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Sample AmazeWorks Middle School Curriculum Lessons


The AmazeWorks Middle School Curriculum engages students to consider:

  • Who do I want to be in this world?
    • What are my beliefs, values, habits of mind, SEL skills, etc.?
  • How do I want to be in this world?
    • What are my actions, behaviors, how I treat others, how I treat myself, etc.?
    • Are they congruent with WHO I want to be?
  • How do I want others to see me?
    • Do others see me in the same way that I see myself in terms of WHO and HOW I want to be in this world?
    • How can my beliefs, values, attitudes, actions, and behaviors more consistently represent WHO and HOW I want to be in this world as well as how I want OTHERS to see me?

These lessons are a sample from our AmazeWorks Middle School Curriculum. Each lesson in the full curriculum is video-based with journal and discussion questions. Lessons also connect to the AmazeWorks Conditions for Belonging framework, Anti-Bias Education model, and Social-Emotional Learning competencies for adult and student learners.

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