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ALPINE SKI HOUSE
BECOMING A
RESPONSIBLE
ADOLESCENT
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
ALPINE SKI HOUSE 2
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
CHALLENGES OF
LATE ADOLESCENCE
3
ALPINE SKI HOUSE 4
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
 Most girls have completed the physical
changes related to puberty by age 15.
 Boys are still maturing and gaining
strength, muscle mass, and height and
are completing the development of
sexual traits.
ALPINE SKI HOUSE 5
EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
 May stress over school and test scores.
 Is self-involved (may have high expectations and low self-concept).
 Seeks privacy and time alone.
 Is concerned about physical and sexual attractiveness.
 May complain that parents prevent him or her from doing things
independently.
 Starts to want both physical and emotional intimacy in relationships.
 The experience of intimate partnerships
ALPINE SKI HOUSE 6
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
 Shifts in relationship with parents from dependency and subordination to
one that reflects the adolescent’s increasing maturity and responsibilities
in the family and the community,
 Is more and more aware of social behaviors of friends.
 Seeks friends that share the same beliefs, values, and interests.
 Friends become more important.
 Starts to have more intellectual interests.
 May be influenced by peers to try risky behaviors (alcohol, tobacco, sex).
 Explores romantic and sexual behaviors with others.
ALPINE SKI HOUSE 7
MENTAL DEVELOPMENT
 Becomes better able to set goals and
think in terms of the future.
 Has a better understanding of
complex problems and issues. o Starts
to develop moral ideals and to select
role models.
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
WAYS TO
BECOME A
RESPONSIBLE
ADOLESCENT
PREPARED FOR
ADULT LIFE
8
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
Becoming responsible and being able to make good choices
are very important traits no matter what developmental stage
you are in. It holds true for adolescents especially that they
are just beginning to internalize and imbibe virtues, values,
and other essential qualities.
It may not be easy to be a teenager. There may be lots of
things going on in various facets of their lives. The demands
and expectations of their parents and other people around
them can also be stressful. But the good news is, they can
treat these ‘difficulties’ as ‘challenges’ which can make their
life exciting. Having that mindset is also an indication of
becoming a responsible and mentally mature adolescent.
9
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
1.Focus on your studies and do well in all of your endeavors. There is
time for everything.
2.Take care of your health and hygiene. Healthy body and mind are
important as you journey through adolescence.
3.Establish good communication and relation with your parents or
guardian. Listen to them. This may be easier said than done at this
stage, but creating good relationship with them will do you good
as they are the ones you can lean on especially in times of trouble.
10
EIGHT (8) SIMPLE RULES
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
4.“Think many times before you do anything.” Evaluate the probable
consequences/results before you act on a certain situation. Practice
self-control and self-discipline.
5.Choose to do the right thing. There are many situations in which it
is better to use your mind rather than your heart.
6.Do your best to resist temptations, bad acts, and earthly pleasures
and commit to being a responsible adolescent.
11
EIGHT (8) SIMPLE RULES
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
7.Respect yourself. You are an adult in the making. Do
not let your teenage hormones get into you. If you
respect yourself, others will respect you too.
8.Be prepared to be answerable or accountable for
your actions and behavior. It is a part of growing up and
becoming an adult.
12
EIGHT (8) SIMPLE RULES
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
ALPINE SKI HOUSE 13
With FREEDOM comesRESPONSIBILITY,
If you want to experience more FREEDOM
in your life..
You must take more RESPONSIBILITY
for your choices!
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
UNDERSTANDING
STRESS IN
ADOLESCENCE
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
STRESS:
NATURE,
TYPES,
AND SYMPTOMS
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
Stress is the body’s responds to anything
that makes us feel threatened or
pressured.
It is caused by any kind of demand, to
which we must adapt, adjust, or respond.
It is the body’s automatic way of reacting
to changes, challenges, and demands
placed on us.
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
ALPINE SKI HOUSE 17
The General Model of Stress Process
Stressors
Types:
Environmental
Psychological
Social
Dimensions:
Intensity
Duration
Complexity
Predictability
Personality
Characteristics
Physiological:
Physical health
Vulnerabilities
Psychological:
Mental Health
Temperament
Self-Concept
Cultural:
Cultural Definitions
& Meanings
Resources
Physical:
Money
Personal:
Skills
Social:
Support network
Stress Appraisal
Physio logical
Response
Behavioral
Response
Emotion
al
Response
Cognitive
Response
Stress is not a factor that
resides in the individual or
the environment, instead it
is embedded in an
ongoing process that
involves individuals
transacting with their
social and cultural
environments.
NATURE OF STRESS
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
TYPES OF STRESS
 Physical and Environmental
 demands that change the state of our body. We feel strained when we overexert ourselves physically, lack a nutritious
diet, suffer an injury, or fail to get enough sleep. Environmental stresses are aspects of our surroundings that are often
unavoidable such as air pollution, crowding, noise, heat of the summer, winter cold, etc. Another group of environmental
stresses are catastrophic events or disasters such as fire, earthquake, floods, etc.
 Physchological
 stresses that we generate ourselves in our minds and are unique to the person experiencing them. These are internal
sources of stress. Some of the important sources of psychological stress are frustrations, conflicts, internal and social
pressures, etc. We worry about problems, feel anxiety, or become depressed.
 Social
 These are induced externally and result from our interaction with other people. Social events like death or illness in the
family, strained relationships, trouble with neighbors are some examples of social stresses. These social stresses vary
widely from person to person. Attending parties may be stressful for a person who likes to spend quiet evenings at home
while an outgoing person may find staying at home in the evenings stressful.
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
SYMPTOMS OF STRESS
The way one responds to stress varies depending
upon his/her personality, early upbringing and life
experiences. Everyone has their own pattern of stress
response. Hence, both the symptoms of stress can be
physical, emotional and behavioral.
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
SYMPTOMS OF STRESS
1.Emotional symptoms
becoming easily agitated, frustrated, and moody
Feeling overwhelmed, like you are losing control
or need to take control
Having difficulty relaxing and quieting your mind
Low self-esteem, lonely, worthless, and
depressed
Avoiding others
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
SYMPTOMS OF STRESS
2.Physical symptoms
 Insomnia – lack of sleep
 Low energy
 Headaches
 Nervousness and shaking, ringing in the ear, cold or sweaty hands and feet
 Upset stomach, including diarrhea, constipation, and nausea
 Aches, pains, and tense muscles
 Chest pain and rapid heartbeat
 Frequent colds and infections
 Loss of sexual desire and/or ability
 Dry mouth and difficulty swallowing
 Clenched jaw and grinding teeth
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
SYMPTOMS OF STRESS
3.Cognitive symptoms
 Forgetfulness and disorganisation
Poor judgment
Constant worrying
Racing thoughts
Inability to focus
Being pessimistic or seeing only the negative
side
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
SYMPTOMS OF STRESS
3.Cognitive symptoms
 Forgetfulness and disorganisation
Poor judgment
Constant worrying
Racing thoughts
Inability to focus
Being pessimistic or seeing only the negative
side
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
SYMPTOMS OF STRESS
4.Behavioral symptoms
Changes in appetite – either not eating or
eating too much
Increased use of alcohol, drugs, or cigarettes
Procrastinating and avoiding responsibilities
Exhibiting more nervous behaviors, such as
nail biting, fidgeting, and pacing.
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
Directions: In a long size bond
paper, make a slogan that will
encourage others to stay
healthy and avoid stress.
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
Mechanics:
• Have a ½ inch border both sides of
your bond paper (long size) (landscape)
• Use only 0.5gel ink pen (no pentel pen)
• Use crypass or crayons in coloring your
slogan (no background color) Up to
seven words excluding punctuations
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
Criteria for the Slogan:
Relevance to the Theme – 30%
Originality – 30%
Creativity – 25%
Impact & Presentation – 15%
_________
100%
ALPINE SKI HOUSE
THANK
YOU 

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PERDEV-M4.pptx

  • 1. ALPINE SKI HOUSE BECOMING A RESPONSIBLE ADOLESCENT
  • 3. ALPINE SKI HOUSE CHALLENGES OF LATE ADOLESCENCE 3
  • 4. ALPINE SKI HOUSE 4 PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT  Most girls have completed the physical changes related to puberty by age 15.  Boys are still maturing and gaining strength, muscle mass, and height and are completing the development of sexual traits.
  • 5. ALPINE SKI HOUSE 5 EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT  May stress over school and test scores.  Is self-involved (may have high expectations and low self-concept).  Seeks privacy and time alone.  Is concerned about physical and sexual attractiveness.  May complain that parents prevent him or her from doing things independently.  Starts to want both physical and emotional intimacy in relationships.  The experience of intimate partnerships
  • 6. ALPINE SKI HOUSE 6 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT  Shifts in relationship with parents from dependency and subordination to one that reflects the adolescent’s increasing maturity and responsibilities in the family and the community,  Is more and more aware of social behaviors of friends.  Seeks friends that share the same beliefs, values, and interests.  Friends become more important.  Starts to have more intellectual interests.  May be influenced by peers to try risky behaviors (alcohol, tobacco, sex).  Explores romantic and sexual behaviors with others.
  • 7. ALPINE SKI HOUSE 7 MENTAL DEVELOPMENT  Becomes better able to set goals and think in terms of the future.  Has a better understanding of complex problems and issues. o Starts to develop moral ideals and to select role models.
  • 8. ALPINE SKI HOUSE WAYS TO BECOME A RESPONSIBLE ADOLESCENT PREPARED FOR ADULT LIFE 8
  • 9. ALPINE SKI HOUSE Becoming responsible and being able to make good choices are very important traits no matter what developmental stage you are in. It holds true for adolescents especially that they are just beginning to internalize and imbibe virtues, values, and other essential qualities. It may not be easy to be a teenager. There may be lots of things going on in various facets of their lives. The demands and expectations of their parents and other people around them can also be stressful. But the good news is, they can treat these ‘difficulties’ as ‘challenges’ which can make their life exciting. Having that mindset is also an indication of becoming a responsible and mentally mature adolescent. 9
  • 10. ALPINE SKI HOUSE ALPINE SKI HOUSE 1.Focus on your studies and do well in all of your endeavors. There is time for everything. 2.Take care of your health and hygiene. Healthy body and mind are important as you journey through adolescence. 3.Establish good communication and relation with your parents or guardian. Listen to them. This may be easier said than done at this stage, but creating good relationship with them will do you good as they are the ones you can lean on especially in times of trouble. 10 EIGHT (8) SIMPLE RULES
  • 11. ALPINE SKI HOUSE ALPINE SKI HOUSE 4.“Think many times before you do anything.” Evaluate the probable consequences/results before you act on a certain situation. Practice self-control and self-discipline. 5.Choose to do the right thing. There are many situations in which it is better to use your mind rather than your heart. 6.Do your best to resist temptations, bad acts, and earthly pleasures and commit to being a responsible adolescent. 11 EIGHT (8) SIMPLE RULES
  • 12. ALPINE SKI HOUSE ALPINE SKI HOUSE 7.Respect yourself. You are an adult in the making. Do not let your teenage hormones get into you. If you respect yourself, others will respect you too. 8.Be prepared to be answerable or accountable for your actions and behavior. It is a part of growing up and becoming an adult. 12 EIGHT (8) SIMPLE RULES
  • 13. ALPINE SKI HOUSE ALPINE SKI HOUSE 13 With FREEDOM comesRESPONSIBILITY, If you want to experience more FREEDOM in your life.. You must take more RESPONSIBILITY for your choices!
  • 16. ALPINE SKI HOUSE Stress is the body’s responds to anything that makes us feel threatened or pressured. It is caused by any kind of demand, to which we must adapt, adjust, or respond. It is the body’s automatic way of reacting to changes, challenges, and demands placed on us.
  • 17. ALPINE SKI HOUSE ALPINE SKI HOUSE 17 The General Model of Stress Process Stressors Types: Environmental Psychological Social Dimensions: Intensity Duration Complexity Predictability Personality Characteristics Physiological: Physical health Vulnerabilities Psychological: Mental Health Temperament Self-Concept Cultural: Cultural Definitions & Meanings Resources Physical: Money Personal: Skills Social: Support network Stress Appraisal Physio logical Response Behavioral Response Emotion al Response Cognitive Response Stress is not a factor that resides in the individual or the environment, instead it is embedded in an ongoing process that involves individuals transacting with their social and cultural environments. NATURE OF STRESS
  • 18. ALPINE SKI HOUSE TYPES OF STRESS  Physical and Environmental  demands that change the state of our body. We feel strained when we overexert ourselves physically, lack a nutritious diet, suffer an injury, or fail to get enough sleep. Environmental stresses are aspects of our surroundings that are often unavoidable such as air pollution, crowding, noise, heat of the summer, winter cold, etc. Another group of environmental stresses are catastrophic events or disasters such as fire, earthquake, floods, etc.  Physchological  stresses that we generate ourselves in our minds and are unique to the person experiencing them. These are internal sources of stress. Some of the important sources of psychological stress are frustrations, conflicts, internal and social pressures, etc. We worry about problems, feel anxiety, or become depressed.  Social  These are induced externally and result from our interaction with other people. Social events like death or illness in the family, strained relationships, trouble with neighbors are some examples of social stresses. These social stresses vary widely from person to person. Attending parties may be stressful for a person who likes to spend quiet evenings at home while an outgoing person may find staying at home in the evenings stressful.
  • 19. ALPINE SKI HOUSE SYMPTOMS OF STRESS The way one responds to stress varies depending upon his/her personality, early upbringing and life experiences. Everyone has their own pattern of stress response. Hence, both the symptoms of stress can be physical, emotional and behavioral.
  • 20. ALPINE SKI HOUSE SYMPTOMS OF STRESS 1.Emotional symptoms becoming easily agitated, frustrated, and moody Feeling overwhelmed, like you are losing control or need to take control Having difficulty relaxing and quieting your mind Low self-esteem, lonely, worthless, and depressed Avoiding others
  • 21. ALPINE SKI HOUSE SYMPTOMS OF STRESS 2.Physical symptoms  Insomnia – lack of sleep  Low energy  Headaches  Nervousness and shaking, ringing in the ear, cold or sweaty hands and feet  Upset stomach, including diarrhea, constipation, and nausea  Aches, pains, and tense muscles  Chest pain and rapid heartbeat  Frequent colds and infections  Loss of sexual desire and/or ability  Dry mouth and difficulty swallowing  Clenched jaw and grinding teeth
  • 22. ALPINE SKI HOUSE SYMPTOMS OF STRESS 3.Cognitive symptoms  Forgetfulness and disorganisation Poor judgment Constant worrying Racing thoughts Inability to focus Being pessimistic or seeing only the negative side
  • 23. ALPINE SKI HOUSE SYMPTOMS OF STRESS 3.Cognitive symptoms  Forgetfulness and disorganisation Poor judgment Constant worrying Racing thoughts Inability to focus Being pessimistic or seeing only the negative side
  • 24. ALPINE SKI HOUSE SYMPTOMS OF STRESS 4.Behavioral symptoms Changes in appetite – either not eating or eating too much Increased use of alcohol, drugs, or cigarettes Procrastinating and avoiding responsibilities Exhibiting more nervous behaviors, such as nail biting, fidgeting, and pacing.
  • 25. ALPINE SKI HOUSE Directions: In a long size bond paper, make a slogan that will encourage others to stay healthy and avoid stress.
  • 26. ALPINE SKI HOUSE Mechanics: • Have a ½ inch border both sides of your bond paper (long size) (landscape) • Use only 0.5gel ink pen (no pentel pen) • Use crypass or crayons in coloring your slogan (no background color) Up to seven words excluding punctuations
  • 27. ALPINE SKI HOUSE Criteria for the Slogan: Relevance to the Theme – 30% Originality – 30% Creativity – 25% Impact & Presentation – 15% _________ 100%

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