Vision Board Goals
|Jan. 10, 2020||Max Points: 15|
Create a Google Doc.
Make two lists (at least 3 goals each).
List 1 - Short Term Goals (things you want to accomplish before you graduate high school)
List 2 - Long term Goals (things you want to accomplish beyond your high school years)
Vision Board Final Project
|Jan. 16, 2020||Max Points: 115|
My 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens Presentation
|Jan. 08, 2020||Max Points: 100|
Create a Google Slides Presentation and include the following:
Slide 1: "My 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens Presentation" and Name
Slide 2: "Get in the Habit"
Slide 3: Make two lists - one list of effective habits you currently have and one list of defective habits you currently have (at least 3 for each list)
Slide 4: Effective Habits - for 2 of your habits, tell me how they have a positive effect on your life
Slide 5: Defective Habits - for 2 of your habits, tell me how they have a negative effect on your life
Slide 6: "Paradigms and Principles"
Slide 7: Paradigms - Self (answer: Are your paradigms of yourself helping or hindering you? Explain), Others (answer: Name a time when something you thought about someone else turned out to be untrue.)
Slide 8: "My Life Centers", refer to pg. 25 in the book and rank the life centers by importance for you personally (parent, school, stuff, sports/hobbies, friend, enemy, hero, self, significant other)
Slide 9: "Life Centers Reflection", talk to me about your list from slide 8 - Are you happy with/content with your “rankings”? Explain. Would you change any of your rankings? If so, which ones, and where would you want them on your list?
Slide 10: "The Personal Bank Account"
Slide 11: Answer - What withdrawals are you currently making from your PBA (list 2-3)? Refer to pgs. 34-35
Slide 12: Which 2 PBA Deposits do you feel you are best at in your life currently? (Keep promises to yourself, Do small acts of kindness, Be gentle with yourself, Be honest, Renew yourself, Magnify your talents) Refer to page 35
Slide 13: Give examples of how you accomplish the deposits from slide 12.
Slide 14: The Relationship Bank Account
Slide 15: My Relationships With...(rank each of the following relationships from 1 to 5, 1 being terrible, 5 being fantastic)
My significant other
Slide 16: RBA with Teachers - list the deposits and withdrawals in your RBA with teachers
Slide 17: Choose another RBA to reflect upon - list the deposits and withdrawals (other possible relationships: Co-workers, Randoms, Teammates, Coaches, Classmates/Peers, Bosses, etc.)
Slide 18: "Keep Hope Alive" and "Kid, you'll move mountains" -Dr. Seuss
Slide 19: Name two possible roadblocks to your success, and one thing you can do to overcome each.
Slide 20: List three Powerful “I Am” Statements
I Love Me Sheet
|Jan. 10, 2020||Max Points: 100|
|Dec. 19, 2019||Max Points: 50|
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens Group Project
|No Due Date||Max Points: 170|
What To Say Chapters 19-20 (small book) 20-21 (big book) Assignment
|Nov. 20, 2019||Max Points: 30|
Answer the following to the best of your ability (make sure you label the assignment properly):
Chapter 19: Internal Motivation
1. Which 3 emotions motivate you the most? Explain.
2. What/Who is your biggest motivator? Explain.
3. Name someone you know personally who you believe is highly motivated. Explain why you believe this about them, and what motivates them most.
Chapter 20: Situational Self-Talk (pgs. 203-222)
Making An Instant Adjustment
1. Name two things you do every day, or often, that you really don’t like doing (ex: Homework, Waking up, Going to school, Math class, Sleeping, Chores, Studying, Extermination, Work, Death, etc.)
2. Create two situational self-talk statements for each (4 total statements).
Conscious Actions or Uncontrolled Reactions
1. Make a list of 3-5 things you come across pretty often, that you have no control over (ex: Hormone, Parents, Death, Our past, Other people, Future, Disabilities, Disease, Where you live, etc.)
2. Choose one of these uncontrollable things and create two situational self-talk statements.
My New Self-Talk Recording
|Nov. 22, 2019||Max Points: 50|
My New Self-Talk
|Nov. 22, 2019||Max Points: 20|
1. Name three of the most important goals and/or things you want to change in your life.
2. Create three Level IV self-talk statements for each (at least 9 total).
3. Use the Self-Talk checklist to make any edits to your statements (your statements must get approved by Mrs. Geis).
4. Record them (repeat each statement 3 times, then pause, then go on to the next statement). This portion of the assignment is worth 50 points.
What To Say Chapters 17-18 (small book) 18-19 (big book) Assignment
|Nov. 18, 2019||Max Points: 20|
Create and Google Doc and respond to the following (make sure you label accordingly):
Chapter 17: Changing Attitudes (pgs. 162-172)
- Step 1: Choose one attitude you currently have that you want/need to change.
- Step 2: Where did this attitude come from? What beliefs does it stem from? Was is taught? Was it developed over time through experiences?
- Step 3: Create 2 positive, present tense Level IV statements for this attitude.
Chapter 18: Solving Problems and Accomplishing Goals (pgs. 173-186)
Problem or Goal
- Step 1: Choose one problem you currently have that you want/need to change, or a goal you want to accomplish.
- Step 2: List the thoughts, feelings and attitudes associated with this problem or goal.
- Step 3: Create 2 positive, present tense Level IV statements for this problem or goal.
What To Say Chapters 15-16 Assignment
|Nov. 15, 2019||Max Points: 20|
Create a Google Doc or Google Slides and reflect on the following (make sure you label accordingly):
Chapter 15: Whatever Your Need or Position in Life
- Define the word worthy.
- Do you believe you are worthy? Why or why not?
Chapter 16: Changing Habits
Refer to the list on pages 151-152 (small book).
Step 1: Choose one of the habits from the list (you can also choose one that isn’t on the list) that you want/need to change.
Step 2: List the thoughts, feelings, and attitudes that are associated with this habit. For example, if the habit you want to change is procrastination, some thoughts, feelings, and attitudes could be frustration, disappointment, or lazy.
Step 3: Create 2 positive, present tense, powerful Level IV statements for this habit (refer back to chapter 9 for the levels of self-talk if needed).
What To Say Chapter 13 Assignment
|Nov. 12, 2019||Max Points: 20|
Create a new Google Doc or Google slides and label accordingly:
Chapter 13: If It Isn’t Simple, It Won’t Work (108-114)
The Competition of Daily Living
- What are 3 “inner” things you need to change that will affect your “outer” world? Give a brief explanation for each.
“...three ‘resources’...” (bottom of page 111)
- Time: Breakdown a typical 24 hour day for you, giving the amount of time you spend on the things that occupy your day (sleep - 5-6 hours, school - 8 hours, sports - 2 hours, video games - 3 hours, etc.).
- Energy: Where do you spend your energy throughout your day? Use percentages (friends - 20%, phone - 50%, etc.).
- Mind: Are the majority of your thoughts about the things you do want and like, or on the things you don’t want and don't like? Explain.
What To Say Chapters 10 and 12 Assignment
|Nov. 06, 2019||Max Points: 30|
Create a Google Doc or Google Slides and include the following (also make sure you label properly):
Chapter 10: The Problem With Positive Thinking
- Do you believe in positive thinking? Why or why not?
Your Mental Apartment
- What are 3 things you believe about yourself and what you can accomplish?
- What are 3 things you believe about the world?
Chapter 12: Not Hypnosis, Not Subliminal
Take Responsibility For Yourself
- Define Responsibility.
- On a scale from 1-10, 1 being not responsible at all, 10 being extremely responsible, how much responsibility do you believe you have taken for the things that happen in your life? Explain.
- On a scale from 1-10, 1 being no control whatsoever, 10 being complete control, how much control do you believe you currently have over your own thoughts? Explain.
Relationship Bank Account
|No Due Date||Max Points: 100|
The Relationship Bank Account grade is based on a system of deposits (arriving early, being prepared, having a great attitude, working hard, etc.) and withdrawals (arriving late, being unprepared, having a negative attitude, being disruptive, being lazy, etc.). Everyone starts at 100 at the beginning of the semester. The grade will fluctuate based on the attitude and behavior of each student, not only in my class, but throughout the entire school. If at any point in time a student would like to discuss why their grade is where it is, they can definitely come and have a conversation with me.
What's Programming Me
|Nov. 01, 2019||Max Points: 50|
Create a Google Doc or Google Slides and including the following:
Slide 1: What's Programming Me and your name
Slide 2: List 4 things/people that are currently influencing your programming.
Slides 3-6: For each of these 4 things/people, tell me what empowering and disempowering beliefs come from them.
Slide 7: List 2 disempowering beliefs you have about yourself and where you developed those beliefs from.
Slide 8: List 3 empowering beliefs you have about yourself and where you developed those beliefs from.
TED Talk: Tribal Leadership
|Oct. 30, 2019||Max Points: 1|
Create a Google Doc and answer the following questions:
1. What are the five stages of Tribal Leadership?
2. How does this TED Talk relate to our book, What To Say When You Talk To Your Self"?
3. Which stage do you believe you operate at most of the time? Give 1 or 2 reasons why you believe you are at this stage.
4. At SET High, we are a tribe of our own. What stage do you think SET High operates at most of the time? Give evidence for your answer.
5. Name one other tribe you are part of. What stage do you believe this tribe operates at most of the time? What effect does this have on you?