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Life Skills Lessons
Your students may be feeling uncertain about a potentially unfamiliar future. Our 4 lesson plans help to build confidence in ability, and encourage an optimistic outlook on life and change.
Our first lesson considers positive mindset in contrast to negative thinking, and what a vast difference a ‘glass half full’ approach can make. Continuing the theme of constructive thinking, lesson two asks your pupils to state complimentary self-affirmations. Whilst our third lesson establishes what constitutes a positive role model, the final installment forms a summary and uses confidence-building as a focal point.
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