Ch. 1 quizIf you have your notes you can use them on the quiz.
BELL WORKWrite about a time you made a decision and laterrealized you made the wrong decision. Could youhave done something different? Was the decisionyours or did you listen to someone else? Alsowrite down a short term goal you have for thisclass and a long term goal you have in life.
SKILLS FOR A HEALTHY LIFE MAKING DECISIONS AND SETTING GOALS
OBJECTIVES• Describe how decisions can affect your health of you and others.• Develop decision making skills to develop healthful choices.• Identify the benefits of setting goals
DECISIONSAs you grow older you become more responsible. Meaning you have to understand the short and long term consequences of your decisions.
DECISIONS• Even minor decisions have major consequences.• Example “deciding to go to a party where drugs and alcohol are being used”• What would be some major consequences?
THE DECISION MAKING PROCESSThe decision making process is a series of six steps to help you make the best decision.decision making The process of making a choice or finding a solution
STEP 1• STATE THE SITUATION – What are the facts – Is anyone else involved
Step 2• List the options – Make a list of all your options – Be as complete as possible
Step 3• Weight the possible outcomes – Use the H.E.L.P. formula • H – Healthful • E – Ethical • L – Legal • P – Parental Approval
Step 4• Consider your values – Values will help you make the decision best for YOU. values The beliefs and principles that guide the way a person lives.
Step 5• Make a decision and act – Once you have completed steps 1-4 it’s time to make the decision and act. – Commit to the decision
Step 6• Evaluate your decision – If the outcome was not what you wanted, start over and try again.
Activity“Your friend comes to you and gives you the answer key to your math test .” What do you do. With a partner go through the 6 steps of decision making.
SETTING REALISTIC GOALSGoal setting is an important part of life. It helps you see what you want out of life.goal setting The process of working toward something you want to accomplishA realistic goal is goal that you can reach
REALISTIC GOALSWhy is it important to set realistic goals?What is an example of unrealistic goal?Why is it important to have goals?Give me some of your life Goals?
TYPES OF GOALSThere are 2 types of GoalsShort TermLong TermGive an example of a short term goal?Give an example of a long term goal?
GOAL SETTING PROCESS• 1. Identify a goal and write it down
GOAL SETTING PROCESS• 2. List the steps to take to reach your goal
GOAL SETTING PROCESS• 3. Get help and support from others
GOAL SETTING PROCESS• 4. Identify and overcome specific obstacles
GOAL SETTING PROCESS• 5. Evaluate your progress
GOAL SETTING PROCESS• 6. Give yourself a reward
ACTIVITYI want you to set a goal for this class. I want you to set a goal of what Grade you want. Write down the 6 steps of setting a goal. We will share our answers.