Personality Differences Lesson and Activities for In Person or Virtual Learning
Personality Differences Lesson and Activities for In Person or Virtual Learning
Personality Differences Lesson and Activities for In Person or Virtual Learning
Personality Differences Lesson and Activities for In Person or Virtual Learning
Personality Differences Lesson and Activities for In Person or Virtual Learning
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Personality Differences Lesson and Activities for In Person or Virtual Learning

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3rd - 8th

Subjects:
School Counseling, Classroom Community
Resource Type
Lesson Plans (Individual)
42 page PDF Format

 

This is a set of five lessons that help students identify their personality type, value personality differences, and develop respect for personal preferences. Students will use this lesson in conjunction with taking the personality quiz at knowandlove.com. This lesson will give students practice talking about the differences and preferences of fellow classmates appropriately and respectfully. 

1. IDENTITY LESSON: Understand and explore your own personality.

2. DIFFERENCES LESSON: We all have different preferences, likes, and dislikes and we can talk about differences in a respectful way. By modeling conversations and asking questions in a curious, respectful way, we can learn about others. 

4. IDENTIFYING DIFFERENCES LESSON: Understanding different examples of why diverse personalities are needed. 

5. TAKING ACTION LESSON: What to say when you hear someone make a hurtful comment. 

This lesson includes:

•Suggested scripting

•Independent reflection activities: printable worksheets 

•Example parent letter to send home after the lesson explaining the purpose and content of the lesson

•Follow-up discussion questions

•Each personality animal's results 

⚡You may wish to expand each lesson into two lessons, depending on how much time you have, especially if guiding the class through the quiz. 

Aligned to the American School Counseling Association’s Mindsets & Behaviors, and the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning’s (CASEL) Core Competencies.