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  • 1. Youth meeting
  • 2.
    • Plan Flow
    • Ice – Breaker – Triple Action
    • Eagle Story – Slides
    • Questions & Discussion
    • Theoretical Input – What is Self Esteem
    • Work Sheet On Evaluating your Self Esteem
    • Self Esteem Evaluation Sheet
    • Action Song – It’s a Great Day
    • Value Game: Bucket luck.
    • Eagle Song
    • Recap & Motivation talk
    • Paper Games
    • Action Song – Boggie Boggie
  • 3. ACTION SONGS
    • IT'S A GREAT DAY
    • It's a great day to praise the Lord ( 3 )
    • Walking in the light of the lord
    • Walk, Walk, Walk, Walk, in the light (3)
    • Walking in the light of the Lord
    • Love . Serve . Know .
  • 4.
    • FATHER ABRAHAM
    • Father Abraham had many sons
    • And many sons had Father Abraham
    • l am one of them and so are you
    • So let’s all clap our hands.
    • Shake your hand. right hand.
    • Shake your hand, right hand, left hand.
    • Shake your hand, right hand,
    • left hand, right leg. Shake your hand ,right, hand, left hand, right leg, left leg. Shake your hand, right hand, left hand,
    • right leg, leg, shake your chin. Shake your hand, right hand left hand, right leg, left leg, shake your chin.
    • shake your head.
  • 5.
    • Once upon a time, while walking through the forest, a certain man found a young eagle; he took it home and put it in his barnyard where it soon learned to eat chicken feed and to behave as chickens behave.
    • One day a naturalist who was passing by, inquired of the owner why it was that the eagle, the king of the birds, should be confined to live in a barnyard with chickens.
    • “ Since I have given it chicken feed and trained it to live as a chicken, it has never learned to fly”, replied the owner. “It behaves as chickens behave, so it is no longer an eagle.”
    • “ Still”, insisted the naturalist, “it has the heart of an eagle and can surely be taught to fly”.
    • After talking it over, the two men agreed to find out whether this was possible. Gently the naturalist took the eagle in his arms and said “You belong to the sky, not to the earth. Stretch forth your wings and fly;”
    • The eagle however was confused, he did not know who he was, and seeing the chickens eating their food, he jumped down to be with them again.
    THE STORY OF THE EAGLE
  • 6.
    • Undismayed, the naturalist took the eagle next day up on the roof of the house, and urged him again saying: “You are an eagle, stretch forth your wings and fly:” But the eagle was afraid of his unknown self and the world, and jumped down once more for the chicken feed.
    • On the third day, the naturalist rose early and took the eagle out of the barnyard, up to a high mountain. There he held the king of the birds high above him and encouraged him again, saying: “You are an eagle, stretch forth your wings and fly:”
    • The eagle looked around, back towards the barnyard and up to the sky. Then the naturalist lifted him straight towards the sun, and it happened that the eagle began to tremble. Slowly he stretched out his wings. At last with a triumphant cry, he soared away into the heavens.
    • It may be that the eagle still remembers the chickens with nostalgia; it may even be that he occasionally revisits the barnyard. But as far as anyone knows, he has never returned to lead the life of a chicken.
  • 7.
    • QUESTIONS
    • What is it that struck you the most in the story?
    • Can you see likeness to yourself with the eagle? Why?
    • In what areas of your life are you struggling to be realize your full potentials?
    • What are you doing to develop your potentialities?
    • How do you see yourself, secondly yourself in relationship with others?
    • What is the necessary condition for a person to obtain a good self image?
    • You must be where you belong “ what do these words mean? What reactions and sentiments do they evoke in you?
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  • 8. THEORETICAL INPUT
    • What is self esteem?
    • It’s your self-image, or HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT YOURSELF, Your self esteem is made up of THOUGHT AND FEELINGS you have about yourself These may be:
    • POSITIVE for example
    • The more positive feelings you have about yourself, the HIGHER YOUR SELF ESTEEM.
    • I’m pretty, I’m smart, I learn from my mistake, I’m fun
    • NEGATIVE for example
    • The more negative feeling you have about yourself , the LOWER YOUR ESTEEM.
    • I’m afraid to fail
    • I’m stupid
    • I’m ugly
    • I’m boring
  • 9. IMPORTANCE OF HIGH SELF ESTEEM?
    • Accept challenges
    • When you have high self esteem, you’re not afraid to develop your abilities. You’re willing to risk trying new things. If you don’t try, you can’t grow.
    • Enrich your life
    • Happy peoples are a joy to be around
    • By being happier with yourself, you’ll be more comfortable and open about yourself; you’ll develop closer relationships.
    • With high self-esteem, you can:
    • Be the person you want to be, Enjoy others fully, Offer more of yourself to the world.
  • 10. Maintain self confidence Believing you can do something is half the battle: it allows you to involve yourself Completely with whatever you’re doing. Whole-hearted effort helps to bring improvement to performance.
    • Remain flexible
    • Change isn’t easy. It’s unfamiliar and frightening at times. However, a positive self-image makes it easier to accept new ideas and ways of doing things.ss
  • 11.
    • SOME ADVANTAGES OF SELF-ESTEEM
    • There is a direct relationship between people’s feelings and their productivity. High self-esteem is evident in respect for one’s self, others, properly, law, parent’s and one’s country. The reverse is also true.
  • 12.
    • Self-esteem :
    • Builds strong conviction.
    • Creates willingness to accept responsibility.
    • Builds optimistic attitudes.
    • Leads to better relationship and fulfilling lives.
    • Make’s a person more sensitive to others needs and develop a caring attitude
  • 13.
    • Makes a person self-motivated and ambitious
    • Makes a person open to new opportunities and challenge.
    • Improves performance and increases risk taking ability.
    • Helps a person to give and receive both criticism and compliments tactfully and easily.
  • 14. Work Sheet On Evaluating your Self Esteem
    • Do you accept constructive criticism? YES NO
    • Are you at ease to meet new people? YES NO
    • Are you honest and open about your feeling? YES NO
    • Do you value your closest relationship? YES NO
    • Are you able to laugh at (and learn from)
    • your own mistakes? YES NO
    • Do you notice and accept changes in yourself
    • as they occur? YES NO
    • Do you look for and tackle new challenge? YES NO
    • Are you confident about your physical appearance? YES NO
    • Do you give yourself credit when credit is due? YES NO
    • Are you happy for others when they succeed? YES NO
  • 15. TT ball in the bucket
    • Purpose : Self Esteem
    • Objective : To aim high
    • Material required : 2 table tennis balls & bucket
    • Time limit : 20 mins
  • 16.
    • Procedure :
    • Draw 3 lines at various distances
    • The first mark is 10, 2nd 30 & 3rd 50
    • Call any 3 representatives
    • The reps are allowed to throw from any of the 3 positions
    • The one who scores the highest points is the winner.
  • 17. EAGLE’S SONG
    • I'd like to tell the story about an eagle
    • Who chained so long to stick upon the ground?
    • Day by day he struggled round in circles.
    • Till wandered up to walking round and round.
    • 2 When his master finally choose to give him freedom
    • He took of the mental ring that kept him bound
    • And tossed him high to spread his wings to fly
    • But the bird just flipped flopped right back to the ground.
    • CH. No more chains no more bird hand
    • But he will ride back to his right again
    • Began the same old strut again
    • Just the same old habit kept him hound.
    • 3 So many people today are like that eagle
    • Who knows the truth could loose them from their chains.
    • When freedom calls them all to a new horizon.
    • They jump right back to their rut again. CH.
    • 4 Well its better to fly into the sky of freedom
    • To break free from the old and sail on to the new
    • So don't forget the sad story of the eagle
    • Don't ever let, the same thing happen to you. CH.
  • 18. SELF-ESTEEM EVALUATION SHEET Each of the statements given below can be rated with the words NEVER, SOMETIMES, FREQUENTLY OR ALWAYS. Make your choice, and then write in the number that corresponds to the choice. When you have finished, total up yours answers. NEVER = 1 SOMETIMES = 2 FREQUENTLY = 3 ALWAYS. = 4
  • 19.
    • When my feelings are hurt, I express it
    • Others value my opinions
    • I feel intellectually capable
    • I feel worthy of the gifts that have been offered to me
    • I am satisfied with my personal development upto now
    • I consider comparing myself with other people (to see who rates higher) to be a waste of time
    • I enjoy meeting and talking with new people
  • 20.
    • I feel comfortable at social gatherings
    • I am happy to be me and wouldn’t want to be anyone else
    • I like my present life situation
    • I am happy with the way I live my life
    • I like my present place of residence
    • I enjoy my work
    • People admire me
  • 21.
    • I am considerate of others
    • I enjoy getting up in the morning
    • I am self reliant
    • I make a positive contribution to the lives of others
    • I enjoy attending to my own needs in eating, exercise, and general care of myself
    • I try to make sure I lead a balanced life enough rest work, play
    • I enjoy my time alone
  • 22.
    • I like myself
    • I value myself
    • I see myself as a good-looking person
    • I see myself as attractive to the opposite sex.
    • I think of myself as a loving person
    • I think myself as a sharing person
    • I think myself as a confident person
    • I think my self as a successful person
  • 23.
    • (Min, = 30, Max = 120)
    • 30 = 40 = Inadequate self-esteem - low
    • 41 = 80 = Fairly adequate - average
    • 81 = 120 = Quite healthy - high
  • 24. L E T ’ S G O A L L O U T
    • To call out loudly
    • Almost all around
    • Heavy and strong
    • A fresh water fish
    • A pig’s nose
    • S H O U T
    • A B O U T
    • S T O U T
    • T R O U T
    • S N O U T
  • 25.
    • An opening in our head
    • Opposite of north
    • A certain road or way
    • The time when one is young
    • M O U T H
    • S O U T H
    • R O U T E
    • Y O U T H
  • 26.
    • Book balancing relay
    • The player has to balance a book on his head and walk the race till the finish point .If the book falls down the player has to go back to the starting point & start the game again. As soon as the player reaches the finish point the following player starts with the game.
  • 27.
    • Robbing the nest
    • Around 9 stones in the center & the target to achieve is 5. Around the circle there are nest. The animator calls out a number, member in each particular group having that number comes out and takes one stone each time and drop, in his nest. The team, which manages to get the highest number of stones in their nest, is the winner. The player can rob when the player of the opposite team is not present around.

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