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Year 7 Pastoral program 2013

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Transcript of Year 7 Pastoral program 2013

Term 1
Term 3
Week 2
Year 7 Positive Education program
2017

'TSS provides young men with the capacity to Learn to Lead as they develop skills for achievement and well-being'
Week 3
Relationships
Knowledge
Well- being
enhance their community by building positive and productive Christian.................
develop intelligent dispositions, thinking skills and...................................
pursue.......
and
Balance
Habit of Mind
MONDAY
KIT MENTORS
Meet & Greet
& Answer the essential 10
Buddy Session
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
LEADERSHIP
led by
KIT MENTORS
FRIDAY
The 24 Signature Strengths
Wisdom and Knowledge
curiosity
Love of learning
judgement
ingenuity
social intelligence
perspective
Courage
Valor
Perseverance
Integrity
Humanity and Love
Kindness
Loving
Justice
Citizenship
fairness
leadership
Temperance
self-control
prudence
humility
Transcendence
Appreciation of Beauty
gratitude
hope
spirituality
forgiveness
humour
zest
Choose a circle and on the whiteboard draw mind maps of what you think each mean
Can you start to recognize some of your strengths??
Habit of Mind
MONDAY
Student Activity – Draw From Instruction
Resources Needed – A4 Paper
________________________________________

Activity
Read the following instruction out loud to students:
1)Draw a layer of grass on the bottom of your page
2)Draw a small and large hill in the picture
3)Draw a bird in the sky
4)Draw a tree on the right hand side of the page
5)Share drawings with other students
6)At the end of this activity, ask the following
questions:
a.Why do students have similar and different drawings?
b.Why do people understand things differently?
c.What have you learnt from this activity about understanding other people?
KIT MENTOR
Week in review
Check Record Book during
Buddy session
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
Week 4
Habit of Mind
MONDAY
KIT
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
LEADERSHIP
led by
KIT MENTORS
FRIDAY
Week 5
Habit of Mind
MONDAY
KIT
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
LEADERSHIP
led by
KIT MENTORS
FRIDAY
Week 7
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
LEADERSHIP
led by
KIT MENTORS
FRIDAY
Week 6
Habit of Mind
MONDAY
KIT
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
LEADERSHIP
led by
KIT MENTORS
FRIDAY
Do I use my top 3 strengths in my life?
Write down examples where you have shown these strengths over the last 2 weeks e.g at school, home, training
If I haven't demonstrated these strengths in my life, how could I do this? Give examples
http://www.greatschools.org/parenting/motivation-confidence/4302-teach-your-child-to-be-persistent-video.gs
Cyber safety
facts and stats on the Cyber world
Are you Cyber smart?
Now write down 5 things that will help you when you are on-line
why Should you be aware of cyber safety?
=
bullying online can trigger psychotic symptoms in early adolescence
1 student in every 10 in Australian schools is affected by cyberbullying
D. Cross
1 trillion brain cells are not wired until you are
27 y.old
Bill Belsey's
'Perfect storm' Teen Brain + Smart Phone = Disaster
Iphone 5 has 30 times more memory and technology that NASA had in 1969 landing on the moon.
Affects young people far more than adults
•Internet encourages disinhibition because there is no direct contact between bully and victim
The speed
Audience is as large as the Internet itself
The bullies believe they can hide behind the anonymity (although we can find almost anyone, anywhere.)
Kids generally don’t want to report it – they don’t want to be a dobber, lose access orhave parents make it worse. Being a dobber is the worst thing a young person can be
The Law
474.17 Using a carriage service to menace, harass or cause offence
474.20(1) will make it an offence for a person to possess, control, produce, supply or obtain child pornography material with the intention that it be used, by that person or another person, in committing an offence
case study:

A 19 year old male in Canberra used Facebook to threaten another man, that man’s brother and the brother’s girlfriend for more than two weeks. He posted comments on the man’s Wall, like “You’re a dead dog…don’t forget I know where you live”, and also made threats using Facebook Chat. The man was charged with using a carriage service to menace, harass or cause offence (section 474.17 of the Commonwealth Criminal Code 1995) and sentenced to six months imprisonment.
Ideal leader
What is KIT?
Who we are and what will we be doing
KIT MENTOR
Week in review
Check Record Book during
Buddy session
KIT MENTOR
Week in review
Check Record Book during
Buddy session
KIT MENTOR
Week in review
Check Record Book during
Buddy session
Examples of what would constitute a “carriage service”:
Mobile phones Phone calls, SMS, MMS

The Internet Email
Facebook including Facebook chat
Chat programs such as mIRC, ICQ, Windows Live Messenger, Skype, AIM, Google chat, Yahoo! Messenger
Deadly Consequences of Cyberbullying
watch the First 5 mins of the next video ....
Week 2 of term 3
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
leadership & KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Leadership and KIT
Week 3 of term 3
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
leadership & KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Leadership and KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Week 4 of term 3
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Habit of Mind


leadership & KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Leadership and KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Week 5 of term 3
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Habit of Mind

discuss questions with your class and choose an assignment they are working on
leadership & KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Leadership and KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Week 6 of term 3
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Cluster Day


leadership & KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Leadership and KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Week 7 of term 3
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Habit of Mind


leadership & KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Leadership and KIT
Week 8 of term 3
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Habit of Mind


leadership & KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Leadership and KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Week 9 of term 3
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Habit of Mind


leadership & KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Leadership and KIT
Health and Wellbeing
Week 1 - Introduction to Health and Wellbeing + Body (Physical Activity)

Your body needs to be healthy and strong to make the most of these busy years, with lots of new and exciting teenage experiences.
It is growing quickly, coping with fast changes since you were a baby. Habits formed now often shape the rest of your life, so it’s critical to make good choices and build healthy behavioural patterns.


Activity
Create a pie chart to illustrate how you use your time on an average day. You could create a school day chart or a weekend chart, or both.

List three goals that could improve the health and wellbeing of your body.


Discussion
Analyse your chart with a friend, and set some goals to
increase/decrease activities to ensure a healthier routine.
run over 2 lessons...
Health and Wellbeing
Week 1 - Introduction to Health and Wellbeing + Body (Physical Activity)

Your body needs to be healthy and strong to make the most of these busy years, with lots of new and exciting teenage experiences.
It is growing quickly, coping with fast changes since you were a baby. Habits formed now often shape the rest of your life, so it’s critical to make good choices and build healthy behavioural patterns.


Activity
Create a pie chart to illustrate how you use your time on an average day. You could create a school day chart or a weekend chart, or both.

List three goals that could improve the health and wellbeing of your body.


Discussion
Analyse your chart with a friend, and set some goals to
increase/decrease activities to ensure a healthier routine.
run over 2 lessons...
Habit of Mind


Ideal Leaders (this can be used for leadership development with the boys):
1) Speak about their ideas in a way that is easy to understand and straight to the point.
2) Use the correct names and precise terms for things.
3) Do distort information or outcomes.
4) Connect information into organisational patterns and explain connections.

complete a class survey just using hands up and tally on board
Week 2 – Body (Self-Worth)
The one relationship you will have for your lifetime is the relationship you have with yourself. Feeling positive about yourself is essential to being able to develop positive relationships with others.

Activity
On the next page, trace around your hand. In each digit write a word to describe something you like about yourself. It may be a physical feature, a talent, something positive you have done.

Discussion
As a class, or in smaller groups, discuss some of these qualities about yourself.

run over 2 lessons.....
Week 2 – Body (Self-Worth)
The one relationship you will have for your lifetime is the relationship you have with yourself. Feeling positive about yourself is essential to being able to develop positive relationships with others.

Activity
On the next page, trace around your hand. In each digit write a word to describe something you like about yourself. It may be a physical feature, a talent, something positive you have done.

Discussion
As a class, or in smaller groups, discuss some of these qualities about yourself.

run over 2 lessons.....
Habit of Mind


Ideal Leaders (this can be used for leadership development with the boys):
1) Speak about their ideas in a way that is easy to understand and straight to the point.
2) Use the correct names and precise terms for things.
3) Do distort information or outcomes.
4) Connect information into organisational patterns and explain connections.

complete this as a class in discussion
The class must close their eyes and guess where they are in the video
How did they guess where they were even though their eyes were closed ?
Boys need to place an object in front of a partner and without looking guess what the object is.

When you are a teenager everything seems to change: your body, brain, hormones, emotions, moods, thinking, behaviour and personal relationships. Your wishes and desires are different, and not surprisingly, all this change can make you feel anxious and uncertain. It’s important to understand that everyone goes through these changes and that there are always people at home or at school to talk with about how you are feeling. It is important that you know who these people are and how to access them.
Mind (Mental Health)
who could you talk to at school?
Mind mental health
Activity - complete individually
Compete the following sentence starters.
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In my opinion the best movie ever made is…
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I make a meaningful contribution in my family or community by…
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When I was young the person who cared most for me was…
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I attended pre-school at…
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I feel a sense of belonging & fitting in at school through…
- If I could only have three pieces of music on my iPod/IPhone, they would
be…
-
The best book I have ever read is…
-
The one thing I think I am secretly very good at, that most people don’t
know is…

This activity should be completed individually.

Mind (mental health)
If someone wanted to write a feature article about you in the Sunday Mail.... what could they write? List 3
Mind - Mental health
Discussion
As a class discuss the benefits of identifying the positive things about yourself and others.

Food (Nutrition)
We know the old saying, “you are what you eat”. As we grow it is important to consider the types of food that are healthy for us, and the foods that are best in moderation. It is important to know that there are a number of food groups and recommendations on the frequency of consuming these foods.


Activity
Research and make a list of the 5 food groups, and the types of foods that each category contains.

Discussion
As a class consider the most to the least important food groups and why discuss these choices.

Food and nutrition
reading food labels
'A sense of stability and connectedness to a community is one of the protective factors for building positive personal resilience. There are a number of opportunities for you to be involved in your community and to support the wellbeing of others.'

Service to others
Discuss this quote with your class
"every boy in the school should feel safe and respected"
Are there strategies we use to make people feel part of our community?
How do we support the well being of others?
Gold Coast show Holiday
how could you use this in any work examples
Discuss how the Cyberworld has allowed many people to discover new ways of doing things....
Could someone in the class here be the next 'Fruit ninja' creator .... 'multi -millionaire'
Random acts of kindness
Go out of your way for someone this week - make it unexpected and dont look for the reward
Being supportive of others in our community
IDEALS WEEK COMING UP
what does Ideals stand for Acronym....
these are our activities...
Planting trees
Red cross drive
Prep help out
Parliament info session

Term 2
Week 2 of term 2
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Habit of Mind
7S & 7L
Academic Session using Laptop trolleys 7C & 7H
What is bullying?
7W
Habit of Mind
7H
Academic Session using Laptop trolleys 7W
What is bullying?
7S,7L,7C
Habit of Mind
7C & 7W
Academic Session using Laptop trolleys 7L & 7S
What is bullying?
7H
Bullying
i
s when someone or a group of people with more power repeatedly and intentionally causes hurt or harm to another person or group of people who feel helpless to respond. Bullying can continue over time, is often hidden from adults and will probably continue if no action is taken.

Bullying

isn't
:
•single episodes of social rejection or dislike
•single episode acts of nastiness or spite
•random acts of aggression or intimidation
•mutual arguments, disagreements or fights.

These actions can cause great distress. However, they're not examples of bullying unless someone is deliberately and repeatedly doing them to you.
Bullying
i
s when someone or a group of people with more power repeatedly and intentionally causes hurt or harm to another person or group of people who feel helpless to respond. Bullying can continue over time, is often hidden from adults and will probably continue if no action is taken.

Bullying

isn't
:
•single episodes of social rejection or dislike
•single episode acts of nastiness or spite
•random acts of aggression or intimidation
•mutual arguments, disagreements or fights.

These actions can cause great distress. However, they're not examples of bullying unless someone is deliberately and repeatedly doing them to you.
Bullying
i
s when someone or a group of people with more power repeatedly and intentionally causes hurt or harm to another person or group of people who feel helpless to respond. Bullying can continue over time, is often hidden from adults and will probably continue if no action is taken.

Bullying

isn't
:
•single episodes of social rejection or dislike
•single episode acts of nastiness or spite
•random acts of aggression or intimidation
•mutual arguments, disagreements or fights.

These actions can cause great distress. However, they're not examples of bullying unless someone is deliberately and repeatedly doing them to you.
Week 3 of term 2
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
Public holiday
LEADERSHIP
led by
KIT MENTORS
Habit of Mind
Anzac day
service
Bullying resilience strategies

Only try these strategies if you are not in any immediate danger of being physically hurt and you feel confident you can do them.

Ignore the bullying
- turn your back and walk away.

Act unimpressed
or pretend you don't care what they say or do to you. You could say 'okay, whatever' and walk away.

Use strong, assertive statements
, starting with the work 'I'; tell the other person 'I want you to stop that' in a strong confident voice. Practice this with your friends.

Use 'fogging' which means making a joking or funny comment
that makes the other person think you don't care about what they say.

Ask your friends to speak up for you
. And remember to do the same for them!

Try to stay positive
. Focus on all the things that you do well, the people who like you and care about you. Write down your thoughts and feelings about the bullying to help you think clearly about what you can do.

Hang around with your friends and be with people who help you feel good about yourself.
Good friends respect, encourage and support you. They care for your wellbeing and are fun to be around. You'll make new friends by respecting, encouraging and supporting others.

Try to sort out the problem behind the bullying
. If you feel safe to do so, talk with the other people involved and ask them how you might be able to sort out the problem together.
LEADERSHIP
led by
KIT MENTORS
Week 4 of term 2
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
LEADERSHIP
led by
KIT MENTORS
Habit of Mind
1 important Resilient strategy
Always remember your signature strengths
Try to stay positive. Focus on all the things that you do well.....
Do You remember the 24 signature strengths and what your top 3 were?
Wisdom and Knowledge
curiosity
Love of learning
judgement
ingenuity
social intelligence
perspective
Courage
Valor
Perseverance
Integrity
Humanity and Love
Kindness
Loving
Justice
Citizenship
fairness
leadership
Temperance
self-control
prudence
humility
Transcendence
Appreciation of Beauty
gratitude
hope
spirituality
forgiveness
humour
zest
Choose a circle and on the whiteboard draw mind maps of what you think each mean
Can you start to recognize some of your strengths??
LEADERSHIP
led by
KIT MENTORS
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Bullying resilience strategy
role-play
Utilising the strategies from Wednesday's role play scenarios on the following case study
Ignore the bullying - turn your back and walk away.

Act unimpressed or pretend you don't care what they say or do to you. You could say 'okay, whatever' and walk away.
•Use strong, assertive statements, starting with the work 'I'; tell the other person 'I want you to stop that' in a strong confident voice. Practice this with your friends.

Use 'fogging' which means making a joking or funny comment that makes the other person think you don't care about what they say.
•Ask your friends to speak up for you. And remember to do the same for them!

Try to stay positive. Focus on all the things that you do well, the people who like you and care about you. Write down your thoughts and feelings about the bullying to help you think clearly about what you can do.

Hang around with your friends and be with people who help you feel good about yourself. Good friends respect, encourage and support you. They care for your wellbeing and are fun to be around. You'll make new friends by respecting, encouraging and supporting others.

Try to sort out the problem behind the bullying. If you feel safe to do so, talk with the other people involved and ask them how you might be able to sort out the problem together.
Case Study: One boy has been constantly dropping the Rugby ball at a Training session and 4 boys who had been playing Rugby at the prep school for years constantly remind him of his mistakes by verbally taunting him. The comments make other boys react by laughing.

Role play this scene using all strategies....

This honestly.. what would you do in the scenario if you were witnessing this scene.
Begin the planning for your Anti- Bullying Video
Your class will need to produce an
Anti-bullying video which runs for 2- 4 mins
you will be able to work on the video every Friday and you have 7 weeks until we show the video to the rest of the grade at assembly. The winning video will be played at a whole school assembly.
Be creative and ask your teacher what IT devices you can borrow from the school.
Week 5 of term 2
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Week 6 of term 2
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Week 7 of term 2
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Week 8 of term 2
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Week 9 of term 2
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
Leadership
led by
KIT mentors
Leadership
led by
KIT mentors
Leadership
led by
KIT mentors
Leadership
led by
KIT mentors
Leadership
led by
KIT mentors
Leadership
led by
KIT mentors
Leadership
led by
KIT mentors
Leadership
led by
KIT mentors
Leadership
Exam block
KIT mentors
catch up on other activities
Queens B Day
Bullying video is due today at assembly
make sure you have a representative who will introduce the video explaining what
This was a video produced by the students of
St Josephs Catholic School Albion Park
The students wrote to Coldplay and asked to use one of their songs. Chris Martin personally wrote back and endorsed the cause
Core Class Bullying Video Competition
Work on Bullying Video ..............
Work on Bullying Video ..............
Work on Bullying Video ..............
Work on Bullying Video ..............
conditions:
1. the entire class needs to be involved in some way (backstage, editing, performing etc..)
2. You can appeal to the emotions (similar to the example shown) or educate in some way - your choice
3. no shorter or longer than 2-4 mins
Explore the strengths again and remind yourself about your top three....... go back to your survey results if needed
signature strengths
we will focus on a section each week and discuss where we may have used our strength each week
When have you used your strength this week?
During class discussion Boys can discuss where they use their strengths at school and at home.
Let's look at Temperance
self-control
prudence
humility
what do these mean ..... get a boy to search for their meanings on their laptop / phone
Signature strengths and discussion in class looking for examples from the week
Signature strengths and discussion in class looking for examples from the week
Transcendence
Appreciation of Beauty
gratitude
hope
spirituality
forgiveness
humour
zest
what do these mean ..... get a boy to search for their meanings on their laptop / phone
what do these mean ..... get a boy to search for their meanings on their laptop / phone
Humanity and Love
Kindness
Loving
2 signature strength categories
examples in class
Wisdom and Knowledge
curiosity
Love of learning
judgement
ingenuity
social intelligence
perspective
Wisdom and Knowledge
curiosity
Love of learning
judgement
ingenuity
social intelligence
perspective
Wisdom and Knowledge
curiosity
Love of learning
judgement
ingenuity
social intelligence
perspective
signature strengths explore and examples in class discussion
Teachers lead class discussion on where boys have used this Habit of mind in classes and school life - boys give examples too
Teachers lead class discussion on where boys have used this Habit of mind in classes and school life - boys give examples too
Habit of Mind
http://www.videobash.com/video_show/beijing-olympics-2008-drummers-opening-ceremony-317713
video
Be Precise and Accurate
Student Activity – Help Request
Resources Needed – A4 Paper
______________________________

Activity
1)Ask students to consider a project/assignment that they are currently working on (this may be a whole class decision)
2)Ask students to think about a person that they know (family member/teacher/friend) that they could ask for help with their project/assignment
3)Ask students to write a half-page letter to this person to ask for their assistance with their project/assignment, particularly in an effort to draft their work
4)Students are encouraged to share their letter and to deliver this to its recipient
5)At the end of this activity, ask the following question:
a.What have you learnt from this activity about how to make your work the most precise and accurate it can be?
Habit of Mind
Be precise and accurate
HOM - be Curious
Be Curious
Student Activity – Riddles
Resources – Riddles and Answers
______________________________
Activity
1)Read the following riddles to students and have them consider the answers
2)At the end of this activity, ask the following questions:
a.What have you learnt from this activity about being curious?

Riddle 1:
A girl who was just learning to drive went down a one-way street in the wrong direction, but didn't break the law. Why?

Riddle 2:
Two students are sitting on opposite sides of the same desk. There is nothing in between them but the desk. Why can't they see each other?

Riddle 3:
How can you throw a ball as hard as you can and have it come back to you, even if it doesn't hit anything, there is nothing attached to it, and no one else catches or throws it?

Riddle 4:
Two sisters who looked identical have the same Mum and Dad and are born on the same day of the same month of the same year. They were approached by their new teacher who asked, “Are you girls twins?” The girls honestly answered, “No”. How is this so?
Answers:
Riddle 1: She was walking.
Riddle 2: The two students have their backs to each other.
Riddle 3: Throw the ball straight up in the air.
Riddle 4: The girls are triplets.
Watch the video and ask the boys to comment on the following assessment plan - If you have time please ask boys fill out in an exercise book.
http://kidshealth.org/teen/your_mind/problems/bullies.html
Habits of Mind: Stick at It
MONDAY
TUESDAY
KIT: Check Record Books
FRIDAY
House Swimming!
Week 8
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
LEADERSHIP
led by
KIT MENTORS
FRIDAY
Deadly Consequences of Cyberbullying

Habits of Wellbeing: Build Positive Relationships
MONDAY
TUESDAY
KIT: Check Record Books
Week 9
WEDNESDAY
FRIDAY
Cyberbullying


What are three things we can do at TSS to reduce cyber-bullying?
Habits of Wellbeing: Cultivate Positivity
MONDAY
TUESDAY
Check Record Books
What can we learn from Alex about building positive relationships?
Week 10
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
Habits of Wellbeing: Cultivate Positivity
MONDAY
TUESDAY
Check Record Books
How can a positive attitude help us to overcome adversity?
THURSDAY
Have you encountered
Cyber bullying ?
Class Discussion
Class debate........
Is it ok to be a different person with a different character on-line compared to real -life?
Are you the same person when you are on-line and when you are at school?
What can you change to reach greater heights of success in Term 2?
Finish strong!
Expectations for final day of Term
Distribute Gratitude Journals
Students complete first three blessings task.
GRATITUDE JOURNAL
GRATITUDE JOURNAL
GRATITUDE JOURNAL
GRATITUDE JOURNAL
GRATITUDE JOURNAL
GRATITUDE JOURNAL
GRATITUDE JOURNAL
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