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By Garrett P.

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The most objective of those lectures is first to in brief survey the elemental con­ nection among the illustration thought of the symmetric team Sn and the speculation of symmetric features and moment to teach how combinatorial equipment that come up clearly within the idea of symmetric services bring about effective algorithms to precise quite a few prod­ ucts of representations of Sn when it comes to sums of irreducible representations.

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End the discussion by asking the pupils to suggest some of the things that they can do make sure that they are fair in their dealings with others. Previous responses have included: • Sharing and taking turns to use books, equipment. • Helping to clear up at the end of a game or activity. • Putting clothes and belongings away and being responsible for your own area. Tell the pupils that in order to sort out if a solution was a good one they can ask themselves the following three questions: 1. Was it a safe thing to do?

Step 1 Notice something you like about the person. Step 2 Look at the person Step 3 Say the compliment clearly in a way that shows that you mean it. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Session 3 C is for Compliments Aims ❍ To raise pupils’ awareness of specific behaviours that promote getting along with others. ❍ To enable pupils to practise how to pay each other compliments so that they receive the affirmation they need to feel fully included in the class and in the school community. Whole-Class Introduction Explain to the pupils that this session is going to be about practising one of the most important skills for getting along with others, which is paying compliments.

Decide on something that is helpful but does not hurt others. Then make the choice and go through with it. Pair and Share • Pupils individually complete Activity 2, which involves identifying a problem, and then working through the stages Stop, Wait, Go in order to solve it. • Pupils then take turns to talk through their work with their partner. • Pupils individually complete a ‘Pair and Share’ evaluation sheet. Final Plenary • Encourage pupils to reflect upon the session and encourage them to use the steps they have learnt next time they have a problem to solve.