Created by: Rachel Steinberg, 3LPlace, October 2017
Applies to: Self-Awareness. Life Skills, Awareness Development and Executive Function
Purpose: Open a dialogue around concrete facts of identity formation
Objectives: Students will learn the concept of identity as pertaining to objective identification facts,
such as name, age, height. Students will start to develop an awareness of ways to describe
- Worksheets (see attached below)
- Students’ wallets and ID cards, library cards etc (anything that has their name on it)
- Pens and Pencils, appropriate learning supports
- Facilitate and follow along with the worksheet, answer step one.
- After step one, ask students to take out their wallet and put it on the table. Have them take everything out of their wallet and go around and say what they have. You may choose to do this systematically (i.e. ‘everyone hold up their T-Pass. Now put that away. Everyone hold up their money. Now put that away)
- Ask students to separate everything with their name on it. Put everything else away. Assert that things that have their name on it identify someone. They are ID’s.
- Answer the worksheet questions about ID’s
- If student does not have an ID, follow worksheet 2 (attatched) to make them one