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7th Grade Unit 3 Voc

Bullying a type of violence in which one person uses threats, taunts, or violence to intimidate another again and again
Gang a group of young people who band together to participate in violent or criminal behavior
Media forms of public communication, such as television, movies, newspapers, music, music videos, video games, and computer software.
Role Model a person other people admire and imitate
Risk Behaviors actions that may cause injury to yourself or others
Consequences the results of actions
Cumulative Risk related risks that increase in effect with each added risk.
Prevention taking steps to make sure that something does not happen
Abstinence the conscious, active choice not to participate in high-risk behaviors
Stress the body’s response to real or imagined dangers or other life events
Stress Management Identifying sources of stress and learning how to handle them in ways that promote good mental/emotional health
Stressors sources of stress
Positive Stress stress that can help you to reach your goals; also called eustress
Distress negative stress; stress that prevents you from doing what you need to do, stress that causes you discomfort
Coping Skills ways of dealing with and overcoming problems
Time management set of skills or tools that work together to help a person get more value out of their time with the aim of improving the quality of life.
Family relationship the connection a person has with family members
Interpersonal Relationship connection a person has with others
Friendship a relationship with someone you know, trust, and regard with affection.
Acquaintance someone you see occasionally
Compromise when both sides in a conflict agree to give up something in order to reach a solution that satisfies everyone.
Social Skills skills a person needs to communicate effectively and show others respect
Character the way a person thinks, feels and act
Created by: Coumba