RELATIONSHIPS & VIOLENCE/ RHS: Qtr. 3<br />CHPTS. 6,8,9<br />A Healthy Relationship<br />Communication and Respect<br />Pe...
Define:<br />**Relationship<br />A bond or connection you have with other people<br />**Friendship<br />A significant rela...
**Cooperation<br />Working together for the good of all<br />**Compromise<br />Problem solving method in which each partic...
***There are 3 Styles of communication: (SEE p.pts. 12 & 13) <br />Aggressive<br />Being overly forceful, pushy or hostile...
A. Assertive Refusal: <br />State your position/ stand your ground/ suggest alternatives to those pushing you-sometimes th...
Passive and Aggressive Responses:<br />Passive:<br />**Ultimately you are viewed as a pushover even though it seems easier...
1. **Speaking Skills: Say what you mean to the person you need to say it to (I and You messages next slide))<br />2. **Lis...
Ways to practice<br />1. Don’t interrupt: Give your full attention to the speaker<br />2. Show interest: Eye contact/ nodd...
DEFINE: <br />**Harassment—Persistently annoying other people<br />**Manipulation—An indirect and dishonest way to control...
Avoid high risk activities<br />Ex. **Places with alcohol and drugs<br />	**Being alone at home on a date or in an isolate...
Dating:<br />**Establish healthy dating expectations/ what are some?<br />Treat each other with respect and consideration<...
Affection:<br />**Think about priorities and set limits on how much affection is okay<br />Communication:<br />**Discuss y...
**Conflicts: (L.1)<br />Any disagreement, struggle, or fight<br />How does conflict Escalate to violence/abuse:<br />**A c...
**Practice Conflict Resolution:<br />The process of ending conflict through cooperation and problem solving/compromise<br ...
Violence:<br />Threats or actual physical force to harm another person or their property<br />**Most violent crimes center...
Rape:<br />Any form of sexual intercourse that place against a person’s will<br />***Survivors need time to heal physicall...
North Carolina General Statute 115C-47(52)<br />To Ensure That Certain Students Receive Information Annually on Lawfully A...
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Unit 4 Interpersonal Communication and Relationships (ICR)

  1. 1. RELATIONSHIPS & VIOLENCE/ RHS: Qtr. 3<br />CHPTS. 6,8,9<br />A Healthy Relationship<br />Communication and Respect<br />Peers and Friendships<br />Abstinence<br />Conflicts , Violence & Abuse<br />
  2. 2. Define:<br />**Relationship<br />A bond or connection you have with other people<br />**Friendship<br />A significant relationship between two people that is based on: <br />trust caring<br />Consideration<br />**Role<br />The part you play in your relationships<br />The Healthy Relationship (chpt. 6/L.1)<br />
  3. 3. **Cooperation<br />Working together for the good of all<br />**Compromise<br />Problem solving method in which each participant gives up something to reach a solution<br />DEFINITIONS: CHPT. 6/L.1<br />
  4. 4. ***There are 3 Styles of communication: (SEE p.pts. 12 & 13) <br />Aggressive<br />Being overly forceful, pushy or hostile/ may involve bullying or intimidation<br />Assertive<br />Expressing your views clearly and respectfully/ standing up for your rights and beliefs while respecting others and their rights—helps come up with a solution and improve relationships with others<br />Passive<br />Being unwilling or unable to express thoughts and feelings in a direct or firm manner/ usually a person who dislikes conflict and/or arguments<br />Effective Communication (chpt. 6/L.3)<br />
  5. 5. A. Assertive Refusal: <br />State your position/ stand your ground/ suggest alternatives to those pushing you-sometimes this takes more than one effort<br />Examples: body language, strong eye contact, ***ultimately must be willing to walk away—when things don’t work<br />How does a teen deal with Negative Peer Pressure? <br />
  6. 6. Passive and Aggressive Responses:<br />Passive:<br />**Ultimately you are viewed as a pushover even though it seems easier and more friendly<br />Aggressive:<br />This is so overly forceful that it usually involves<br />Yelling shouting shoving<br />Other verbal and physical forces<br />These reactions are harmful physically and emotionally<br />Role Play p.203 8.7<br />Cont… dealing with Peer Pressure<br />
  7. 7. 1. **Speaking Skills: Say what you mean to the person you need to say it to (I and You messages next slide))<br />2. **Listening Skills: You can make sure messages get through by active listening<br />(How to practice….next slide)<br />3. **Nonverbal : How you say something and the body language behind it can say far more than the words themselves (examples next slide)<br />What are 3 skills we can learn to communicate effectively<br />
  8. 8. Ways to practice<br />1. Don’t interrupt: Give your full attention to the speaker<br />2. Show interest: Eye contact/ nodding/ positive comments<br />3. Restate what you hear:<br />4. Ask questions: Clarifies thoughts<br />**5. Show empathy: Let the other person know that you can relate/ avoid passing judgment<br />**What is active listening:Paying close attention to what someone is saying and communicating<br />
  9. 9. DEFINE: <br />**Harassment—Persistently annoying other people<br />**Manipulation—An indirect and dishonest way to control and influence people <br />See 8.5/ What are some common forms of manipulation? **(See RHS slides)<br />Threats Blackmail Flattery<br />Bribing Mocking Guilt trips<br />Peer Pressure and Refusal Skills(chpt. 8/L.2)<br />
  10. 10. Avoid high risk activities<br />Ex. **Places with alcohol and drugs<br /> **Being alone at home on a date or in an isolated place<br />Take responsibility for your own well being<br />Ex. **It is the only 100% method of eliminating health risks like STD’s (50% are ages 15-24) spread from person to person through sexual contact , unplanned pregnancy (BOTH HAVE LIFELONGCONSEQUENCES)<br />**Make a deliberate decision which takes planning and self-control (actions overriding emotions)<br />**Is it normal to have sexual feelings? Yes<br />Can you control the reaction to these ? Yes<br />What are strategies to help commit to Abstinence<br />
  11. 11. Dating:<br />**Establish healthy dating expectations/ what are some?<br />Treat each other with respect and consideration<br />**Be honest with thoughts and feelings—”LISTEN”<br />Never feel pressured to go against your values<br />**Set CLEAR limits: Examples<br />What age will I date where will you go<br />How will you get there what will you do<br />**Set limits on “what is affection” <br />PRACTICING ABSTINENCE (chpt.8/L.3)—How to stay committed<br />
  12. 12. Affection:<br />**Think about priorities and set limits on how much affection is okay<br />Communication:<br />**Discuss your limits with the person you date—Realize Movies and Television with sexual content influences your choices to be abstinent<br />**Talk with an adult:<br />Do they have valid suggestions<br />Beware of online friendships and alert adults<br />**Date a person who shares your values & beliefs<br />How to Gain Self Control <br />
  13. 13. **Conflicts: (L.1)<br />Any disagreement, struggle, or fight<br />How does conflict Escalate to violence/abuse:<br />**A conflict that is becoming more serious<br />**What causes this?<br />**Power struggles: won’t leave you alone Loyalties<br />**Jealousy & envy Property disputes<br />Attitudes & values **Lack of respect<br />**Is conflict normal? Yes<br />**Can it be positive? Yes (Relationships can be strengthened)<br />CONFLICT, VIOLENCE, ABUSE (chpt.9/ L.1-4)<br />
  14. 14. **Practice Conflict Resolution:<br />The process of ending conflict through cooperation and problem solving/compromise<br />**What is negotiation?<br />The use of communication and/or compromise to settle a disagreement<br />**What is mediation?<br />A neutral party coming in and helping others to resolve their conflict<br />How to Prevent Conflicts and Respond:(chpt. 9/ L.1&2<br />
  15. 15. Violence:<br />Threats or actual physical force to harm another person or their property<br />**Most violent crimes center around alcohol and drug use<br />Gang Violence:<br />Usually involves robbery, drug dealing, violent attacks<br />**Teens belonging to gangs are more likely than others to commit serious crimes and acts of violence<br />Homicide:<br />**The willful killing of one human being by another<br />2nd LEADING cause of death in TEENS (#1 Car Accidents)<br />VIOLENCE (chpt.9/L.3)<br />
  16. 16. Rape:<br />Any form of sexual intercourse that place against a person’s will<br />***Survivors need time to heal physically and emotionally. Most will suffer from fear, guilt and shame. <br />***Professional Help will always be needed<br />Date Rape:<br />One person in a dating relationship forces the other to take part in sexual intercourse (most common form of rape)<br />Fact: 40% of female rape victims know their attacker or are romantically involved with them<br />Tips to Avoid Rape:<br />If you don’t know them REALLY well—don’t be alone<br />Avoid Alcohol and Drugs<br />Don’t leave beverages unattended<br />Make sure you have a way home if things don’t go well<br />RAPE/ DATE RAPE (chpt. 9/L.3 & 4)<br />
  17. 17. North Carolina General Statute 115C-47(52)<br />To Ensure That Certain Students Receive Information Annually on Lawfully Abandoning a Newborn Baby. <br />Students in grades nine through 12 receive information annually on the manner in which a parent may lawfully abandon a newborn baby with a responsible person, in accordance with G.S. 7B‑500. : Give handout and answer questions on this Law…<br />

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