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Activity Overview


Students may not be thinking about the consequences of their actions at all times. This activity is a great opportunity for students to think, "consequence first". The students will create a chart that depicts both a refusal and a "give in" to the same pressure. The give in will show the negative consequences of their actions. The refusal will show the positive outcome of refusing to give into peer pressure. The refusal could be any kind discussed earlier in the previous activities.


Give In

The give in is when the victim falls for the peer pressure.


Light Modifications:

Lower Level: Use the first cell from the example storyboard, but leave the other cells blank and ask the students to continue the story.

Lesson Plan Reference

Grade Level 6-12

Difficulty Level 4 (Difficult / Complex)

Type of Assignment Individual, Partner, or Group



Template and Class Instructions

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Student Instructions

Create a chart storyboard that shows the consequences of an unsuccessful and successful refusal.

  1. Click "Start Assignment".
  2. In the first cell, create the pressure situation. Copy the contents of the cell into the cell below it.
  3. Label each row with your chosen refusal skill and give in.
  4. Create the decision scene for both refusal and give in.
  5. In the last cells, show the positive and negative outcomes of the decision.
  6. Save and submit your storyboard.


Rubric

(You can also create your own on Quick Rubric.)



Consequences of Unsuccessful Refusal Skills
Students will create a chart storyboard depicting the consequences of a successful and unsuccessful refusal.
Proficient Emerging Beginning
Peer Pressure, Successful Refusal and Unsuccessful Refusal
There is a clear peer pressure with a distinction between successful refusal and the give in.
Either the peer pressure was unclear or the refusal/give in was not shown.
Neither the peer pressure and responses were correctly shown.
Positive Consequences
After the successful refusal there is a positive outcome from refusing negative peer pressure.
The positive consequence is not justifying the importance of the refusal.
After the successful refusal there is no positive outcome from refusing negative peer pressure.
Negative Consequences
After the character gives into the peer pressure, there is a negative outcome outcome from giving into peer pressure.
The negative consequence is not justifying the importance of the refusal.
After the character gives into the peer pressure, there is no negative outcome from giving into peer pressure.
Conventions
There are few to no grammar or spelling mistakes.
There are some grammar or spelling mistakes, but understanding of refusal is clear.
There are too many grammar or spelling mistakes, creating an unclear understanding of content.




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