Communication
Family Relationships
Peer Relationships
100

The exchange of information through the use of words or actions.

What is communication?

100

The basic unit of society and includes two or more people by blood, marriage, adoption or a desire to support each other. 

What is Family?

100

People who are close to you in age who are a lot like you.

What are peers?

200

Two forms of communication

What is verbal and nonverbal communication?

200

Two parents and one or more child(ren).

What is a nuclear family?

200

A relationship with someone you know, trust and regard with affection.

What is a friendship?

300

Three types of communication styles.

What are assertive, passive and aggressive?

300

Fulfilling physical, mental/emotional and social needs.

What is Nuture?

300

Qualities of a strong healthy relationship.

What are shared values, reliability, loyalty, sympathy, caring, trust and respect?

400

Four ways to communicate 

What are words, postures, gestures and facial expressions?

400

Failure to provide for the basic physical and emotional needs of a dependent.

What is Neglect?

400

The influence your peer group has on you. 

What is Peer Pressure?

500

Two of the most direct ways to communicate

What is speaking and listening in person?

500

Name two guidelines for making and keeping strong family relationships. 

What is supporting or showing appreciation for each other, follow family rules, spend quality time together, use good communication skills, show responsibility or repect?

500

The acronym H.E.L.P. stands for this when recognizing negative peer pressure. 

What is Healthful, Ethical, Legal and Parent-Approved?
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