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Transcript
Mental Health – Everyone Has It!
LESSON PLAN
Extra
Time
Materials (mins)
Slide
Slide Content
Action Required
1
Introduction to Presentation
Starter activity - Spot the difference
between 5 young people – can you
tell who is suffering from a mental
illness? Answer – no.
What do you think mental health
is? Class discussion, and do a mind
map on board or individually.
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Engage class, asking questions
about mental illness, gauge
previous knowledge.
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5
Paper, Pens
Whiteboard
5 - 10
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5
Space
5
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5
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5
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2
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2
Video
2
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5
Directory
2
Paper, Pens
10-15+
2
3
4/5
What is Mental Health – answers to
mind map – introduction to basic
statistics and stigma.
6
Activity - %age of people who will
have a mental illness at some point
in their lives.
7/8/9
Examples of Mental Health Issues –
3 slides of causes – each includes:
 What it creates
 Statistics / Causes
 Famous /celebrity sufferer
10/11
Causes of Mental Health – Outlines
some causes (Physical & Social,
Psychological & Family)
12
Why is there Stigma?
13/14
Examples of Symptoms
17
Video – Shows some experiences
and comments of real people, and
how talking can help.
How Can You Deal With It –
highlights views from the video and
how to deal with mental illness.
Where can you go? – Organisations
that help with mental health issues.
18
End of Presentation
15
16
Create class discussion via
whiteboard or individual or group
mind map work.
Allow students to correct and add
to mind maps or create class
discussion around what it is and
start discussing stigma.
Split the class into ¼ and ¾ to
demonstrate the %age of people that
will have a form of mental illness.
Go through and explain the 5
examples (and celebrities):
 Anxiety / panic attacks
 Eating disorders
 Body Dysmorphic Disorder
 Depression
 OCD
Discuss these topics, making sure
students understand there can be a
combination of factors and others.
Discuss stigma in schools and
workplaces and dangers.
Explain symptoms and discuss that
you may or may not have a mental
illness if you have them.
https://www.youtube.com/v/
okoaXZboZCI?start=0&end=95
Discuss the video with the class –
how those people would be feeling
and how they can deal with it.
Discuss the many options – tell
them to ask teachers. Directory.
If time, ask students to create a
poster raising awareness of Mental
Health, putting the best up.
The directory discussed in the lesson plan is available along with the presentation.
Kent Youth County Council Mental Health Campaign 2015