student will . . .
utilize skills for effective communication in discussions concerning ATOD,
nutrition, sexuality, and relationships with peers, family and others.
exhibit healthy ways to express feelings, needs and desires in different
situations (e.g., good sportsmanship, ending relationships, death and
dying, stages of grief).
demonstrate a variety of communication skills (e.g., verbal, non-verbal,
listening, writing, technology, workplace).
identify potentially harmful situations (e.g., domestic violence, dating
violence) and devise strategies and develop skills to avoid such situations
through refusal, negotiation and collaboration skills (e.g., peer mediation,
conflict resolution, support groups, constructive “I” statements).