In these new 6th grade writing prompts, your students will spend time writing about important issues and interesting questions that help them get to know themselves better. Theyll think about their aspirations, their fears, and their interestsand theyll consider questions on topics such as politics, identity, and the future. 9. What is the most selfless thing youve ever done? Why did you do it? 10. Do you prefer giving or getting gifts? 11. Write about a time when you were wrong about something you thought you knew. Why was he or she special? 29. Write about a time you did something for a friend that you didnt want to do. How did you feel afterward? 30. Do you feel like a kid or a teenager? After spending some time writing each day, students will get better at presenting clear arguments, identifying causes and effects, and expressing their thoughts with confidence. Tweet, pin It.
33. Do you consider yourself to be a good listener? Why or why not? 34. What is the most valuable lesson youve ever learned? 35. Have you ever told a lie that got blown out of proportion? My Lucky Charm, if I Could Make School Rules, how Embarrassing! My Favorite Gadget, my Earliest Memory. Under My Bed, the Hardest Thing I Ever Had to Do, if I Could Live in Another Century. Most Interesting Animal Encounter, you Won't Believe I Saw This, my Hero. My Favorite Weather Story, my Favorite Superpower, if I Were Invisible, if I Were President. If I Could Have Any Pet, if I Had a Million Dollars, a TV Show I Would Make Up.
21. Have you ever taken a personality test? What results did you get? 22. Where do you want to go to high school? Why? 23. When you imagine yourself in 20 years, where do you want to be?