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External Influence: The impact on an individual or group from outside sources. Positive Influence: An influence that encourages someone to make positive choices. Negative Influence: An influence that encourages someone to make negative choices.
What is one thing that can influence us from the outside world?
Name one thing from social media that influences you
Intrinsic motivation involves doing something because it's personally rewarding to you. Extrinsic motivation involves doing something because you want to earn a reward or avoid punishment.
Intrinsic and Extrinsic
What does intrinsic mean?
What does extrinsic Mean?
- Internal motivation for reward or punishment
- External motivation to impulsively quit your job
- External motivation for reward or punishment
Define External Influences in your own words
External influence means the impact of an external event, such as culture, family, friends, tradition, religion and the media (including social media)
Understand the types of external influences. Know the difference between positive and negative influences. Learn strategies to handle external influences.
Handling External Influence
Draw a picture of a cat wearing a hat, standing on a bat.
How should I handle external influence?
- Ignore it
- Listen to it
- Discuss it with a trusted adult or friend
- Research it online
In Ancient Greece, people believed that gods were a source of external influence. Studies suggest that a person’s friends are the most influential external factor in their life. Certain animals, like bees and flocks of birds, are known to be influenced by external forces. Christianity is a source of external influence
Draw how you handle external influences.
Exit Ticket 1: Summarize Intrinsic
Exit Ticket 2: Name an external influence
Exit Ticket 3: Describe one type of influence
Give one example of a healthy boundary
What is a boundary? Why are they important?
Name a quality of a good friend
Why is it important to have genuine friends?
What is a toxic friend?
- Someone who doesn't care about you
- Someone who listens when you speak
- Someone who supports and uplifts you
What do you do when you know you have a toxic friend?