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  1. Journal 10-6-10 • Finish the following: • I would never…… • I will always…… • Most days…… • On occasion……

  2. Lesson 8 Self-concept and Self-confidence pg 21-24 • Objectives • Understand the importance of accepting positive comments. • Understand the problem of basing one’s self-concept on performance. • Develop an understanding of self-confidence.

  3. Problems for Leaders pg. 21 • 1. Hearing the negative over the positive • For example: we must learn to accept the positive things people say to us as well as the more critical comments. Just as I had you complete a feedback form from me, I need to also know areas of improvement, you too need to hear areas where you can improve. • 2. Self-concept based on performance • This is deadly for a leader do not base your sense of worth on your abilities or your performance, because those things can change so easily.

  4. Self-concept based on performance • How do you feel when you’ve played a great game? Why? • What about when you’ve played poorly and cost your team a victory? Why? • You see, as a leader, you can’t allow your thoughts about yourself to be based on your performance! Your performance will always be up and down. You’ll have good days and bad days, good thoughts and bad thoughts. This does not mean that we don’t try to do our best. • Leaders are committed to growth….. To “personal mastery.” In other words, we will not allow our performance to control how we choose to feel about ourselves!

  5. Self-concept Based on Performance • What are little babies good for? • What do we really say about and to little babies? • Something changes though. • The rules change. • We are given worth even though we did nothing to earn it, now we are expected to perform at a certain level if we are to receive that same degree of acceptance. A lot of this pressure comes from your parents, doesn’t it? • Are you a person worthy of acceptance? • Are you loveable and of great worth regardless of your performance?

  6. Self-concept • Is what you think about yourself. And who decides what you think about yourself? • That’s right, you do! • The question is: What are we going to choose to think about ourselves? What about you?

  7. Hello You cannot switch cards! Find your match and sit with those students. • You need to talk about the lesson or topic and what you have learned about the lesson/topic. • One person will report to the class.

  8. Journal • What if all the streets were rivers? What would be different? • What would happen if people never co-operated? Why do you think it is important to co-operate? • What would happen if it really did rain cats and dogs? • What would happen if animals could talk? What are some of the questions you would like to ask animals?

  9. Self-confidence pg 22 • Doodle space for you! Enjoy • What are some characteristics of people that show self-confidence? Write your ideas on page 22.

  10. Characteristics of People With Self-Confidence • A good, true, and positive self-concept produces self-confidence in us. Self-confidence comes from: knowing yourself, accepting yourself, and having regard for your gifts and talents. • It is the result of positive self-thoughts. • Example: Flip Flippen and Teen Leadership

  11. Lesson 8 • Read page 23 with your neighbor • Complete page 24. Follow the directions carefully.

  12. Launch • What would you be like if you had a very good self-concept and had the self-confidence to do what you wanted to do.

  13. Brain Teasers • If it takes six men one hour to dig six holes, how long does it take one man to dig half a hole? • There is no such thing as half a hole

  14. Two men play five complete games of checkers. Each man wins the same number of games. There are no ties. How? • The two men were not playing against each other.

  15. A farmer has seventeen sheep. All but nine of them die. How many sheep does he have left? • Nine.

  16. How many seconds are in a year? • 12: January 2, February 2, March 2, April 2, ...

  17. What does this mean? I RIGHT I • Right between the eyes

  18. What does this say? XLR8 • Accelerate

  19. What does this say? QTPI • Cutie Pie