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Self-Concept

Time Frame:
1 class period that runs 70 minutes.


 

Summary:
Students will learn how they can build their self-esteem.

Main Curriculum Tie:
Adult Roles And Responsibilities
Standard 1 Objective 1

Explain how self-concept and self-esteem are built and preserved and how it relates to the perception of individual strengths and weaknesses.

Materials:

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Background For Teachers:
The textbook used is, "Strengthening Family and Self" published by Goodheart-Willcox.

Intended Learning Outcomes:
Explain how self-concept is built and preserved. Explain how it relates to the perception of individual strengths and weaknesses. Describe the development of self-concept and the self-concept circle.

Instructional Procedures:
Journal, Text, Motivator, Cartoon, Personal History Assignment, Self-Concept Circle, Case Studies, Building Self-Esteem, Pos/Neg characteristics, Activity Rest In Peace: The I can't Funeral, Students write an I can paper," Video Clip Its in Every One of Us, Puzzle pieces.

Assessment Plan:

Web Sites

  • UTIPS
    Go to the UEN lesson plans folder and click on the lesson topic. This quiz might include questions that do not apply to the subject (they were from my concurrent enrollment textbook reading). You'll need to delete these questions.

Author:
DOREEN ROBINSON

Created Date :
Apr 29 2003 21:35 PM

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