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Lesson Two

Title

THINGS THAT MAKE ME STRONG

Subject

Resilience

Author

Donna Backues

Grade level
Time duration

7-11
2 hours

Overview

Through collaborative singing, drawing, collage & inquiry, students will


recognize what makes them strong and what can make them weak.

Objective

Children will learn what makes them strong in body, mind & soul.

Materials

Activities and procedures

Name tags/Bouncy Ball/2 Large white papers from roll/Oil Pastels/images of


healthy food and non-healthy food, of happy families, cleanliness, exercising,
etc. (for reference only not collage)/a ream of white paper
/pinwheels/Printouts of healthy and non-healthy lungs/Percussion
Instruments/Printout of Motto/Paper with rules/embellishments/glue
GREETING & INTRODUCTION
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Greet children with a handshake as they enter


Direct them to find their name tag and let new children create one
with markers only & emoji stickers
Circle up and introduce yourself again for new children and bounce
a small ball to another student to catch and say their name. Then that
child bounces to someone else and so on.
Song:
Ging geng gooli gooli gooli gooli waca,
Ging geng goo, ging geng goo.
Ging geng gooli gooli gooli gooli waca,
Ging geng goo, ging geng goo.
He-la, he-la she-la, he-la she-la, she-la, o-o-o,

He-la, he-la she-la, he-la she-la, she-la, o


Syali wali, syali wali, syali wali, syali wali,
umpah, umpah, umpah, umpah.
(if the students want to repeat the song, they can add percussion
instruments)
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Say Motto and have children repeat it back


Rules review

DRAWING SESSION WHAT MAKES ME STRONG?


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Make sure paper with strong & weak images from yesterday is on
display.
Instruct 2 children volunteers (who can fit on the paper) lay down
on large pieces of paper each. The remaining children will use
pastels to outline each body.
Have the 2 children get up. Place a cut-out pink outline of lungs on
the strong body and a cut-out grey outline of lungs on the Weak
body.
Divide the group into 2.
Tell the group that the bodies can be filled with drawings and writing
but the lungs must be left empty for later.
Ask group 1 to use oil pastels to draw pictures or write inside the
body outline of whatever they think makes them strong they may
choose from the list on the paper. Demonstrate by drawing rather roughly
(so they arent intimidated) and encourage them to draw larger.
Ask group 2 to draw or write inside the remaining body outline
whatever they think might make them weak. they may choose from the
list on the paper.
The students are allowed to use relevant words to decorate as well.
After the bodies are about half-way filled, tell the groups to stop and
switch with each other and continue until the body outlines are full

BREATHING EXERCISE
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Come together in a circle


Hand out a pinwheel to each child
Instruct the children to breathe in deeply and hold it for 2 seconds
(signal this by holding a finger up for each second) then have them
breathe out slowly and completely making the pinwheel spin as long
as they can.
Repeat this 2 more times

INQUIRY 1
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How did that feel?


What would happen if we had strong lungs?
What would it be like if we had weak lungs?
Why would it be like that with strong lungs? Weak lungs?
What do we need strong lungs for?

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What might make our lungs weak?

FILLING THE LUNGS


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Show the children a picture of the good lungs


Show the children a picture of the bad lungs
Divide the groups into the same 2 groups as before
Show the group the embellishments that can be used to glue onto the
lungs (one pile is full of bright colors, the other is full of dark and
dreary colors)
Remind the children to use enough glue demonstrate first
Tell group 1 to make the strong lungs look bright and cheerful
Tell group 2 to make the weak lungs look sad and dull
Hang the papers side by side if possible, if not just leave on the
ground and take a photo with the children surrounding it.

INQUIRY 2
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Closing Ritual

Ask the children to describe what they see


Ask them which lungs would be able to move the pinwheel the
longest

REPEAT MOTTO
SING CLOSING SONG (Day O adaptation)
De-O, de-e-e-O
Sudah waktu ayo kita pulang
De, wi se de-e-e-O
Sudah waktu ayo kita pulang
De, wi se de, wi se de, wi se
Sudah waktu ayo kita pulang
Sudah waktu ayo kita pulang
Sudah waktu ayo kita pulang