The Accident: Moment of Truth
Objective: Alcoholism, Family issues, Drunk Driving
1. List the stressors in Lizzies life?
2. People, who are alcoholics, usually go through a predictable progression.
b. Regular user
STRESS MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
a. Autogenic training
b. Time management
d. Progressive Muscle Relaxation
g. Conflict Resolution/Anger Management
j. Communication, Sup
1. What is the message from our society(tv,music,movies,magazines,etc.) today
about sex? To have sex or not to have sex?
2. What percent of 10th grade kids are having sex? Do you think 10th grade kids are
ready for sex? Explain?
3. Do females and
become acquainted with yourself:
You must manage three parts of your private internal world- your thoughts, values, and emotions.
These three parts also play a role in the decisions you make.
A first step toward emot
Resolving Conflicts and Forming Relationships
Relationships with Others
People who value themselves, because they are confident and happy, attract other people into
A persons friends can form a strong relationship
SUPPORT SYSTEM- a network of
Study Guide for Health 10 Quiz 3
Child Abuse Unit
Know the resources for reporting child abuse (in NJ and Nationally)
Know the flow chart for what happens when a case is reported (you have it on a handout and took notes from
Know statistics on
Quiz 2 Study Guide
What is the first rule of giving first aid?
What are universal precautions?
What are the Four Cs of Emergency Care?
What are the ABCs of First Aid?
What is the Good Samaritan Law? Does it protect you from being
Four justifiable re
Study Guide for Health 10 Quiz
Dating and Relationships Unit:
Be able to draw and label the ven diagram about balance in relationships (handout on this)
Be able to draw and label the cycle of abuse (handout on this)
Sexual Harassment Unit: PowerPoint Slid
The force that moves people to act
Motivation that comes naturally is from instincts, or human drives
Drives- deep physical urges such as hunger, thirst, fear, and tiredness
Strong motivators that make you take actions necessary to
Mature Decisions and Actions
When two values a person holds conflict with each other, decisions and actions become
-Should I have fun (value: enjoy life)
or should I study (value: good grades)
-Should I tell my friend unpleasant fact (value: ho
The ability to recognize and appropriately express ones emotions in a way that enhances life.
DEALING WITH AN EMOTION
1. Recognize it. What am I feeling?
2. Own it. Accept that you feel it.
3. Verbalize it. Express it in words to yo
Emotional Health Notes
Fact or Fiction
1. Emotional health is not related to physical health.
False- Emotional is closely tied to physical health.
2. Once a person adopts values, they remain firmly fixed for a lifetime.
False- Once a person adopts values,