chapter  8
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Practical Contexts for Prosocial Behaviour

Circle time can provide a vehicle for the kinds of group discussions which were described in Chapters 6 and 7, as follow-up activities. It can also be an appropriate strategy for the initial orientation of pupils to working with the materials. A single cartoon selected from the set could, for example, be the stimulus to which each child in turn makes a personal response by trying to empathise with the depicted characters.