Deaf Can Module 3: The Deaf Youth, on Manners and Peer Pressure
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Deaf Can Module 3: The Deaf Youth, on Manners and Peer Pressure Deaf Can Module 3: The Deaf Youth, on Manners and Peer Pressure Presentation Transcript

  • The Deaf Youth on Proper Manners and Peer Pressure By Ana Arce
  • Ten Basic Manners
  • Objective:
    • To know what you need to do and how to behave.
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  • Ten Basic Manners:
    • Waiting your turn and not interrupting other people when they are signing/speaking.
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  • 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.
  • Peer Pressure
  • Objectives:
    • 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
    • Dress
    • Hairstyle
    • Make-up
    • Alcohol
    • Drugs
    • Hanging out
    • Sex
    • Attitude
    • Games
    Areas of Peer Pressure
    • Games
    • Deaf Community
    • Fast Food
    • Smoke
    • Disco Party
    • Gadgets
    • Here are some good things friends can pressure each other to do:
    • Be honest
    • Avoid alcohol
    • Avoid drugs
    • Not smoke
    • Be nice
    • Respect others
    • Work hard
    • Exercise (together!)
    • 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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