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Health-Chapter 2

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What is the first step toward taking responsibility for your health? Committing to take charge of your actions and behaviors in a way that reduces risks and promotes wellness
Define the term health skills. Specific tools and strategies that help you maintain, protect, and improve all aspects of your health
Explain what is involved in having effective communication skills. You want to make yourself heard but also be a good listener
Define the term refusal skills. Communication strategies that can help you say no when you are urged against your values
What is conflict resolution? The process of ending a conflict through cooperation and problem solving
What is one attitude that can be considered the key to conflict resolution? Respecting other's rights and your own
For what do you take responsibility when you practice self-management? Your health and act in specific ways that promote your wellness
Define the term stress management. Ways to deal with or overcome the negative effects of stress
List two strategies that can be used for managing stress. Listening to soothing music and manage time effectively
List three internal influences that can affect your health choices. Knowledge, values, and desires
List three external influences that can affect your health choices. Family, friends, and peers
List two sources of health information that can be considered reliable. Health organizations and encyclopedias
Define the term advocacy. Taking action to influence others to address a health-related concern or to support a health-related belief
Define the term decision-making skills. Steps that enable you to make a healthy decision
What are the decision-making steps designed to help you do? Make decisions that protect your rights and health while respecting others
Why is it helpful to seek advice from those with more experience, such as parents and guardians? They can provide valuable feedback and strengthen family bonds and values
What are values? The ideas, beliefs, and attitudes about what is important
Define the term goal. Something you aim for that taking planning and work
What are two possible positive results if setting goals? Finish an assignment before it is due and working hard in practice and then winning all of the games
Define the term short-term goal. A goal that you can reach in a short period of time
Define the term long-term goal. A goal that you plan to reach over an extended time period
What is an action plan? A multi step strategy to identify and achieve your goals
Set a specific, realistic goal, and write it down; list the steps you will take to reach the goal; identify sources of help and support; set a reasonable time frame for reaching your goal; evaluate your progress by establishing checkpoints; reward yoursel
Define the term character. Those distinctive qualities that describe how a person thinks, feels, and behaves
What does it mean to be a person with good character? Demonstrates core values such as responsibility, honesty, integrity, and respect and knows techniques for communicating
Explain how your character can impact you physical health. Character affects how you look and act
Explain how your character impacts you mental/emotional health. Character affects how you think about everyone
Explain how your character can impact you social health. Character affects how people might act around you
List six traits that contribute to good character. Trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship
Give two examples of how trustworthiness might be demonstrated. You'll do what you said you'll do and don't cheat or steal
Give two examples of how respect might be demonstrated. Tolerate of differences and good manners
Give two examples of how responsibility might be demonstrated. Think before you act and don't blame others for their actions
Give two examples of how fairness might be demonstrated. Play by the rules and take turns and share
Give two examples of how caring can be demonstrated. You are forgiving and help people in need
Give two examples of his citizenship might be demonstrated. Obeys laws and rules and cooperate with others
When do most people learn character and core ethical values? When you're young
What is a role model? Someone whose success or behavior serves as an example for others
Give an example of how someone could demonstrate good character at home. By carrying out your responsibilities, you demonstrate trustworthiness and reliability
Give an example of how someone could demonstrate good character at school. You follow the rules as well as show respect for teachers and fellow students
Give an example of how someone could demonstrate good character in your community. You want to obey the rules, respect the needs of others, and being tolerate if differences
Created by: walkerh10