This assembly aims to assist children in becoming resilient learners who are more willing to approach tasks, keep trying when tasks become difficult, and learn from their mistakes.
I love giving this assembly because I feel that the key message within it is so vital. More importantly, wherever I have given this assembly (to a wide-range of students from a wide-range of contexts) it has always gone down extremely well, with students being extremely engaged and informing me of their increased resilience in the months that follow!
The slides are visually engaging and well-presented, and the subject matter is tailored to the interests and needs of young people. For example, there are references to Justin Bieber, Beyonce, Andy Murray, JK Rowling and a host of other successful people in the public eye who have needed to overcome difficulties. There is also a hyperlink to a music video which utilises a 'Rude Goldberg Machine' which has been painstakingly set up, through months of set-backs and sticking points, to achieve an extraordinary result.
The slides are fairly self-explanatory, but I've included to pages of notes to assist the speaker. Hope that you find this useful!
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Speaker Guidance for Resilience Assembly.docx
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Assembly, Assembly Guidance
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