dlLESSON: INSIDE SELFIE (dreams)

VALUES  DREAMS

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Since you’ve thought about your values–what really matters to you–it’s time to start imagining a dream to share with the world.


GET READY

You will need a piece of paper & a pen or pencil.

  • Fold it in half, then unfold it.

  • On the left side at the top, write “Problems.”

  • On the right side at the top, write “Dreams.”


READ & REFLECT

In 1932 a US poet named Langston Hughes wrote this short poem about the importance of dreams.

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Bring me all of your dreams,
You dreamer,
Bring me all of your
Heart melodies
That I may wrap them
In a blue cloud-cloth
Away from the too-rough fingers
Of the world.

What do you think he’s saying about dreams and visions for the future?


GO

  1. On the left side at the top, under where you wrote “Problems” write at least THREE or more problems in your life and in the world.

  2. On the right  side at the top under where you wrote “Dreams, “:

    • Write how old you are now.

    • Add 20 to that, then write THAT number–how old you’ll be in 20 years. Circle the number.

    • Write down a problem from the LEFT side that you’d like to see GONE when you’re that old.

    • Close your eyes and think of a vision of you in the world as an adult without that problem.
      Imagine…

      • How things look that’s different from now…

      • How people act that’s different from now…

      • How you feel that’s different from now…

      • How the people in your life are different from now…

    • Open your eyes and write. Describe that vision. You can use words AND drawing.


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