November's lesson revolves around being able to problem solve and work as a team. I will begin the lesson by reviewing the different ways we can solve problems when working with others. Then I will speak about how to work in a group effectively and some of the things students should be trying to do and things to avoid. I will give examples about staying calm versus getting frustrated with their team mates, tackling the problem as a team versus blaming someone for an error. After we talk through this I will introduce the activity. I will ask the students to work in teams of 3-4 students to stack solo cups using a rubber band. I will impose rules such as they can only have one finger on the rubber band, they cannot touch the cups with anything other than the rubber band, if they break the rules they have to start over. In between rounds we will be talking about is making groups successful and switching up partners within the groups. After the group is finished we will discuss what went right, what made it difficult, and what they learned. I will implore the importance of being able to work in a group as it becomes more essential as they get older.