01/13/2021

Q/A What is an Ideal?

I like to begin class with a Q/A.   A Q/A is a question or an idea to be explored. Here is an example:  Q/A:  What is AN IDEAL?   An ideal is a principle, idea, or standard that is HIGH, very good and worth trying to achieve.  It is something to aspire to because it’s elevated.  It is also measurable.  In other words, you know at all times where you are in relationship to the ideal Here is an […]
11/10/2020

Q/A: What Do You Want The Most?

I like to begin class with a Q/A.   A Q/A is a question or an idea to be explored. Here is an example:  Q/A:  What do you want most in life?  In other words,  what are your GOALS, your Hopes and Dreams for your future? Follow Up Question Q/A: How do your daily choices align with these Goals, Desires, Hopes and Dreams? (If they don’t line up, you have a good intention not a goal.) TEACHER NOTE:  My philosophy  […]
09/17/2020

Q/A: What Makes You Happy?

I like to begin class with a Q/A.   A Q/A is a question or an idea to be explored. Here is an example: Q/A: What Would Make You Happy?  Explain why. A.  Money B.  Cool Stuff C.  Popularity D.  Achievement/Success E.  A Great Body F. G.   Q/A:  Does what you think will make you happy an indication of what you value the most?   Yes   No  Explain your answer     TEACHER NOTES: Something to explore.  There […]
08/27/2020

Q/A: How Do You Avoid Being Pulled Over By a Cop?

I like to begin class with a Q/A.   A Q/A is a question or an idea to be explored. Here is an example: Q/A:  How Do You Avoid Being Pulled Over By a Cop?  Any ideas? BE INVISIBLE  According to Retired Chief Charles Sewell:  1.   “Traffic cops see vehicles as mere traffic and rarely pay attention to particular vehicles unless the drivers do something to bring attention to themselves.”1   2. “ The odds of being pulled over by […]
08/03/2020

Q/A: Attract what you expect. Reflect what you desire. Become what you respect. Mirror what you admire. Analyze the statement and explain how you Attract, Reflect, Become and Mirror.

I like to begin class with a Q/A.   A Q/A is a question or an idea to be explored. Here is an example: Q/A:  Attract what you expect.  Reflect what you desire.  Become what you respect.  Mirror what you admire.   Analyze the statement and explain how you Attract,  Reflect,  Become and  Mirror. Attract what you expect——  The law of attraction states we attract into our lives the things/people that we want.  Kind people attract kind people.  Insecure people attract […]
06/23/2020

Q/A: Which is More Dangerous, Anger or Contempt?  Explain Your Answer.

Anger can engage and contempt can separate. So, what is more dangerous, anger or contempt?
05/29/2020
I like to begin class with a Q/A.   A Q/A is a question or an idea to be explored. Here is an example: Q/A:  What’s the difference between I HAVE TO and I GET TO? Make a short list of your I HAVE TO s    and a list of your  I GET TO s Q/A:   What I HAVE TO or  I GET TO  do you enjoy the most?    Explain Why. Q/A:  What would it take in […]
05/10/2020

Q/A Why Are These Words Wise?

This could also be an end of health class evaluation where your students take a good look at themselves. OR I like to begin class with a Q/A.   A Q/A is a question or an idea to be explored. Here are examples:  1. The best kind of friend is the comfortable kind—the no-fuss, be yourself, take you at face value kind—the listen to you, laugh with you, celebrate the small stuff with you and help you keep things in […]
04/22/2020

Life is a Choice — Weekly Thoughts to Share

Life is a Choice — Here is a selction of 5 minute activities where students copy the advice and compose two to three sentences why they agree or disagree (just pick a thought for the day). 1. No is a complicated word. “No” can mean “No”. Sometimes “No” means “Not yet”. Sometimes “No” means “Too soon”. Sometimes “No” means “Keep trying and / or Maybe Yes”. No is a complicated word. 2. People can’t control what they get in life […]

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