Activity Overview

Once students have learned to analyze consequences of a decision and understand the processes behind decision-making, it's time to have them put those practices into action. This worksheet asks students to consider a decision they have to make. It may be what to study in college, what job to take for the summer break, or even whether or not they want to play a sport this year. The decision can be personal or related to school.

Based on their proposed solutions, students should pick one. At a later date, depending on the class schedule or type of decision, students should check back in with their written choices and see if their assessments were accurate. This is a great way for students to not only put words to their decisions, but also for them to continue developing their understanding of the decision-making process.

Clicking "Use This Assignment" will copy the worksheet into your teacher account. While you can choose to assign this to students on Storyboard That, the worksheet is made to be printed out! Feel free to edit any of it as desired to ask additional questions or provide different instructions. Once you've finished, save and print!

Template and Class Instructions

(These instructions are completely customizable. After clicking "Copy Activity", update the instructions on the Edit Tab of the assignment.)

  1. Click "Start Assignment".
  2. Follow the prompts to brainstorm a solution for a problem you are having.
  3. Assess each possible outcome and consequences, then choose a solution.
  4. Be sure to check in later and note outcomes of your choice.
  5. Save and Exit

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