Why this course?
Summary of the lesson
In this session, the student identifies signs of passive aggression in their peers or other individuals around them through a storyline, introspection and activities. The student will be encouraged to appropriately deal with the passive-aggressive individual by finding a pattern, communicating and addressing the issue, and holding the individual accountable.
What your child will learn
H: Handle social relationships effectively
I: Identify the signs of passive-aggressive behaviours
D: Discuss situations where these behaviours can be seen
D: Differentiate between active and passive behaviour
E: Empowering the child with multiple ways of dealing with such behaviour
N: Nurturing resilience and cooperative spirit in the child
How is it going to help your child
What to Expect
Expect the child to identify the difference in active and passive aggression, spot such behaviours and take appropriate actions in such situations.
Parental Play & Role
At times, humour or sarcasm can also signify passive-aggressive behaviours. So before making your child brush off the humorous comments of others, please do not whether it is a form of passive-aggressiveness or not.
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