Describe the most dangerous situation you’ve ever been in.
Write about a time when you persuaded someone to do something, or a situation in which you were persuaded to do something about which you felt hesitant. Describe the consequences and feelings that resulted.
Describe a situation in which you felt trapped. How did you behave?
Frequently humour is developed around dull-witted characters who do not understand what is going on. Give an account of such a situation either from experience or from a television program or movie you have seen.
Recall a situation you experienced or know about in which one or more people totally misinterpreted the evidence in front of them. What happened?
Recall a situation in which a plan or important project that you and your group undertook did not turn out as you had hoped. How did you react? How did the others react? What did you decide to do?
Reflect on a situation where you took a strong stand on principle about an issue that other people did not think was important. What did you gain or lose by doing this?
Write about a time when telling one lie or doing one wrong thing put you in a situation where, to cover your first lie, you had to tell more. How did you finally break the cycle of lies? (If this hasn’t happened to you, think of a time when it could have happened.)