GIVE A SHORT PRESENTATION ABOUT YOUR CHILDHOOD MEMORIES
- Did you have a happy childhood?
- What did you like to do when you were a child?
- What did you look like?
- Where were you born?
- When were you born?
- Who was your favorite teacher? Why?
- What was your favorite subject? Why?
- What was your favorite game?
- Do you remember anything about your personality when a child?
- Were you good at making friends?
- What were some embarrassing situations when you were a child?
- Were you a good student?
- What did you like about school?
- What did you dislike about school?
- Who was your best friend??
- Were your parents super protective?
- Did you play on the streets?
- Was it dangerous to play in the streets?
- What kind of things did you do in the streets?
- Did you ever have an accident while playing in the streets? What happened?
- When you were a child, what did you want to grow up to be? Did you want to be a mother or father? A firefighter? A doctor? A scientist?
- Can you remember specific things from your childhood clearly?
- How old were you at the time of your first memories?
- What kind of food did your like?
- Did you used to eat anything or were you a picky eater?
- What foods did you like eating?
- What foods didn’t you like to eat?
- Did you have any foods you hated?
- What was your favorite toy when you were a child?
- What was your worst punishment as a child?
- Where did you grow up? Did you move frequently? If so, why?
- Who took care of you when you were little? A parent? A grandparent? A nanny? A daycare center?
- How are you similar to your parents? How are you different?
- Describe the first memory you have of going to school.
- Do you think children today eat too much fast food and don’t play enough sports?
- What childhood diseases did you have?
- Did you have any nickname? Tell us about it.
- Were you afraid of anything? What?
- What were your favorite cartoons and TV shows?
-Schools force them to take many subjects.
-Parents force them to practice new sports or to learn music.
-Even their playmates force them to become better at computer games or to read Harry Potter novels faster.
*Adults have many skills:
-They can organise their learning by setting times for reading or practice.
-They can build on skills and experiences they know already.
-Motivation can often be higher than a child’s.