With his very haphazard Photoshop skills Kyle introduces the concept of Consideration by looking at some common situations we find ourselves in.
RUNTIME: 3min 39sec
Prompts to get you thinking and responding to Mashy GFX Consideration
Have you ever been in a situation where others are getting what they want but you miss out? Share the details of that experience.
Kyle shows us three scenarios; a. Your younger sibling getting something and you don’t b. A fellow student being made a fuss of while you have to wait c. You are not able to eat peanut butter sandwiches because of someone’s allergy to nuts
Which one of these upsets you the most? Why do you think that is?
Kyle tells us that consideration is thoughtfulness and sensitivity towards others. Discuss how being considerate of others helps us in times when we say, “No fair!”
Identify some of the different needs people may have that might appear to give them an advantage and cause you to think, “It’s soooo unfair!”
Lyds shares a very useful catch phrase that reminds us about the importance of Considering Others.
RUNTIME: 3min 24sec
Prompts to get you thinking and responding to Catch Phrase Consideration
Share all the details of a time when you felt you were missing out and you may have said, “That’s not fair!” Who was involved? What was it over? How did you react? Why was it so ‘unfair’?
Using the scenario from question one, if you had taken a step back and considered the needs of others would your reaction have been different? If your answer is ‘yes’, explain in what way your reaction would’ve been different.
In your own words explain what consideration means, and why it is so important.
Chat about the example of the emergency room; where even though you arrive first, other people can actually be seen by the doctor before you. Explain why this happens. Is this OK to do? Give reasons for your answer.
Do you agree that when we shift the focus from our loss to what someone else needs, we will be calmer? Why/why not?
Practice the Catchphrase - Consider others’ needs - along with the actions.