The Other Side of the Friendship Pyramid: Dealing with Dislike
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Working with thirteen year olds can be tricky, especially when they are resistant to treatment and appear to revel in being “the most hated kid in school.” In our first-ever Aha! Teaching Moment video, Michelle Garcia Winner discusses developing the Pyramid of Dislike thinksheet to help a client realize it will be tough to make new friends when he spends most of his attention on the people he dislikes.
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- Download the handout Learning Strengths and Weaknesses and learn 12 tips for using it in the article Teaching Students About Their Learning Strengths and Weaknesses
- Download the Pyramid of Dislike—but don’t teach it until you’ve taught the Friendship Pyramid (see below).
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