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6-12岁*活动 | 失信的承诺 BROKEN PROMISES



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介绍

这个活动向孩子们展示了失信承诺的视觉效果。


主题

责任,诚实,承诺,名声,信靠


材料

一盒意大利面条

时间

约10分钟


课前准备

从一副标准纸牌中移除两种花色,将剩余的牌按花色分开。洗混每个花色并将每组牌面朝下放在房间前面的桌子上。用粘贴胶带在房间后面贴出两条长线,每个队伍一条线。


说明

1.做:

给每个孩子一根完整的意大利面条。让学生将面条弯断成尽可能多的碎段。让每个学生把自己的碎段放在一起保存好。


2.说:

(向班级展示你的完整的意大利面条。)你们的意大利面条都自己断了,但我的没有。我的还是完好无损的。有人可以把你们的碎面条重新拼在一起吗?不能使用胶水、线、胶带、口香糖等任何工具。试试看。(给学生一分钟的时间。)


有人成功地把意大利面条重新拼在一起吗?为什么没有?(允许讨论。)


一旦面条断了,你无法让它变得完整。同样的道理也适用于失信的承诺。一旦违背了对朋友或家人作出的承诺,你后悔也没用。一旦承诺被破坏,伤害已经造成;你已经伤害了对方,降低了他/她对你的信任程度。如果你一直违背自己的承诺,最终你将被视为一个不值得信任的人,因为你无法信守承诺。


你愿意作一个信守承诺的人,还是一个违背承诺的人?



*** 英文版 ********


BROKEN PROMISES

This activity shows the children a visual effect of broken promises. by Kristy Thornton

TOPICS: Accountability, Honesty, Promises, Reputation, Trust

MATERIALS: Box of spaghetti noodles

DURATION: Approximately 10 minutes


WHAT YOU WILL DO: Give each child an unbroken spaghetti noodle. Have students break their noodles into as many pieces as they can. Have each student keep his or her pieces together.

WHAT YOU WILL SAY: (Show the class your unbroken spaghetti noodle.) Your spaghetti noodles are all broken, but mine is not. Mine is still prefect. Can any of you put your broken noodles back together, without using anything like glue, string, tape, gum, etc.? Go ahead and try." (Give the class a minute to try.) Were any of you able to put your spaghetti noodles back together? Why not? (Allow for discussion.) Once your noodle is broken, you cannot change your mind and make the noodle unbroken. The same thing applies to broken promises. Once you break a promise to a friend or a family member you cannot change your mind and decide to keep the promise. Once the promise is broken, the damage is done; you have already hurt the person and diminished the level of trust he or she has for you. If you keep breaking your promises, you will eventually be known as someone who cannot be trusted because you do not keep your promises. Would you rather be known as someone who keeps his or her promises or one who breaks them?

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