This lesson explores skills and strategies that can be used to shape identity and promote inclusivity, equality and respectful relationships
- Students learn about the skills and strategies that can be used to promote inclusivity, equality and respectful relationships, and those that can be used to manage change and challenges and to seek help.
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
- identify how people differ
- define respectful relationships and inclusivity
Brainswarm: All the ways we can be different 15 min
Class discussion: Differences make us interesting and unique. Exploring and respecting other people’s differences and connecting through similarities enables us to feel safe, to trust others and to express ourselves.
- Students use one small index card (5×7) each and a handful of sticky notes.
- Students are allocated two minutes to record all the ways we, as humans, can be different. Examples can include sex, sexuality, gender, race, religion and spirituality, where we live, family structure, values, beliefs, culture, language and the types of relationships we have. (Discussion prompts can include friendships and intimate relationships, and opposite-sex and same-sex relationships.)
- Invite students to place their card on the classroom wall or designated space for display.
- As a group, students explore the cards on display.
- Students use sticky notes to vote for cards they agree with. Where students agree, they put their sticky notes on top of the card(s).
- As a class, discuss the top three response cards voted for and the benefits of valuing diversity.
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