Lesson 01 -- Making Decisions PPT

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Teens lesson one making decisions presentation slides 04/09
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the decision-making process The decision-making process Identify the problem Gather information and list possible alternatives Consider consequences of each alternative Select the best course of action Evaluate the results teens – lesson 1 - slide 1-A
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factors that can influence a decision  A. Values What is important to your family, others in  your culture? A. Peers People you know Pressure for positive or negative  behaviors A. Habits You are accustomed to doing it this way A. Feelings (love, anger, frustration,  ambivalence, rejection) If you do make a certain decision If you don’t make a certain decision E. Family Your family’s preference Decisions other family members have  made F. Risks and consequences What (or how much) you stand to win What (or how much) you stand to lose G. Age Minor Adult teens – lesson 1 - slide 1-B
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common decision-making strategies spontaneity Choosing the first option that comes to mind; giving  little or no consideration to the consequences of the  choice. compliance
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course BUS 114 taught by Professor Pitts during the Spring '10 term at Grand Valley State University.

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