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In one word, how would you describe the importance of family?

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1. Word cloud
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In one word, how would you describe the importance of family?
2. Slide
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Family is a source of love and support. Family helps us to learn about our identity and culture. Family helps us to learn important life skills.
Why Family Matters
3. Open question
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How does your family support one another?
4. Slide
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Family Bonding: The emotional connection between family members, which is created by time spent together and shared experiences. Family Stability: The ability of parents to provide a safe and secure environment for their children. Family Values: The attitudes and beliefs that are passed down from one generation to the next, such as respect, responsibility, honesty, and many others.
5. Drawings
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Brain break: Draw a symbol that would represent you idea of FAMILY.
6. Open question
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What are the benefits of having a close-knit family?
7. Poll
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What is your definition of family?
  • Love, care and life lessons.
  • Company, values and support.
  • Acceptance, tenderness and happiness.
8. Open question
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What values have you learned from your family that you would like to share with your classmates?
9. Poll
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Why are families important?
  • They allow you to become who you want.
  • They provide emotional support and a sense of belonging
  • They help you when you need them the most.
10. Open question
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How has your family helped you become the person you are today?
11. Poll
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What are some benefits of having a strong family unit?
  • Improved mental health
  • Greater happiness
  • Physical health
12. Open question
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Work together in pairs: What is one way that you can demonstrate the importance of family in your life?
13. Poll
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What are some ways to strengthen family bonds?
  • Focusing on one another and helping each other.
  • Eating meals together, communicating openly, and participating in activities as a family unit
  • Respecting who each member is and sharing things you have in common.

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