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The lesson “Forming Opinions” teaches children the importance of interpersonal relationship skills and communication in order to have positive and effective exchanges with others. Children will learn and understand the difference between a fact and an opinion, specifically when relating to someone else. The children will demonstrate an understanding of the components constituting an informed option and why it is important to distinguish an opinion from a fact. Children practice formulating their own opinions from a set of facts and verbally expressing those to the class. 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 eleventh lesson in the 1st year “Self-Awareness” unit.
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