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Lesson Plan: Mental, Emotional, Social, and Physical Wellbeing

Topic: Mental, Emotional, Social, and Physical Wellbeing - Subconsciousness Level: Third Level (Scottish Curriculum)

Desired Outcome: By the end of this lesson, students will be aware of and able to express their feelings, and will be developing the ability to talk about them, with a focus on understanding the role of subconsciousness in mental, emotional, social, and physical wellbeing.

Time: 60 minutes

Resources: - Whiteboard or flipchart - Markers - Handout: “Understanding Subconsciousness and Wellbeing” - Art supplies (colored pencils, markers, etc.) - Chart paper - Sticky notes

Introduction (5 minutes): 1. Greet the students and explain the topic of the lesson: mental, emotional, social, and physical wellbeing, with a focus on subconsciousness. 2. Ask students to share their understanding of subconsciousness and its role in wellbeing. 3. Write down their responses on the whiteboard or flipchart.

Main Activities:

Activity 1: Understanding Subconsciousness (15 minutes) 1. Distribute the handout “Understanding Subconsciousness and Wellbeing.” 2. Ask students to read the handout individually. 3. Facilitate a class discussion to clarify any doubts or questions they may have. 4. Summarize the key points about subconsciousness and its impact on mental, emotional, social, and physical wellbeing on the whiteboard or flipchart.

Activity 2: Expressing Feelings (20 minutes) 1. Divide the class into small groups of 3-4 students. 2. Provide each group with a chart paper and art supplies. 3. Instruct the groups to create a visual representation of different emotions (e.g., happiness, sadness, anger, fear) associated with subconsciousness. 4. Encourage students to discuss and express their feelings related to each emotion. 5. After completion, ask each group to present their artwork and explain the emotions depicted. 6. Facilitate a class discussion on the importance of expressing and talking about feelings.

Activity 3: Talking About Feelings (15 minutes) 1. Distribute sticky notes to each student. 2. Ask students to write down one feeling they have experienced recently on the sticky note. 3. Collect the sticky notes and randomly distribute them among the students. 4. Instruct students to find the person who has the sticky note and engage in a conversation about the feeling written on it. 5. Encourage active listening and empathy during the conversations. 6. After the activity, facilitate a class discussion on the importance of talking about feelings and the impact it can have on mental, emotional, social, and physical wellbeing.

Conclusion (5 minutes): 1. Recap the key points discussed during the lesson. 2. Emphasize the importance of being aware of and expressing feelings, as well as developing the ability to talk about them. 3. Provide students with additional resources or support available for further exploration of the topic. 4. Thank the students for their participation and conclude the lesson.

Note: Adapt the lesson plan as per the specific needs and requirements of your students and classroom.