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Making Healthy Decisions

Decisions For Health Chapter 2: Pg. 23-43

RESPOND
What type of decisions do you make each day? How important our those decisions? What factors do you consider when deciding?

Being In Control

What authority do you have over your life?

Being In Control
THE POWER OF CHOICE: In any situation you always have a choice. With each decision you make, you must be willing to accept the consequences, both good and bad. If you dont want to accept the consequences, make a different choice.

Being In Control
Decision: choice you make and act upon it. Good Decision: responsibly, carefully, and accurately, considered the outcome of each choice.

Being In Control
With Decisions, Comes Personal Responsibility

Personal Responsibility: accept how your decision will affect yourself and others.

Value, Character, Decisions


Thus Far. Decisions are (1) choice made, acted on (2) carefully thought out (3) yourself, as well as others, considered (4) responsible, acurate

Value, Character, Decisions


Decisions are based on values. Values: beliefs that you consider to be of great importance. ON PAPER: What do you value in your life?

Value, Character, Decisions


Partner Up 1 Min to Share Values Listen For Signal to Switch Partners

Value, Character, Decisions


Not everyone will value the same thing. Most will value certain traits:
Respect for self and others Responsibility Honesty Self-Control Trustworthiness

Value, Character, Decisions


VALUES DEVELOP - over time - through experience - through culture - through beliefs - through influential people

Value, Character, Decisions


Values help determine character. Character: is the way that people think, feel, and act. If based on positive values, good character allows for good decisions.

Value, Character, Decisions


RESPOND: What values are associated with good character?

Value, Character, Decisions


Good Character:
Honesty Compassion Courage Good Judgment Self-discipline Responsibility Respect for Self Respect for Others

Value, Character, Decisions


QUOTE: Be more concerned with your character than with your reputation. Your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.

The Six Steps of Decision Making


- Decisions are made every second, some good some bad. - The goal is to make more good and less bad. - If you take the time to follow the six steps, you will achieve that goal.

The Six Steps of Decision Making


Identify the Problem Consider Your Values List the Options Weigh the Consequences Decide and Act Evaluate Decision

The Six Steps of Decision Making


(1) INDENTIFY THE PROBLEM: - Recognize the problem. - Clearly define the problem.

The Six Steps of Decision Making


(2) CONSIDER YOUR VALUES - What is important to you? - How will your values be affected by your decision?

The Six Steps of Decision Making


(3) LIST THE OPTIONS: - Get all the information. - What choices are available to you.

Getting All The Info

Getting All The Info

Getting All The Info

Getting All The Info

The Six Steps of Decision Making


(3) WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES? - Did you weigh all consequences? - Did you see all the outcomes?

The Six Steps of Decision Making


(5) DECIDE AND ACT: - No decision is complete without action. - Without action = Daydream!

The Six Steps of Decision Making


(6) EVALUATE - Was your decision effective? - What did you learn form it? - What was good? Bad? - Most important, Experience

HOMEWORK
Pg. 27 Lesson 1 Review #3, #4, #5, #6 Pg. 31 Lesson 2 Review #3, #4, #5

Pg. 33 Lesson 3 Review #1, #3, #5

Goal Setting

Goal Setting

What are some areas in your life that you should set goals?

PROJECT

HANDOUT PROJECT

Short/Long-Term Goals

HANDOUT Short/Long Goals Worksheet Be Prepared to Share One With Class

Importance of Goal Setting


THINK ABOUT IT: You just receive a phone call that informed you that you won a million dollars. It was yours to keep if you picked it up by 5 oclock that day. Eager and excited to collect your money, you hang up, call your parents for a ride and jump in the car. As your parents leave the parking lot you realized one thing.
What do you realize?

Think About It
You were so excited to collect your winnings, you forgot to ask where you needed to go to collect it. You dont have a number to call, in fact, you dont even know who was on the phone. You miss out on the chance of a lifetime.

Goal Setting
If you dont know where you are going, how will you ever get there?
Once you know where you are going, how are you get there? Once you figure out how and where, you will face obstacles how do you over come?
The Wizard of OZ

J Mac
Jason McElwain Greece Athena High School Diagnosed w/Autism at 2 Dream of Playing HS Basketball
Did not make team, but had a goal to play one day. Practiced on own time, found other ways to help the team.

Click Link Anything Can Happen When You Set Goals

SMART Goal Setting


S: Specific
M: Measurable A: Attainable R: Relevant T: Time

SPECIFIC
Goals should be to the point, focused and be clearly defined. Poor
I want to get good grades. I will try to complete all homework. I want to read all assigned reading.

Good
I will get an A in Study Skills. I will turn all homework in by assigned deadline. I will read 10 pgs every night until completed.

SPECIFIC
Get out some scratch paper.

Write three SPECIFIC goals and be prepared to share one of them. They dont have to be personal goals, just specific goals in general.

MEASURABLE
Goals should have a specific target to measure so you know exactly when a goal is achieved. A goal to do better in my math class is vague and doesnt explain how youd like to improve. A goal that reads I would like to attend three tutoring session in algebra by November 1st is a measurable goal.

MEASURABLE
Fix the following goals:
1. I want to raise by health grade.

2.

I wish I could get more of my work done.

ATTAINABLE
Is the goal realistic with effort and commitment? Do you have the resources to achieve this goal? If not, how will you get them?

ATTAINABLE
Goals should be ones you can achieve with effort.
Too extreme = failure Too little = not capable and not fulfilling

ATTAINABLE
Are the following goals attainable?
- I will study my geometry notes for 15 minutes every night before I go to bed. - I will receive an A on my exam next Fri. - I will win 8 Gold Medals at the next Olympics.

ATTAINABLE
Michael Phelps
8 Gold Medals at the 2008 Olympics

Previous Record (7 Gold Medals) only achieved once in 112 year history of modern Olympics

RELEVANT
Why is this goal significant to your life? Does this goal make a significant impact? Is it most important to you? Is it most important at this time?

RELEVANT
THINK ABOUT IT:
You have a test on Friday and you have set a goal of studying for 30 minutes every night after dinner.
You also have a goal of becoming a professional basketball player. On Wednesday, your coach holds a last minute, optional open gym after dinner. What do you sacrifice?

RELEVANT
What is most relevant to you? What are your priorities?
What are your priorities at this time in your life?

RELEVANT
PRIORITIZING
Setting priorities help accomplish goals What should come first? Second? Etc? Basically a numbered to do list CONSIDER: deadlines, most important goals, available time, resources, flow of daily tasks

RELEVANT
It is important to think about this before the time comes. Be prepared now, so you dont make a mistake later.

TIME
Set timeframe for the goal next week, end of quarter, etc.

Putting an end point on your goal gives you a clear target to work towards.

Without a time goals get put on the backburner (procrastination) Give time for unexpected roadblocks!

- Homework due Friday = Set Goal for Thursday

Goal Setting
HANDOUT Goal Setting Worksheet (Academic)
Goals that are not written down and acted upon are only wishes - Use the SMART Method to develop short and long term academic goals.
- Short (weekly, quarter) - Long Term (Semester, year, high school)

Academic Goals Worksheet


Goal Sheets
Number Off Students Partner Up and Take Turns Sharing Your Goals Find New Partner

Acting on Your Goals

We all now have goals, but if we dont act on them, all we have is a waste of time.

Acting On Your Goals

Acting on Your Goals


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Fill Out Correct Dates For Month. Fill In Prior Commitments Insert Deadlines for Goals Prioritize Break Down Into Daily, Manageable Tasks Reevaluate (overwork, not enough, time for enjoyment, consider everything, predict possible setbacks)

Helpful Strategies
Write Down Your Goals
- Hang them where you look the most.

Make Your Goals Known


Read Them Daily, Say To Yourself Make Copies of Your Calendar

Helpful Strategies
Goals act as both a ceiling and a floor. Once you reach your ceiling, that goal is now your floor. Find a new ceiling and start again. Dont stop until you have reached the stars. then keep going!

CLASS PROJECT
- One Goal Per Note Card
- 3 Total Goals - 9 Total Cards

Homework
Pg. 37 Lesson Review #1, #3 Pg. 39 Lesson Review #2, #5 Pg. 41 Lesson Review #3, #6

RESPOND
Most people tend to be "hard of listening" rather than "hard of hearing." - University of Minnesota

What does this quote mean? What does it mean to you? Is there any truth to this statement?

Communication Skills

Active Listening vs. Hearing

Do you think there is a difference between hearing and listening?

HEARING
Hearing is defined as the ability to perceive sound through the ear. If not hearing impaired = hearing happens! Hearing is not a choice Story about Joey

ACTIVE LISTENING
Listening Is A Choice You Must Consciously Make A Decision To Listen Not Easy, Doing It Effectively Requires Concentration & Energy

LISTENING
Skilled Listener
Leads to Learning
Promotes Success In School
Powerful Notes Productive Study

Gains Insight Into Other People (Dot Exercise)


Better Relationships

LISTENING

Most people tend to be "hard of listening" rather than "hard of hearing." - University of Minnesota

LISTENING STRATEGIES
FEED BACK MEANING
Paraphrase the Communication (Brief Summary)

ASK Let me see if I understand you.what you said was.(brief summary)


RESPOND: No, what I said was or Yes, exactly

LISTENING STRATEGIES
LISTEN BEYOND WORDS UCLA: Study indicates 93% of effective communication comes from non-verbal cues. Body language Emotion Hand Gestures

38 Facial Expressions in 1 Minute

EXERCISE #3
Non-Verbal Communication 3 Volunteers?
Cant Be Shy

CHARADES

LISTENING STRATEGIES
MAINTAIN EYE CONTACT
Demonstrates Attentiveness Keeps Mind from Wandering Pick up on non-verbal communication

BE QUIET
Listen without response Allow time to process You have two ears and one mouth for a reason

LISTENING STRATEGIES
SEND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Verbal and Non Verbal
Let the speaker know you are still there
EXAMPLES: Umhum Alright OK YES

Does Not Imply Agreement, Acknowledges Interest

LISTENING STRATEGIES
EVALUATION (Self-Check)
- Ask Yourself Questions:
What are the main points? Key Info? Key Concepts? Are you following the conversation or lecture? Can you summarize up to this point? Is your mind wandering? Are you hearing or listening? Hidden Agenda?

Homework

Pg. 43 Lesson Review #2, #4, #6