In the back of your books          (BOB)  Write down what you        would do!
An Introduction to 6 Hats    A different way of thinking             Edward De Bono                              Next
Lesson IntentionsToday we are learning to:• Understand that there are different ways of  thinking.Skilled learners   -   K...
White HatWith this hat on you ask:• What is the available information – the facts?• What can you learn from the informatio...
Wearing theWhite Hat?
Red HatWith this hat on you ask:• What does your gut tell you?• What does your instinct tell you?• How will other people r...
Wearing the Red Hat?
Black HatWith this hat on you ask:• What are all the bad points?• Why might this idea not work?• What are all of the negat...
Wearing theBlack Hat?
Green HatWith this hat on you ask:• What are creative solutions to the problem?• Can you think of an unusual way to solve ...
Wearing theGreen Hat?
Yellow HatWith this hat on you ask:• What are all the positives of the idea?• What are all the benefits and values of the ...
Wearing theYellow Hat?
Blue HatThis hat is:• Worn by the person chairing the meeting• Used to keep discussion going• Used to direct what colour h...
Wearing the Blue Hat?
Go to BOB!• Read your answer               Eyes closed, hands up! VoteWhat do these results tell us   from the start of th...
Group Task: What you need to do:•Each group is a hat.•Each group has 2 proposals to read•With your hat on discuss the prop...
Proposal 1:All students should have to wear school uniform.
Proposal 2:All students must take part in one after school club
Lesson IntentionsToday we have learnt to:• Understand that there are different ways of  thinking.Skilled learners   -   Kn...
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  1. 1. In the back of your books (BOB) Write down what you would do!
  2. 2. An Introduction to 6 Hats A different way of thinking Edward De Bono Next
  3. 3. Lesson IntentionsToday we are learning to:• Understand that there are different ways of thinking.Skilled learners - Know what each hat meanswill… - Apply the six hats way of thinking to specific questions and proposals .Excellent - Be able to reflect on which colour hatlearners will… they use most and which colour hat they might like to use more. - Consider the strengths and weaknesses of each of the different hats.
  4. 4. White HatWith this hat on you ask:• What is the available information – the facts?• What can you learn from the information?• Are there any gaps in your knowledge?• Can you fill the gaps?• What has happened in the past?• Can we learn from the past? Back Next
  5. 5. Wearing theWhite Hat?
  6. 6. Red HatWith this hat on you ask:• What does your gut tell you?• What does your instinct tell you?• How will other people react emotionally?• How will people respond who do not know how you think and why you think the way you do? Back Next
  7. 7. Wearing the Red Hat?
  8. 8. Black HatWith this hat on you ask:• What are all the bad points?• Why might this idea not work?• What are all of the negatives?• What are the weak points of the plan?• How can we counteract the weak points? Back Next
  9. 9. Wearing theBlack Hat?
  10. 10. Green HatWith this hat on you ask:• What are creative solutions to the problem?• Can you think of an unusual way to solve the problem? Please note all ideas created when wearing this hat should be considered without criticism. Back Next
  11. 11. Wearing theGreen Hat?
  12. 12. Yellow HatWith this hat on you ask:• What are all the positives of the idea?• What are all the benefits and values of the solution?• Why should you keep going? Back Next
  13. 13. Wearing theYellow Hat?
  14. 14. Blue HatThis hat is:• Worn by the person chairing the meeting• Used to keep discussion going• Used to direct what colour hat the group will be wearing Back
  15. 15. Wearing the Blue Hat?
  16. 16. Go to BOB!• Read your answer Eyes closed, hands up! VoteWhat do these results tell us from the start of the about the way we think? for which colour hat you were lesson. wearing.Why might using six hats be• a useful way of thinkinghat Write the colour Colour Number of that you think you about a tiger in the students classroom scenario? White were wearing when Red you answered. Why might six hats be a Blackuseful way of thinking in RS Green / PSHCE lessons? Yellow Blue
  17. 17. Group Task: What you need to do:•Each group is a hat.•Each group has 2 proposals to read•With your hat on discuss the proposals•Each person must write at least 1 thing on the piece of A3 paper•Choose 1 person to feedback to the class at the end of the task•You have 10 minutes
  18. 18. Proposal 1:All students should have to wear school uniform.
  19. 19. Proposal 2:All students must take part in one after school club
  20. 20. Lesson IntentionsToday we have learnt to:• Understand that there are different ways of thinking.Skilled learners - Know what each hat meanswill… - Apply the six hats way of thinking to specific questions and proposals .Excellent - Be able to reflect on which colour hatlearners will… they use most and which colour hat they might like to use more. - Consider the strengths and weaknesses of each of the different hats.
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