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PSHE: Friendship

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Transcript of PSHE: Friendship

Friendship
How many kinds of friendship do
you think there are?
Aristotle suggests that
there are 3 kinds of friendship:

1. Friendship of Utility
You are friends because it is mutually
beneficial. (e.g. You do each other favours)

2. Friendship of Pleasure
You are friends because you enjoy each other's
company and/or shared activities.

3. Friendship of Good
Combining both utility and pleasure, a
good friendship also includes loving
the person for who they are.

When he is writing up the list of
invitations, Jake is struggling to decide
between inviting Kevin and Sarah.
Kevin is a really nice person, Jake gets on well with him
and he’s a closer friend than Sarah but Kevin’s quite
awkward and uncomfortable at parties. Although they
aren’t very close, Sarah is the funniest person
Jake knows and he thinks the party will be
much better if Sarah comes.
Jake ends up inviting Sarah
instead of Kevin, and the party goes really well.

After the party, Sarah writes on Jake’s Facebook
wall… “Amazing party last night! Had a great time!!!’
Kevin reads this. He’s upset that Jake would invite
Sarah, who he’s not even that close to, and not him.

What responsibilities do we
have to our friends?
Friendship
Discuss
Why do you think people have friends?

We saw some reasons in the video
(E.g. Having fun, being there for
each other) but can you think
of any others?
Try to list them


Jake is having a house party for his birthday
but, because his house is quite small, he can only
invite his closest friends. He wants to create a Facebook
event to invite those people but he’s worried that the
friends he isn’t inviting will see it too, which might upset
them. What should he do?

Should he tell the people he isn’t inviting about the
party and explain why they aren’t invited?
Scenario
Further Reading
Aristotle's 'Nichomachean Ethics'
How many friends do you have?


Does any of your friendships not fit into the
three kinds that Aristotle describes?


Aristotle suggested that 'it is impossible to be
a great friend to many people' (NE IX:10)
Do you agree or disagree? Why?
Discuss
Discuss
Should he invite Kevin or
Sarah? Why?
Should Sarah have posted that
message? If not, why not?
If a you were Jake's friend, and he
asked you to lie to Kevin about who
went to the party, would you do it?

What about if Jake asked you to lie to his
parents? Would you do it then?
WHEN YOU ARE READY, CLICK
ON THE ARROW TO TAKE
THE FRIENDSHIP QUIZ
QUIZ
GOOD
UNITY
WHICH OF THESE THREE ARE NOT ONE OF
ARISTOTLE'S THREE TYPES OF FRIENDSHIP?
Click forward to continue.
Click forward if you're sure.
Click forward if you're sure.
Click forward if you're sure.
PLEASURE
Wrong! Good is one of
the three types of
friendship according to
Aristotle, along with
Utility and Pleasure.
Click forward for the next question.
Wrong! Pleasure is one
of the three types of
friendship according to
Aristotle, along with
Utility and Good.
Click forward for the next question.
That's right! Although the words look
similar, Aristotle spoke about
Friendships of Utility, not Unity. Utility means the use or usefulness of
something or someone. Unity refers
to how joined or whole something is.
Click forward for the next question.
TRUE
FALSE
A Friendship of Pleasure is one in which you enjoy
each others company and/or shared interest.

TRUE OR FALSE?
Click forward if you're sure.
Click forward if you're sure.
That's right! A Friendship of
Pleasure is one in which you
enjoy each others company
and/or shared interest.
Click forward for the next question.
Wrong! A Friendship of
Pleasure is one in which
you enjoy each others
company and/or shared
interests.
Click forward for the next question.
TRUE
FALSE
A Friendship of Combines both Utility and Pleasure

TRUE OR FALSE?
Click forward if you're sure.
Click forward if you're sure.
Wrong! According to Aristotle,
Good Friendship does combine
both Pleasure and Utility.
Click forward for the next question.
That's right, it is true. According to
Aristotle, Good Friendship
combines both Pleasure and Utility.
Click forward for the next question.
TRUE
FALSE
A Professor at California Institute of Technology
has identified a formula that leads to successful
friend-making.

TRUE OR FALSE?
Click forward if you're sure.
Click forward if you're sure.
It's False but Dr. Sheldon Cooper, a character
on the sitcom The Big Bang Theory, tried it.

DO YOU THINK FRIENDSHIP IS THE SORT
OF THING THAT ONE CAN UNDERSTAND
MATHEMATICALLY? IF NOT, WHY NOT?

Friendship
THE END
Press video to play and use arrows to move on.






Developed as part of the University of Liverpool’s Philosophy and Personal Development methodology, a research project for improving PSHE provision and student wellbeing through the use of philosophical tools








This resource was developed in collaboration with Liverpool College and with the support of Open Discovery Space, by the Department of Philosophy at the University of Liverpool as part of the Lyceum Project (led by Dr Panayiota Vassilopoulou). With special thanks to our Philosophy students who contributed to the research.



Learning Resource for a one-hour, secondary-school PSHE session

FRIENDSHIP

A resource exploring what it means to be a friend and what types of friendship there might be.


Teachers
: please use the following pathway in your classroom. There are several steps with visual, audio and written stimuli, questions for reflection and case studies, designed to improve teaching and learning experiences.

Pupils
: please use this resource for independent learning in pairs or in your family following the above instructions.

Please leave any comments on your experiences using the following resource on the following Feedback page:
http://lyceumproject.com/2013/07/15/comments-on-resources/
Instructions
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