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  3. 3. Maintaining a positive attitude even in difficult situations characteristic that will help students achieve success. Students need to learn to recognize the causes and effects of negative attitudes and see how those attitude affect others around them. They can then work toward changing negative attitude into healthy ones. Having a positive attitude equips students with the ability to learn and grow through their fears and frustration and interact appropriately with others. 3 edited by akshay surve
  4. 4. Major Concepts     Attitude Positive Attitude and Negative Attitude Components of Attitude ABC model Function of Attitude 4 edited by akshay surve
  5. 5. What is Attitude? An attitude is a predisposition to act or feel in a certain way toward a person or thing. Attitude are generally positive or negative views of person, place, thing, or event. This is often referred to as the attitude object. People can also be conflicted or ambivalent toward an object, meaning that they simultaneously 5 possess both positive and negative attitudes edited by akshay surve towards the object in every situation.
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  8. 8. Positive Attitude Archive success and enjoy the life Think positively, feel confident Use Imagination see possibilities find opportunities Creative productive Fulfilling Life Set realistic goals, Make plans Take action edited by akshay surve For success Believe in dreams 8
  9. 9. A negative attitude is self-defeating. Solutions to problems in life cannot be found by looking for someone or something to blame. 9 edited by akshay surve
  10. 10. Negative Attitude Failure and Frustrated Life Boring Unproductive, Miserable Life No realistic goals, No plans, No clear Direction edited by akshay surve Think negatively Feel insecure No imagination, See Problems, find faults No Vision, No Idea, No Success 10
  11. 11. “When one door of happiness closes, Another opens; but often we look so long At closed door that we do not see that one which has been opened for us.” (Helen Keller) 11 edited by akshay surve
  12. 12. Components of Attitude (ABC Model)  Affective component  Behavioral intention  Cognitive component 12 edited by akshay surve
  13. 13. Feeling (related to heart). Based on physiological nervous reaction to an object. Or situation or person. This part of attitude is related to the statement which affects another person. 13 edited by akshay surve
  14. 14. An observable reaction (related to movement). E.g. to purchase a particular brand. The behavioral component refers to that part of attitude which reflects the intension of a person in short run or in long run. 14 edited by akshay surve
  15. 15.  Beliefs(related to mind)  What a person believes to be true about an idea, event, activity or object. It refers to that part of attitude which is related to a person’s thought, for example, “He says smoking is injurious to health”. Such type of idea of a person is called cognitive component of attitude. 15 edited by akshay surve
  16. 16. 1.Adjustment - Attitude help persons adjust to situation. -People seek out group acceptance in order to gain praise or rewards and avoid punishment. 2.Ego defensive -Attitude are formed to protect the ‘ego’. 16 edited by akshay surve
  17. 17. 3.Value expressive - Person’s attitude are often a reflection of their values. 4.Knowledge -Attitude help person to make decisions. 17 edited by akshay surve
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