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[Distance Learning: Pretest] How Well Do You Know Your Strengths? UPDATED

Grade Levels
8th - 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool
Standards
Formats Included
  • PDF
Pages
20 pages

Description

Welcome to this FREE resource Go On a Treasure Hunt: Discover Your Strengths.

Ask the student 14 or over to name one or more of h-her strengths? If h-she struggles or is curious to find more strengths, this is pretest can help. During the Coronavirus Crises and time at home, youth can benefit on focused time on positive and hopeful aspects about themselves. With all the anxiety and fear they hear in the media about the the outcomes of COVID-19, this product can help them shift their thinking to a constructive self-evaluation of what they may be able to see in themselves that is valuable and applicable. Furthermore, youth may be reminded of their capabilities and empower themselves use their strengths during this crisis and equally important, prepare for their future.

Secondly, as part of the beginning a career readiness program, this activity is useful as a pretest. The guided questions help students see their abilities and personal interests from from 3 strength categories. The self-assessment will engage the student to name their strengths and consider ways they can use their strengths on a day to day basis. The activity is based on these objectives:

1) The student will name one or more of their strengths. Examples are provided in this tool to help guide the student.

2) The student will name an environment, activity, or persons to use or develop one or more of their strengths.

3) The student will use the easy guide included in the pdf. to score their answers and to determine their self-awareness about their strengths.

I hope to encourage youth to not be afraid to recognize ways they have challenges in these strength areas. None of us are perfect. We all struggle at times in relating to others or helping ourselves. There are no failures, only levels of self-awareness about strengths. Identifying strengths or challenges are preparation of good things to come.

YOU MAY:

*Use this product in your home, classroom, or counselor/therapist office.

*Make as many copies as you need for your class or caseload use.

*Refer others who would like to use this resource to: Youth Opportunity Academy

YOU MAY NOT:

*Share, copy or distribute this product to another teacher, counselor, classroom, educator, department, or school system.

*Post any of this product digitally for public view.

*Extract graphics or text for commercial use.

Thank you for respecting these boundaries.

My best,

Dr. Jackie Marquette

Youth Opportunity Academy

Educator

Author - writing about emotional literacy

relating to youth self-advocacy,

career development, and well-being

to adapt.

Independent Qualitative Researcher

Total Pages
20 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.

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