to others talking or laughing
  • 10.
    • THE HUDDLE - A group stands together with their backs to others talking or laughing
    • THE “LOOK” - When cool kids give looks or smirks that say “We’re cool – you’re not”
  • 11.
    • THE HUDDLE - A group stands together with their backs to others talking or laughing
    • THE “LOOK” - When cool kids give looks or smirks that say “We’re cool – you’re not”
    • THE EXAMPLE - When kids show off something that sets examples others want to follow
  • 12.  
  • 13.
    • BE AWARE OF CHANGES IN STUDENT CLIQUES - Who do your students associate with?
  • 14.
    • BE AWARE OF CHANGES IN STUDENT CLIQUES - Who do your students associate with?
    • NOTE CHANGES IN STUDENT BEHAVIORS - Is an assertive student suddenly a follower?
  • 15.
    • BE AWARE OF CHANGES IN STUDENT CLIQUES - Who do your students associate with?
    • NOTE CHANGES IN STUDENT BEHAVIORS - Is an assertive student suddenly a follower?
    • WATCH FOR TRENDS - What are your students buying or
    • wearing?
  • 16.  
  • 17.
    • DISCUSS BOTH POSITIVE & AND NEGATIVE Talk about the consequences of both
  • 18.
    • DISCUSS BOTH POSITIVE & AND NEGATIVE Talk about the consequences of both
    • DISCUSS COPING STRATEGIES - Give students suggestions for dealing with peer pressure
  • 19.
    • DISCUSS BOTH POSITIVE & AND NEGATIVE Talk about the consequences of both
    • DISCUSS COPING STRATEGIES - Give students suggestions for dealing with peer pressure
    • SET A GOOD EXAMPLE - Don’t use peer pressure to keep your
    • students in line & don’t
    • join a peer group yourself
  • 20.