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Gratitude

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Rachel Fobare

on 9 March 2015

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Transcript of Gratitude

Objectives
• Students will establish an understanding of the term gratitude
• Students will establish an understanding that we experience gratitude when we recognize that people have helped us intentionally

Gratitude
Gratitude (Avoiding Entitlement Syndrome)


March 10, 2015

Lesson 13
Importance of Enthusiasm

Lesson 14
Positive Attitude and Curbing Your Complaining

Lesson 15
Gratitude (Avoiding Entitlement Syndrome)

Lesson 16
Accepting Feedback (Criticism and Praise)

Gratitude Is
• What did you think of the video clip?
• What were some of the words that were used to describe gratitude?
• Why were some of those words used?
• If you had to create a video clip for the feeling “Gratitude” what words or pictures would you use? Why?
Ticket-Out-The-Door


Focus on three things in life you are most thankful for. Think about it for a few minutes. Write down three things that you are most thankful for.


The Pursuit of Happiness
Why is it important to express gratitude in the workplace?
Thankful
Define the term thankful.
Grateful
Another word that is used to mean thankful is grateful. They are the same feeling. Grateful or thankful is the feeling we get when something good happens to us. Many of us feel grateful for family, friends, or their pets. Feeling grateful could also come from a time when someone helped you. An example could be that you were having difficulty understanding your homework. You asked your older brother or sister or a parent to help you. They spent some time with you helping you to understand the assignment.
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