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Lesson 5. Tolerance of others through self-reliance.
Purpose: to show how attitude to oneself is connected with tolerance towards others.
The ability to easily get in touch, maintain a conversation and also to part with your interlocutor at ease shows a high level of tolerance. The host invites participants to hold a series of meetings with each other, paired up. To do this, you need to start a conversation, say something nice to your interlocutor and also on a pleasant note to part with him. Time to establish contact, mutual greetings, conducting the conversation itself, completing the conversation and parting takes 10 minutes. Examples of situations:
? in front of you is a person whom you do not know at all, see him for the first time, but you need to know how to get to the right place in the city where you are for the first time;
? they called you on the street, looking back, you saw a stranger who also realized that he was mistaken; you start a conversation;
? in front of you is a person who is upset with something and cannot calm down; approach him, start a conversation, calm him down.
The main question for discussion: how did the fact of the interlocutor's affiliation with your or other gender influence your behavior?
Participants sit in a circle.
Each in turn goes to the center of the circle, and everyone else turns to him with the words: “I don’t like you ...”, then: “I like you ...”. Only the actual information obtained in the process of group work is used. The definitions of “good”, “bad” should be avoided. After everyone speaks out, a member of the group, standing in the center of the circle, talks about what he learned from these judgments, that he accepted that he rejected.
The facilitator draws the attention of the participants to the fact that a person who has decided to go to the center of the circle, thereby speaks of his readiness to calmly, no offense, to accept everything he heard.
Statements should be made in a friendly manner.
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