Personal Identity WheelOverviewThe Personal Identity Wheel is a worksheet activity that encourages students to reflect onhow they identify outside of social identifiers. The worksheet prompts students to listadjectives they would use to describe themselves, skills they have, favorite books,hobbies, etc. Unlike the Social Identity Wheel, this worksheet does not emphasizeperception or context. It is best used as an icebreaker activity or in conjunction with theSocial Identity Wheel in order to encourage students to reflect on the relationships anddissonances between their personal and social identities. The wheels can be used as aprompt for small or large group discussion or reflective writing on identity by using theSpectrum Activity Questions on Identity.Goals1)When used as an icebreaker, this activity can be used to help students find commonground with their peers and learn more about one another, helping students buildcommunity.2)When used in conjunction with the Social Identity Wheel, the Personal Identity Wheelcan be further interrogated to consider how students’ identities are or aren’t informedby their social identities.