A reflection over who I am and where I want
Hand out the notes with words/figures to the students. Let them read the words and underline the characteristics in which they can identify themselves the most. If one student wants to underline “all the words” – help to choose the words that suit the best. There is an illustration connected to each word, so that the students more easily can relate to the characteristics.
Save the notes in a suitable place, so that it is possible to bring them forward later. In this way, the students get a chance to discover eventual changes in the way they look at themselves, thus becoming aware of their development process.
How this resource relates to Shaping Characters objectives
- Attitudes and attributes
- Education techniques
- Motivation and resilience
The activity contributes to an increased self-perception by having the students explain how they are as persons and what characteristics they have. They also get an opportunity to reflect on how others perceive them, and in what way different characteristics can be of advantage or disadvantage when interacting with other people.
Study time, the questionnaires and instructions attached – and vocational counsellor