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Lesson Plan

Cliques in Schools

In this lesson, students will examine the cliques within their school community. They will also explore ways to integrate the student body and form relationships across, and in spite of, controlling cliques.
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Published: June 2023

The activities in this lesson will help students:

  • recognize the cliques at their own school
  • explore ways to integrate all students and form new friendships
  • learn how to communicate with people outside of their friendship group/cliques

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