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Lesson 6. How tolerant are you?
Purpose: to explore the question of what qualities a person lacks in order to be considered tolerant.
At first, the group members try to remember each other better. Everyone receives from the host a sheet of paper with the name of a member of the group of the opposite sex, into which the first will have to turn. On behalf of this person, you will need to answer the questions that the presenter will ask. It is not necessary to answer substantive questions; one can react to them with verbal commentary.
In the process of doing the exercise, it becomes obvious that a person can attribute his own qualities to other people. During work or during further discussion, all participants begin to understand that they described various aspects of their own personality, and not another participant in which they should have become.
A person often wonders: “Do others share my point of view?” To answer this question, the facilitator offers each participant to write their name, then divide the sheet of paper into three columns vertically. In the first column it is necessary to answer the question “What kind of person do I see myself?” For this, ten epithet words should be written. In the second column write how a friend of the opposite sex would answer the same question.
In the third column, someone from the group answers the same question, that is, everyone gives the signed sheets of paper to the facilitator, who mixes them and distributes them to each member of the group, who fills out the third column. After completing the work, the sheets return to the owners. When discussing the results, you can pay attention to the following aspects:
? whether any quality is repeated in all three columns;
? attitude to oneself (the ratio of positive and negative epithets);
? Does the self-concept of man coincide with the ideas about him of others.
Participants discuss the issue of responsibility for presenting themselves to other people.
Setting tolerance affects external forms of behavior, preventing aggressive interaction with others, which changes the nature of conflict situations in various areas of life, forms a positive attitude towards life, prevents stress and neutralizes their impact.
Interpersonal tolerance is the appropriate orientation of a person to behavior in the family, team, in business and managerial communication. Interpersonal tolerance is the basis of any form of tolerance in society, it is most susceptible to targeted formation in education and social education.
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Lesson 6. How tolerant are you?
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