Ten Basic Manners: 2. No name calling Fatty Bella!
Ten Basic Manners: 3. Always greet someone on first meeting.
Ten Basic Manners: 4. Say, "Please" and "Thank you" often. Also say, “You’re Welcome”.
Ten Basic Manners: 5. Always be presentable
Ten Basic Manners: 6. Have good sportsmanship. Be nice!
Ten Basic Manners: 7. Take compliments courteously.
Ten Basic Manners: 8. Be a gentleman (example: Opening doors for others)
Ten Basic Manners: 9. Exiting/Entering etiquette
Ten Basic Manners: 10. Respect differences.
To recognize different types of spoken and unspoken pressure.
To identify different types of spoken and unspoken pressure.
To show different types of spoken and unspoken pressure.
To know how to handle negative peer pressure.
Divide to small six groups.
Give a copy of six role-playing scenarios.
Discuss with your group in 10-15 minutes.
Role-playing starts in 5 minutes.
Show role-playing what kind of pressure is.
“ Bag of Tricks” Activity
Spoken pressure: Rejection - Threatening to leave someone out or end a friendship. Bag of Tricks
Spoken pressure: PUT DOWN - Insulting or calling names to make someone feel bad. Bag of Tricks
Spoken pressure: REASONING - Giving reasons to do something or why it would be OK to do it. Bag of Tricks
Unspoken pressure: THE HUDDLE - A group stands together talking or laughing, maybe looking at something you can’t see, with their backs out to others. Bag of Tricks
Unspoken pressure: THE LOOK - Kids who think they’re cool give a look that means: “We’re cool and you’re not.” Bag of Tricks
Unspoken pressure: THE EXAMPLE - Popular kids simply buy or wear or do something, and because they set an example, others want to follow. Bag of Tricks
Scared Calm Cool Stupid Embarrassed Abandoned Out of Control Confused Obvious Ignorant Angry Smart Excited Curious Alone Ugly Nervous Attractive Disrespected Powerless Hurting Depressed Jealous Low-esteem Feeling Words
What is peer pressure? Meaning of Peer Pressure
Peer – someone in your own age group Pressure – the feeling that someone your own is pushing you toward age group a certain choice, good or bad Meaning of Peer Pressure
Peer Pressure means… the feeling that someone your own age is pushing you toward making a certain choice, good or bad Meaning of Peer Pressure
Areas of Peer Pressure
Here are some good things friends can pressure each other to do:
Go to church
Peer Pressure can be good, too
You have the right to say “No”, the right not to give a reason why, and the right to just walk away from a situation.
Dr. Dave and Dr. Dee (2011). 10 Basic Manner for Kids. Retrieved from http://www.drdaveanddee.com/manners1.html The Cool Spot Website. Peer Pressure. www.thecoolspot.gov http://www.thecoolspot.gov/right_to_resist.asp http://www.thecoolspot.gov/Documents/2PeerPressureBagofTricks%20FINAL%20Edits%2010-31-07MG.pdf References
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