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PSE: Friendship

PSE friendship KS2 Primary Education

Gavin Brock

on 4 October 2012

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Transcript of PSE: Friendship

Friendship Personal & Social Education Learning Objectives: We will learn: Question: What is a 'friend'? Can you think of different types of friendships that people have? Best friend Close friend(s) Acquaintance Fair-weather friend Frenemy Suggested Reading: Some questions: Was the tree a good friend to the boy? Was the boy a good friend to the tree? What have we learned? to identify what makes a good friend. how we can be a good friend to others. factors that threaten friendships. Soul-mate A friend who shares exactly the same beliefs, values, ideas and outlook as you. Someone you've met (maybe a few times), but don't know a great deal about. A 'friend' who is only your friend because they want something from you. Someone who is your friend when you're happy, but doesn't care when you're sad or in need. Friends that you can rely on to share with you and include you in their activities. A friend who will never let you down when you need them. Activity: Make a list of different types of friendships. Can you provide a definition for each type? What different personal qualities make a good friend? Activity: Least important Fairly important Important Very important Most important What do you think makes a good friend? Good sense of humour
Good looking
Willing to share
Good listener
Same interests
Plenty of money
Same beliefs and values
Willing to compromise
Popular with others
Will always tell you the truth
(even though you may not like what you hear)
Forgiving You will be given a zoom lens board: Copy the descriptors onto the board, according to whether you think they are: Good luck! Activity: In groups, discuss what personal qualities you think make a good friend. Write your ideas, in large writing, on separate Post-It notes. Once you have finished, stick your notes to the whiteboard. Use the list of personal qualities collected on the whiteboard. Why do friendships sometimes get damaged? Can you arrange them in order of closeness? At the end of the story, are you happy or sad? Why? If you could change one part of the story, what part would you change? Why? How is the tree like a real person? Can you think of people you know who are like the tree? Every time the boy returns, the tree asks him to play; but the boy always has an excuse not to.

Why do you think the boy does this? Why does the tree do so much for the boy? Do you think the tree does too much for the boy? Each time the boy accepts the tree's help, the narrator tell us, "And the tree was happy."
How does this make you feel? When you read it again at the end of the story, how do you feel? Do friends forgive one another? Is there anything that can't be forgiven? Discuss: Lying? Stealing? Cheating? Gossiping? Deliberately causing harm? Spitefulness? How do we deal with friends who do these things? Do people enjoy different types of friendship? How long should you know somebody before you call them a friend? Do friendships last forever? Do people ever stop being friends? Why? What can you do to be a better friend? People who will always tell you the truth. People who have your best interests at heart.
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