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Life Skills- A facilitator's Guide for TeenagerS
Abstract:
Life skills enable us to translate knowledge, attitude and values into actual abilities – ie. “what to do and how to do it.” Life skills are a set of core abilities sometimes described as emotional intelligence. The ten generic life skills are: self-awareness, empathy, effective communication, interpersonal relationships, the ability to manage emotions and cope with stress, creative thinking, critical thinking, decision-making, and problem-solving. All of the ten skills are interdependent and none of them stand alone. For example, for communication skills – in order to decide what to say and how to say it effectively –one needs self- awareness and empathy. One even needs to think creatively and critically. Those “skills” or put simply, abilities, are mechanisms that help us conduct a conversation, make a pitch, and put a point across without ever noticing it. To cope with emotions, you need to talk to your best friend. When you make a decision, you need to communicate with the people concerned with that decision and try to persuade them to accept it. These skills are inter-related and reinforce each other. Together, they are responsible for our psychosocial competence, building our self-esteem and self-efficacy, to nurture holistic self-development #Lifeskills #Teenagers
Publisher: UNICEF Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
LIFE SKILLS, TEENAGERS, HIV PREVENTION, SELF-AWARENESS, RISK, THE QUEST- SETTING GOALS FOR YOURSELF, INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS, LOVE RELATIONSHIP, EMOTIONS, STRESS, PROBLEM SERVING, CREATIVE THINKING, CRITICAL THINKING, EMPATHY, EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION, DECISION-MAKING, PROBLEM-SOLVING, MANAGING EMOTIONS, CONCENTRATED EPIDEMIC, ADULTHOOD, HUMAN CAPACITY, FEMINITY, MASCULINITY, CASTE, POSITIVE AND APPRECIATIVE, PRINCIPLES OF PERSUASION, SOCIAL PROOF, RESOLVE CONFLICTS, TEEN SUICIDE, PRESSURE
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2001)
Thesaurus:
14.05.02 - Psychology
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Feeder: ANJANA SHARMA, Editor: BIMBIKATHAPA@GMAIL COM, Auditor:
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Life Skills- A facilitator's guide for teenager's
Abstract:
Life skills enable us to translate knowledge, attitude and values into actual abilities – ie. “what to do and how to do it.” Life skills are a set of core abilities sometimes described as emotional intelligence. The ten generic life skills are: self-awareness, empathy, effective communication, interpersonal relationships, the ability to manage emotions and cope with stress, creative thinking, critical thinking, decision-making, and problem-solving. All of the ten skills are interdependent and none of them stand alone. For example, for communication skills – in order to decide what to say and how to say it effectively –one needs self- awareness and empathy. One even needs to think creatively and critically. Those “skills” or put simply, abilities, are mechanisms that help us conduct a conversation, make a pitch, and put a point across without ever noticing it. To cope with emotions, you need to talk to your best friend. When you make a decision, you need to communicate with the people concerned with that decision and try to persuade them to accept it. These skills are inter-related and reinforce each other. Together, they are responsible for our psychosocial competence, building our self-esteem and self-efficacy, to nurture holistic self-development
Publisher: UNICEF Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
LIFE SKILLS, TEENAGERS, HIV PREVENTION, SELF-AWARENESS, RISK, THE QUEST- SETTING GOALS FOR YOURSELF, INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS, LOVE RELATIONSHIP, EMOTIONS, STRESS, PROBLEM SERVING, CREATIVE THINKING, CRITICAL THINKING, EMPATHY, EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION, DECISION-MAKING, PROBLEM-SOLVING, MANAGING EMOTIONS, CONCENTRATED EPIDEMIC, ADULTHOOD, HUMAN CAPACITY, FEMINITY, MASCULINITY, CASTE, POSITIVE AND APPRECIATIVE, PRINCIPLES OF PERSUASION, SOCIAL PROOF, RESOLVE CONFLICTS, TEEN SUICIDE, PRESSURE
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2001)
Thesaurus:
14.05.02 - Psychology
PDF | File Size: 828 KB   Download
Feeder: ANJANA SHARMA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Life Skills- A facilitator's Guide for TeenagerS
Abstract:
Life skills enable us to translate knowledge, attitude and values into actual abilities – ie. “what to do and how to do it.” Life skills are a set of core abilities sometimes described as emotional intelligence. The ten generic life skills are: self-awareness, empathy, effective communication, interpersonal relationships, the ability to manage emotions and cope with stress, creative thinking, critical thinking, decision-making, and problem-solving. All of the ten skills are interdependent and none of them stand alone. For example, for communication skills – in order to decide what to say and how to say it effectively –one needs self- awareness and empathy. One even needs to think creatively and critically. Those “skills” or put simply, abilities, are mechanisms that help us conduct a conversation, make a pitch, and put a point across without ever noticing it. To cope with emotions, you need to talk to your best friend. When you make a decision, you need to communicate with the people concerned with that decision and try to persuade them to accept it. These skills are inter-related and reinforce each other. Together, they are responsible for our psychosocial competence, building our self-esteem and self-efficacy, to nurture holistic self-development
Publisher: UNICEF Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
LIFE SKILLS, TEENAGERS, HIV PREVENTION, SELF-AWARENESS, RISK, THE QUEST- SETTING GOALS FOR YOURSELF, INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS, LOVE RELATIONSHIP, EMOTIONS, STRESS, PROBLEM SERVING, CREATIVE THINKING, CRITICAL THINKING, EMPATHY, EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION, DECISION-MAKING, PROBLEM-SOLVING, MANAGING EMOTIONS, CONCENTRATED EPIDEMIC, ADULTHOOD, HUMAN CAPACITY, FEMINITY, MASCULINITY, CASTE, POSITIVE AND APPRECIATIVE, PRINCIPLES OF PERSUASION, SOCIAL PROOF, RESOLVE CONFLICTS, TEEN SUICIDE, PRESSURE
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2001)
Thesaurus:
14.05.02 - Psychology
PDF | File Size: 828 KB   Download
Feeder: ANJANA SHARMA, Editor: , Auditor:
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Life Skills- A facilitator 's guide for teenager's
Abstract:
Life skills enable us to translate knowledge, attitude and values into actual abilities – ie. “what to do and how to do it.” Life skills are a set of core abilities sometimes described as emotional intelligence. The ten generic life skills are: self-awareness, empathy, effective communication, interpersonal relationships, the ability to manage emotions and cope with stress, creative thinking, critical thinking, decision-making, and problem-solving. All of the ten skills are interdependent and none of them stand alone. For example, for communication skills – in order to decide what to say and how to say it effectively –one needs self- awareness and empathy. One even needs to think creatively and critically. Those “skills” or put simply, abilities, are mechanisms that help us conduct a conversation, make a pitch, and put a point across without ever noticing it. To cope with emotions, you need to talk to your best friend. When you make a decision, you need to communicate with the people concerned with that decision and try to persuade them to accept it. These skills are inter-related and reinforce each other. Together, they are responsible for our psychosocial competence, building our self-esteem and self-efficacy, to nurture holistic self-development
Publisher: UNICEF Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
LIFE SKILLS, TEENAGERS, HIV PREVENTION, SELF-AWARENESS, RISK, THE QUEST- SETTING GOALS FOR YOURSELF, INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS, LOVE RELATIONSHIP, EMOTIONS, STRESS, PROBLEM SERVING, CREATIVE THINKING, CRITICAL THINKING, EMPATHY, EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION, DECISION-MAKING, PROBLEM-SOLVING, MANAGING EMOTIONS, CONCENTRATED EPIDEMIC, ADULTHOOD, HUMAN CAPACITY, FEMINITY, MASCULINITY, CASTE, POSITIVE AND APPRECIATIVE, PRINCIPLES OF PERSUASION, SOCIAL PROOF, RESOLVE CONFLICTS, TEEN SUICIDE, PRESSURE
Thematic Group:
UNICEF, (2001)
Thesaurus:
14.05.02 - Psychology
PDF | File Size: 828 KB   Download
Feeder: ANJANA SHARMA, Editor: , Auditor:
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