Choices
How choices affect you
How choices affect others
Peer Pressure
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True or False

For every choice we make, there is a consequence.

True

100

You made an impulsive decision and got into trouble.  What are some of the emotions you might feel after?

guilty, shameful, sad, angry, scared, upset, etc.

100

You notice one of your classmates plays alone every day at recess so you ask them if they want to play with you. How do you think that kid might feel?


happy, excited, etc. 

100

True or False:  Only kids and teens deal with peer pressure?

False

100

Name 2 types of communications

verbal and non verbal

200

True or False

Consequences are always negative.

False

200

You decide to study for your math test instead of playing video games How does this choice affect you?

You might feel prepared, get a better grade, feel proud
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You keep talking in class while your teacher is going over important instructions.  How will this affect those around you?

They will not be able to hear and might not know what to do; your teacher may have to repeat herself; your teacher and classmates could lose focus; your teacher and classmates might get frustrated with you

200

What is peer pressure?

Being influenced by others when making decisions

200

What does it mean to trust someone?

To be able to rely on something or someone, having someone whose there for you 

300

True or False

We should always think how our decisions may make other people feel.

True

300

A classmate is threatening you at school.  You are scared, but choose to do nothing.  How could this effect you?

Answers will vary.  

300

You decide to be disrespectful to the substitute teacher by making fun of him/her.  How do you think this could effect the substitute teacher and others in the school?

The sub could leave; the sub could be hurt and frustrated; others cannot learn; other staff may not be able to do their job because they now have to cover a class

300

Is peer pressure always a bad thing?  Please explain your answer.

No, it is not always a bad thing.  Explanations will vary.

300

Why is trust important in all relationships and friendships?

It is important because thats how you build a bond and work together

400

Who do our actions and choices impact? (2)

Ourselves and others

400

You and another student start shoving each other after a disagreement.  How do you think this decision will effect you?

You may get into trouble at school and/or home, you might hurt your friendship

400

You choose to not do your part in a group project.  How will this affect your group?

They will be mad; you're creating more work for others, everyone's grades may suffer

400

Your friends are all taking turns stealing snacks from the cafeteria.  They tell you it will be your turn on Friday and that you have to do it or else they won't be your friend.  You don't really want to do it, but you also don't want your friends to be mad.  Do you feel like this is peer pressure?  Explain.

Yes, because they are trying to influence your decision by threatening your friendships.

400

List 5 qualities of a good leader 

good communicator, motivate others, has good decision making skills, good listener, a good team player 

500

You notice that your teacher is not feeling well today so you talk to your classmates about staying on task and help her out to make your teacher's day easier. What type of choice is this?

A. Impulsive

B. Doing Nothing

C. Being a Follower

D. Thoughtful

Thoughtful



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You continuously lie to your teacher.  How will this affect you?

You will get the reputation for being someone who can't be trusted, you may lose privileges,  you could be sent to office 

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You continuously lie to your friends.  How does this choice effect them?

They loses trust in you, is disappointed, mad, upset

500

Give an example of peer pressure.

Answers will vary.

500

Why do things fall when you drop them?

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