Form pairs or groups of four. Think of the situations when you have to choose between two things. Make a list of those situations. Some of them may be minor or trivial things - for example, what to wear when going out. Some choices may be related to important things, for example, having to decide between games and studies, whether to confront a close friend about something that he/she did, owning up to your mistakes, etc.
- Discuss how to decide what to choose.
- Write about what you feel when your decision proves right.
- Write about what you feel when you regret the decision.
|Situation 1 - Which Chapter to omit while studying for the examination?|
|Discuss how to decide what to choose.||This decision should be taken on the basis of how important the chapter is -its pros and cons.|
Write about what you feel when your decision proves right.
|I feel overwhelmed and more confident while giving the exam.|
Write about what you feel when you regret the decision.
|I feel crestfallen but it gives me a new desire to start up with something new.|
|Situation 2 - Decision on a career.|
|Discuss how to decide what to choose.||Not just better income but also whether I have the skills and experience and the desire to take up the challenge of a new job.|
|Write about what you feel when your decision proves right.||It is a feeling of great happiness and pleasure that lifts up the spirit. I would have a more positive attitude in life.|
|Write about what you feel when you regret the decision.||It would upset me and I would almost have a physical reaction of wanting to get away from the situation.|