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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Lesson 1: Strengths For Primary Schools Facts 20 mins Activity Circle Time Take Home Message & Homework 5 mins 15 mins 5 mins 5 mins 1. Show photos of three famous movie characters known for a specific attributeWhat is each character known for?2. Explain that a 'strength' is something that we are good at and enjoy doing.3. Research shows that we are happier and do better when using strengths. 1. Ask the students to think about 2 activities they are good at and enjoy doing and 1 activity they are good at but which they don't enjoy doing. 2. Give a personal example of each type of activity and emphasize the difference between capability and strength. 3. In groups of 3 or 4, ask students to share these activities and talk about how they feel while doing them. Do they notice any differences? 1. Bring in dice and prepare a question for each of the numbers on the dice. For example: Name a strength you saw one of your colleagues use today. 2. Split the students into groups of 3, offer each group a dice and a sheet with the questions.3. In their groups, everyone should roll the dice twice and answer the corresponding question. 1. Ask students to draw a picture of their best day - this may include types of activities, favourite class on the day, people they spent time with.2. Ask them to think about what they enjoy about doing these activities - for example, is it the activity in itself? Is it doing it with other people?
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