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Building Self-Concept

Life Skills:

  • Thinking & Reasoning
  • Character

Time Frame:
1 class period that runs 70 minutes.

Group Size:
Individual


 

Summary:
There are many ways to build your self-concept. Self-talk is one way to do that. Be careful what you say to yourself. You may become just that!

Main Curriculum Tie:
Teen Living
Strand 1 Standard 1

Discuss how each person is unique, but alike in Havighurst developmental stages. *STEM (Human Development/Biology)

Materials:

  • Bell Ringer Cards for each student
  • Large clear balloon
  • 12" Long Needle
  • Lubricant (Shortening, Oil or Vaseline)
  • Colored Butcher Paper, 6-8 feet long
  • Markers
  • Self-Talk Study Guide Handout
  • Self-Talk PowerPoint Presentation
  • Construction Paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue Sticks

Intended Learning Outcomes:
Identify skills which lead to understanding of self (self-esteem, self-concept, how to build self-concept, and personality development).

Instructional Procedures:
Teacher and student step-by-step instructions are found below in the "Building Self-Concept Lesson Plan" attachment.

Attachments

Assessment Plan:
Observe students as they participate in the activities. The thank you note will be a homework assignment. Have them turn in their thank you notes first, grade them, then the students can deliver their notes.

Bibliography:
Teen Living Curriculum Guide from the Utah State Office of Education

Author:
Vikki Masters

Created Date :
May 28 2012 13:41 PM

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