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LIFE SKILLS
CLASS 7
BY
SARITHA RP
“We are guilty of many errors and many
faults, but our worst crime is abandoning the
children, neglecting the foundation o...
ADOLESCENCE
 A PERIOD OF STORMY STRESS
 UNLIMITED ENERGY AND VITALITY
 URGE TO EXPERIMENT
 RAPIDPHYSICAL,PSYCHOLOGICAL...
WHAT ARE LIFE SKILLS???
World Health Organization
The abilities for adaptive and
positive behavior that
enable individuals...
IMPORTANCE OF LIFE SKILLS
Exploring
alternative
s
Weighing
pros and
cons
Making
rational
decisions
Effective
communicatio
...
WHO HAS IDENTIFIED 10 CORE LIFE
SKILLS
1.SELF AWARENESS
APPRECIATING THE GOOD
QUALITIES IN ONESELF
DO NOT JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS
COVER
LEARN TO APPRECIATE THE
WO...
SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
1.Start a thought diary and describe all your
high self-esteem and low self-esteem
moments and compar...
2.EMPATHY
 SEEING WITH THE EYES OF
ANOTHER
 LISTENING WITH THE EARS
OF ANOTHER
 AND FEELING WITH THE
HEART OF ANOTHER
SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
1. CONTRIBUTION OF FOOD GRAINS TO
OLD AGE HOMES
2. PLASTIC IN COW’S TUMMY
3. CRITICAL THINKING
 HOW TO MAKE CLEAR,
REASONED AND RATIONAL
JUDGEMENTS
SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
1.THE INVENTOR IN ME
2.BRAIN TEASERS
4 CREATIVE THINKING
 Creativity is all about breaking free
from bonds and thinking beyond the
usual
 Nurturing creativity
SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
1. Make your pattern.(matchstick)
2. Design your spaceship
3.Going crazy
5.DECISION MAKING
 CHALLENGING SITUATIONS
 CHOICES
 DECISION TAKEN HAS
CONSEQUENCES EITHER
POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE
DECISION MAKING WHEEL
SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
1.QUESTIONNAIRE
2.OPEN DISCUSSION-
Suppose your house is on
fire. What things will you
take along wit...
6 PROBLEM SOLVING
SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
1.Sailor Cat needs to bring a wolf, a goat, and a cabbage across the
river. The boat is tiny and can ...
2.SURVIVER SCENARIOS
Imagine you are stranded on an island, knowing
that help will not arrive for three days. The group
ha...
3.MORAL DILEMMAS
I saw a good friend of mine
shoplifting. What should I do?
The cashier gave me an extra $ 10 in
change af...
7. INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
 APPRECIATING OTHERS
 CO-OPERATIVE APPROACH IN GROUP
WORK
 BUILDING AND MAINTAINING FRIENDSHIP
SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
1.RELATIONSHIP TEMPERATURE CHART
Degree of heat Meaning Persons
who fall in
this
category
Why you
fee...
8. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
1.LISTENING TEST
2.ITS PARTY TIME
9. COPING WITH STRESS
Manage stress before it manages you
Healthy and unhealthy ways
Unshared or unexpressed feelings b...
SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
1. MAKE A STRESS JOURNAL
SITUATION AUTOMATIC
THOUGHTS
EMOTIONS ALTERNATI
VE
RESPONSE
S
FUTURE
STEPS
I...
STRESS SNAP-SHADE ATLEAST 5
SQUARES WHILE YOU ARE STRESSED
Go for a walk Call a good friend Spend time in
nature
Listen to...
10 MANAGING EMOTIONS
BALANCING EMOTIONS
ANGER MANAGEMENT
EMOTIONS ARE NATURAL
FEELINGS
SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
EMOTION WHAT WAS HAPPENING WHEN YOU FELT
THE EMOTION
ANGRY
ASHAMED I LOOKED DOWN THEN I CLOSED
MY EYE...
2. WRITE AT LEAST 3 HELPFUL THINGS
YOU WILL DO NEXT TIME WHEN YOU
GET ANGRY
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  1. 1. LIFE SKILLS CLASS 7 BY SARITHA RP
  2. 2. “We are guilty of many errors and many faults, but our worst crime is abandoning the children, neglecting the foundation of life. Many of the things we need, can wait. The children cannot. Right now is the time his bones are being formed, his blood is being made and his senses are being developed. To him we cannot answer “Tomorrow”. His name is “Today”. (Gabriela Mistral)
  3. 3. ADOLESCENCE  A PERIOD OF STORMY STRESS  UNLIMITED ENERGY AND VITALITY  URGE TO EXPERIMENT  RAPIDPHYSICAL,PSYCHOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL CHANGES
  4. 4. WHAT ARE LIFE SKILLS??? World Health Organization The abilities for adaptive and positive behavior that enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life Mastery of competencies for productive adults life Not done to youth but with youth Skills that promote well-being and competence in youth to face life’s challenges.
  5. 5. IMPORTANCE OF LIFE SKILLS Exploring alternative s Weighing pros and cons Making rational decisions Effective communicatio n Assertivenes s: saying NO.
  6. 6. WHO HAS IDENTIFIED 10 CORE LIFE SKILLS
  7. 7. 1.SELF AWARENESS APPRECIATING THE GOOD QUALITIES IN ONESELF DO NOT JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER LEARN TO APPRECIATE THE WORTH OF OTHERS THINK POSITIVELY
  8. 8. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 1.Start a thought diary and describe all your high self-esteem and low self-esteem moments and compare them over a period of 6 months and see if you have been able to improve your positive self-esteem. 2.JAM-Have you ever helped any person or animal recently? 3.Sprinkle their vocabulary with as many magic words on kindness and politeness.
  9. 9. 2.EMPATHY  SEEING WITH THE EYES OF ANOTHER  LISTENING WITH THE EARS OF ANOTHER  AND FEELING WITH THE HEART OF ANOTHER
  10. 10. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 1. CONTRIBUTION OF FOOD GRAINS TO OLD AGE HOMES 2. PLASTIC IN COW’S TUMMY
  11. 11. 3. CRITICAL THINKING  HOW TO MAKE CLEAR, REASONED AND RATIONAL JUDGEMENTS
  12. 12. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 1.THE INVENTOR IN ME 2.BRAIN TEASERS
  13. 13. 4 CREATIVE THINKING  Creativity is all about breaking free from bonds and thinking beyond the usual  Nurturing creativity
  14. 14. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 1. Make your pattern.(matchstick) 2. Design your spaceship 3.Going crazy
  15. 15. 5.DECISION MAKING  CHALLENGING SITUATIONS  CHOICES  DECISION TAKEN HAS CONSEQUENCES EITHER POSITIVE OR NEGATIVE
  16. 16. DECISION MAKING WHEEL
  17. 17. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 1.QUESTIONNAIRE 2.OPEN DISCUSSION- Suppose your house is on fire. What things will you take along with you if you are escaping from there ? Why?
  18. 18. 6 PROBLEM SOLVING
  19. 19. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 1.Sailor Cat needs to bring a wolf, a goat, and a cabbage across the river. The boat is tiny and can only carry one passenger at a time. If he leaves the wolf and the goat alone together, the wolf will eat the goat. If he leaves the goat and the cabbage alone together, the goat will eat the cabbage. How can he bring all three safely across the river?
  20. 20. 2.SURVIVER SCENARIOS Imagine you are stranded on an island, knowing that help will not arrive for three days. The group has a limited amount of food and water and must create shelter from items around the island. Encourage working together as a group and hearing out every child that has an idea about how to make it through the three days as safely and comfortably as possible.
  21. 21. 3.MORAL DILEMMAS I saw a good friend of mine shoplifting. What should I do? The cashier gave me an extra $ 10 in change after I bought candy at the store. What should I do?
  22. 22. 7. INTERPERSONAL SKILLS  APPRECIATING OTHERS  CO-OPERATIVE APPROACH IN GROUP WORK  BUILDING AND MAINTAINING FRIENDSHIP
  23. 23. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 1.RELATIONSHIP TEMPERATURE CHART Degree of heat Meaning Persons who fall in this category Why you feel about him/her in this way? Hot Very important relation- can’t imagine my life without him/her Warm Important relation-good to have them cold Negative relation-makes me negative
  24. 24. 8. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
  25. 25. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 1.LISTENING TEST 2.ITS PARTY TIME
  26. 26. 9. COPING WITH STRESS Manage stress before it manages you Healthy and unhealthy ways Unshared or unexpressed feelings build up pressure inside which can be harmful
  27. 27. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES 1. MAKE A STRESS JOURNAL SITUATION AUTOMATIC THOUGHTS EMOTIONS ALTERNATI VE RESPONSE S FUTURE STEPS I am so tired-sick- fatigue- have to go to bed I am ill. I will never get better. I can’t achieve my dreams and aspirations Sad Anxious negative I need rest. Then I can get rid of my tiredness and can be more I will include some rest time in my daily routine. I CAN,I WILL, I
  28. 28. STRESS SNAP-SHADE ATLEAST 5 SQUARES WHILE YOU ARE STRESSED Go for a walk Call a good friend Spend time in nature Listen to music workout cycling Play with a pet Play games Yoga/meditation Watch a comedy Emailing/sms/chatti ng Diary writing Work in your garden Relaxation exercises Outing with friends Eating Curl up with a good book Savour a warm cup of tea/coffee
  29. 29. 10 MANAGING EMOTIONS BALANCING EMOTIONS ANGER MANAGEMENT EMOTIONS ARE NATURAL FEELINGS
  30. 30. SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES EMOTION WHAT WAS HAPPENING WHEN YOU FELT THE EMOTION ANGRY ASHAMED I LOOKED DOWN THEN I CLOSED MY EYES ENERGETIC DEPRESSED PROUD LONELY I CALLED MY OLD FRIEND
  31. 31. 2. WRITE AT LEAST 3 HELPFUL THINGS YOU WILL DO NEXT TIME WHEN YOU GET ANGRY
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