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Go: JHS GrammarLetter To Self


SUBMITTED BY: Sandy Dennis

BORROWED FROM / INSPIRED BY: William and Mary, Resident Assistant in college




DATE ADDED: Mar 11, 2008


    Large Classes (16-39 Students)Ó


5-15 min.

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BRIEF OUTLINE: The students write a letter, addressed to themselves, to be opened at a later date.  





  1. Hand out the worksheet and have the students fill it out:
  • My Goals - Students write their goals for their life: what they want to be; where they want to live; what they want to do; etc.
  • My Motto - Students choose a phrase or motto by which they will try to live their life.
  • My Space - Students write freely on any topic they wish to tell their future self.



  • This activity could be done with incoming first years to be read upon graduating in their third year, or with third year students to be read upon graduating high-school.



  • You may have your students write in English, Japanese, or a combination of both.

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