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  1. 1. LIFE SKILLS FOR PRIMARY CLASSES
  2. 2. DEVELOPING LIFE SKILLS IN PRIMARY LEARNERS
  3. 3. WHAT ARE LIFE SKILLS... • Life skills are a set of basic skills acquired through learning and/or direct life experience that enable individuals and groups to effectively handle issues and problems commonly encountered in daily life
  4. 4. Life skill based education(LSBE) • Life skill based education is a form of education that focuses on cultivating personal life skills such as self-reflection ,critical thinking ,problem solving and interpersonal skill. • Its aim to help children reach their full personal and prepare them for the challenges of everyday life.
  5. 5. Why Teach Life Skills? • Life skills are essential for:  The promotion of healthy child development  Primary prevention of some key causes of child death, disease and disability  Socialization  Preparing children for changing social circumstances • Life skills education contributes to:  basic education  gender equality  democracy  good citizenship  child care and protection  quality and efficiency of the education system  promotion of lifelong learning  quality of life  the promotion of peace
  6. 6. Why At Pre & Primary Level... • Skills begin at home but are reinforced in school • Real world examples bring strategies to life • If we don’t let them make decisions as children, they won't know how to make good decisions when they get older • By training children in their younger years, it prepares them for better choices • Discussing things can become a habit
  7. 7. Why Do We Need To Teach Life Skills... Democracies depend upon citizens who are: • Aware of their rights and responsibilities as citizens • Informed about social and political issues concerned about the welfare of others • Able to clearly articulate their opinions and arguments • Responsible in how they act as citizens
  8. 8. 7 ‘Must’ life Skills At Primary ... • 1) Time Management • 2) Hygiene • 3) Food Wastage • 4) Decision Making • 5) Saving Money • 6) Cleaning • 7) Getting Ready
  9. 9. Life Skills Action Chart... • FOR THE BODY • Forming Healthy Habits Gaining Control of Your Diet Getting Up in the Morning • FOR THE FEELINGS • Working with Others Practicing Peace Nurturing Even-Mindedness Making Friends Expanding Sensitivity Choosing Happiness • FOR THE WILL • Building Will Power Cultivating Courage Living Truth • FOR THE INTELLECT • Developing Concentration Exploring Flexibility Sharpening the Mind
  10. 10. What Are the Most Important Life Skills for Children to Learn? • Self Awareness and Self Management • Coping with Emotions • Focus and Self Control. • Perspective-Taking/Empathy. • Effective Communication. • Making Connections. • Critical Thinking. • Taking on Challenges. • Self-Directed, Engaged Learning. • Learning how to learn
  11. 11. Benefits Of Life Skills Education... • Health Benefits • The combination of Psychosocial factors contributes to healthy behaviour • The LSE addresses the needs of all children • Personal and social skills empower the individual to promote his/her own health as well as the health of others
  12. 12. Benefits Of Life Skills Education... • Social Benefits • Life skills education can promote more pro-social behaviour and so results in less delinquency among adolescents.
  13. 13. Benefits Of Life Skills Education... • Educational Benefits LSE is learner-centred, interactive teaching It binds teachers and pupils Increases young people’s enjoyment of learning Enhances teacher’s job satisfaction Decreases rates of drop out and absenteeism from school
  14. 14. Benefits Of Life Skills Education... • Self esteem • Self Awareness • Assertiveness • Coping with Emotion • Coping with Stress
  15. 15. To reap more than you sow • Sow a thought, you reap an action... • Sow an action, you reap a habit... • Sow a habit, you reap a character... • Sow a character, you reap a destiny...
  16. 16. Thank You

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