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Responsible Decision Making

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Responsible Decision Making
Proactive Decision Making: The Responsible Decision Making Model
The Responsible Decision-Making Model is a series of steps that assure that your decisions lead to actions that promote health, protect safety, follow laws, show respect for self and others, follow guidelines set by responsible adults, and demonstrate good character.

The Responsible Decision-Making Model includes the following steps:

Peer Pressure & Decision Making
Many decisions teens have to make in life are because of PEER PRESSURE

-What is peer pressure?
-How can you resist negative peer pressure?


The Model for Using Resistance Skills
The Model for Using Resistance Skills is a list of suggested ways to resist negative peer pressure.

Using The Model for Using Resistance Skills is a great way to say no to peers and stick to your decisions in spite of peer pressure.

The Model for Using Resistance Skills includes the following steps:

Exit Ticket

Write down 2 things
you learned about in
this presentation


Review:
The 3 Decision Making Styles
Inactive
Reactive
Proactive


1. Describe the
situation that requires
a decision

2. List possible
decisions you
might make
3. Share the list of
possible decisions
with a trusted adult

4. Evaluate the
consequences
of each decision

5. Decide which
decision is responsible
and most
appropriate

6. Act on your
decision and
evaluate
the results

1. Say no in an
assertive way.

2. Give reasons for
saying no.

3. Use nonverbal
behavior to match
verbal behavior.

4. Avoid being in
situations in which
there will be pressure
to make harmful
decisions.

5. Resist pressure
to engage in
illegal behavior.

6. Influence others
to make responsible
decisions.
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