Bell Ringer Who do you communicate with on a daily basis? How do you communicate with this person/s? How can these forms of communication be misinterpreted from one person to another?
Communication I will be able to effectively communicate with others using both verbal and nonverbal communication. Lets Test Our Communication Skills Step1: You and your partner both sketch a simple drawing without the other person seeing.
Step 2: Then sit back to back with your partner. Partner A describes their drawing to partner B so that he/she can sketch a drawing based on their description. Then do the same with Partner B and their drawing. (5 minutes) Describe the picture. DO NOT tell them what the picture is directly. Reflection Based on the drawing experience with your partner What did you learn about COMMUNICATION?
Good Communication Involves: Cooperation Honest listening
Clear instructions Respect for one another Clarifying questions
Proper feedback Openness to divergent opinions. The Dos of a good Conversation:
Make eye contact with the speaker Display good body language and posture Ask clarifying questions
Provide more than one word responses Be positive Keep an open mind Listen carefully and do not interrupt What is Nonverbal Communication? Friends https://youtu.be/d2xvkJsPMB8 - Q2 version
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvEci5Bjgd4 - New Q3 Version Partners Respond to Scenarios. With a partner, respond to the three scenarios on the worksheet called Using Communication Skills (6 minutes total) While doing this, be sure to have good discussions/conversations with your partner and try using some of the discussion prompts on the
Discussion Stems to Use I think/believe that.. What I hear you saying is My idea builds upon your idea by .. I hadnt thought of . Communication
Revisited I will be able to effectively communicate with others using both verbal and nonverbal communication. Bell Ringer What are the 5 top ways that teenagers communicate to one another in todays society? Rank them in order of use.
Fish Bowl Communication Activity There will be four desks placed in the middle of the classroom facing each other. The teacher will call four random names and those students will come to one of the seats in the middle. The teacher will give that group a problem to solve. While the middle groups is solving the problem, the students on the outside will be assigned one of the four students to observe during their problem solving discussion. The students on the outside will fill out the checklist as they observe the peer they were assigned to watch. Students on the outside of the circle are not allowed to speak just
make observations. After 2 minutes of discussion in the middle, the teacher will call time and the outside observers will share what they observed. Problem If you could only pick ONE topping for your pizza, what topping would that be? Debate! Cheese Sausage Pepperoni Ham
Other Problem Is a hot dog a sandwich? Problem Who is actually doing it right? Morning person or night person? Problem Put the following means of transportation in order from slowest
to fastest, when they are going at their maximum speed. Debate! A.Cruise ship B.Bicycle C.Airplane D.Walking on foot Problem Does a straw have one hole or two holes?
Interview Questions 1 1.) How would your friends and family describe you? 2.)What are your best qualities? 3.) What is the biggest success you have had in life? Interview Questions 2 1.) What are 3 qualities that you possess? 2.) What is your number one long term goal in life?
3.) Describe a time when you were disappointed. How did you react to that situation? Interview Questions 3 1.) What is one way you are trying to improve yourself? 2.) Who has been one of you biggest roles models and why? Interview Questions 4 1.) Do you prefer to work alone or on a team?
Why? 2.) Describe in detail what makes you happy? 3.) What has made you the person you are today? Bell Ringer What kinds of things make it difficult to say no to? What about if it is something you dont want to do? -Keep bell ringer sheet out- and take out notes when finished
I can develop a logical argument and use refusal skills to get out of a difficult situation. Communication and Personality Styles Assertive dont yell or call names, state exactly what you want, pay attention to feelings of others, respect others, use please and thank you
Passive let others choose, often manipulated, avoid conflicts, believes in pleasing others at his or her own expense Aggressive hostile, likes to get his/her own way, controlling, dishonest, insecure, achieve goals at others expense Refusal Skills how to say no effectively Be polite and friendly Be honest
Use eye contact Match the tone of your voice with the message Offer an alternative Be assertive - not passive Bell Ringer: What does this mean to you? I CAN.. -identify different mental and emotional disorders. -connect possible causes and warning signs for teenage depression and suicide.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death - following motor vehicle accidents among teenagers and young adults. On average, adolescents aged 15 to 19 years have an annual suicide rate of about 1 in 10,000 people. Among youths 12 to 16 year of age, up to 10% of boys and 20% of girls have considered suicidehttp://www.medbroadcast.com/condition/getcondition/ .
Explanation of causes of depression and suicidal tendencies Explanation of warning signs of suicide. Behavior changes to watch for are: withdrawal from family and peers loss of interest in previously pleasurable activities difficulty concentrating on schoolwork neglect of personal appearance obvious changes in personality sadness and hopelessness
changes in eating patterns, such as sudden weight loss or gain changes in sleep patterns general lethargy or lack of energy symptoms of clinical depression violent actions, rebellion, or running away drug and alcohol use symptoms that are often related to emotional state (e.g., headaches, fatigue, stomach aches) Explanation of warning signs of suicide. Though many suicidal teens appear depressed or
downcast, others hide their problems underneath a disguise of excess energy. If an adolescent starts displaying uncharacteristic agitation and hyperactivity, it may also signal the existence of an underlying problem. This restlessness may take the form of confrontational or aggressive behavior. More obvious signs that an adolescent may be suicidal include low self-esteem and self-deprecating remarks. Some teens come right out and talk or write about their suicidal thoughts - this should be taken seriously, and not ignored with the hope that it's a passing phase. Any previous
PreVENTable Talk. Vent. Let it out. Depression and suicidal feelings are treatable mental disorders. Bullying is a leading factor to middle school and high school suicide Bystanders Sharing of resources available to help with suicide and depression. Talk to
*Parent or responsible adult *Counselor/Social Worker at school *Teacher *Doctor/Nurse *Pastor/Youth Group Leader *Find a mental health provider in your area *National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800)2738255 Ryan Halligan Story http://www.oprah.com/own-oprahshow/kellyand-john-halligan-share-their-son-ryans-story
-video BELL RINGER If someone has a brain disorder how might that effect their overall health? Hint- think back to the health triangle : ) I can identify different mental and emotional disorders and how they effect ones overall
health. JOURNAL: WHY SHOULD WE LEARN ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH AND DISORDERS? Based on the information in this infographic: What questions do you have? What else do you want to know? What assumptions can you
make? https://www.nami.org/NAMI/media/NAMI-Media/Infographics/ Children-MH-Facts-NAMI.pdf ADD TO YOUR JOURNAL ENTRY. Based on this infographic: Is there anything on this graphic that shocks you? Whose responsibility is it help youth who are
suffering with mental illness? Why do you think that? DAY 2 BELL RINGER Take out your laptops and research 3 celebrities/athletes that have been open about their mental illness On your bell ringer sheet, write the persons
name and their illness. I can identify different mental and emotional disorders and how they effect ones overall health. SMALL GROUP DISCUSSIONS Get together as a group of four and discuss the Mental Illness infographic
given to you by your teachers. Use your journal notes to help guide the discussion. Discussion Prompt: Why should students learn about mental illness in school? Be sure that you are using the good communication skills that you learned earlier in this chapter. Your teachers will be observing your conversations and giving you a grade, based on your conversational and communication skills while in this small group.
TURN AND TALK.. READ THIS INFOGRAPHIC AND DISCUSS WITH YOUR SHOULDER PARTNER- HOW DOES THIS INFORMATION ADD TO YOUR ANSWER TO THE LAST QUESTION: WHY SHOULD STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT MENTAL ILLNESS IN SCHOOL? Important Terms To Know
Mental Health/Emotional Health Ability to accept yourself and others, adapt to and cope with emotions, and deal with the problems and challenges you meet in life. Personality The unique combination of feelings, thoughts, and behavior that makes you different from everyone else. Self-Concept The view you have of yourself. Self-Esteem The way you feel about yourself, and how you value yourself. TYPES OF MENTAL ILLNESS
Anxiety Disorder a condition in which intense anxiety or fear keeps a person from functioning normally. Personality Disorder a variety of psychological conditions that affect a persons ability to get along with others. Schizophrenia a severe mental disorder in which people lose contact with reality. Mood Disorder a disorder in which a person undergoes changes in mood that seem inappropriate or extreme. Clinical Depression mood disorder in which people lose interest in life and can no longer find enjoyment in anything. ANXIETY DISORDERS
Types of Anxiety Disorders Disorder Definitions Generalized Anxiety Disorder Definition: The symptoms include general nervousness and worrying that affects daily living.
Panic Disorder Definition: The symptoms feel like a heart attack and often include a pounding heartbeat and sweating. Phobia Definition: The symptoms include an intense or exaggerated fear of a specific situation or object ObsessiveCompulsive Disorder
Definition: The symptoms include a need to perform behaviors or rituals over and over. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Definition: The symptoms include withdrawal or depression after witnessing or experiencing a distressing event. Bell ringer!
What are three things that worry you? How do you get through it/What do you do to deal with it? PERSONALITY DISORDERS Click this icon to learn about the Cluster
A Personality Disorders Click this icon to learn about the B Cluster Wild
Personality Disorders Click this icon to learn about the C Weird Cluster
Personality Disorders Worried I USED TO THINK NOW I THINK. CLINICAL DEPRESSION After watching the video
clip, be prepared to complete the following statement: https:// www.youtube.com/ results? search_query=ted+ta lk+depression+helen Clinical Depression is
__________ Clinical Depression is NOT ________ WHAT IS STIGMA Reducing Stigma What Works? There is no simple or single
strategy to eliminate the stigma associated with mental illness, but some positive steps can be taken. Remember the acronym WALLS to
STANDING UP TO MENTAL HEALTH STIGMA http://teenmentalhealth.org/live/understanding-stigma/ View: Stellas experience (6:51) Amys experience (5:40) Connors experience (6:17) What does Mental Health Stigma mean to these individuals? Why should we care about the Mental Health Stigma?
MYTH VS FACT BELL RINGER WHAT ARE EXAMPLES OF STRESS THAT YOU HAVE FELT IN THE PAST YEAR. WHAT ARE SOME PHYSICAL THINGS THAT HAPPEN TO YOUR BODY WHEN YOU ARE STRESSED? ?
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T WAYS DEFINITION OF STRESS THE BODYS RESPONSE TO REAL OR IMAGINED DANGERS OR OTHER LIFE EVENTS. Stressor: Source of Stress
Negative Stress Distress: Stress that prevents you from doing what you need to do. Positive Stress: Stress that can help you reach your goals.
REFLECT ON YOUR LIFE COMPLETE THE 3 -2- 1 CHART GIVEN TO YOU BY YOUR TEACHER. - LIST 3 THINGS THAT HAVE GIVEN YOU STRESS IN THE PAST YEAR - LIST 2 WAYS THAT YOU DEALT WITH THE STRESS THAT YOU EXPERIENCED - LIST 1 PIECE OF ADVICE THAT YOU WOULD GIVE OTHERS ABOUT DEALING WITH STRESS LETS ANALYZE THE TYPES OF STRESS CAUSED BY OUR STRESSOR EXAMPLES.. Types of Stress
-Academic -Physical -Social -Stress due to family problems -Financial Stress -Traumatic events -Drastic changes in life -Romantic Relationship stress -Poor self esteem -Peer pressure stress -Competition amongst peers stress
-Sibling Rivalry stress -Poor time management stress Six Examples of Stressors that We Shared from our 3-21 Activity ANALYZING STRESSORS AND STRATEGIES FOR COPING WITH STRESS.. Types of Stressors Negative Impacts
Possible Positive Outcomes Best Strategies to deal with this kind of Stressor Academic Stress -
Possible Strategies for Coping with Stress: Sleep -Physical Activity -Healthy Diet Support from Parents - Focus on the positives -Talk about it Do what makes you happy -Breathing Exercises -Mindfulness Creative Visualization
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