Discussion, drawing and questionning activity promoting self respect
Aim: promoting the development of sound self-respect.
Sound self-respect gives the person the courage to try out new things and to make the right choice. This activity will help students to become aware of their talents and to understand ways how to achieve and maintain sound self-respect.
Target group: students aged from 5 to 10 years.
Piloted at Riga Secondary School Number 64
How this resource relates to Shaping Characters objectives
- Attitudes and attributes
- Education techniques
► to recognize personal talents,
► understanding the sound self-respect as personal significance.
Pencils, felt-point pens, drawing chalks, a big circle and other forms to make the parts of the flower, drawing paper, scissors, glue.
How was it funded?
Core education funding
one hour preparation
30 minutes delivery
How was or could the project be sustained?
Within a whole school character education programme.