Creative writing on the topic – The Power of Habit

Savitri Waldia
40 minutes
Creative thinking, Effective communication
Understand, Evaluate, Creativity
Yes
Creative writing on the topic – The Power of Habit
Learners will be able to think analiise and organize their thoughts in paragraphs .
Ignite the spark hidden in each child to enable him think independently .
Flash cards showing certain good habits as well bad ones . Blackboard ,chalk and duster .

Step 1. Ask the children to name a few habits .

Step 2. Tell them to categorize the habits as good habits and bad habits .

Step 3 . Write them all on the black board .

Step 4 . Choose any one good habit and ask them how can it be formed .

Step 5 . List all that the points given by children and keep driving them to the point whenever they seem to go astray.

Step 6 . Ask the children to arrange them in a sequence in the order it takes place .

Step 7 . Give it an introduction using a saying or an important message .

Habit is second nature . Old habits die hard . Good habit is the foundation of a great character .

Step 8 . Ask the children to choose any one of the sentence and evolve it into a paragraph . They can give their own beginning too .

Step 9 . Give some conclusive lines to end the paragraph .

A good habit is a boon and key to success whereas bad habit is the bane of ones life and key to all the failures .

. Give some more topics for creative writing such as - Importance of festivals in our life . Cleanliness is next to godliness etc .
Choose the qualities that go into the making of a habit .
a . Regular practice . b. Casual attitude .c. Continuity . d.Dedication .e . availability of time .
Knowledgeable, Methodical, Coordinated, Creative, Organized
None
They can vary questions depending upon the answers given by students .

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