How to be a Good Friend, to Have Good Friends.
Grade level(s) seminar designed for:
Grades 2nd, 3rd, and 4th
and/or 5th, and 6th
and/or 7th, and 8th
Description of Seminar:
Learning how to be a good friend, how to choose good friends,
and how to keep good friends are life long tasks.
This Seminar will help you understand your friends, yourself,
and friendship relationships as you find out how to make a friend,
be a friend, and keep a friend.
Dr. Viera I. Pablant, a clinical psychologist and educator,
was raised in a Ukrainian community in Argentina. Her multicultural
background, as well as her education and experience, will help you
discover the basic elements of friendship and the cultural forces that
influence you and your friends. Came prepare to participate
and maybe, make a new friend!
Description of activities,
how students will be engaged,
and expected student outcomes
The seminar's format enables students through a workbook,
questions and answers, and the presentation, including music, poems,
exploration of literature, and participation, discover the desirable
and undesirable attributes of friendship in their friends and in themselves.
The Students will be able to identify the primary attributes of intimate, close,
and friendly relations, and became aware of the nurturing activities and
attitudes that keep friendship alive and viable.
Number of seminar sessions and time:
Three to Six hours
In One to Three sessions.
Number of students seminar can accommodate:
Minimum 10, maximum 15
Estimated cost of materials:
$15 per student
Workbooks are available for purchase separatly for: $15