Relationships<br />
9/19 Do Now<br />What are a few ways you interact and support your family?<br />
Different Types of Relationships-leave space under each relationship type for additional info<br />Family Relationships<br...
	Family relationships last your entire life and enhance or hinder all sides of your health triangle.  Healthy family relat...
Friendship“A significant relationship between two people”<br />Friendships are based on<br />Caring<br />Trust<br />Consid...
Community Relationships“The way you conduct yourself as a member of the community”<br />Promote the safety and well-being ...
Round Robin<br />What do you feel like are important traits or characteristics to healthy family, peer, and community rela...
3 “C’s” of Building Healthy Relationships<br />Communication<br />“How you send and receive messages”<br />Through words<b...
4 Characteristics of Healthy Relationships<br />Mutual Respect and Consideration<br />Accepting one another’s tastes and o...
9/20 Do Now	<br />What are a few ways you resolve conflict with family/friends?<br />
Character“the way you think, feel, and act”<br />Your character has the greatest influence on your relationships with othe...
Communication Styles<br />Passive- reluctance to express thoughts or feelings. Do not defend themselves or beliefs.<br />A...
9/21 Do Now<br />What type of communicator are you? Is this the type of communicator you want to be? Record your thoughts....
Communication Activity<br />A is working on a project with classmate B.  A & B disagree with their ideas for the project.<...
Standard 6:Relationships Book Work*Keep in notes section*<br />Ch 10 Review 1<br />Questions 1,3,4,5<br />Ch 11 Review 1<b...
Active Listening<br />Reflective Listening-rephrase what others have said.<br />Clarifying- asking questions to help you f...
Tips for Active Listening<br />Make eye contact!<br />Use positive body language and gestures<br />Do not interrupt <br />...
Active Listening Game<br />
Causes of Conflict<br />Power Struggle- “hard headedness” , constructive criticism <br />Loyalty- with you or against you<...
Resolving Conflict<br />Give yourself time to calm down(10 sec.)<br />Cooperation with communication over the conflict. Ne...
Abuse<br />Emotional Abuse- yelling, bullying, threats, degrading comments meant to harm. Impairing sense of worth of an i...
How to break the cycle of violence?<br />Tell a trusted adult(parent, other family member, teacher, counselor) Somebody yo...
Peer Pressure<br />Discuss Positive vs. Negative<br />
Manipulation<br />Dishonest way to control/influence others<br />	-Mocking/Teasing other with malicious intent<br />	-” Gu...
Dating<br />Avoid risky situations<br />Set limits<br />Don’t get stuck<br />
9/26 Do Now-Finish B.C. AssignmentThe Breakfast Club<br />Observe 5 different relationships<br />For each relationship do ...
Peer Pressure Article<br />Read & record 10 comments/facts in your notes.<br />
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  1. 1. Relationships<br />
  2. 2. 9/19 Do Now<br />What are a few ways you interact and support your family?<br />
  3. 3. Different Types of Relationships-leave space under each relationship type for additional info<br />Family Relationships<br />Last your entire life. Enhance all sides of your health triangle.<br />Peer Friendships<br />Based on caring, trust, and consideration. Share similar values/interest. <br />Positively influence self-concept and help resist negative influences.<br />Community Relationships<br />Manner you conduct and represent yourself in your community. <br />Involvement in programs and community groups<br />
  4. 4. Family relationships last your entire life and enhance or hinder all sides of your health triangle. Healthy family relationships nurture your overall health by:<br />Physical Health<br />Provide food, clothing, and shelter<br /><ul><li>Mental/Emotional Health</li></ul>- Provide love, care, encouragement<br />Social Health<br />Teach morals and values that guide your life <br />
  5. 5. Friendship“A significant relationship between two people”<br />Friendships are based on<br />Caring<br />Trust<br />Consideration for one another<br /> The strongest friendships are those between people who share similar values<br />
  6. 6. Community Relationships“The way you conduct yourself as a member of the community”<br />Promote the safety and well-being of the entire community<br />School<br />Work<br />Neighborhood<br />City<br />Community members<br />Obey the given rules and laws<br />Conduct themselves as friendly and helpful neighbors<br />Contribute to the efforts to improve school and community<br />
  7. 7. Round Robin<br />What do you feel like are important traits or characteristics to healthy family, peer, and community relationships. <br />Be sure to discuss each type<br />Be sure to listen to teammates<br />
  8. 8. 3 “C’s” of Building Healthy Relationships<br />Communication<br />“How you send and receive messages”<br />Through words<br />Gestures<br />Facial expressions<br />Behaviors<br />Body language<br />Cooperation<br />“Working together for the good of all”<br />Helps build strong relationships<br />Compromise<br />“a problem-solving method that involves each person’s giving up of something to reach a solution that satisfies everyone involved”<br />Helps strengthen relationships<br />
  9. 9. 4 Characteristics of Healthy Relationships<br />Mutual Respect and Consideration<br />Accepting one another’s tastes and opinions<br />Being tolerant of other’s viewpoints<br />Being thoughtful about the rights and feelings of others<br />Honesty<br />Confidence to be open about actions, thoughts, and feelings<br />Dependability<br />Trustworthy and reliable<br />There for the other person when needed<br />Commitment<br />Willing to work together<br />Make sacrifices that benefit everyone involved<br />Loyal to one another<br />Committed to strengthen the relationship<br />
  10. 10. 9/20 Do Now <br />What are a few ways you resolve conflict with family/friends?<br />
  11. 11. Character“the way you think, feel, and act”<br />Your character has the greatest influence on your relationships with others.<br />Six main traits of good character:<br />Trustworthiness<br />Respect<br />Responsibility<br />Fairness<br />Caring<br />Citizenship<br />
  12. 12. Communication Styles<br />Passive- reluctance to express thoughts or feelings. Do not defend themselves or beliefs.<br />Aggressive- try to get their way by bullying/intimidating. Do not consider/care about others rights. Very annoying and can destroy situations and friendships<br />Assertive- get the point across without bullying/intimidating. Defend their own beliefs but not others. “ Attack the problem, not the person”<br />
  13. 13. 9/21 Do Now<br />What type of communicator are you? Is this the type of communicator you want to be? Record your thoughts.<br />
  14. 14. Communication Activity<br />A is working on a project with classmate B. A & B disagree with their ideas for the project.<br />A & B are going to the movies and trying to decide on which movie to watch. Both have really been wanting to see a certain movie.<br />A wants you to skip class with them. B has never skipped a class before and doesn’t want to start now.<br />B is spending the night with A, B wants to sneak out of the house. A is reluctant, knowing their parents will be upset.<br />
  15. 15. Standard 6:Relationships Book Work*Keep in notes section*<br />Ch 10 Review 1<br />Questions 1,3,4,5<br />Ch 11 Review 1<br />Questions 1,3,4,5<br />
  16. 16. Active Listening<br />Reflective Listening-rephrase what others have said.<br />Clarifying- asking questions to help you fully understand what is being said<br />Encouraging- positive gestures, expressions<br />Empathizing- feeling how the person your listening to is feeling. But not when against beliefs .<br />
  17. 17. Tips for Active Listening<br />Make eye contact!<br />Use positive body language and gestures<br />Do not interrupt <br />You cannot listen if your talking!!<br />Avoid communication barriers<br />Lack of trust<br />Prejudice<br />stereotyping<br />
  18. 18. Active Listening Game<br />
  19. 19. Causes of Conflict<br />Power Struggle- “hard headedness” , constructive criticism <br />Loyalty- with you or against you<br />Jealousy/Envy- deep rooted from events or achievements <br />Property- borrowing/using others belongings and being disrespectful<br />Territory/Personal Space- discuss <br />
  20. 20. Resolving Conflict<br />Give yourself time to calm down(10 sec.)<br />Cooperation with communication over the conflict. Negotiate<br />Clarify<br />Discuss ways to resolve the conflict “ Give and Take”<br />Come up with a compromising solution<br />
  21. 21. Abuse<br />Emotional Abuse- yelling, bullying, threats, degrading comments meant to harm. Impairing sense of worth of an individual. Peers, Superiors, Parents/Guardians<br />Physical Abuse-intentional harm or injury of another person. Patterns, Cycles<br />Sexual Abuse- sexual contact forced upon a person against his/her will.<br />Child Abuse- domestic abuse of a child. Neglect- failure to meet/provide child with physical and/or emotional needs.<br />
  22. 22. How to break the cycle of violence?<br />Tell a trusted adult(parent, other family member, teacher, counselor) Somebody you feel comfortable with. <br />Contact an abuse hotline or crisis center<br />Contact police, Child welfare, or youth services<br />
  23. 23. Peer Pressure<br />Discuss Positive vs. Negative<br />
  24. 24. Manipulation<br />Dishonest way to control/influence others<br /> -Mocking/Teasing other with malicious intent<br /> -” Guilt Trips”<br /> -Bargaining- offering to make a deal to get what you want<br /> -Flattery or Praise, False Praise<br /> -Bribing<br /> -Making Threats<br /> -Blackmail<br />
  25. 25. Dating<br />Avoid risky situations<br />Set limits<br />Don’t get stuck<br />
  26. 26. 9/26 Do Now-Finish B.C. AssignmentThe Breakfast Club<br />Observe 5 different relationships<br />For each relationship do the following<br />What is the relationship?<br />What are 3 positive aspects of the relationship?<br />What are 3 negative aspects of the relationship?<br />Is this a healthy or unhealthy relationship? Why?<br />
  27. 27. Peer Pressure Article<br />Read & record 10 comments/facts in your notes.<br />

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