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Inspirational People

Overview

In this lesson pupils will learn about what it means to be inspirational. They will develop their understanding of the term through looking at real life examples in the media. Pupils will also gain a breadth of language with which to describe the qualities and skills of an inspirational person. They will use this learning to reflect on the qualities and skills of their peers in an exercise designed to promote self-esteem and highlight how everyone has their part to play in taking social action.
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