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Session 12: The Future and Me

Session 12: The Future and Me
Session 12: The Future and Me

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  • We will be known forever by the tracks we leave. — Native American (Dakota) proverb Big Question: What should I do with my life? Almost...
  • Activity Minutes Opening 5 Activity 1: Happy Hundredth 12 Activity 2: Story — The Stonecutter 5 Activity 3: WCUU — Advice Panel 20 Activity...
  • With everything set to go, carve out a meditative moment for yourself. Relax. Take several deep breaths. Consider the forward motion of a...
  • Materials for Activity Chalice or LED/battery-operated candle Newsprint, markers and tape Bell, tingsha chimes or other sound instrument...
  • Materials for Activity Tingsha chimes or other gentle sound instrument Leader Resource 1 , Guiding Lights Paper clips Fine-point markers...
  • Materials for Activity A copy of the story " The Stonecutter " Preparation for Activity Read and print out the story. Description of...
  • Materials for Activity Microphone(s), video camera(s) and tripod(s), real or simulated Timepiece (minutes) For studio set Backdrop made in...
  • Materials for Activity Copies of Singing the Living Tradition , the Unitarian Universalist hymnbook Drawing paper and color pencils,...
  • Materials for Activity Chalice or LED/battery-operated candle Newsprint, markers and tape Bell, tingsha chimes or other sound instrument...
  • Meet with your co-leaders after the session to reflect on it. How was the mix of discussion and action? Are you continuing to find ways to...
  • Materials for Activity Newsprint, markers and tape Paper and pencils Optional: A directory of members and friends of your congregation...
  • Materials for Activity Bag or box containing participants' Big Questions notebooks (see Session 1, Alternate Activity 1, Notable Thoughts)...
  • Materials for Activity Copy(ies) of Singing the Living Tradition , the Unitarian Universalist hymnbook Optional: A recording of the song...
  • Materials for Activity Optional: Newsprint, markers and tape Preparation for Activity Optional: Write the challenge question on newsprint,...
  • Materials for Activity A copy of the book Oh, the Places You'll Go by Dr. Seuss (New York: Random House, 1990) Preparation for Activity...
  • We will be known forever by the tracks we leave. — Native American (Dakota) proverb Talk about the quote. What does it mean? Is it correct...
  • Based on a wisdom tale of Japanese origin. Once upon a time, there was a stonecutter. He spent his life cutting up rocks for use in this...
  • To the Kid for the Day: You have two jobs. The first is getting your group excited about hearing today's Big Question. The second is...
  • Parents A feeling deep inside you Your teachers Laws Money you get paid Friends Your happiness The government Schools Unitarian...
  • To the Anchor: Today's WCUU program features a guest panel of informed Unitarian Universalists answering questions from UU youth about what...
  • UU Parent You are a UU Parent on a WCUU panel helping young people decide what to do with their lives. Here are some ideas you may base...
  • You are in the audience at a WCUU panel discussion about how to decide what to do with your life. When the Anchor invites questions, ask...
  • Use these descriptions to prepare youth to role-play a prominent historical Unitarian Universalist on the WCUU advice panel (Activity 3)...
  • "This Little Light of Mine" Hymn 118 in Singing the Living Tradition has a strong association with the Civil Rights movement, sung at many...

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