Self-awareness

How well do you know yourself? Recognising your own strengths, weaknesses and personality traits is an important part of understanding what makes you happy and preparing yourself for the choices you will make in the future.

From characteristics to phobias, get to know yourself a bit better with this selection of lesson plans and free resources!

Beyond: Learn to be more confident

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What makes us feel self-confident? Encourage teenage students to mingle and discuss their ideas on boosting self-confidence with this life skills video and activity for Beyond.

 

 

Beyond: Learn to be more self-confident

Open Mind: Becoming more self-aware

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Understanding how others see us and why we react differently in certain situations helps us to become more self-aware and more effective in communication. In this sample lesson and accompanying teacher’s notes taken from Unit 6 of the intermediate level of Open Mind, students work together to discuss and evaluate their own characteristics.

In Company 3.0: How time aware are you?

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How do we spend our time? In what ways have living standards changed over time? Taken from the elementary level of In Company 3.0, this sample lesson and accompanying teacher’s notes examines how people live in the UK, getting students to reflect on social trends in their own country.

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How well do you know yourself? Recognising your own strengths, weaknesses and personality traits is an important part of understanding what makes you happy and preparing yourself for the choices you will make in the future. From characteristics to phobias, get to know yourself a bit better with our latest selection of lesson plans and free resources!

Adrian Hon’s Interview:

Founder of Six to Start, the award-winning games developer behind Zombies, Run!, Adrian Hon creates original smartphone games which combine the digital and physical world. In this video interview, Adrian discusses why learning new skills is so important when thinking about future career opportunities.


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