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Variety of slides used to create one complete slide for grade 10 Life Orientation about positive self concepts.

Variety of slides used to create one complete slide for grade 10 Life Orientation about positive self concepts.

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  • 1. Welcome... I am miss J van schalkwyk.
  • 2. a confidence and satisfaction in oneself : self-respect
  • 3. According to psychologists, self-esteem refers to a person’s self evaluation. How every individual sees themselves, whether it be important, smart, worthwhile, or just the opposite of each of those. They say healthy self-esteem is not bragging, but knowing in your mind that you have a lot of self-worth.
  • 4. IMPORTANT WORDS TO REMEMBER Self-concept: Picture or perception of ourselves/ a person's mental model of his or her abilities and attributes Self Efficacy: The set of beliefs that one can perform adequately in a particular situation.
  • 5. Self confidence is assuredness in one’s personal judgement and abilities. Self efficacy refers to confidence in one’s ability to carry out a specific task.
  • 6. Self-ideal: The way we would like to be Self-actualization A concept in personality psychology referring to a person's constant striving to realize his or her potential and to develop inherent talents and capabilities. Self-awareness The top level of consciousness; cognizance of the autobiographical character of personally experienced events.
  • 7. Grade 10 self-awareness, self-esteem, self development Let us have a look at today's topic about how we perceive ourselves... Today's lesson is about self-awareness, self-esteem, self development.
  • 8. Self confidence results from 5 sources of information: 1. Personal experiences, or things we have done. 2. The experiences of others, or modeling. 3. Social comparison.
  • 9. 4. Social persuasion – the process of convincing another person. 5. Emotional arousal – how you feel about events around you and how you manage your emotions.
  • 10. SELF-AWARENESS “Self-awareness” refers to the capacity to become the object of one’s own attention. • It occurs when an organism focuses not on the external environment, but on the internal milieu; • It becomes a reflective observer, processing self-information. • The organism becomes aware that it is awake and actually experiencing specific mental events, emitting behaviors, and possessing unique characteristics.
  • 11. SELF-AWARENESS CONT. Self Awareness can be defined as the ability to perceive one’s own existence, including one’s own traits, feelings and behaviors. It is a personal understanding of the one’s own identity. It is the basis for many other human traits, such as accountability and consciousness. Self Awareness is empowering because it can reveal where the performance problems are and indicate what can be done to improve performance
  • 12. Dr. Joe Rubinos high self-esteem brings out true self of your child Having low self-esteem can affect  your life in more ways than you can  possibly imagine. A low self-esteem  means that you constantly doubt  your capabilities, you think very  poorly of yourself and you can never  put yourself to achieve your highest  potential.
  • 13. Dr. Joe Rubinos high self-esteem brings out true self of your child Self Esteem understands that having a low self-esteem can influence any child’s personal growth and communication, as well as the relationships that he or she will share with other people.  
  • 14. It has been our ability to change and adapt that has made us the most successful animals on the planet. In times of need human beings have effected change in their behaviour in order to save lives. The radical changes of the 20th century have changed our lives so profoundly that it is hard to imagine any other way of living.
  • 15. MOREIMPORTANT WORDS Self Esteem: Feelings we have about ourselves Self Esteem: A realistic respect for or favorable impression of one self; Self respect (Dictionary.com)
  • 16. S esteem refers to a positive overall evaluation of oneself – elf a feeling that one is com petent to cope with life’s challenges and worthy of happiness Self concept is what we think about ourselves Self esteem is what we feel about ourselves
  • 17. Although early life experiences have a major impact on self-esteem, experiences in adult life also play a role.
  • 18. WHAT DO YOU UNDERSTAND BY SELF-ESTEEM? Self + Esteem The total, essential, or particular being of a person; the individual: +Worth, Value, Opinion ,judgment Self-esteem refers to the way we see and think about ourselves Self esteem is your opinion of yourself. High self esteem is a good opinion of yourself and low self esteem is a bad opinion of yourself.
  • 19. SELF-ESTEEM IS NOT... Self Esteem is NOT dependant upon what other people think of you Self Esteem is not egotism, arrogance, narcissism/selfishness, or a desire to feel superior to others
  • 20. SELF-ESTEEM ● So how do we measure selfesteem??????????
  • 21. Most of us have an image of what low esteem looks like, but is not always so easy to recognize. Here are three common faces that low self esteem may wear: Impostor Rebel Loser
  • 22. IMPOSTER The impostor: pretends to be happy and successful, but is really terrified of failure. Lives with the constant fear that she or he will “found out”. Needs continuous success to maintain the mask of positive self esteem, which may lead to problems with perfectionism, competition and burnout
  • 23. He acts as helpless and unable to cope with the world and waits for someone to come to the rescue. Uses self pity or indifferences as a guard against fear of taking responsibility for changing his or her life. Looks constantly to others for guidance which can lead to such problems as lacking assertiveness skills, under- achievement, and excessive reliance on others in relationship.
  • 24. REBEL He acts against the opinions or good will of others- especially people who are important or powerful- don’t matter. Lives with constant anger about not feeling “good enough”. Continuously needs to prove that other’s judgment and criticisms don’t hurt, which may lead to problems like blaming others excessively, breaking rules and laws, or fighting authority.
  • 25. ?????SELF-ESTEEM????? Your self esteem depends on many questions: Is your job worthwhile? Do others respect what you do? Do you?      Do you believe you are successful?   How do you see yourself (your self image)?    - Improve your self esteem - Boost your self confidence -  How do you feel about your strengths and weaknesses?   What do you think of your social status?   How do you relate to others?   Can you make your own decisions? A lack of choices leads to low self esteem. 
  • 26. HOW DO WE DEVELOP SELF-ESTEEM? A person develops his/her self esteem throughout the life through experiences. In this regard childhood experiences play an important role in shaping self esteem.
  • 27. Change the bad Appreciate life Leader to others Good Self Esteem Willing to try new things Believes in self Accept failure Doesn’t submit to peer pressure Is not a threat to others
  • 28. IMPORTANCE OF A POSITIVE SELF-ESTEEM Having a healthy self – esteem creates confidence, self-reliance, and overall happiness in an individual Self esteem increases your confidence. If you have confidence you will respect yourself and then you can respect others, improve your relationships and become happier....this is not a selfish goal as you will contribute more and share yourself with the world and those around you.
  • 29. THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HIGH AND LOW SELFESTEEM High Self Esteem If you are being praised If you are listened to If you are being spoken to respectfully If you are getting attention Experiencing success Having trust worthy friends Low Self Esteem Experiencing Continuous Failure Being expected to perfect all the time Being Ignored or made fun of Having physical or emotional punishment Being criticized
  • 30. No one can Make you feel inferior Without your Consent. Eleanor Roosevelt
  • 31. Learn to be more assertive and not feel guilty about saying no Think positively Believe on your self Make plans for the future .Set and achieve goals Do something challenging each day Look your best Eat correctly Do something for someone else Learn a new skill
  • 32. Emphasize your strengths. Change what can be changed. Some things fast, others gradual, and others never. There are things we inherit but we can change our attitude about it. Try new experiences.
  • 33. Self-awareness helps you exploit your strengths and cope with your weakness. For instance, if you are someone who is good at “seeing the big picture “ that surrounds decisions, but not as good at focusing on the details, you might want to consult colleagues and subordinates that are more detailed- oriented when making major decisions. Co- operation between big- picture –oriented decisions makers and detailed- oriented decision makers can produce high quality decisions.
  • 34. There are two different people in the world. One that says “I wish I had” and the one that says “I’m glad I did”. Remember you can have anything in this world if you just believe in yourself.
  • 35. Accept yourself: Stop worrying about the things you can’t change. Be more accepting of others and the things they can’t change. Try not to compare with others. It’s unfair. You may compare their strengths with your weaknesses. Judge yourself in terms of your own growth
  • 36. SPECIAL THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING SLIDESHARES THAT HAVE ASSISTED ME IN ALLOWING ME TO USE THESE SLIDES TO MAKE ONE FOR GRADE 10's 1. Dr joe Rubinos By Praveenben http://www.parenting-skills.org 2. The confince site www.theconfidencesite
  • 37. 3.Mrs Najim-un-nisa university student 4. WIP -www.whatispsychology.biz 5. Self Awareness and self=esteem by Babasab Patil
  • 38. LAST BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY... You are a unique individual. No one else is like you in the whole world. This makes you special already! Our time in this world is limited. Make it happen for you so you leave your mark in history!