‘Reaching out’ means placing importance on help-seeking behaviours through connections with other people. A resilient person has a range of friendship circles that reflect their different areas of social need. They make the effort to build and nurture friendships that move and change with time.
Students learn that having meaningful connections with people, and making and nurturing friendships, will assist in developing resilience.
By the end of the lesson, students will understand that:
- having social/friendship groups can support their resilience
- building connections with people/organisations can assist them in developing resilience skills.
Activity: Pictionary 20 min
- Divide students into groups of four. Each group requires a piece of paper. Each student requires a pen.
- In turn, each student thinks of a place where young people connect with each other, and draws it on their sheet of paper with a different coloured pen. The other team members try to guess what it is. (Impose a one-minute time limit per student for drawing and guessing, respectively.)
- Repeat until everyone in the group has had their turn.
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