Notes/Homework

google classroom codes for each 8 grey class are as follows

period one: 2 o b n j m n

period two:  i z n k k t

Period 3:  f 7 5 c 1 g

Period four: u h m n x v

Period five: 3 b 4 w 4 i

week of 0818.10

here i will recap the week of health class. with what was taught in class, any 
notes and homework.



Week of 0818.24:​ RECAP
 
Monday: Journal quote: why do you think covey chose the 6 decisions as the most important decisions you will every make?

part of the brain video/ Your brain is amazing--look at the bottom of page 
85 "aococdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoatnt tihing is taht the frist and lsat ltteer be in rghit pclae."

Tuesday: Journal quote: read pages 76-77 yellow sections to see why its important to utilize your talents/passions in your career.
Answer questions on pages 80-83: the voice finder; to help you further discover your voice, try the voice-finder activity.  for an online printable version of the voice finder, go to www.6decisions.com

Weds: journal quote: looking at page 90; what is one piece of advice that would apply to your life and why? 
Directed reading on pages 36-37  School checkup quiz.  Be honest with yourself when answering.  Active learning: STICKING IT OUT marshmallow test.

Thursday: Silent reading: pages 83-104 read and take notes on the 8 sections. Stop at being a friend.  brainstorm (5 minutes) qualities of a good friend. write them down and discuss, add any that you heard or did not think of.

Friday: Journal quote: "no one can make you feel inferior without your consent"  Write a short paragraph describing what this quote means to you.
then with a partner discuss your paragraph.

Intro to SEW: Teen Health Green book: directed reading pages 86-87 

Week of 8.31.18 RECAP

Monday/Tuesday: Deputy Martin's Digital Citizenship Presentation covering students online presence. the rise of smartphones and teen's use.  Human trafficking, cyberbullying and developing empathy.  Understanding your Emotional IQ, and Social IQ 

Weds: Journal Quote: "do you have high or low self-esteem? How does your self-esteem affect the way you behave?  DBQ: do you have control over how others feel and act? why or why not?  Review page 87- what makes you who you are?  Your personality?  Your self-concept? Your self-esteem?

Thursday: Journal Quote: none.  DBQ: "emotions are neither good or bad, right or wrong?"  Why or Why not?

Improving your mental and emotional needs:
1. Motivate yourself; setting healthy, realistic goals and working to achieve them.
2. Focus on your strengths: making a list of your strengths and your success, and working to improve your skills, talents and abilities.

3.Understand and manage your feelings: being able to recognize the cause of your anxiety.

4. Develop a positive attitude: "by taking a strong p in the morning" ( developing that positive attitude when your feet hit the floor every morning) 

 5. Learn from your mistakes: taking responsibility for your actions.

Directed reading: pages 91-92  identifying your emotions
happiness, sadness, fear, anger, love, empathy, sympathy, anxiety, jealousy

Active learning: one-act dramatic play to demonstrate the emotions.

Friday: Pass back the 5 things my teacher should know about me papers.
intro to goal setting : the S.M.A.R.T GOAL  understanding the importance of writing down your goal to achieve it.

Overcoming your anxiety by developing RESILIENCE: the ability to adapt to and recover from disappointment, difficulty, or crisis

Understanding your emotional needs: everyone has physical needs, such as water, food, and sleep. You have emotional needs, these are needs that affect your feelings and sense of self-being.

They are:
the need to feel worthwhile: you need to feel you are making a difference in the world.
the need to love and be loved: you need to feel that you are cared for and you are special to people.
the need to belong: you need to know that others accept and respect you as you are.

Week of 9.07.18 RECAP

Monday: Labor day no school.

Tuesday: Work habits graph passed out for student self-evaluation on weekly work habit grade.  Class craft boss battle quiz.

Weds: Bullying lesson presented by counseling office:  Notes on presentation is as follows:
Rude vs Being Mean
Rude: getting into personal space, being disrespectful, burping, coughing on someone. 
Being Mean: saying or doing something on purpose to hurt someone.  Maybe once or twice. 
Bullying: behavior that is on purpose, repeated over time, which involves an imbalance of power.  4 Types of bullying: 1. physical: actions that hurt. 2. verbal: words that hurt your feelings. 3. Friendship: words and or actions that can hurt your feelings.  4. Cyberbullying: internal, repeated, harmful behavior using technology to belittle someone.  Using social media.
What you can do: Stop, Walk, Talk these 3 actions will help the individual to deal with being bullied.  Stop: tell them to stop, Walk: walk away from the 
situation. Talk: tell someone, a trusted adult, teacher, parent, coach, etc.

Journal 5.5: "words are free. Its how you use them that may cost you"
write 3-4 sentences on what this means to you.

For Your Information: Colorado Statues on Harassment are:
18-9-111 Harassment / Kiana's Law
18-9-121 Ethnic Intimidation (repealed in 2016 to Bias-Motivated Crimes)

Thursday: Journal 6: "if a close friend insulted you, how would you feel? How might you react?  DBQ: myth or fact: it is healthy to "let your feelings out"  Lesson on expressing your emotions. one important part of a healthy personality is being able to express emotions in a appropriate manner.
Primary emotions: are express by people in all cultures are: happiness, sadness, anger, fear.  Learned emotions: which are not expressed in the same way by all people. These emotions are called "social emotions or learned emotions. Learned emotions depend on the social environment in which a person grows up in.  

Friday: Journal 7: "which is more difficult to do, name the emotion you're feeling or pinpoint its source?  Why?   Lesson: influences.  what influences your behavior?  External: media: books, magazines, TV, friends, family, or social media.  Internal: pressures from inside yourself.  are they appropriate or inappropriate?  
Common Defense Mechanisms: can be helpful if they are not overused.
1. Denial: refusing to recognize an emotion or problem
2. Compensation: making up for weaknesses in one area by excelling in another area.
3. Rationalization: making excuses for actions or feelings
4. Reaction Formation: Behaving in a way opposite to the way you feel
5. Projection: putting your own faults onto another person
6. Regression: returning to immature behaviors to express your emotions
7. Displacement: is having bad feelings towards someone not really related to the cause of the problem.

QUOTE OF THE DAY:
You are responsible for how you act, No matter 
how you feel!  REMEMBER THAT!


Week of 9.14.
18 RECAP
Monday:  Journal #8: List 3 major life changes you have experience in the past 5 years.

Stress is the response of your body and mind to being challenged or threatened.  You experience stress when situation,events, or people make demands on your body and mind. The many causes of stress are called stressors: which is an event or situation that causes stress.

Four general types of stressors are
1. major life changes.
2. catastrophes. 
3. everyday problems
4. environmental problems

Positive stress is sometimes called eustress. Negative stress is sometimes called distress.

Warning signs of stress and how stress affects your body?

BEHAVIORAL
1. overeating or hardly eating at all
2. sleep problems
3. hurrying or talking fast
4. withdrawing from relationships

CHANGES IN THINKING
1. unable to concentrate
2. negative thinking
3. excessive worrying
4. self-criticism
5. critical of others

PHYSICAL CHANGES
1. muscle tension
2. headaches
3. upset stomach
4. pounding heart
5. shortness of breath
6. increased sweating
7. skin rash

EMOTIONAL CHANGES
1. irritable 
2. angry
3. impatient
4. nervous
5. increased crying

Stress and Illness: severe or prolonged stress can affect your health.  Stress can trigger certain illnesses, reduce the body's ability to fight an illness and make some diseases harder to control. 
stomach aches, asthma, headaches, lower resistance to disease, and heart disease.