1. Telling the story "Dust and Strangers": Chameleon Shasha played alone in the yard, at this time a stranger asked him how to walk in the park, and Shasha politely told him how to go. The stranger thanked Shasha very much. Back at home, Shasha told her mother about this. Mom said, "Shasha, you're right! But there are some things you need to pay more attention to." Shasha quickly asked her mother, "What else should I pay attention to? "
A. Can go with her. B. You must tell mom and dad first.
6. The stranger asks your name. Who is there at home? Can you tell him?
A. You can only tell the name, you can't tell who is in the house. B. Can't tell him anything.
Third, the selection game (A and B answers to each question, the child stands on the side that thinks the correct answer)
1. Knowing that you can't trust the words of strangers, don't follow them.
Teacher reminds: (1) Do you know her? (2) If you don't know her. Can you trust her? (3) What should you say to this aunt?
Figure 3: When strangers are going to your house, you cannot lead the way.
2. Understand and master some ways to get along with strangers.
Brainstorm: Can I accept a stranger's gift? What should I say to him?
Teacher's summary: Be polite to strangers, but don't believe them easily, especially not walk with strangers.
A. Strangers are bad people. B. Strangers are not necessarily bad people.
A. Chocolate and jelly cannot be eaten, and drinks can be drunk. B. Can't eat anything.
1. Four related pictures.
The early childhood stage is the moment when individuals have the lowest recognition of people. In their eyes, the world is colorful and free of any impurities, but as teachers, we need to teach children some self-defense tips to accumulate their lives. Experience, this lesson plan guides young children to use their stories to tell their own understanding of "strangers" and master some ways to get along with strangers.
2. Brainstorm: (1) Why did Mom say that Sasa was right? (2) Let's guess what other things Mother should say to Sasa?
5. A stranger said in a heavy rain to take you home by car.
Figure 2: When a stranger gives you a gift or something delicious, you can't ask for it.
Finally, at the end of the activity, remind young children not to leave the group and adults when they go out, and they cannot be trusted when encountering strangers.
Scenario 2: An unfamiliar aunt knocks on the door and enters the classroom, and says to a child, "I'm your mother's friend. She has no time to pick you up today. Let me take you home and follow me."
2. Can you walk with strangers?
I. Story rustle and stranger
3． Toys, jelly, chocolate.
1. Are strangers bad?
Picture 1: When a stranger asks you to hang out with him, you cannot go with him.
2. Ask an aunt who is not known by the toddler to play a stranger and set up a performance situation.
Figure 4: When a stranger pulls you to follow him, you must resist and cry out for help.
3． An aunt who wants to take you out to play.
3． Show picture:
A. Say thank you first before getting in the car. B. Can't get in the car.
4． An uncle you do n’t know gives you something to eat:
A. Can go to parks and playgrounds. B. Can't go anywhere.
Scenario 1: An uncle who is unfamiliar said to a child, "You are so cute, kid. I invite you to eat jelly." Then he took out toys for him.