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WHO CAN RECALL THE

TOOLS TO LIVE
MINDFULLY?
MELISSA HAD AN ARGUMENT WITH
HIS SECRETARY WITH REGARDS TO
HER MEETING SCHEDULE. AFTER ALL
CLARIFICATIONS MADE BETWEEN
THEM, SHE SAT ON HER CHAIR,
CLOSED HER EYES IN A RELAX
MODE. FEW MINUTES LATER, SHE
MANAGED TO FOCUS WITH EASE
AND CONTINUE WORKING.

BREATHE MINDFULLY
MARIA WANTED TO CONFRONT ELLY
WITH REGARDS TO THEIR SCHOOL
PROJECT. BUT AS THEY TALKED TO
EACH OTHER MARIA LISTENED ON
THE DETAILS AND UNDERSTAND
FULLY WHAT ELLY FEEL WHY THEY
SUBMITTED LATE AND GOT AN
AVERAGE GRADE.

LISTEN DEEPLY. LISTEN WITH INTENTION.


LIZA WANTED TO BE THE BEST DANCER
IN SCHOOL. SHE JOINED THE AUDITION
BUT WASN’T CHOSEN BECAUSE SHE
FAILED TO PERFORM GRACEFULLY FOR
SHE WAS OBVIOUSLY NERVOUS. THE
JUDGES ADVISED HER TO JOIN THE NEXT
AUDITION AND MUST PERFORM
CONFIDENTLY. SHE FOLLOWED WHAT THE
JUDGES HAD SAID AND WAS
RECOGNIZED AS THE BEST PERFORMER
DURING THE FINAL AUDITION.

CULTIVATE INSIGHT
MR. REYES’S HOUSE WAS ROBBED AND
ALMOST 1 BILLION WAS LOST IN HIS
PROPERTIES . DEREK, HIS HOUSEBOY FOR 5
YEARS WAS BEATEN HARDLY BY THE ROBBERS
AND ALMOST LEFT HIM DIED. AT FIRST, MR.
REYES WAS HESITANT TO HELP BECAUSE THE
POLICE SUSPECTED DEREK. HE INVESTIGATED
WHAT REALLY HAPPENED AND FIND OUT THAT
DEREK IS INNOCENT. SO, HE OFFERED DEREK A
NEW JOB AND THANKED HIM FOR HIS
SACRIFICES.

PRACTICE COMPASSION
TEACHER CHERRY WAS DISTURBED
BY THE FIGHT OF TWO YOUNG MEN
IN FRONT OF HER ROOM. INSTEAD
OF ACTING DRASTICALLY, HE
CALLED THE ATTENTION OF THE
BOYS AND TALKED TO THEM IN A
BLISSFUL MANNER.

LIMIT REACTIVITY
FRED IS A YOUNG MUSLIM TEENAGER
AND A VICTIM OF AN AMBUSH BETWEEN
GOVERNMENT SOLDIERS AND MUSLIM
REBELS. HE WAS TAKING CARED OF BY A
YOUNG CHRISTIAN PASTOR WHO WAS
IMMERSED FOR A MISSION WHO SAVED
HIM. WITH DIFFERENT VIEWS TOWARDS
LIFE AND RELIGION THEY UNDERSTAND
EACH OTHERS UNIQUENESS AND
APPRECIATE THEIR DIFFERENCES.

NURTURE MUTUAL RESPECT


LEARNING OBJECTIVES
1. IDENTIFY THE DEVELOPMENTAL CHALLENGES DURING
ADOLESCENCE.
2. PLAN A ROLE PLAY SITUATIONS ON DEVELOPMENTAL
CHALLENGES.
3. INTERNALIZE THE UNIQUENESS OF AN INDIVIDUAL IN
DEVELOPMENTAL CHALLENGES.
•HOW MUCH OF THE
STORY CAN YOU
REMEMBER?
•THE WRIGHT FAMILY DECIDED TO TAKE A VACATION.
•AUNT LINDA WRIGHT WOULD BE THE ONE LEFT AT HOME.
•THE WRIGHT CHILDREN: TOMMY WRIGHT, SUSAN WRIGHT,
TIMMY WRIGHT AND SHELLY WRIGHT.
•SOMEONE HAD LEFT THE TRASH CAN IN THE STREET AND IT MUST
BE MOVE OUT THE STREET.
•MOTHER WRIGHT WONDERED IF SHE HAD LEFT THE STOVE ON.
•THE WRIGHT FAMILY ARRIVED AT THE GAS STATION.
•FATHER WRIGHT DISCOVERED HE HAD LEFT HIS
WALLET AT HOME.
•SOMETHING WENT WRONG, SO FATHER WRIGHT
DECIDED TO GO HOME.
•WHAT DOES THIS
ACTIVITY TELL US ABOUT
COMMUNICATION?
•WHAT DOES THIS
ACTIVITY TELL US ABOUT
LISTENING SKILLS?
(5 MINUTES)
PLAN A ROLE PLAY ON A SPECIFIC
SITUATION IN WHICH A
DEVELOPMENTAL CHALLENGE OF
MIDDLE ADOLESCENCE IS SEEN IN
EVERYDAY LIVING.
THE PASSAGE TO
ADULTHOOD: CHALLENGES OF
LATE ADOLESCENCE
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
•MOST GIRLS HAVE COMPLETED THE PHYSICAL
CHANGES RELATED TO PUBERTY BY AGE 15.
•BOYS ARE STILL MATURING AND GAINING
STRENGTH, MUSCLE MASS, AND HEIGHT AND ARE
COMPLETING THE DEVELOPMENT OF SEXUAL TRAITS
EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
• MAY STRESS OVER SCHOOL AND TEST SCORES.
• IS SELF-INVOLVED (MAY HAVE HIGH EXPECTATIONS AND LOW SELF-CONCEPT).
• SEEKS PRIVACY AND TIME ALONE.
• IS CONCERNED ABOUT PHYSICAL AND SEXUAL ATTRACTIVENESS.
• MAY COMPLAIN THAT PARENTS PREVENT HIM OR HER FROM DOING THINGS
INDEPENDENTLY.
• STARTS TO WANT BOTH PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL INTIMACY IN RELATIONSHIPS.
• THE EXPERIENCE OF INTIMATE PARTNERSHIPS
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
• SHIFTS IN RELATIONSHIP WITH PARENTS FROM DEPENDENCY AND SUBORDINATION TO
ONE THAT REFLECTS THE ADOLESCENT’S INCREASING MATURITY AND
RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE FAMILY AND THE COMMUNITY,
• IS MORE AND MORE AWARE OF SOCIAL BEHAVIORS OF FRIENDS.
• SEEKS FRIENDS THAT SHARE THE SAME BELIEFS, VALUES, AND INTERESTS.
• FRIENDS BECOME MORE IMPORTANT.
• STARTS TO HAVE MORE INTELLECTUAL INTERESTS.
• EXPLORES ROMANTIC AND SEXUAL BEHAVIORS WITH OTHERS.
• MAY BE INFLUENCED BY PEERS TO TRY RISKY BEHAVIORS (ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, SEX).
MENTAL DEVELOPMENT
•BECOMES BETTER ABLE TO SET GOALS AND THINK IN TERMS OF
THE FUTURE.
•HAS A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS AND
ISSUES.
•STARTS TO DEVELOP MORAL IDEALS AND TO SELECT ROLE
MODELS.
GROUP
RECITATION
MENTAL DEVELOPMENT
•STARTS TO DEVELOP MORAL
IDEALS AND TO SELECT ROLE
MODELS.
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
•BOYS ARE STILL MATURING AND GAINING
STRENGTH, MUSCLE MASS, AND HEIGHT AND ARE
COMPLETING THE DEVELOPMENT OF SEXUAL TRAITS
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

•SEEKS FRIENDS THAT SHARE THE


SAME BELIEFS, VALUES, AND
INTERESTS.
EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

•STARTS TO WANT BOTH PHYSICAL


AND EMOTIONAL INTIMACY IN
RELATIONSHIPS.
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
•MOST GIRLS HAVE COMPLETED THE
PHYSICAL CHANGES RELATED TO
PUBERTY BY AGE 15.
EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

•MAY STRESS OVER SCHOOL


AND TEST SCORES.
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
•MAY BE INFLUENCED BY PEERS TO
TRY RISKY BEHAVIORS (ALCOHOL,
TOBACCO, SEX).
MENTAL DEVELOPMENT
•BECOMES BETTER ABLE TO SET
GOALS AND THINK IN TERMS OF
THE FUTURE.
PRESENTATION
ROLE PLAY SITUATIONS ON
CHALLENGES OF MIDDLE
ADOLESCENCE
I LEARNED THAT…

I REALIZED THAT…
IDENTIFY THE
DEVELOPMENTAL CHALLENGE
BASED ON THE STATEMENTS
BELOW.
1. MOST GIRLS HAVE COMPLETED THE PHYSICAL
CHANGES WHILE BOYS ARE STILL MATURING AND
GAINING STRENGTH, MUSCLE MASS, AND HEIGHT
THUS COMPLETING THE DEVELOPMENT OF SEXUAL
TRAITS.
2. MAY STRESS OVER SCHOOL AND
TEST SCORES OR MOST LIKELY TEND
TO BE ALONE SEEKING FOR PRIVACY.
3. MAY BE INFLUENCED BY PEERS TO
TRY RISKY BEHAVIORS (ALCOHOL,
TOBACCO, SEX) AND FIND THAT
FRIENDS ARE MORE IMPORTANT.
4. HAS A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF
COMPLEX PROBLEMS AND ISSUES
AND STARTS TO DEVELOP MORAL
IDEALS AND TO SELECT ROLE MODELS.
5. EXPLORES ROMANTIC AND
SEXUAL BEHAVIORS WITH
OTHERS.
1. PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT
2. EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
3. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
4. MENTAL DEVELOPMENT
5. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
ASSIGNMENT:

READ: ENCOURAGEMENT 101:


THE COURAGE TO BE IMPERFECT
BY TIMOTHY D. EVANS, PH.D.