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Introducing Myself | Juniors

Language: English

Instructors: Pepkidz

Why this course?


Summary of the Lesson 


A good introduction helps in developing social skills and forming positive relationships. In this session, the student explores the qualities and characteristics that define them and learns how these different components include their identity as a whole. Apart from introducing oneself, the student also studies  how to introduce their friends and family members. 


What your child will learn 


W: What are the components of an identity

H: How to appropriately introduce oneself.

O: Observe the non-verbal ways of communicating confidence. 

A: Acknowledge family and friends as a part of their identity. 

M: Manage the task of introducing your family and friends to others. 

I: Identify their qualities and characteristics.


How is it going to help your child 

  • To Give long lasting first impressions 
  • To Explore different components of identity 
  • To Enhance self concept,  self esteem and self efficacy  

What to Expect 


Expect the child to be able to express their identity and their family and friend’s identity using both verbal and non-verbal communication. 


Parental Play & Role

Let the child explore: The child is still in the exploratory phase of self identity at this age. Try to encourage the child to try as many hobbies, activities and personal goals as possible. This will help them get a clearer picture of who they are and what they like.

Allow them to explore themselves and understand how they project their abilities and capabilities. It is essential to learn to introduce themselves and identify their strengths, hobbies, and goals

Psychology Insight 

A child’s self-image begins to develop at birth. The development of a positive self-concept at an early age empowers the child to feel competent, try new things, and strive for success.

A healthy self-identity is the foundation for the positive development and the overall well-being of a child. When a child has a healthy self-concept, he sees himself as being loved, loving, and valuable. People with a good understanding of self-identity have higher self-esteem. 


Our uniEQ Method & Tools


Offscreen Activity Worksheet | Psychology Exercises | Self Portrait

Course Curriculum

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