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Possible Selves Lesson 1 Why study Possible Selves?

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Michelle Sammet

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Transcript of Possible Selves Lesson 1 Why study Possible Selves?

Learning Strategies
What do you think the term "Possible Selves" means?
Mrs. Sammet
What keeps
others from achieving
success?
What makes
some people
successful?
Why study
Possible Selves?
Possible Selves are ideas about what you might become in the future
What do you think the future holds for this young man?
What does he hope will happen to him?
What does he expect will happen to him?
What does he fear will happen to him?
Does he seem to have a plan to improve his life?
If you could give this young man some advice, what would you say to him?
Fear of the Future
What do you think the
future holds for
Jamaal?
What does Jamaal hope will happen to him?
What does he expect will happen to him?
What does he fear will happen to him?
Does he seem to have a plan to improve his life?
If you could give this young man some advice, what would you say to him?
I Have a Dream
Let's Compare and Contrast both letters:

Movie clips from "Rudy"
Growing up in a large, Catholic working-class family in Joliet, Illinois in the early '60s, young Rudy has had one goal all his life: to play football for the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame. But his small stature, lack of athletic ability, dyslexia, and poor grades could explain why his father, his teachers, his coaches and even his friends all discourage him from getting his hopes up. But Rudy's heart is bigger than his common sense, and, against the advice of his father, he makes the bus trip to South Bend in search of his dream. Once there, he begins the struggle against seemingly impossible odds with the help of a kindly priest and a gruff but good-hearted groundskeeper. Based on a true story, Rudy transcends the feel-good sports genre to tell a truly inspirational story of the power of dogged determination.
What message about life is the author trying to get across to the reader?
Hope + Effort + Mentor = SUCCESS
Make the commitment!
Success Formula:
Making a Possible Selves Goal Folder
The purpose of the Possible Selves Program is to help you identify and work towards goals, so you can achieve your dreams!
In conclusion:
Next lesson (2): Discovering Strengths and Interests
To Be Cont'd...
End of Part One
Part Two
Learning Goal:
Students will be able to...
Analyze individual hopes, fears, strengths, and interests in relation to life after
High School
Scale:
Analyze individual hopes, fears, strengths, and interests in relation to life after
High School
4- I can explain how to... (the learning goal)
3- I can... (the learning goal)
2- With help, I can... (the learning goal)
1- I do not understand how to... (the learning goal)
0- Huh?
Scale:
Analyze individual hopes, fears, strengths, and interests in relation to life after
High School

4- I can explain how to... (the learning goal)
3- I can... (the learning goal)
2- With help, I can... (the learning goal)
1- I do not understand how to... (the learning goal)
0- Huh?
Where are you at this moment?
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