Self-esteem is the opinion you have of yourself and your abilities. This opinion can fluctuate wildly in young people, especially during puberty. By understanding what self-esteem is and how to improve it, students can identify steps to help them maintain self-confidence and achieve self-actualisation.
Students will understand the concept of self-esteem and identify strategies for improving their own and others’ self-esteem.
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
- define what self-esteem is
- identify strategies to improve their own and others’ self-esteem.
Read up on self-esteem 10 min
As a class, students read the ReachOut article 10 tips for improving your self-esteem. You could display the article on an interactive whiteboard or using a projector, and hand out printed copies to students.
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