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Building Self-Concept

Main Core Tie

Teen Living
Strand 1 Standard 1

Time Frame

1 class periods of 70 minutes each

Group Size

Individual

Life Skills

  • Thinking & Reasoning
  • Character

Authors

Vikki Masters

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!


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.


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


Created: 05/28/2012
Updated: 02/05/2018