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Session b

  1. 1. Session B How can you affect someone's self-esteem? 10
  2. 2. How much do you think you can affect someone's self-esteem? If you feel good about yourself do you think you will make good decisions? Why? 10
  3. 3. How does it make you feel? Label 1 side of the room positive and 1 side of the room negative. Listen to the statements and think about whether they make you feel positive or negative. Move to the relevant side of the room. Why do the statements make you feel that way? 15 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OIfGoNfm4w
  4. 4. Possible statements for positive – negative continuum • • • • • • • • • Your hair looks nice today. You always say stupid things. You only got 40% in your test… I got 80%. Would you like a sweet? Are they new shoes? How old is your phone, its not even got the internet. Do you want to come to my birthday party? Loser! Your really good at football.
  5. 5. Task… Complete the worksheet ‘The Power of Words’. Write down 3 sentences you could say that would improve someone's self esteem. 15
  6. 6. How does your self-esteem effect you? When are you most likely to… • Give in to peer pressure. • Make your own decisions. • Follow the crowd. • Be independent. • Be confident. 5
  7. 7. Make a list of all the negative things you have heard people say. Try and turn each of these statements in to positive, e.g… I messed up -> I can do better next time. I am stupid -> I need to work on this. 10
  8. 8. Discuss… • How might you know that someone has a low self-esteem? • What can you do to help improve someone’s self-esteem? 5

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