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Would you rather have a friend who can read your mind or a friend who can talk to animals?

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1. Poll
60 seconds
Would you rather have a friend who can read your mind or a friend who can talk to animals?
  • Have a friend who can read your mind
  • Have a friend who can talk to animals
2. Poll
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Would you rather have a friend who can read minds or a friend who can teleport?
  • Have a friend who can read minds
  • Have a friend who can teleport
3. Poll
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Would you rather have a friend who can read your mind or a friend who can make all your dreams come true?
  • Have a friend who can read your mind
  • Have a friend who can make all your dreams come true
4. Word cloud
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In a few words, what qualities do you look for in a friend?
5. Poll
60 seconds
Would you rather have a friend who can read your mind or a friend who can talk to animals?
  • Have a friend who can read your mind
  • Have a friend who can talk to animals
6. Slide
60 seconds
Choosing Friends in 11th Grade
Look for friends who share similar interests and values. Choose friends who support and encourage you. Stay away from negative people who bring you down.
7. Slide
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choosing friends
Friendship: a relationship between two people that is based on mutual affection, trust, shared activities, and shared interests.
Choosing Friends: the process of deciding who to spend time with and who to form meaningful relationships with.
Evaluation: the process of assessing the qualities or characteristics of someone or something to determine whether they are suitable for a certain purpose.
8. Slide
60 seconds
Did you know?
Studies have shown that having a large and diverse group of friends can help reduce stress and anxiety levels. Friends can help you stay motivated and help you to stay on track with goals and aspirations. Friendships are essential for developing positive self-esteem and greater self-awareness.
9. Open question
300 seconds
What qualities do you look for in a friend?
10. Open question
300 seconds
What qualities do you think make for a lasting friendship?
11. Open question
300 seconds
How does the type of friend you choose affect your life?
12. Open question
300 seconds
What are the benefits and drawbacks of choosing friends based on similarities?
13. Drawings
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Brain break: Draw a monkey juggling bananas while standing on one leg
14. Drawings
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Clues
In pairs: Select one task
Question: You are a high school student who is trying to decide who to be friends with. How do you make sure you make the right choice?
Think about the values that are important to you and how they align with your potential friend. Think about the things the person says and does; do they match up? Think about how the person makes you feel; do you feel good around them?
A: In pairs, discuss the different elements you need to consider when choosing a friend. B: Make a drawing to illustrate your solution to the problem of choosing a friend.
15. Poll
60 seconds
When choosing friends, what is an important factor to consider?
  • Trustworthiness
  • Favorite Color
  • Height
16. Poll
60 seconds
What does it mean to be a good listener in a friendship?
  • Ignore their problems
  • Pay attention and show interest in what your friend says
  • Talk about yourself without letting them speak
17. Poll
60 seconds
Why is it important to choose friends who have similar values and interests?
  • To build a strong connection and bond
  • To have someone to copy from during exams
  • To have more followers on social media
18. Poll
60 seconds
What should you do if a friend consistently treats you poorly?
  • Consider ending the friendship and find healthier relationships
  • Tolerate their behavior because they are popular
  • Try to change yourself to fit their expectations
19. Poll
60 seconds
True or false: It's okay for a friend to constantly pressure you into doing things you don't want to do.
  • False
  • True
20. Open question
180 seconds
Work together in pairs: How can the process of choosing friends impact your personal growth and development in your 11th grade year and beyond?

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