Crafting Character: Unpacking the Traits of High Agency People ~ English Lesson

Crafting Character: Unpacking the Traits of High Agency People ~ English Lesson

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Enzo engages in a conversation with his butler about the concept of "high agency people." They discuss the characteristics that distinguish these individuals, such as pursuing unique interests, possessing energy and decisiveness, having independent opinions, demonstrating resourcefulness, and engaging in meaningful communication. Enzo learns that being a high agency person requires balance, timing, and a lifelong pursuit of personal growth and meaningful goals. Equipped with this newfound understanding, Enzo prepares to navigate the vast seas of human potential.

Level: Advanced Length: Medium

Worksheet pages: 36 Worksheet format: pdf

Worksheet Content

✔️ Summary with Key Takeaways ✔️ Key Vocabulary ✔️ Comprehension Questions ✔️ True or False Statements ✔️ Connect Vocabulary to Definition ✔️ Vocabulary Fill in the Blanks ✔️ Phrasal Verbs Lesson ✔️ Phrasal Verbs Fill in the Blanks Exercises ✔️ Idioms and Phrases ✔️ Glossary ✔️ Answer Key

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Key Vocabulary

  • proactive :: Taking action to make things happen rather than waiting for them to happen
  • penchant :: A strong liking or preference for something
  • operationalize :: To put into practical or operational use
  • decorum :: Behavior that is in keeping with good taste and propriety
  • metaphorical :: Using metaphor or symbolic language to describe something
  • relic :: An object surviving from an earlier time, especially one of historical or sentimental interest
  • navigate :: Determine or plan a route or course of action
  • contemplative :: Deeply thoughtful or reflective
  • constellation :: A group of stars that form a pattern in the sky
  • sonnet :: A 14-line poem with a specific rhyme scheme and meter
  • hallmark :: A characteristic or feature that is typical or indicative of something
  • compass :: A device used for finding direction, typically with a magnetic needle
  • forge :: Shape or create (something), especially with difficulty
  • limelight :: The center of public attention or interest
  • sake :: The reason or purpose for doing something

Phrasal Verbs

  • come away :: To leave a place or situation with a particular feeling or impression
  • look out :: To be watchful or vigilant; to keep a lookout.
  • move away :: To leave or relocate from a particular place or situation.
  • speak to :: To have a particular meaning or significance to someone
  • stand out :: To be easily noticeable or to attract attention because of being different or better than others.
  • step back :: To move backwards or away from something or someone, usually in order to create space or distance or to give someone else a chance to take control or speak.
  • step up :: To take action or make an effort to improve or achieve something.
  • take in :: To understand or comprehend something, especially when it is complex or overwhelming.
  • take up :: To begin or start doing something as a hobby or interest
  • think back :: To remember or reflect on past events or experiences.

Idioms & Expressions

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