In pairs or threes, it is your task to record your 'Good to be me interview' to go on our class journal. 1. Come up with ideas for questions, record these ideas on your whiteboards. 2. and to write down: The interviewee - who is being asked the questions. The interviewer - who is asking the questions. Your 5 favourite questions. Each person will have a for their interview in your pairs/threes to complete. Take turns on who will be the interviewer and who will be the interviewee. 3. Practise your interviews, remember to read questions slowly and clearly. 4. When ready, use to record the interview. 5. If you are happy with your recording, change roles and use to move on to the next interview. 6. Use to upload to
Learning opportunities: feeling good about myself. Intended learning outcomes. I can tell you the things I am good at. I can recognise when I find something difficult and do something about it or cope with how that makes me feel. Remind the children that one of the things that being ‘Good to be me’ means is feeling proud about the things you are good at and being accepting and realistic about the things you find more difficult. Ask the children to work in pairs. They should prepare a ‘Good to be me’ interview – this is a way of talking to each other that encourages the partner to feel good about themselves. You could give some examples of questions for the interview. • What things have you done over the last few weeks that you can be proud of? • What went well about it? • What did you do that helped it to be successful? • Imagine you are doing it again. How does it feel?