The idea was to study the behaviour of young people first with a video about life when you are a teenager, explaining that self-esteem is made up of the thoughts, feelings, and opinions we have about ourselves. That means self-esteem isn't fixed. It can change, depending on the way we think. People don't even realize that they're thinking so negatively about themselves. But once you're aware of it, and know that the way you think is up to you, you can begin to change the way you think. And changing the way you think about yourself changes the way you feel about yourself. That’s what we wanted to discuss.
Then we gave each student a survey to assess their level of self-esteemsocially, physically, at school and emotionally. They built their personal triangle of self-esteem.
Finally, we worked on a worksheet "10 ways to boost your self esteem“ and discussed the topic. Pupils shared their experiences and opinions.