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Staying Positive

Staying Positive

The ability to use tactics and strategies to overcome setbacks and achieve goals.
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  • Self Assessment Resource: Step 1 to Step 3
    Support learners to reflect on how they have applied Steps 1-3 in all eight essential skills by printing this double-sided Essential Skill Record.
  • Self Assessment Resource: Step 4 to Step 6
    Support learners to reflect on how they have applied Steps 4-6 in all eight essential skills by printing this double-sided Essential Skill Record.
  • Self Assessment Resource: Step 7 to Step 9
    Support learners to reflect on how they have applied Steps 7-9 in all eight essential skills by printing this double-sided Essential Skill Record.
  • Self Assessment Resource: Step 10 to Step 12
    Support learners to reflect on how they have applied Steps 10-12 in all eight essential skills by printing this double-sided Essential Skill Record.
  • Short Lesson: Step 0
    In this short lesson, learners imagine a conversation with someone who is trying to cheer them up.
  • Short Lesson: Step 1
    In this short lesson, learners draw different emotions and what may have caused someone to feel this way.
  • Short Lesson: Step 2
    In this short lesson, learners consider positive actions they can take to keep going in a difficult situation.
  • Challenge Day: Step 0
    Over the course of the challenge, learners apply Step 0 in four of the eight essential skills as they consider: Who is the Sugar Snatcher? They apply Staying Positive and Aiming High to learn to be a police officer and explore some evidence and clues. Then, they apply Listening and Speaking to examine the crime scene before presenting to the class who they think committed the crime.
  • Challenge Day: Step 1 to Step 3
    Over the course of the challenge, learners apply Steps 1-3 in all eight essential skills as they consider: Who stole the chocolate? They gather and analyse clues to decide which of the fairytale character suspects committed a fictional crime (stealing chocolate from the school/community building).
  • Challenge Day: Step 4 to Step 6
    Over the course of the challenge, learners apply Steps 4-6 in all eight essential skills as they consider: Who stole the chocolate? They gather and analyse clues to decide which of the fairytale character suspects committed a fictional crime (stealing chocolate from the school/community building).