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  1. 1. What are Life Skills? WHO Definition – “Abilities for adaptive and positive behaviour that enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life.“ Life skills enables people to translate knowledge (What one knows) and attitudes/values (What one believes and feels) into action (What to do and how to do it). Life skills can be defined as one’s abilities for positive behavior that help us in making informed choices in life.
  2. 2. Core Life Skills 1.Self Awareness 3. Interpersonal Relationship Skills 5. Critical Thinking 7. Problem Solving 9. Coping With Stress 2. Empathy 4. Effective Communication 6. Creative Thinking 8. Decision Making 10. Coping With Emotion
  3. 3. Can be clubbed into 3 boxes…. LIFE SKILLS THINKING SKILLS SOCIAL SKILLS EMOTIONAL SKILLS COPING WITH STRESS COPING WITH EMOTIONS CRITICAL THINKING CREATIVE THINKING PROBLEM SOLVING DECISION MAKING SELF AWARENESS EMPATHY EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS
  4. 4. ASK • Life skills looks at bringing a change in ASK – Attitude – Skills – Knowledge • Changes in knowledge can probably be seen immediately • However any change in skills and attitude can be noticed over a period of time • Life skills intervention have to looked up over a long duration since the changes in attitude are ongoing and results can be seen only over a long time as you consciously internalize some of the things in your day today life
  5. 5. LEARNING STRATEGIES
  6. 6. Learning Strategies Problem Based Learning: • requires use of ‘real-life’ scenarios • helps learners acquire practical skills, engage in critical reasoning, make decisions, solve problems, make calculations and speculate on past/present/future events • required to cross the traditional way of thinking in their quest to solve the problem.
  7. 7. Learning Strategies Collaborative Learning • develops and enhances critical-thinking skills • fosters active exchange of ideas within pairs and small groups • helps increase interest among the participants
  8. 8. Process Life Skills Process 1.Learn 2.Reflect 3.Internalize 4.Deliver
  9. 9. Points to Reinforce • Minimum 26 classes are required to complete the DLST module – 3 topics to be left out • For all topics two 90 mins classes to be undertaken at the minimum • Students to complete the relevant parts of the workbook at the end of each class • Facilitators to complete the journal book with every topic
  10. 10. Life Skills Topics Understanding & Developing Personal Competencies 1. Identity and Background 2. Goals & Expectations 3. SWOT 4. Attitude 5. Self-esteem Social & Interpersonal skills 1. Gender 2. Values & Perceptions 3. Balancing Relationships 4. Decision Making 5. HIV/AIDS Awareness Managing Situations 1. Communication Skills 2. Conflict Resolution 3. Time Management 4. Money Management 5. Handling Responsibilities Getting Ready for Work 1. Workplace Expectations/skills 2. Resume preparation 3. Interview preparation
  11. 11. Components of DLST • A self learning software tool to understand content and how to deliver • A collection of activities and stories that can be used to construct your own lesson USB Stick/ CD • A reference guide book for lesson planning Facilitator Guide Book • A collection of learning activities and group work modules for students Student Work book

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