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62 resources with the concept personal growth

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Personal/Social Development

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Many teenagers dream of growing up to work in health and safety fields; give them some real-world insight using this research lesson. Although there are just the basics here, you can easily use them as an outline for an engaging career...
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Journey of Personal Development (Part 1) – Know Yourself

For Teachers 11th - Higher Ed
Who are you? What are you? The two guiding questions found at the heart of any journey of self-discovery provide the framework for this outline of personal development seminar.
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Reaching Your Potential - Personal Development

For Teachers 6th - 8th
How do young people know the potential they possess? Middle schoolers explore their personal potential through two different activities and a class discussion. They examine where their aptitudes lie, and how they can use their gifts to...
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Heaven or Groundhog Day?

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
An engaging and highly relevant way for young scholars to examine classic literary ideas. Although the primary text for this resource is nontraditional ( the 1993 movie Groundhog Day), this plan incorporates several more classical,...
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I Can Grow and Change

For Teachers K
Students explore activities done at various stages of life.  In this personal growth lesson, students are read All By Myself by Mercer Mayer and participate in a discussion about how they are growing daily, discuss what activities are...
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Strength-Training for Both Body and Mind

For Teachers 6th - 12th
students take part in a variety of writing exercises about the most important pastime or activities in which they participate and the personal growth gained through this participation.
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What Color Is Your Apple?

For Teachers 3rd
Third graders spend time identifying the characteristics they have and ones they would like to develop for their own personal growth. As a class, they brainstorm ways they can tell they are growing up or being mature. Individually, they...
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Leo, the Late Bloomer

For Teachers K
Students identify personal similarities and differences. In this literature analysis lesson, students read and discuss the book Leo, the Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus together with their class.
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Good Health Habits

For Teachers K
Students examine how they have changed. In this health lesson plan, students use pictures of themselves from babyhood to present to show how they have changed and the teacher relates the importance of healthy habits in growing.
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4-H Leadership & Personal Development Activity Page

For Students 7th - 10th
In order to create a classroom full of active participants, students need to feel that they are part of the decision-making process. Using this 15 question activity, learners can explore the importance of developing leadership skills.
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4-H Leadership & Personal Development: Parliamentary Procedure

For Students 7th - 9th
Learners can discuss parliamentary procedure using this activity. There are a variety of suggestions for students to follow to try out these leadership techniques.
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Giraffe Growth Chart

For Teachers K - 1st
In this giraffe growth chart, students color and cut a giraffe head. This appears to be the top part of a measuring chart, but this sheet only has the head, with no inches marked.
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Changes, Goals, and Expectations

For Teachers 7th - 9th
Students define physical, social, emotional, and intellectual changes as a part of developing their career path. In this career growth lesson, students listen to guest speakers discuss personal goals and decisions they've made. Students...
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Introduction to Child Development

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students introduce themselves, and discuss childhood experiences that had profound influences on them. They write essays on their own personal development.