Module-8-External Factors of Risks Part-2

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Summary

In the previous session Kishoris have written the risks and vulnerabilities their lives in the house, on the way to school and in the schools. Group activity has helped them to share their concerns with few of their classmates. Continuing the conversation in this week why are these risks and vulnerabilities occur is discussed.

Facilitator - Aparna

Co-Facilitator – Anusha, Karthihk, Shreyas

Assumptions

1. In the last session Kishoris  participated well.

2. Craft teacher will be there in the classroom.

3. Classroom is very small and there isn’t enough space in the class room to make Kishoris move around.

4. Rapport has been built with the Kishoris.

5. It is difficult to show any video in the classroom as the infrastructure available is not feasible for our usage.

6. Few Kishoris have started to speak up.

7. We can't start a new topic which will take longer time to complete as we may get only 2 more classes. We need to continue our conversation from risks.

Objective

Understanding Kishoris' idea of external risks.

Process

Greet the Kishoris. Establish norms. 5 minutes

Ask about what happened in the previous session.

Using below chart explain the external risk and how it operates. 15 minutes

The chart used can be accessed in the below link.

External Risks Chart

After this Kishoris are asked why these risks and vulnerabilities occur?

Kishoris may give different explanations. Depending on their explantation steer the conversation towards teenage?

After this facilitator explains ‘What is teenage?’. If the Kishoris already know they may mention it themselves.  20 minutes

Once the definition is established session is ended by saying more will be discussed in the coming week.

No. of Facilitators - 4

One main facilitator, 4 facilitators including main facilitator.

Resources Required

• External Risks Chart

Inputs

• External Risks Chart

Outputs