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Me, myself and I “Friendship”. Learning intention: ‘To identify what makes someone a friend, and how to be a good friend’. . Everyone seemed to have friends. Everyone except Willy. No one let him join in any games; they all said he was useless. -.

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Me myself and i friendship

Me, myself and I“Friendship”

Learning intention: ‘To identify what makes someone a friend, and how to be a good friend’


Me myself and i friendship
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Me myself and i friendship
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One day Willy was walking in the park…minding his own business…and Hugh jape was running.


Me myself and i friendship

“Oh, I’m sorry,” said Hugh. useless.

Willy was amazed, “But I’m sorry,” he said.

“I wasn’t watching where I was going.”

“No, it was my fault,” said Hugh. “I wasn’t

Looking where I was going. I’m sorry.”

Hugh helped Willy to his feet.


Me myself and i friendship

They sat down on a bench and watched the joggers. “Looks like they’re really enjoying themselves,” said Hugh.

Willy laughed.



Me myself and i friendship

Hugh stood up. “Can I be of any help?” he asked. wimp,” he sneered.

Buster left. Very quickly.




Me myself and i friendship
. wimp,” he sneered.


Copy out the following into your books and complete
Copy out the following into your books and complete wimp,” he sneered.

  • A friend is....

  • We like to have friends because....

  • A best friend is.... A close friend is.... A social friend is....

  • Skills that are needed to be a good friend are....

  • For my friend I would...

  • I need a friend most when....

  • I would tell my friend if he / she....

  • The things I have appreciated most in the friendships I have had is.....


6 top characteristics of a good friend
6 top characteristics of a good friend wimp,” he sneered.

  • Doesn’t tell others what I have told them in private

  • Is loyal

  • Shows warmth and affection towards me

  • Is supportive and caring when I need it

  • Is honest and says what they think

  • Has a sense of humour


Musical stop and share
Musical stop and share wimp,” he sneered.

  • Everyone stands in two circles - the people on the inside need to face out, the people on the inside face in.

  • When the music goes, the circles walk in opposite directions.

  • When the music stops – discuss the question on the powerpoint with your partner!


Musical stop and share1
Musical stop and share wimp,” he sneered.

  • How do people make up with a friend after a fight?

  • Why do friendships sometimes break-up?

  • Can a person still be your friend if they move a long way away from you?

  • How many friends can a person have?

  • Should you tell a friend something they need to be told which may hurt them?

  • How do you say ‘no’ to a friend?


Make up and complete a fact sheet about a friend and check for accuracy
Make up and complete a fact sheet about a friend and check for accuracy

  • For example:

    • Liked / hated foods / music / sports / TV shows

    • Names and ages of brothers / sisters / pets

    • Birthday / last holiday / career aspirations / best and worst skills


What would you say and do in the following situations
What would you say and do in the following situations? for accuracy

  • Your friend is unusually quiet but insists there is nothing wrong.

  • Your friend’s dog is killed by a truck.

  • Your friend’s parents split up.

  • Your friend’s father loses his job.

  • Your friend gets into trouble at school and is not allowed to go to anyone’s place for a while.

  • You notice that your friend has a mark on their t-shirt that might embarrass them.

  • Your friend begins to give another student a hard time and call them nasty names, even though they have done nothing wrong.

  • You heard your friend telling a small lie.