How Others See Me - Grade 3 Supplementary Activity
About This Lesson
In this lesson, students will explore qualities they admire in others and themselves to help develop their positive self-concept. With a focus on positive behaviors and attitudes, students will build their understanding of how they can control the way others see them.
By the end of this activity, students will:
- Build a positive self-concept by exploring the qualities that they like about themselves;
- Link behaviors, attitudes, and language with others’ perception of them;
- Identify positive qualities they want to demonstrate to others.
Xello Entry Point
This activity can be used in conjunction with students’ work in the About Me section, where they inventory all the interests and strengths that help make up their identity.
How can I make others see me the way I want to be seen?
In this warm-up activity, students list positive qualities about a classmate, and in return, receive a positive shout-out from their partner.
Students explore how they see themselves and how others may see them in this creative drawing activity.
In this activity, students create an autobiographical article, highlighting all of the good qualities and actions that they want others to know about.
Students rate how comfortable they feel with their understanding of how their behavior, actions, and attitude impact the way others see them.