1 handout the self concept checklist worksheet one

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1. Handout the “Self-concept Checklist” worksheet. One area that will be impacted entering high school is your self-concept. Meeting new friends, experiencing peer pressure, trying to “fit in” are all issues 9th graders may go through. Explain that the self-concept checklist will help increase their self-concept. Allow students time to complete the checklist. Discuss responses and or collect them after the class period for formative evaluation. 2. After discussing possible responses, explain to the students that there are ways to improve their self-concept as well as maintain it. Allow them time to complete the “Improving Your Self- Concept” worksheet. Discuss and or collect for formative evaluation. 3. Ask students what they are most looking forward to doing in high school. Discuss responses. Ask students if they are aware of all the opportunities available to them in 1. Students complete the self-concept checklist. Discuss what indicates positive or negative self-concepts. 2. Students will complete the “Improving Your Self-Concept” worksheet. Discuss ways for developing or maintaining a positive self-concept. 3. Students respond to questions Discuss benefits to joining clubs Checkmark or circle clubs they may be interested in joining. 4. Students will identify how each role has shaped their self-concepts and list at least one responsibility they have in each role.
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Who Am I and How Do I Fit Into the World? GRADE 9 SESSION 1 UNIT 1 their new school community. Direct students to the “Clubs/Organization List.” Let them know about all the different opportunities they have to be involved with. Discuss the benefits of more friends (new friends), sense of belonging, school pride, learning new things, taking risks, organizing time and responsibilities and increased positive self-concept. Ask students to check or circle clubs they may be
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