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Peer Pressures Sub Plans for Teen Health Curriculum: Peer Pressures + Helping Teens Assertiveness: High School Health Curriculum Health Lessons

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This motivating lesson is for any teens facing peer pressure!! Show your students that assertiveness is a trait to help build a successful future, and it could help protect teens and save lives.

Leave this lesson for a sub, or you might like it so well you'll want to teach it yourself!!

 

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★ These sub plans are perfect for a planned or emergency sub day. Just print the material ahead of time and put it in a designated spot in your classroom and you're done. It's peace of mind when you need it!!

 

>> Integrated Skills Based, Content Based / Knowledge Based. The best of both worlds.

>> Meets HS/MS National Health Education Standards. 

>> Meets HS/MS Technical Subjects Health Common Core Standards.

>> Meets Washington State’s rigorous Health Education Standards.

 


 

Here are the main parts of this sub plan:

 

  • 1. A section to tell your sub things like where your seating charts are!

 

  • 2. "Substitute Lesson Directions" that are editable and printable and easy-to-teach with real-life stories of youth who died or went to jail after giving in to peer pressure.

 

  • 3. Several video options on peer pressures and promoting positive teen traits.

 

  • 4. Re-usable "Student Directions" handout (students do not write on these so you can use them year after year)

 

  • 5. Introspective fill-in-the-blanks "Student Packet" with engaging "Guess the Pressure Lines" and "Assertiveness" surveys.

 

Additional Highlights:

 

  • "Guess the Top 10 Peer Pressure Lines" Survey!
  • "Assertiveness Survey" with analyzing results and student goals
  • "List of Ways to Improve Positive Self-Esteem"
  • Help your students to recognize the character traits that can help them rise above peer pressure.
  • Real quotes like, “No pressure, no diamonds” (Thomas Carlyle) can inspire them to stay strong under pressure and come out shining!
  • 5 optional video links on how to deal with peer pressures and navigating teen self-confidence
  • “Above the Pressures Art Project”

 


 

★ This lesson meets National Health Standards 1, 2,4,5,7 and Common Core Reading Standards 4 and 7.

 

★ ALL FUTURE UPDATES FOR LIFE ARE INCLUDED!! All new lessons, activities, and any changes that I create for this resource are FREE!! Simply go to your "My Purchases" folder and download anytime!

 


 

THIS LESSON USES POSTERS AND SURVEYS FOUND ALSO IN THE HIGH SCHOOL HEALTH CURRICULUM, OUR MIDDLE SCHOOL HEALTH CURRICULUM, AND THE ALCOHOL UNIT, DRUG UNIT, AND THE ACES LESSON.

 


 

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