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					Developing a positive
body image 5 grade presentation
                 th
       General Objectives
• Developing critical skills in analyzing
  media messages
• Analyze factors that influence our
  body image
• Develop a positive attitude toward
  self and as a unique and worthy
  person.
• Learn how recognize and deal with
  verbal bullying.
     Class Expectations
• Follow class expectations
• Be ready to learn
• Respect classmates comments
• Positive comments/avoid put-
  downs
• Be respectful
• Quiet activity
What is body
 image ?
                     Body Image?
  • How you see yourself – both in the
    mirror and in your mind.
  • How you feel about your body
  • How comfortable you feel in your
    body
  • What you believe about your
    appearance


Montana Team Nutrition (2003)
  Positive Body Image              Negative body
                                      image
• Appreciate and
  celebrate your natural        • Have a bad perception
  body shape                      of your shape – you
• Understand that a               see your body
  person’s physical               differently than it is.
  appearance is only a          • Think that other
  part of who they are.           people find you
• Have a clear                    unattractive
  perception of your            • See your size or shape
  shape – you see your            as a personal failure.
  body as it really is and
  feel comfortable in it.

Montana Team Nutrition (2003)
Negative body image
     I wish                    I wish
     my skin                   could
       was                       be
     lighter                  skinnier




     I wish my
      skin was
      darker..
          …
                   I wish I
                  could be
                 taller and
                   prettier
       Influence of Family
      Look at her she is a
         pretty girl …
                                  You look cute in
                                    that dress


My boy is really strong….


                             Girls don’t dress
                                 that way
Influence of Peers/friends

         Look at her, she
           is so fat ….


                            I think you
                            should diet
     Her hair
      is so
     ugly…
Influence of the media, toys,
           stories




                      Sleeping beauty
                      Cinderella
                      Beauty and the
                      Beast
                       Rapunsel
Group activities


Find your color
group
 Questions for Red group

*Find the sentences
*Decide if it’s a positive or a negative
comment
* Discuss in your group how this comments
affect you or others
           Blue Group
• Look at all the pictures as a group
• Decide weather the advertisement is
  a “winner” ( sending a positive non
  stereotyped message) or “offender”
(sending a stereotyped, ideal
  message)
• Place them on the two columns
          Yellow Group
• Lay out all the sentences
• Find the statements that makes
  sense. There are 4 different.
• Decide as a group where should you
  place the sentence ( leading to
  positive self concept- leading to
  negative self concept)
• Come up with two original statement
  as a group
   Thanks for your
    participation


Look forward for next session
   Guidance Lesson Day 2
• Objectives & expectations
• Recognize positive aspects of self
• Develop own image of beauty
• Learn how to recognize bullying
• Learn strategies to deal with bullying
        General Objectives
• Developing critical skills in analyzing
  media messages
• Analyze factors that influence our body
  image
• Develop a positive attitude toward self and
  as a unique and worthy person.
• Learn how recognize and deal with bulling
  because of the way you look or dress.
     Class Expectations
• Follow class expectations
• Be ready to learn
• Respect classmates comments
• Positive comments/no put-downs
• Respect
         Towards a positive body
                image…
• Be aware of the factors that contribute to your own body image
• Concentrate on being healthy and having a healthy weight.
• Change your focus: instead of concentrating on what you don’t
  like about your self, pay attention to the things you like about
  your self
• Make positive comments about your own body and the bodies
  of others.
• Be receptive: accept compliments from others

From Preserving Body Image and Self-Esteem Among Overweight Youngsters Joanne Ikeda, MA, RD
     University of California Extension Nutrition Specialist
     , 2004 FNEP ITV
     University of Missouri-Columbia
   Accepting Yourself
                         I appreciate
I’m fast                   that I’m
                            smart



             I am a
           good writer              I am a
                                     good
                                    person
        Reflect… silent activity
• Have you ever been on the receiving end of a cruel
  comment about your physical size or appearance?

• Have others let you know, in some way, that you’re
  not attractive enough?

• Have you ever skipped an activity to avoid
  comments about your appearance?

• Do you think often about dieting because of
  comments about your weight?

• Have you ever made cruel comments to others
  about their appearance?
Adaapted from http://www.tolerance.org/teach/activities/ac
    What to do if you are being
             bullied?
• Walk away
• State your opinion: “I’m sorry you
  don’t like my shirt, but I do”
• Ask a question: “Why do you care so
  much?”
• Tell an adult



strongerthanbullies.org
Stopping Bullying
   Check-list
         Practicing skills
• Group activities
                  References
• Teaching
  tolerance:http://www.tolerance.org/teach/activity/jsp?ar=8
  2
• Turning Points
  http://www.turningpoints.org?conversations.htm
• Montana Team Nutrition,2003. Your own healthy style. A
  middle school curriculum to enhance body image. Retrieved
  September 29 from
  http://www.opi.state.mt.us/PDF/health/BodyImageCurr.pd
  f.
• Preserving Body Image and Self-Esteem Among Overweight
  Youngsters Joanne Ikeda, MA, RD
  University of California Extension Nutrition Specialist
  , 2004 FNEP ITV
  University of Missouri-Columbia

				
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