MODULE 8

               COMMUNITY LIFE



“Therefore, as God’s chosen people,
holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves wi...
MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE




               BB LIFE SKILLS WORKBOOK

             MODULE 8: COMMUNITY LIFE
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MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE


At the end of the session Boys you will:
1. Learn how to start positive relationships.
2. Crea...
MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE


                 HOW TO START
             POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS

   • Say ‘thank you’ often....
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• Be gracious in accepting compliments. Accept kind words with grace,
  do not react negativel...
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MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE




   Be gracious in accepting compliments. Accept kind words with

         grace, do not reac...
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MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE


•   Use “I am sorry” when you feel you have done something wrong.
    Don’t be stubborn and wi...
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                      CREATING RAPPORT
•   • However you treat others, you will receive the sam...
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                       STRATEGIES TO
                     EMPOWER YOUR LIFE
•   • Be aware of w...
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For the following, explain how you can be of value to each of them.


   The Boys Brigade:

...
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Linus is very pleased inabout joining the BB. Since he joined only in Sec 2, his peers in
scho...
MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE

Case Study 2
Vincent is always consistently late for parade, especially muster parade. His lack...
MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE

Learning Opportunities at BB:


Choose 1one case study and answer the following questions:



W...
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Based on your learning from this module, what will be your advice for the person who
initiat...
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  1. 1. MODULE 8 COMMUNITY LIFE “Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances you may have against one another. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. And over all these virtues put on love which binds them all together in perfect unity”. Colossians 3: 12-14 “Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances you may have against one another. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. And over all these virtues put on love which binds them all together in perfect unity”. Colossians 3:
  2. 2. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE BB LIFE SKILLS WORKBOOK MODULE 8: COMMUNITY LIFE “Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances you may have against one another. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. And over all these virtues put on love which binds them all together in perfect unity”. Colossians 3: Objectives You will learn how to help create positive relationships with your peers, parents and teachers. You will learn how to help create rapport in your personal life and inspire others to lead empowering lives.  You will learn how to help create positive relationships with your peers, parents and teachers.  You will learn how to help create rapport with others in your personal life and inspire others to lead empowering lives. Learning Outcomes 1
  3. 3. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE At the end of the session Boys you will: 1. Learn how to start positive relationships. 2. Create rapport with others. 3. Learn strategies for empowering lives. 2
  4. 4. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE HOW TO START POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS • Say ‘thank you’ often. Saying ‘thank you’ builds your self-esteem and the self-esteem of others too. • Say ‘thank you’ often. Saying ‘thank you’ builds your self-esteem and the self-esteem of others too. What are some of the things you are thankful for? Have you said “ thank you” to those who hadve made these things possible? 3
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  6. 6. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE • Be gracious in accepting compliments. Accept kind words with grace, do not react negatively or reject or laugh at them. 5
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  8. 8. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE Be gracious in accepting compliments. Accept kind words with grace, do not react negatively or reject or laugh at them. Let us practise… How do you feel when you are complimented? How do you show respond? 7
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  10. 10. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE • Use “I am sorry” when you feel you have done something wrong. Don’t be stubborn and withhold your apology. • If you are upset about language or behaviour, tell the other person gently about your discomfort (by keeping quiet about it and XXXnot doing anything, you are supporting the language or behaviour non- verbally). Please wWrite down two incidents during which you could have said you are sorry but did not. 9
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  12. 12. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE CREATING RAPPORT • • However you treat others, you will receive the same treatment. Therefore treat others exactly the way you want them to treat you. How will you treat your loved ones today? 11
  13. 13. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE STRATEGIES TO EMPOWER YOUR LIFE • • Be aware of what is happening in the community around you. • • Choose ways to use your talent and doing things that will serve the community. • • Find things that you love about your community and take part in them. • • Look at areas for improvement in your community. If you can see something that couldan be improved, don’t complain about it,; rather, take responsibility to make the improvements happened. For the following, explain how you can be of value to each of them. The Boys Brigade: School: Home: 12
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  15. 15. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE For the following, explain how you can be of value to each of them. The Boys Brigade: School: Home: Learning Opportunities at BB: Choose one of the following two case studies and answer the questions that follow. Case Study 1 14
  16. 16. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE Linus is very pleased inabout joining the BB. Since he joined only in Sec 2, his peers in school are already ahead of him in promotion. While they are not negative toward him, their immediate reaction when required to choose someone for an appointment, is they wouldto look within their own cohort. Linus feels that this is unfair and that he is not appreciated. In view of the fact that he will always be behind them in this respect, he wishes to speak to them to express his dissatisfaction. What do you think are the issues in this case study on “community life”? Based on your learning from this module, what will be your advice for the person who initiates the discussion in each case? 15
  17. 17. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE Case Study 2 Vincent is always consistently late for parade, especially muster parade. His lack of effort in polishing and maintaining his equipment prevents the squad from doing well. The rest do not think that there will be any improvement if they don’t speak to him since he is already in his second year in the BB. The rest meet to discuss how what and what how to tell him. Some saidy that they squad should take a hard approach, while others suggested a gentler approach. As squad leader, you have to decide on the main issues and guide the discussion with Vincent. 16
  18. 18. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE Learning Opportunities at BB: Choose 1one case study and answer the following questions: What do you think are the issues in this case study on “community life”? Based on your learning from this module, what will be your advice for the person who initiates the discussion in each case? What do you think are the issues in this case study on “community life”? 17
  19. 19. MODULE 8 : COMMUNITY LIFE Based on your learning from this module, what will be your advice for the person who initiates the discussion in each case? 18

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