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Reflection and Feasibility of Life Skill Training on 7th grades
The purpose of this study is to examine the feasibility and to investigate the effects of life skills training amongs junior high school students in relation to self-efficacy, self-esteem, and impulsivenesse. The study used action research and an experimental method. Participants were students from ten seven-grade classes in a junior high school in New Taipei City. Five classes were randomly assigned to the experiment group, and the others were in the control group . Participants in the experiment group received a ten-week course on life skills, while those in the control group took the health education as usua. Students took pre-test before lessons, and completed post-test after lessons. The conclusions are：First, the life skills course provides an interactive teaching environment, and improves the social relationship between the students. Second, after the courses, students became more active and they expressed more talks and performance in class. Third, they liked the topics of skills and teaching approaches in courses. Fourth, the life skills course helped teachers improve their teaching skills. Fifth, no statistical significance was found in impulsivity, self-efficacy, or self- esteem between two groups.
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