GOMEd

Fear & Building Confidence

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Description

An exploration of human fears and strategies to build confidence in young people. The starting point is looking at the extreme and exciting fears that these Australian acrobats face every day on stage. From there, students look to discover connections to fears they may face in their lives. This versatile topic is an engaging way to deliver parts of the Child Protection Curriculum, approach mental health or social sciences. It can also be used in drama or physical theatre as a launch pad for creative explorations into fear, confidence and associated themes.

Years

All

Area of interest

Personal and Social Capability

Cost

$500

Type of learning

In-Class or Online Adaptable

Learning Objectives

  • Gained an understanding of the concept of fear and be able to identify different types of fear.
  • Explored ideas and tools that can help in reducing fear and building confidence.
  • To connect meaningfully with peers and role models through sharing and listening.

This resource takes a universal design approach and encourages links between the performance, the concepts and student exploration broadly and/or specifically as directed by teachers. It is easily adaptable for year level or purpose.

Pricing

The free sample of this topic will begin to broaden students' understanding of fear.

The full version delves deeper into fear and confidence through extensive investigation and discovery.

SampleFull
Introduction and Explanation of Fear
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Exploration of Different Interpretations of Fear
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Influence of Fear on GOM
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Mental Health Resources
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Six More In-depth Exercises
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Full Length Video of Backbone
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Backbone Performance Analysis
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Definitions and Explorations of Confidence
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GOM Artist Interviews on Fear
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Supported By
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