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We will focus on" resiliency and teens" for the next few weeks in health class.
Here is the definition for "Physical Resiliency" - is the property of returning to the original shape after being bent, compressed or stretched out of shape. - Health Implementation guide
1. What does Resiliency mean?
2. Think of 3 things or objects in nature that are resilient. Top 10 Most Resilient Animals on Earth
3. There are many historic figures who had difficult childhoods but emerged as strong adults who contributed positively to society. Do you know someone who has overcome "Tough Stuff" in their life? These people had one important life factor in common. What could that one thing be? "Kids can walk around trouble, if there is someplace to walk to and someone to walk with" - unknown.
4. Rank the tips for Resilience. With your group, come to a consensus for the top 5 tips to resileincy. Come up with one of your own tips. Highlight the top 5 tips.
Resilience for teens
10 Ways to Become more Resilient
Mrs. Tennant resilient Hand out
W - 7.11 - Students will identify characteristics of Resiliency! e.g. problem-solving skills, positive self-esteem, social bonding.