Essay about Friendships Lesson

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Friendships
GCSE Health & Social Care
Unit 1

Success Criteria


Define the term friendship and explain the key features of a friendship.



Assess the different types of friendships which take place at different life stages.



Evaluate which life stage requires friendships most and least.

Life stages
Infancy
Childhood
Adolescence
Early Adulthood
Middle Adulthood
Later Adulthood

Do we always need friends?

Tuesday 4th March 2014

Learning Objectives

Do now Task



Assess the importance of friendships. 

Evaluate the impact they have on different life stages VERBAL TENNIS
 Starting word =
 “FRIEND”



Consider factors associated with friendships


Good

A Friend is…



Bad

Friends play an important role in our lives as they provide us with practical support and advice, they also take part in various activities with us;
What Physical, Intellectual, Emotional and Social activities do friends take part in during your chosen life stage?

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Can you beat the clock?
How many life stages can you cover in 10?

S

Challenge of your Choice:
At what life stages are friendships most and least important? Bronze

Silver

Gold

(4 Marks)

(6 Marks)

(10 Marks)

Explain why friendships maybe more important at different stages of our lives. Compare and contrast friendships which take place during our life stages.

Justify why friends maybe more or less important at different stages of our lives.

#TIP
To write successful answers remember to P.E.E.L
Point, Explanation, Evidence, Link

Peer Assessment: www & ebi
Bronze

Silver

Gold

(4 Marks)

(6 Marks)

(10 Marks)

Point
Explanation
Evidence
Link

This should include two clear arguments which outlines friendships which take place at different life stages.
2 Marks

1 Mark will be awarded for each of the skills used.

P.I.E.S aspects of the friendships should outlined 2 Marks
Similarities and differences between the two life stages should be used as…