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Peer mentoring

Session 2

Theme: Theme 1: Learning to be together - Social skills and empathy
Topics: Peer mentoring
Overall learning outcomes:

33. I can see the world from other people’s points of view, can feel the same emotion as they are feeling and take account of their intentions, preferences and beliefs.

Session number: 2
Year group:  
Learning outcomes:  
Group specific outcomes: Learning Intention not to blame unconditional positive regard, body language.
Resources description:

Lesson 2 Life positions
Learning Intention not to blame unconditional positive regard, body language.

Resources: Resource for all 5 sessions
Warm up/starter:

 

Core activity:

Lesson 2 Life positions

Learning Intention not to blame unconditional positive regard, body language.

Activity. Place the characters; worried despairing bossy, content

Conflict view.

  • -+ get away from. negative harmful to relationships,.
  • - - get nowhere. Ignore conflict
  • +- get rid of. The school says detention
  • ++ get on with use conflict to learn

On sheet of A4, [worksheet ‘windows on the world]], draw how you feel, think and act in each position when you see a conflict [face, think bubble, words and action]. Fill in clues on what one might do [e.g. Get away from]

Game

Plenary: guided image of dealing with an argument from ++ position. Feedback from volunteers

Ask class to think of fairy tales for tomorrow’s session.

Plenary:

Plenary: guided image of dealing with an argument from ++ position. Feedback from volunteers

Ask class to think of fairy tales for tomorrow’s session.

Applying learning:  
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