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Part 1: What do you want to be when you grow up?

Watch the video below to get some ideas of different jobs?
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Part 2: Imagining yourself at your dream job!

Watch the video below to see how to use your imagination.
CLICK ME to see what its like to imagine yourself in your dream job!

  

Part 3: If you believe you can achieve.

Watch the video below to see how with practice and determination people achieve their wildest dreams.
CLICK ME to see how anything is possible when you work hard.

 

Listen and sing along to “I Know I Can” by Nas. How does this song make you feel?  Do you feel confident and empowered?
CLICK ME to hear “I Know I Can” by Nas

Activity 1: Let’s Draw!
Imagine how you would look working your dream job.

Now draw a picture of what you will look like. (Think about your uniform, do you have a hat or supplies?Draw it out!)

Activity 2: Act it Out!
Imagine what it is like to work in your dream job. Grab a person or a prop and act out/ pretend you are doing your job.

Part 1: What do you want to be when you grow up? Imagine yourself at your dream job!

Look at this worksheet that highlights pictures of different occupations.  Ask yourself if any of these strike your interest.

 

Part 2: If you believe it, you can achieve it!

Look at this worksheet to see how people have achieved their wildest dreams with practice and determination.

 

Activity 1: Let’s Draw!
Imagine how you would look working your dream job.

Now draw a picture of what you will look like. (Think about your uniform, do you have a hat or supplies?Draw it out!)

 

Activity 2: Act it Out!
Imagine what it is like to work in your dream job. Grab a person or a prop and act out/ pretend you are doing your job.

 

Activity 3: Believe and Achieve!
Sing and chant the lyrics from the song, “I Know I Can” by Nas (see this worksheet).. Let it sink in that you can be anything that you want to be with hard work, determination, and dedication.

CLICK HERE for related worksheet.

Part 1: If you believe you can achieve.

Watch the videos below to see how with practice and determination people achieve their wildest dreams.

Part 2:Listen and sing along to “I Know I Can” by Nas. How does this song make you feel?  Do you feel confident and empowered?
CLICK ME to hear “I Know I Can” by Nas

Activity 1: Believe and Achieve!

Read the lyrics in the chorus for the song, “I Know I Can” by Nas (see in the worksheet below). Let it sink in that you can be anything that you want to be with hard work, determination, and dedication.

Take some time to think about what you want to be – as a person or as a profession, and make some notes/ideas on your paper or in your journal.

Activity 2: Believe and Achieve!

Let’s have fun and create our own VERSE based on what you want to be.

Write 4-8 lines about what you want to be or achieve. Look back at your notes for inspiration, and to help you get started. You can try to rhyme too!

***Remember the VERSE is the part of the song that tells a story – so tell us the story of what or who you want to be.

Part 1: What do you want to be when you grow up? Imagine yourself at your dream job!

Look at the worksheet below that highlights pictures of different occupations.  Ask yourself if any of these strike your interest.

 

Part 2: If you believe it, you can achieve it!

Look at the worksheet below to see how people have achieved their wildest dreams with practice and determination.

Activity 1: Believe and Achieve!

Read the lyrics in the chorus for the song, “I Know I Can” by Nas (see in the worksheet below). Let it sink in that you can be anything that you want to be with hard work, determination, and dedication.

Take some time to think about what you want to be – as a person or as a profession, and make some notes/ideas on your paper or in your journal.

 

Activity 2: Believe and Achieve!

Let’s have fun and create our own VERSE based on what you want to be.

Write 4-8 lines about what you want to be or achieve. Look back at your notes for inspiration, and to help you get started. You can try to rhyme too!

***Remember the VERSE is the part of the song that tells a story – so tell us the story of what or who you want to be.

CLICK HERE for related worksheet

Part 1: Watch the video from the Royal Shakespeare Company, featuring the incredible Paapa Essiedu performing Hamlet. As you watch the video, think about what it took to achieve such an amazing performance?

Activity 1:Now take a look in the link below to explore the poem, Sonnet 18,  written by Shakespeare. What techniques from the video can you use to learn this and understand it? Try memorizing a little bit every day. By the end of the week, you’ll have memorized an entire Shakespeare sonnet to add to your repertoire.  What an awesome achievement!

Click here for the Sonnet.

 

Activity 2: If you’ve mastered the Sonnet and feel like taking on an even bigger challenge, take a look at Jacques’ monologue from All’s Well That Ends Well. Jacques describes how a person’s life moves through seven stages, and reflects on what it means to be human. As with the sonnet, take your time and memorize a bit everyday.

If you need help, here are some hints: Jacques is saying first we start as helpless, crying babies. Then we’re students, on our way to school. Then we’re teenagers, always falling in love. Next, we’re young adults, trying to make a name for ourselves. Then we’re adults who think they know everything. And, finally we’re seniors, who realize they aren’t young anymore.

Click here for the monologue.

Part 1: This week, we’re going to tackle one of the biggest challenges that any actor can face…memorization.

William Shakespeare was a playwright who wrote plays like Othello, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, and many other plays that are still performed today. This week we’re giving you a monologue to learn, a little bit at a time.

 

Activity 1: Now take a look in the worksheet below to explore the poem, Sonnet 18,  written by Shakespeare. What techniques from the video can you use to learn this and understand it? Try memorizing a little bit every day. By the end of the week, you’ll have memorized an entire Shakespeare sonnet to add to your repertoire.  What an awesome achievement!

 

Activity 2: If you’ve mastered the Sonnet and feel like taking on an even bigger challenge, take a look at Jacques’ monologue from All’s Well That Ends Well (see in worksheet below). Jacques describes how a person’s life moves through seven stages, and reflects on what it means to be human. As with the sonnet, take your time and memorize a bit everyday.

If you need help, here are some hints: Jacques is saying first we start as helpless, crying babies. Then we’re students, on our way to school. Then we’re teenagers, always falling in love. Next, we’re young adults, trying to make a name for ourselves. Then we’re adults who think they know everything. And, finally we’re seniors, who realize they aren’t young anymore.

CLICK HERE for related worksheet

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