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FOCUS of Learning: Creation of sociograms that identify the significant relationships that they have in their lives. Identifying that qualities that we value in our relationships, and that as individuals we value different things. Learning about ‘foundation qualities’ that are most important, and that solid relationships are built upon these - practical ways these are demonstrated e.g. common interests = playing in the same team. Learning about the concept of ‘intimacy’ (being close emotionally, physically, socially, or spiritually) and that we have different degrees of intimacy with different people in our lives. Learning how to navigate friendship/ relationships issues and how to look after ourselves through this.
draw a circle in the centre of a sheet of paper to represent themselves draw other circles to represent significant people in your lives. place the circles for the people you feel closest to close to the circle representing yourself and the others further away in relation to the depth or closeness of each relationship.
we’re all different and so are our whānau and friends. Some of us have one parent, some have two, and others have several. We might have one or two very close friends or lots of friends. There’s nothing right or wrong about how we see these relationships. Underneath each name in the circles, describe the kind of relationship you have with that person. For example, mother, girlfriend, teacher
different people can have different ideas about the qualities they value in relationships. ‘qualities’ are the special ingredients that make a relationship worthwhile and valuable to the people involved. For example, “My best friend appreciates my loyalty. I admire his kindness and sense of humour.” On your sociogram, On one side of each line, have them write a quality you appreciate or value in the other person. On the other side, write a quality you think the other person admires in them.
What qualities do you value the most in a relationship?
Write and draw: What qualities do you value in a friend?
Write and draw: What qualities do you value in a parent?
Write and draw: What qualities do you value in a coach / teacher?
Write and draw: What qualities do you value in a pet?
Write and draw: What qualities do you value in a doctor?
What do you think is the most common quality across all of these relationship?
How important is it that we share similar qualities with our friends?
- Not important
- Somewhat important
- Very important
Why did you choose that option
Why is it important to think about what we want in a relationship?
Draw and write your response: What are some of the positive ways to end a friendship or relationship?