Social Skill Worksheet Skill: Self-concept
What is the theory behind this Social Skill Worksheet Skill: Self Concept?
Self-concept is how one views their own selves. A positive self concept means the individual is confident in their strengths, abilities and good qualities. While a negative self-concept would mean the individual feels insecure, inadequate and unworthy. It is crucial to build a positive self-concept so that the individual can become a well-adjusted member of the society who is able to build healthy relationships and stay resilient in face of difficulties.
How will the worksheet help?
This worksheet will help children view themselves in a positive light. It will prompt them to think of their abilities and strength and picture themselves doing something that they know they are very much capable of. It will help build their confidence in their abilities.
How to use the worksheet?
This worksheet can be used by teachers and school counsellors as part of extensive social skills training in young children. Instruct the individuals to draw a self-portrait doing an activity that shows any of their good quality or ability that they are confident in. Allow them to share their portrait and explain what it portrays with others.
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