Think Before You Start - Discuss
Who do you think is ‘successful’? What did they do to get there?
What personality traits do you have to show to be successful?Get the transcript
What does success mean to you, and why?
How do you measure success?
Does it matter if you do not always succeed, and why?
Choose someone who is successful and describe why you think they are successful.
Key Words -
Can you use them in a sentence?
Success: achieving and accomplishing an aim, objective, desired visions and planned goals.
Achievement: something that has been completed through effort and hard work.
Be The Teacher -
Fix this broken sentence!
Sucess usually requires alot of hard work, may be a little luck and the ability to carry on even when things get though
Write a diary entry from the point of view of someone you think is successful.
Create a map to success for a classmate. Pick three things in life they could aim to be successful in. How will they get there? What does you classmate think of your plan for them?
“"...the children planned, directed and then edited – far from perfect but totally their own work. It is also even more impressive that one of the children has complex special needs and never usually participates in group learning activities and is usually very reluctant to verbally interact with his peers; however, he thoroughly enjoyed the filming experience and even hugged the Headteacher to thank her for being part of it too; the child NEVER interacts with the headteacher, which made it all the more magical!"”
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