Part 1: Setting the Scene
Choose one of the Lot in Life scenarios. Do not choose a scenario that you have already experienced as a parent. That defeats the purpose of the 3-part assignment.
You should elaborate on the scenario by writing a 1-2 page letter to a relative or close friend, or as a diary entry, from the perspective of a parent writing about his or her child. Your letter/diary should explain what happened, what issues you will look into and research, and perhaps some thoughts as to how you might approach the situation. If the scenario you have chosen is touched on in your textbook you can mention what you are learning in the class you are taking. You may slightly alter the scenario to fit your own situation if it is “true” for you. It is not necessary to submit your selection to me, unless it more than slightly different from any of those suggested.
Your paper should have a cover sheet that lists your name, the BEHS section number, the scenario you have chosen (not the number), and finally, whether or not the Lot in Life is true or not true for you. It is “true” if it is something you are currently dealing with or likely to face in the future; “not true” if it is a hypothetical scenario for you.
You must read the guidelines