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Lesson 4. Mutual understanding and coordination of actions in the group

Purpose: increasing the level of cohesion, mutual understanding and coordination of actions in the group.

It is important to emphasize that tolerance is a certain quality of interaction between the subject and the object, namely, the willingness of the subject to accept the gender differences of the object, including external signs, statements, behavior patterns, etc. This interaction has its own historical, socioeconomic and sociocultural specificity and is largely determined by it.

Tolerance is the ability to distinguish and recognize moral, legal and psychological boundaries, the ability to act constructively in borderline situations, resolve contradictions, coordinate positions, and cooperate.

Exercise 1

All participants are invited to complete two drawings: "I am the way I am" and "I am the way I want to be." After completing the assignment, the facilitator collects unsigned drawings and in turn shows them to the participants with a request to tell what they see here. Participants talk about their feelings from the drawing: how, in their opinion, the author sees himself, that he would like to change in himself. After all participants express their opinion, they try to determine who the author of the drawing is. The author tells what he wanted to express with his drawing, notes the statements he liked the most. Thus, all figures are discussed.

Exercise 2

The host invites the group members to recall and describe the life difficulties associated with belonging to a particular sex, which had to be overcome recently. During the discussion, participants find something in common that helped them to overcome difficulties, make up a general list of methods of overcoming. The group concludes that it is better to live in peace and harmony with oneself and others, but life often poses serious problems for us, creates obstacles that need to be overcome. Now, each participant in difficult times will be able to remember how to successfully overcome difficulties.

The task

The host invites the group members to complete the following form:

1. What does tolerance mean as a principle of life?

a) showing respect for any person, regardless of the attitude to his views;

b) willingness to compromise;

c) the conscious suppression of the feeling of rejection of another;

d) recognition of those who do not like, the right to be as he is;

e) the ability to conduct an equal dialogue and readiness for it.

2. What, in your opinion, is tolerance to a greater extent?

a) personal characteristic;

b) the principle of life;

c) value;

d) psychological attitude.

3. Rank the values ​​that you consider universal:

a) a ban on killing;

b) freedom of choice;

c) veneration of parents;

d) love for one's neighbor;

e) a ban on theft;

e) ability to dialogue;

g) a ban on perjury.

4.
Rank your acceptable values:

a) a ban on hatred in communication;

b) respect for nature;

c) patriotism;

d) a ban on violence as a way to resolve disputes;

e) tolerance.

5. What, in your opinion, is conflict most often?

a) a means to convey to others their opinions;

b) one way to assert itself;

c) a means to an end.

6. If conflicts are in your group, then what questions are at their center?

a) national-ethnic;

b) gender;

c) social;

d) interpersonal;

e) political;

e) religious.

7. You have to establish contact with a complete stranger of the opposite sex. How are you initially tuned to it?

a) it doesn’t matter;

b) friendly;

c) with curiosity;

d) wary;

e) with suspicion.

8. What is your attitude towards tolerance in your group?

a) tolerance supports the interests of the individual;

b) the group is dominated by the opinion that hostility towards another must be fought;

c) negative attitude to tolerance;

d) tolerance is extremely important for communication, is a significant moral quality.

9. What is the opposite of tolerance?

a) discrimination against others;

b) violence;

c) lack of respect for others;

d) the tendency to go into conflict;

e) an authoritarian attitude towards others;

f) inability to understand the position of another;

g) suspicion, distrust in relation to others.

10. What do you think is the cause of intolerance in the relations of people from different gender groups?

a) a different lifestyle;

b) the existence of ideological differences;

c) psychological incompatibility.

Responses are discussed by team members for each item.

Exercise 3

Purpose: to show that existing gender stereotypes in society do not correspond to the real state of things.

The group is divided into subgroups, each of which must complete the task in 5 minutes - to answer your question in writing:

1 group - how or by what society represents women;

2 group - how or by what society represents men;

3 group - what qualities women show in real life;

Group 4 - what qualities men show in real life.

When each group presents its results, they are compared and discussed: how stereotypical the ideas about the nature and behavior of women and men are and how much this is true.

Discuss how stereotypical perceptions of the personality by other people can inhibit their development.
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