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Debbie Dunn aka DJ Lyons

Section 1: Lesson Objectives for Teaching about Peer Pressure versus Exercise No Muscle concepts

Below, you will see the following ten (10) sections:

(A) Character Traits Addressed

(B) Conflict Resolution Strategies Addressed

(C) Other Concepts Addressed

(D) Cognitive/Instructional Objectives

(E) Emotional Objectives

(F) Behavioral Objectives

(G) Glossary Of Terms

(H) Lesson Length

(I) Links for Teaching Posters for Classroom Use

(J) Links for all the Peer Pressure versus exercise no muscle stories and lesson plans

(A) Character Traits Addressed
* Responsibility
* Self-Control
* Respecting & Valuing Self
* Respecting & Valuing Others
* Tolerance & Allowing
* Justice & Fairness & Citizenship
* Valuing & Respecting Authority
* Leadership
* Trustworthiness
* Caring & Giving

(B) Conflict Resolution Strategies Addressed

* Basic Needs

* Three Outcomes of Conflict: WIN-WIN, WIN-LOSE, LOSE-LOSE

* Passive, Aggressive, & Assertive Responses to Conflict

* I Messages

* Fight or Flight

* Anger Management Techniques

(C) Other Concepts Addressed

* Reading

* Critical-Thinking Skills

* Oral-Speaking Practice

(D) Cognitive/Instructional Objectives

a. Students will understand and comprehend what it means to exercise his or her no muscle.

b. Students will learn several techniques to deal with negative peer pressure.

c. Students will learn several positive peer pressure strategies.

(E) Emotional Objectives

a. I value and respect myself; therefore, I will learn how to take care of myself better as I deal with peer pressure.

b. I want people to like and respect me; therefore, I am careful about how striving to seek a balance between pleasing them yet also maintaining my personal integrity.

c. I value other people; therefore, I will consciously work on how I give vent to any angry feelings I might be feeling.

d. I value and respect myself; therefore, I will try to distract myself from feelings of anger, worry, guilt, sadness, or fear and replace those thoughts with good-feeling daydreams and activities.

(F) Behavioral Objectives

a. Students will decrease the number of times they give vent to their angry feelings in an inappropriate fashion.

b. Students will increase the number of times they work to feel good rather than cling to feelings of anger, worry, guilt, sadness, or fear.

(G) Glossary of Terms:

Self-Control – To restrain, regulate, and direct oneself to act in ways that you and others feel are appropriate. To exercise authority over one’s own actions, thoughts, and words.

Valuing & Respecting Self - Feel full of worth, merit, usefulness, and importance. To hold oneself in high regard and esteem. To be considerate of one’s self and to show concern for self. To feel one is worth meriting respect & esteem from others. To feel motivated to be good or proper in behavior and to demonstrate conventional conduct.

Valuing & Respecting Others - Feel that other people are full of worth, merit, usefulness, and importance. To hold others in high regard and esteem. To be considerate of others and to show concern for them. To feel other people are worthwhile and that they merit your respect and esteem.

DIPLOMACY & BEING DIPLOMATIC is treating others with politeness and respect. It is also the usage of I Messages. People around you are able to save face and feel safe and comfortable to be around you.

Lesson Length: 2 to 4 class periods

Step 1: Introductory K-W-L MODEL Discussion (K & W Questions)

Step 2: Class discusses and defines Vocabulary terminology

Step 3: Teacher reads Story to class found on Web

Step 4: Popcorn Review

Step 5: Act out Scripted Role-Play found on Web

Step 6: Six Bloom’s Taxonomy Discussion Questions

Step 7: Students' writing assignment

Step 8: Wrap-Up K-W-L MODEL Discussion (L Question)

Teaching Posters for Classroom Use

(J) Links for all the Peer Pressure versus Exercise No Muscle stories and lesson plans.

Peer Pressure is hard to resist

  1. Peer Pressure versus Exercise No Muscle Story
  2. Peer Pressure versus Exercise No Muscle Role-Play
  3. Peer Pressure versus Exercise No Muscle Lesson Plan (grades 6-8) (coming soon)

(More titles to come soon)

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  1. Peer Pressure versus Exercise No Muscle Story
  2. Peer Pressure versus Exercise No Muscle Role-Play
  3. Peer Pressure versus Exercise No Muscle Lesson Plan (grades 6-8)

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  1. Peer Pressure versus Exercise No Muscle Story
  2. Peer Pressure versus Exercise No Muscle Role-Play
  3. Peer Pressure versus Exercise No Muscle Lesson Plan (grades 6-8)

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