1. This program begins with a look at the mind-body connection.
2. We then discuss the fight, flight, or freeze response and participate in an activity to illustrate examples of the fight, flight, or freeze response.
3. We discuss the different types of stress and view a video on toxic stress.
4. Participants practice matching specific emotion words to various scenarios.
5. We practice and learn a variety of self-regulation techniques.
5. The program closes with a video on building resilience.
Upon completion of this program, the student will be able to:
1. Students will name an example of mind-body connection.
2. Students will identify an example of fight, flight, or freeze response in humans.
3. Students will define stress.
4. Students will define toxic stress.
5. Students will name a way that toxic stress is different from positive or tolerable stress.
6. Students will build their emotional vocabulary by learning at least two synonyms for angry.
7. Students will identify emotions experienced in a variety of real-life scenarios.
8. Students will name a strategy for self-regulation.
National Health Education Standards 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8.
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