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					      Building Health Skills
      Chapter 2
      Pgs. 28 - 32

1. Students will be able to correctly use “I messages”.
2. Students will be able to describe and utilize refusal and
conflict resolution skills.
3. Students will identify the different influences on their
Journal Activity
 The next time you get upset with someone
  use the “I” message instead of saying “you.”

     Write down what was said and how you feel it
      went after the conversation was over.
       (Remember to use a calm voice and listen attentively to
        what the other person is saying)

     Example: I feel ________ when _______.
      I’d like/want______________.
Activity – using the I message
 Scenario #1: Your friend embarrasses you
  frequently in front of your friends by talking
  about your efforts to diet.
 Scenario #2: Your brother or sister want you
  to lie to your parents for them about…...
 Scenario #3: You want to stay out later with
  your friends but when you call your parents,
  they tell you no.
 Scenario #4: You are at a party and the cute
  guy/girl offers you a ride home but you know
  they have been drinking.
Health Skills
 Life skills
 Specific tools and strategies that help you
  maintain, protect, and improve all aspects of
  your health
Interpersonal skills
 The exchange of thoughts, feelings, and
  beliefs between two or more people
     Say what you mean
     Pay attention to how you say something
     Be a good listener
Refusal Skills
 Communication strategies that can help you
  say no when you are urged to take part in
  behaviors that are unsafe or unhealthy, or
  that go against your values
     Say “No” in a firm voice
     Explain why by stating your feelings
     Suggest alternatives
     Use appropriate body language
     Walk away from the situation
Conflict Resolution Skills
 The process of ending a conflict through
  cooperation and problem solving
     Take time to calm down and think about the
     Be respectful by speaking calmly, listening
      attentively, and asking questions when
     Brainstorm solutions to resolve the conflict
Self-Management Skills
 Practicing healthful behaviors
     Good nutrition and fitness habits
     Regular medical and dental check-ups
     Avoiding alcohol, tobacco, and other harmful
 Managing Stress
     Finding ways to deal with or overcome the
      negative effects of stress
 Internal Influences :
         include your knowledge, values, likes, dislikes,
          and desires based on your experiences and your
          own personal perspective on life

 External Influences :
         come from outside sources, such as your family,
          friends, peers, environment, culture, laws, and

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