• Enter the appropriate Class Code into Everfi for Character Play Book

     

    P1 Spring Character Playbook 9411f869
    P1 Spring Ignition 1b5500ff


    P3 Spring Character Playbook afc6b740
    P3 Spring Ignition 9cba79c7


    P5 Spring Character Playbook f7ac8e2f
    P5 Spring Ignition 616304cb


    P7 Spring Character Playbook 039b9cf8
    P7 Spring Ignition e516b912


    P8 Spring Character Playbook b778f395
    P8 Spring Ignition 9010fa45

     
     
    Module 1: Analyzing Influences Students analyze how external influences and their own personal qualities, strengths, and goals can affect their thoughts and behaviors.
     
    Goal: Students will form a positive self-image and will distinguish their unique perspective from external influences in order to make smart decisions. 
     
     Learning Objectives: Students will be able to…
    • Assess external influences
    • Identify personal qualities, strengths, and goals
    • Understand goals of course

     
     
    Module 2: Understanding and Managing Emotions Students learn how to read others’ emotions and how to effectively understand, manage, and express their own emotions.
     
     
    Goal: Students will learn how to build and maintain healthy relationships by understanding how others feel and by understanding, managing, and expressing their own emotions.
     
     
    Learning Objectives: Students will be able to…
    • Identify and label emotions
    • Understand the role emotions play in gaining greater self-awareness
    • Demonstrate effective strategies for managing and expressing emotions
    • Define external factors that affect emotions 

     
     
    Module 3: Communicating Effectively Students learn how to properly communicate with others through various channels in order to build and sustain healthy relationships.
     
    Goal: Students will use communication and social skills to interact effectively with others, including practicing safe and smart digital communication activities.
     
    Learning Objectives: Students will be able to…
    • Identify barriers to communication
    • Understand how nonverbal cues can impact messages sent and received
    • Understand appropriate digital communication channels
    • Build active listening skills 

     
     
    Module 4: Resolving Conflicts Students learn techniques to avoid and manage conflicts, both internally and with others.
     
    Goal: Students will demonstrate positive ways to communicate perspectives while maintaining relationships in order to avoid and manage conflicts.
     
     
    Learning Objectives: Students will be able to…
    • Recognize the value of diverse perspectives
    • Recognize different types of conflict and why they occur
    • Identify types of resolutions and resolution strategies
    • Identify when to bring in a third party to achieve a solution

     
     
    Module 5: Stepping In Students will learn how to cultivate healthy relationships and how to recognize and intervene in unhealthy relationships.
     
    Goal: Students will recognize compassion within themselves and take action when experiencing or witnessing an unhealthy relationship.
     
    Learning Objectives: Students will be able to…
    • Determine the qualities of a healthy relationship
    • Understand the role that boundaries play in healthy relationships
    • Identify the ways in which power and control affect relationships
    • Demonstrate effective bystander intervention techniques when healthy boundaries are crossed

     
     
    Module 6: Making Decisions Students learn how to make sound decisions through the six steps of a decision diagram.
     
    Goal: Students will weigh options and reflect on personal values when faced with difficult decisions in order to make smart and thoughtful choices.
     
    Learning Objectives: Students will be able to…
    • Identify which decisions will significantly impact relationships
    • Make decisions based on moral, personal, and ethical standards
    • Apply decision-making skills to deal responsibly with academic and social factors
    • Recognize the effect of daily decisions on personal success and well-being