‟ Do you think her "inability" to say "no‟ is helping her? What are some skills that she might need to learn in order to be safer? Have Student A try to convince Student B to do some forbidden activity.
" students will take turns coming up with responses or comebacks to each of the lines listed. Or, students may get in groups of 2-4 and write down conversation/interaction of how conversation would go. Student B must practice each different type of refusal skill and then report back how it went and how it felt.
Gobbling down half a chocolate cake at a party would not be considered responsible eating or even polite in most cultures. Responsible choices concerning sensible drinking may mean not drinking, such as when a person is sick, taking medications or being the designated driver.
That is because a person learns to be responsible or entitled according to what he or she is rewarded for.Increase quantity and quality of candy, periodically as the class moves on. Then read each statement aloud and have students get up and walk to whichever side of the room they identify with, Agree or Disagree or Not Sure.Watch for reaction of students to understand the correlation of this learning activity and waiting until marriage for sex. Ask, "Which was easier, writing your answer, or actually standing up and publicly affiliating with them? " Play the video clip or listen to the song, "I Can‟t Say No" from Oklahoma. How are some of the ways she could learn to say "No?Safe and responsible dating is a major priority for teens and their families.Our guest on this program will help us with those questions and concerns.