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Safety Matters - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

October 2015 Safer Healthier People Safety Matters Safety Health Train ing for oung orW ers 1 OVERVIEW Millions of teens in the United States work. Recent sta-tistics show that 1.6 million U.S. youth age 15–17 are employed. Surveys suggest that 80% of teens have

Managing Trauma Workbook for Teens - Whole Person

the activities in this workbook might be asked to respond to assessment items and journal about relationships. Before you begin using the materials in this workbook explain to teens that confidentiality is a term for any actio

7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens Worksheet 1: Get in the .

To create a mission . it look nice and write your new mission statement below. 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens. Worksheet 6: Habit 3: Put First Things First . Some things that are easy for me but may seem hard or scary for others are (a sport, going up on stage to perform etc) I am afraid of

Exploring how teens and parents responded to 13 Reasons

2 KEY FINDINGS 1. 13 Reasons Why resonated with teens and young adults, and they felt it was beneficial for them and people their age to watch. Adolescent and young adult viewers reported that people thei

Audience Insights: Communicating to Teens (Aged 12-17)

Health concerns for U.S. teens 9th–12th. graders, % 1. Handling stress; 51 2. Exercising: 46 3. Staying healthy as I get older: 43 4. The best foods to eat: 42 5. Handling depression/anxiety: 38 6. Dieting: 32 7. Sexuality: 29 8. Taking vitamins or supplements: 29 9.

Teacher's Guide: Healthy Relationships (grades 6 to 8)

Teacher's Guide: Healthy Relationships (grades 6 to 8) Subject: Sadly, 1 in 11 teens report being physically hurt by a date. Even more teens are the victims of subtler types of emotional abuse. The activities in this Teacher's Guide will help your students learn to recognize and protect themselve

Reaching the Tough Adolescent through Expressive Arts .

your depression” or “creating a personal portrait with string”. Unstructured groups, which allow members to create random art, are not suitable for teens. Teens, although they are almost young adults, still need limits and thrive in supported environments (Riley, 1997) . Planning for Art Groups

Research Brief - Child Trends

we spoke with were born in the United States. These focus groups were all conducted in English. . while Hispanic female teens begin having sex . Even though most teens and parents did not spend a lot of time talking directly about dating, sex, and parenthood, parents were conveying—a

Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens Preview Activity 1

“Habits are things we do repeatedly. But most of the time we are hardly aware that we have them. They’re on autopilot.” Sean Covey, Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens, Page 8 Some habits are “positive”, such as: Discuss Your Own Examples Some

How to Address Excessive Reassurance Seeking

Children and teens look to their parents for information about the world. It is normal and helpful for parents to provide children with information about challenging situations. This information may help children understand that those situations are not dangerous, and show them

Lectio Divina for Children and Teens

How well do we teach our children to read the Bible? More importantly, how well do we teach our children to pray with the Bible? The process of sacred reading (lectio divina) of the Bible is an incredibly important and often overlooked skill to impart in our young people. It is also something we as religious educators should practice frequently


some extent, on the children's literature he was exposed. Children's literature has the multiple purposes of enter-tainment and education. While some children's literature has John Rowe Townsend, Written For Children: An Outline of English Children's Literature (Mew York, 1965), pp. 11