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11B Phase 1

Relationship Development

This phase will begin in late October and last until the end of November. Pairs will launch their relationships and begin getting to know one another. Pairs will explore similarities and differences, make connections, and share experiences that will deepen their relationship. Pairs will reach a basic understanding of each other's interests, backgrounds, motivation, and lives.  



Parent/Guardian Guide to Mentorship

This guide serves to encourage parents/guardians to engage their child in conversation regarding the concept of mentorship.

Mentor Introduction Letter to Parents/Guardians  (Template)

This template serves to support mentors as they draft an introduction letter to share with parents/guardians.

Pair Checklist

This checklist, that lives on the Platform, will provide pairs with key objectives to hit before the end of the phase.

Mentee Moment: The First MeetingThis video features PSP pairs reflecting on their experience of meeting each other for the first time. This video should be shared with students before the first pair event. You can switch out one of the lesson "Do-Nows" for this video. 
Pair Rater Tool - Slide 
This slide can be inserted into your presentation(s) once your cohort is matched. It reviews the importance of the Pair Rater Tool.




1.1  Mentor Reveal  

SWBAT learn about their new mentor and introduce themselves on the Platform.
1.2 Exploring the Platform

SWBAT learn how to navigate the iMentor platform.

1.3 Five Questions About Me, Five Questions About You  

SWBAT answer questions about themselves and pose questions to their mentors to build rapport and a shared understanding.

1.4 " I Am From" Poem 

SWBAT creatively express their identity to their classmates and mentor.

1.5 Healthy Relationships

SWBAT understand components of a healthy relationship and how they can use the attributes of healthy relationships to build their relationship with their mentor.

1.6 Advocating for My Needs
SWBAT identify who to turn to for academic and social support and walk through steps on how to do so.

1.7 Successes and Failures

SWBAT understand the importance of adopting a growth mindset and learning from failures.

1.8 Goal Setting 

SWBAT set one personal and one academic goal for the year and ask their mentor for specific support around achieving these goals.

1.9 Exploring Similarities and Differences

SWBAT identify similarities and differences with their mentor and how to bridge across differences.



Pair Event:
"Hi, My name is..."

Pairs will meet for the first time and engage in ice breakers. Pairs will also create commitments on how they want their relationship to proceed for the first semester.
Pair Event:
Communicating to Success

Pairs will learn and practice healthy forms of communication. 

Pairs will make agreements to utilize the healthy forms of communication for future rapport building.