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2016 - PDSTthe strands and strand units of the SPHE Curriculum (1999), as well as links in each lesson to specic content objectives. This, it is hoped, will help teachers to plan for SPHE with a clear idea of what Walk Tall addresses in the curriculum. It will also be evident that the Walk Tall Programme has the potential to deliver much of the SPHE
SPHE RESOURCES - 7 - UNDERSTAND FEELINGS All emotions, pleasant and unpleasant are like waves, they come and go. They are not a permanent state. Being able to acknowledge our emotions and talk to someone about them can make it easier to cope with unpleasant emotions. Encourage them to talk to their parents/carers or other trusted adults about their
Junior Cycle GUIDELINES FOR TEACHERS - SPHEThe SPHE curriculum is an enabling curriculum its purpose is to offer a framework around which a school can build an SPHE programme at junior cycle. The introduction to the SPHE curriculum sets out the aims of SPHE and the role of an SPHE programme in the education of adolescents and in the context of a second-level school.
Mental health and emotional wellbeing lesson plans www The lesson materials below are designed for classroom delivery and you will find versions suitable for remote learning on our Coronavirus hub here. We have re-designed and relaunched our mental health and emotional wellbeing lesson plans for key stages 1 to 4 in line with our updated teacher guidance and in time for schools to plan for new statutory PSHE requirements regarding Health Education
Suggestions for use:This resource is mapped to the Junior Cycle SPHE curriculum and is intended for use with 2nd and 3rd year students, as part of the RSE programme.However, this curriculum mapping shouldnt be limiting. It is expected that the resource could be adapted for use with Senior Cycle students and particularly with Transition Year students.
SPHE Lesson Plan on Emotions/ Feelings with Resources Highly detailed 3-page SPHE lesson plan on feelings that can be used in infant and junior class (depending on level of vocabulary used). Uses the fairytale Cinderella, circle time and drama for exploring feelings and links to various aspects of the wider curriculum includes resources (word and picture cards) that can be used in the lesson.
SPHE Online Resource Portal PDSTSPHE and Wellbeing SPHE provides students with a unique opportunity to develop the skills and competence to learn about themselves and to care for themselves and others and to make informed decisions about their health, personal lives and social development.
SPHE Plan Fourth Class Strand 1 Myself Unit 1 Self Identity a) Self Awareness v Recognise, describe and discuss individual personality traits, qualities, v Identify strong feelings and learn how to e and cope with these feelings in a socially appropriate manner
SPHE:Feelings (Infants) Mash.iename a variety of feelings and talk about situations where these may be experienced feelings happiness, love, joy, excitement, surprise, fear, loss, jealousy, pain, loneliness experiences when its my birthday, when I try something new, the day I started school
Stay SafeFeeling Safe/Unsafe. Bullying. Touches. Secrets and Telling. Strangers. Feeling safe and unsafe. In this section children learn . . . To recognise and describe when they feel safe/unsafe (safe and unsafe feelings are sometimes referred to as 'yes' and 'no' feelings) To
SPHE enables the child to build a sense of self-efficacy which in turn can increase his/her sense of personal control, promote self-awareness and enable self-directed learning. An SPHE programme particularly contributes to the development of personal attributes and skills, such as learning how to manage feelings, how to resolve conflicts and how to cope