This What Is It Like to Be You? writing prompt also includes:
Two poems, "What it is like to be you" and "I am more than what you see," provided young scholars an opportunity to reflect on how others see them versus how they see themselves. After reading the poems, individuals write their stories in response.
- Ask class members to create a What It's Like to Be Me collage (using a box, perhaps or crafting a book cover) that contrast what others consider them to be to what others don't know
- The final installment in the 16-lesson Health Smart unit
- Requires copies
- The lined templates provide writers lots of room for their reflections