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Friendship ppt

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Friendship PPT

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Friendship ppt

  1. 1. • • To examine the differences between good and bad• friendship groups.• • To examine the differences between good and bad teasing.• • To explore how far they may go in terms of loyalty to their• friends.• • How to develop a plan of action when a friend or group• teases/bullies you.• • How to respond when a friend bullies another friend and• they feel too scared to intervene in case they get bullied too.
  2. 2. • Ask the students to sit in pairs and to exchange ideas about what they perceive the term ‘friendship’ to mean. (5 minutes)
  3. 3. In your groups discusswhat are the qualities ofa friend. What qualitiesdo you look for in afriend?(10 minutes)
  4. 4. In your groups discusswhat are the qualities ofa friend. What qualitiesdo you look for in afriend?(10 minutes)
  5. 5. • it is possible to have a mixture of good and bad qualities in a good friend?
  6. 6. • Peer pressure can be defined as pressure by a peer group to take a certain action, adopt certain values or otherwise conform in order to be accepted as part of a group.• In your groups answer the following questions:• What things might a friend ask you to do that may go against your beliefs or values?• Discuss different ways that friends may pressure you to do thing that you don’t want to do, i.e. threats to withhold friendship; start calling you names, threats of violence etc.• Explore how you could say no or get out of a situation without causing offence?
  7. 7. • One of your friends wants you to exclude someone you get on with. They have told you that if you don’t do what they say, they will stop talking to you..• You are asked by a group of your mates to have a cigarette with them. You don’t smoke. They have told you that nobody will find out.• You are walking to the Hall when another pupil hands you a mobile phone. They tell you to put it in your bag as they don’t want to get caught with it. You say you don’t want anything to do with it but they have told you that you have no choice and if you don’t do it they will beat you up later.

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