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6th grade self esteem and collage

7th graders

Dawn Hurley

on 16 April 2013

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Transcript of 6th grade self esteem and collage

7th Grade &
Feeling good! Learning to Love who you are! You can’t touch it, but it affects how you feel. You can’t see it, but it’s there when
you look in the mirror. You can’t hear it, but it’s there every time you talk about
yourself. What is this important but mysterious thing? What mental picture do you have of yourself? How do others perceive you? Are
these perceptions similar? It’s your self-esteem! Share ideas with your classmates and decide if
the person you chose is truly a good self-esteem hero. Think of someone you admire who has high self-esteem. What qualities about that person’s self-image impress
you? How do you think that person developed high self-esteem?
Do better in school
Have an easier time making friends
Have better relationships with adults and peers
Are more likely to stick with something until they succeed
Feel more control of their lives
Find it easier to deal with disappointment
Enjoy life more People with high self-esteem: Self-Esteem This is the way you feel about yourself, and how you value yourself. Low self-esteem:
Causes depression, unhappiness, insecurity and poor confidence. Others needs may take priority over yours. Inner criticism, that nagging voice of disapproval inside you, causes you to stumble at every challenge and challenges seem impossible. Self-esteem also can be defined as feeling capable while also feeling loved. A child who is happy with an achievement but does not feel loved may eventually experience low self-esteem. Likewise, a child who feels loved but is hesitant about his or her own abilities can also develop low self-esteem. Healthy self-esteem comes when a good balance is maintained. Let's Think About It Building Your Self-Esteem No matter if your self-esteem is high or low- it can always be improved on. List Your Strengths- Identify your talents and abilities. *You may be a loyal friend or a good listener.

Remember That Everyone Makes Mistakes- Making mistakes is part of being human- learn and grow from the mistake.

Motivate Yourself- Identify your goals and what you need to do to reach them- achieving a goal that you set for yourself will give you a sense of accomplishment. ABC Summaries: Each student will be
assigned a different letter of the alphabet and they must select a word starting with that letter that is related to SELF ESTEEM! Collage!
Parent letter!
Presentation! Who I am Collage You will need:
poster board
Magazines, Scissors and Glue

This activity gives you a chance to reflect on who YOU are and then to share that information in a fun way with the rest of the class.
In order for you to build your self-esteem you need to know “who” you are and what is important and unique about yourself!! What to do:

You will find pictures or phrases to symbolize concepts of your personality. The pictures/phrases can represent personal interests and abilities. Such as hobbies, foods or pictures of people, animals, etc.
Put your name in the center of your poster and a picture of you would also be nice!
You will be cutting and pasting the pictures/phrases onto your poster board overlapping each picture. You need to cover the entire poster!!! Reflection OF YOU! This person is your biographer, a person who writes about the life of someone else. Your biographer is a lose relative,
Your biographer should know you well. He/she should write about your strengths and great qualities, as well as areas that you are working to improve. The person should write about your personality and any changes that you have experienced. They should tell what the best thing about knowing you is!
Be sure to give your biographer a deadline and give plenty of time for your biographer to do a good job. Include the name of your biographer in you final copy.
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