Part of making decisions is thinking about the consequences of each choice. In this activity, students will be presented with several scenarios. They should illustrate the consequences of a negative decision and make a positive decision. These scenarios are ones they hopefully won’t face, but will now be prepared for. The template example will have three different types of pressures that cause them to make a quick decision.
The three initial scenarios can be modified or adapted to fit the educational goals in your classroom. The ones provided are different peer pressures. Asking your students to develop their own scenarios may help personalize the learning objective and get them thinking about scenarios they see themselves encountering in the future.
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Continue the storyboard to show negative consequences and positive decision making.
Grade Level 9-12
Difficulty Level 3 (Developing to Mastery)
Type of Assignment Individual, Partner, or Group
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