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The lesson “Whom to Trust and Whom Not to Trust” teaches children more about personal responsibility and interpersonal relationships. The children will discuss and identify at least three characteristics of a trustworthy person, gaining the ability to differentiate between trustworthy and untrustworthy behaviors in at least three different situations. The lesson includes guided instructions for the teacher, including preparation, a script, and suggested activities to facilitate further learning in a fun and interactive manner. This lesson is designed for children between 9-11 years, and is the 20th lesson in the 2nd year Core Curriculum Set and part of the “Social Relationships” unit.
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