FRIENDSHIP FAST FOUR
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FRIENDSHIP FAST FOUR

$7.00

FRIENDSHIP FAST FOUR

The Friendship Fast Four has been developed to provide students with an opportunity to explore and or reflect on ideas about the how, why and what of learning and being a friend.

Fast Four’ is quick thinking task that enables students to generate ideas and discuss them with others. The task can be used as a warm up before a lesson or a refection after learning experiences connected to settling back into school or establishing and developing learning communities.

Resources designed to be empowering of students and teachers while respecting and valuing student choice, voice and agency in the learning process.

Other connected resources include

See our reading room for ‘Back to School’ story book ideas

Description

FRIENDSHIP FAST FOUR

The Friendship Fast Four has been developed to provide students with an opportunity to explore and or reflect on ideas about the how, why and what of learning and being a friend.

Fast Four’ is quick thinking task that enables students to generate ideas and discuss them with others. The task can be used as a warm up before a lesson or a refection after learning experiences connected to settling back into school or establishing and developing learning communities.

Resources designed to be empowering of students and teachers while respecting and valuing student choice, voice and agency in the learning process.

Other connected resources include

See our reading room for ‘Back to School’ story book ideas

Included in this resource

  • Brief overview of how to use ‘Fast Four’ in a class inquiry
  • Ideas for how to use the Fast Four activity
  • I ASK U curriculum links and conceptual understandings
  • 44 fast four cards
  • Four blank cards

Attitudes that can be developed through the use of this resource include

  • Sharing feelings and thoughts about the choices, actions and perspectives connected to being a friend
  • Exploring attitudes or ideas that underpin their own beliefs about friendships
  • Working in supportive environments and learning communities which encourage risk taking in learning and reflection
  • The valuing of all languages (modes and forms) used in the communication process