A quiz over Health, Chapter 2.
One that makes your friends happy.
One whose outcome you have carefully considered.
One that your teacher told you to make.
One that is always the easiest to make.
Are the same for everyone.
Never influence your decisions.
Are beliefs you consider very important.
Are learned from your parents.
Can be both positive and negative.
Is not particularly important in making a good decision.
Is an example of identifying a problem.
Is to take personal responsibility.
Making a healthy decision.
Negative peer pressure.
Positive peer pressure.
The more you practice, the easier it will be to use the process.
You really don't care about the consequences of your actions.
Choosing your clothes each morning is very easy.
Making good decisions is not a useful skill.
A positive consequence.
A negative consequence.
Choosing your socks for PE class.
Deciding if you have enough time for both soccer and band.
Choosing your future career.
Deciding whether or not to tell the teacher that your friend cheated on a test.
The result of an action you take.
Evidence that you made a good decision.
A force that affects your choices.
An action that you take.
The decision-making process.
A long-term goal.
A short-term goal.
Keeps you from ever succeeding.
Can be a learning opportunity.
Outlines the steps to reach a goal.
Checking your progress periodically.
Making a timeline for reaching your goal.
Deciding on your goal and writing it down.
Work on something else.
Give up entirely.
Stop setting goals.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.