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Transform Anxiety, Negative Thinking, Anger and Frustration Into Resilience
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This is a sharing based class. I want to share pictures, stories, memories and fun facts about my family with you and learn more about your family too! We will share our favorite memories of our parents, our siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents - anyone you consider FAMILY. Leaners will be encouraged to share what they believe make their families unique. I would love to hear about special traditions, trips and hobbies they share with their families. Learners are encouraged to...
I specifically remember returning to school after winter break and looking around my class during an assignment and thinking to myself "I probably had the best holiday in this class. I love my family." I was in 2nd grade. I truly felt like I was the luckiest girl in the room. I remember it so well. Students will be able to share their favorite memories and naturally practice story telling and public speaking while they are sharing. My goal is to make their stories descriptive and natural as they retell their own memories and describe their own family members. This will be a place to talk about the people we love the most, what they mean to us and share memories with others that value family just as much as you do.
Homework: Ask your parents, uncles, aunts, grandparents to tell you stories about their childhood. What did they enjoy doing as a child/teenager? What is their favorite memory from their childhood?
Photos of family members Special gifts from family members Physical objects that may remind them of loved ones
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
110 total reviews
250 completed classes
Hello everyone! My name is Dhanya. I am a teacher and mentor from Philadelphia! I am so happy you are considering one of my classes. With an educational background (MA) in Human Service Counseling & Life Coaching, I will be showing up here as a...