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COVID 19 REFLECTION End of the Year Journal Prompts Managing Grief and Anxiety

Grade Levels
7th - 10th
Formats Included
  • Zip
  • Google Apps™
30 pages
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Suitable for distance learning and Google Classroom®! This slideshow lesson for Microsoft PowerPoint® and Google Slides® will introduce the 7 Stages of Grief and guide students through a series of timed writing prompts. These reflection questions will help to manage anxiety, integrate the last year of school, and set realistic expectations for the coming months.




As our lives begin to return to a sense of normalcy, it is important to integrate our experiences. This lesson explains that grief is not something we only experience when we lose a person; grief is something we can experience when we lose anything. This loss will look different for every student in your classroom; however, there are strategies you can use to help students cope with all forms of grief.

The journal prompts within this lesson reflect up-to-date research on how to support students experiencing negative emotions associated with the pandemic. These prompts include having students reframe their loss, balance negative and positive memories, and practice letting go of difficult experiences. Students are encouraged to avoid using specific words associated with the pandemic, like "quarantine" or "COVID-19;" in doing so, students will explore the depth of their experiences instead of using these terms as a blanket response.

Finally, students will practice future writing in order to cope with anticipatory anxiety and set realistic expectations for the coming months. Through visualizing this return to normalcy, students will be prepared to handle the changes they will inevitably go through.

This resource includes worksheets that correspond with the prompts within the slideshow lesson.

For distance learning, simply follow the instructions within this resource to make a copy of the digital files to your Google Drive®.

Be sure to also check out Mondays Made Easy's Digital Resources.


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Total Pages
30 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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