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dobinski unit one

dobinski unit one lifeskills 6th grade

character the way you think, feel and act
trustworthiness reliable, keeping promises
respect treating others the way you'd like them to treat you
responsibility willing to take on duties or tasks
fairness treating everyone equally and honestly
caring treating others with understanding
citizenship following rules and obeying laws
advocacy taking a stand to make a difference
role model a person whose success or behavior serves as a good example for others
puberty time when you start developing the physical characteristics of adults of your gender
adolescence period between childhood and adulthood
abstinence choosing not to have sex
resistance skills ways to say no
physical health health of your body
emotional health health of your mind
social health health of your relationships
SMART specific, measurable, action oriented, realistic, timely
long term goal big important goals you set for the future
short term goal steps you take to reach your long term goal
daily goal to-do list
self concept view you have of yourself
self esteem measure of how much you like and respect yourself
peer pressure someone your age who tries to get you to do something positive or negative
responsible decision healthy, safe, legal, guidelines of family, respect self, good character
Created by: tdobinski