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  1. Hopes and Wishes EnglishCornerCafe.com

  2. Find Someone Who Stand up and ask to find someone who: • wanted to be a scientist as a child • wanted to be a professional athlete as a child • wants to be wealthy • wants to own their own business • wants to travel around the world • is doing the job they dreamed of as a child • would rather be in the mountains now • would rather be on a tropical island now EnglishCornerCafe.com

  3. Those were... • Hopes • Things that you want that you believe may come true • Wishes • Things that you want that are unlikely or impossible • Which of the find "someone who's"were wishes and which were hopes? EnglishCornerCafe.com

  4. When you were a child...? Why? • What job did you hope to have? • How wealthy did you hope to be? • Where did you hope to live? • What kind of home did you hope to have? • What kind of car did you hope to drive? • What kind of romantic partner did you hope you would have? EnglishCornerCafe.com

  5. If only... • Where do you wish you were living now? • What one thing do you wish you could change about: • your romantic partner? • your home? • your job? • your car? EnglishCornerCafe.com


  6. Respect my wishes! • Brainstorm some conflictsbetween parents and teenage (16-19 year old) children • What do parents wish their children would do? • What do children wish their parents would understand and allow? • Try to think of 5-8 conflicts • With a partner, try to pick 2-3 of the most interesting conflicts EnglishCornerCafe.com

  7. Roleplay! (use the 3 you picked) Parents Children • You want your child to change his/her behavior • Think of the specific changes you want • Use these: • I wish you would come home earlier • Please respect my wishes • I wish you could see how dangerous it is • You want your parent to allow a few morethings • Think of specific things you want • Use these: • I wish you could rememeber how it felt to be young • I wish you would just try to understand • I wish I could just have more freedom EnglishCornerCafe.com

  8. Poof! What do you need? • A familiar face (rules of wishing) • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0G9T-ZI5eLk (watch 1:15-1:43, those with youtube access only) • You have three wishes: One each to change in the past, present and future • I wish...would have... • I wish...were... • I wish...would/could... EnglishCornerCafe.com

  9. This is a little complicated.. Student A Student B • Give your three wishes to the teacher • Go to the teacher's right • Answer questions • Don't look at the papers • Discuss your wishes when the student with your wishes finds you • Put your paper in your pocket • Get a paper wih three wishes from the teacher • Try to find the person who wrote it by asking oral questions-- don't show the paper to other students! • Find out more about the wishes- details and reasons (What? Why?) Switch! EnglishCornerCafe.com

  10. Wishful thinking Discuss these quotes and sayings with your group. What do they mean? Do you agree or disagree? • “You must be the change you wish to see in the world” – Mahatma Ghandi • “Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen” – Michael Jordan • “If you wish to be loved, show more of your faults [problems] than your virtues [good things]” – E.G. Bulwer-Lytton • “Be as you wish to seem [appear, look]” – Socrates • “Do you wish people to think well of you? Don’t speak well of yourself” – Blaise Pascal EnglishCornerCafe.com

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