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OLWEN DACW. Luck! To challenge the belief in luck and to inspire learners to make their own good fortune. Day 1 – Good Luck.

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day 1 good luck
Day 1 – Good Luck

It is well known that many so-called 'lucky people' carry lucky charms or a talisman like a lucky horseshoe, clover or ladybird. Millions of people (possibly billions) believe in luck.

The British Museum has a complete collection of lucky charms dating back centuries. Some of the most powerful people in the world believe in good luck charms: President Roosevelt carried a rabbit's foot in his jacket. Napoleon carried a lucky coin; and during the election campaign, Barack Obama carried an array of good luck charms in his pocket.

Discuss - Do you believe in luck ?

“I am a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it”

Thomas Jeffereson

How does it relate to your personal experiences in life?

Discuss these thoughts with your class.

Reflect on your thoughts and the discussion for 1 minute in silence.

Finish with your house prayer.

day 2 signs of good and bad luck
Day 2 – Signs of Good and Bad Luck

Even if you aren't superstitious, are there any things you have encountered that you associate with good luck or bad? Any superstitions you really believe in, based on experience?

LUCKY

A four leaf cloverA bird pooing on you7 of anything coming at onceLucky horseshoeYour clothes being caught on a bushSleeping on unironed sheetsCarrying an acorn in your pocketFinding a penny and picking it upA ladybird, a bluebirdCarrying a rabbit's foot.Putting on your clothes inside out

UNLUCKYA black cat crossing your pathSpilling saltBreaking a mirrorA horse sweatingWalking under laddersSeeing an owl during the dayOpening an umbrella indoorsPutting your left foot on the floor first up when you get out of bedPutting shoes on a table

How does it relate to your personal experiences in life?

Reflect on your thoughts and the discussion for 1 minute in silence.

Finish with your house prayer.

day 3 what is luck
Day 3 – What is Luck?

What do these quotes mean?

Discuss these thoughts with your class.

Reflect on your thoughts and the discussion for 1 minute in silence.

Finish with your house prayer.

day 4 friday the 13th
Day 4 – Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th

Do you believe in “Bad Luck” or Friday the 13th?

Discuss these thoughts with your class.

Reflect on your thoughts and the discussion for 1 minute in silence.

Finish with your house prayer.