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Circle 5 Circle 1 Circle 2 Cir cle 3 Ci le rc 4 Year 7 Lesson 1 - Activity 1 • Using the My Favourite Things handout, list write up to 12 of your favourite things to do in circle 1. The activities do not need to be related to school and you do not have to list 12 activities. • In circle 2, write down how long it hast been since you last did that activity • In circle 3, write down if that activities costs money or is free • In circle 4, write down if the activities is usually planned or is spontaneous • In circle 5, write down if you usually complete the activities alone or with others
Fill in your favourite things.
Activity 2 Pick one of your favourite things and answer the following questions Do you mostly like to do activities alone or with others? Why do you think that is? Do you usually do planned activities or are they spontaneous? Why do you think that is? Was there anything that didn't surprise you about yourself? What is one new thing you have learned about yourself?
Activity 3 Your friend wants to learn how to do your favourite thing really well. Pick one of your favourite things and answer the questions below. What does your friend have to know to be good at your favourite thing? For example, do they need to know how to do maths, how to read, how to use computers. Fill in your answers in the shapes below. What does your friend have to learn do to be good at your favourite thing? For example, does you friend need to jump, run or balance. Fill in your answers in the shapes below. What sort of personal characteristics does your friend need to have to be good at your favourite thing? For example, does your friend need to be brave, funny or persistent. Fill in your answers in the shapes below.
Activity 3 Watch the video (https: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=om 3 INBWfox. Y) and answer the following questions below. What are values? Make a list of things that you love. What are your values?