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WHO AM I?

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Who Am I?

 

Consider your own identity:  Who you are, what makes you unique, how others see you, and what you want others to know and see about you.  Choose a format suited to your own learning styles and intelligence to represent yourself visually, in writing, in combination of visual and written work, or in another suitable medium, such as a poem or a rap. You may wish to include some of the following elements:

• a personal motto or saying

• a symbol that represents something about you

• your attitudes about yourself

• your strengths and talents

• your hopes and dreams for the future

• what you most like about yourself

• what you are working on improving about yourself (with a positive focus), not what you dislike about yourself

Focus on the positive and create a product that makes you feel good about yourself  while showing others all that is good about you.

"He who learns but does not think is lost! 
He who thinks but does not learn is in great danger!" 
Confucius 551-479 B.C. (Chinese philosopher)

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"YOU make choices, but  CHOICES make you." (DOS)
 
“Men are not prisoners of fate, but prisoners of their own minds.” (FDR)

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DID YOU KNOW THAT NO PIECE OF PAPER CAN BE FOLDED IN HALF MORE THAN SEVEN TIMES?  TRY IT.  THEN GET BACK TO WORK.

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