KEY Arizona Agriscience Curriculum Standard 3.5: Demonstrate safe and healthy workplace behaviors. Matching: Directions: Match the term with correct response. Write the letter of the term by the definition. A. Delinquency D. Substance abuse G. Insanity B. Negative Peer Pressure E. Change H. Stress C. Risk Behaviors F. Constituents C 1. Any behavior that decreases the chance for student success and health. B 2. Associating with people who engage in risk behaviors or who provide negative peer influence. A 3. The failure to attend school daily. D 4. Includes smoking or chewing tobacco products, consuming alcohol, or consuming other illegal substances. G 5. Doing the same thing repeatedly, yet expecting different results. F 6. Followers H 7. Arises from change because a person is unsure about the future, must make adjustments to accommodate the change, and wants the change to succeed and be viewed as positive. E 8. The process of doing something new or in a different way. Completion Directions: Using the words in the word bank, complete the following sentences. Seat Belt Efficiency FFA Weapons Performance Community service Word Bank Unsure Image Security Careers Respect Failure Opportunities Learned Exercising Stress Student council Ownership 9. The risks of change include perceived failure, stress, and expenditures of time and money. 10. The nature of change means a loss of security. 11. Changes generally create improves performance and efficiency. 12. Leaders also know that people generally resist change, because success is unsure, new methods must be learned, and changes sometimes cause a loss of security. 13. When constituents have ownership in the proposed changes, they tend to be more receptive to change. 14. Taking undue risks involves things like failure to wear a seat belt, driving too fast, carrying weapons, or failure to take care of one’s bodily health. 15. Failing academically in school is a risk of limiting future opportunities for education and careers. 16. A person’s image and respect generally suffer as a result of risk behaviors. 17. Several positive alternatives to risk behaviors exist within the school setting, some in the form of extracurricular activities, such as FFA, 4-H, student council and athletics. 18. Methods for warding off health risks and negative peer pressure include creating positive peer relationships, exercising, studying, participating in sports or other extracurricular activities, becoming involved in FFA and/or 4-H. attending church services, and engaging in community service projects.