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Lesson Plan 1: Who Can Be a Leader?

Lesson Plan 1: Who Can Be a Leader?

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For decades, people have been trying to define what exactly makes someone a leader. All of us can name a leader, but not all of us see ourselves as one. In this first episode, we discuss the stereotypical understanding of leadership, look at how we arrive at certain models of success and influence, and propose a new framework for what makes someone a leader.

Grade level: 9-12

Prep time: 10 min

Lesson Duration: 55 min

Learning Outcomes:

It is expected that students will:

  • Gain an inclusive perspective of leadership and explore the idea that anyone can be a leader.
  • Consider themselves capable of leadership.
  • Explain what success looks like regarding leadership.

Lesson includes:

  • Workshop video and corresponding Follow Along Sheet (Printable)
  • “My Table” worksheet (Printable)
  • Warm-up, Core Lesson, and Reinforcement Activities
  • Reflection & discussion questions such as:
    • What does a successful leader look like to you? Is that success defined by profit, the leader’s relationship with his or her followers, or the leader’s morality?
    • Do you think anyone can be a leader? Why or why not?

Materials required (not included):

  • Screen & speakers for viewing video
  • Flashcards, Tape, Pens
  • Word Cloud on <www.mentimeter.com> (create free account)

NB: Purchase includes access to streamable video and downloadable resources for 6 months.

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