Lesson Plan

Chapter 13 -Lesson 2 Peer Pressure and Refusal Skills (Health & Wellness period 1-2)

Chapter 13 - Lesson 2: Peer Pressure and Refusal Skills
Diamond T.
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My Grades K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
My Subjects English Language Arts, Science, Health & Wellness
Objectives

Students will be able to...

  • Have a clear understanding of what peer pressure is and the positive and negative effects it can have on teens.
  • Demonstrate and give examples of positive and negative peer pressure.
  • Demonstrate and give examples of refusal skills.
  • Have a clear understanding of the "HEALTH TERMS" peer pressure, manipulation, refusal skills, passive, aggressive, assertive. 
Subjects
Health & Wellness
Grades 6 - 12
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1 Hook

Introduce today's lesson: Chapter 13 - Lesson 2 Review  (pg. 304-309) Textbook Glencoe Health

  •  Lesson 2 : Peer Pressure and Refusal Skills                     (pg. 304-309)
  • Introduce the Peer Pressure - Real Life Teens Series video.

 

Student Instructions

Chapter 13 -Lesson 2: Peer Pressure and Refusal Skills (pg. 304-309) Textbook Glencoe Health

Watch the Peer Pressure - Real Life Teens Series video.

2 Direct Instruction

Activity: Reading

Lesson 2 :  Review Peer Pressure and Refusal Skills               (pg. 304-309)Textbook Glencoe Health

  • Give students examples of positive and negative peer pressure.
  • Ask students to give 3 examples for each.
Student Instructions

Lesson 2 :  Review Peer Pressure and Refusal Skills               (pg. 304-309)Textbook Glencoe Health

  • Give examples of positive and negative peer pressure.
  • Re-Read Lesson 2 (pg. 304-309)

3 Guided Practice

Introduce the Good Kid Mad Peer Pressure Video.

  • Ask students to give their feedback on the video.
  1. What type of peer pressure happened in the video?
  2. Do you think this type of peer pressure happens more to boys or girls?
  3. Who experiences peer pressure more boys or girls? 

Watch the One Simple Skill To Overcome Peer Pressure Video.

  • Ask students to give their feedback on the video.​

  1. Do you think the group could have pressured you to change your answer?

  2. How could you influence the group in a positive why to change their answer?

  3. Give examples of how you influenced your friends to do what you wanted.

 

 

Student Instructions

Watch the Good Kid Mad Peer Pressure Video.

  • Give your feedback on the video you just watched.
  1. What type of peer pressure happened in the video?
  2. Do you think this type of peer pressure happens more to boys or girls?
  3. Who experiences peer pressure more boys or girls? 

Watch the One Simple Skill To Overcome Peer Pressure Video.

  • Give your feedback on the video you just watched.
  1. ​Do you think the group could have pressured you to change your answer?
  2. How could you influence the group in a positive why to change their answer?
  3. Give examples of how you influenced your friends to do what you wanted.

4 Independent Practice

Activity: Assessing

Complete Chapter 13 review (pg. 312-313)                   Textbook Glencoe Health

Student Instructions

Complete Chapter 13 review (pg. 312-313)                Textbook Glencoe Health

5 Wrap-Up

Activity: Creating

Your Health Barometer: Self - Inventory (pg. 297)  Textbook Glencoe Health

Complete Your Health Portfolio Self-Inventory Follow Up part A or B (pg. 311)

Student Instructions

Your Health Barometer: Self - Inventory (pg. 297)  Textbook Glencoe Health

Complete Your Health Portfolio Self-Inventory Follow Up part A or B (pg. 311)