Health Project, Decision Making Unit

Health Project, Decision Making Unit

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  • Realizing the Problem
  • Hey! I got some tickets to our favorite band! Wanna come with me?
  • OK!
  • Oh no! Tomorrow the Science project is due and I haven't even started yet!
  • To Do:                        Date: March 15th Science Project, Due March 16th
  • Let me think about it! I'll tell you soon.
  • Should I go with her to the concert, or work on the project?
  • Option 1
  • Hmm, If I stay at home and work on the project, I could get a grade and better grade, but I will be missing my favorite band play, and they wont be back in town.
  • Option 2
  • Or I can go to the concert with Mary, and have a great time, but I will get a 0 on the project and will be failing science class. Ughh, this is so frustrating!
  • Veronica realizes an important project is due the next day, and she didn't even start. But her friend, Mary, won tickets to her favorite show. She doesn't know whether to go to the show or stay home and do the project.
  • Option 3
  • Maybe I can do some of the project and then go with Mary for the concert, but I will still get a bad grade, but it is better than nothing. Ughhh, this choice is stressing me out so much!!
  • Right now Veronica is pondering what choice she is going to make. There are some negative consequences for all of her choices, she doesn't know which one to pick.
  • Final Decision
  • Ok! I have decided what I'm going to do. Hopefully she is going to be ok with this.
  • Veronica is starting to get stressed out with the decision, she doesn't want to abandon her friend, but she can't fail this project that she is doing.
  • Tells Mary Her Decision
  • So, are you coming or not?
  • To Do:                        Date: March 15th Science Project, Due March 16th
  • Bye!
  • Veronica is relaly starting to stress out about her decision. She doesn't know what to do! She is hoping she can figure out a decision very soon.
  • She has finally decided what choice she is going to make. She hopes that Mary understand the choice she made.
  • Veronica goes and tells Mary what she has decided on. She hopes that she understands her choice, and she did! And so Mary left and let Veronica be and let her do the project.
  • It's ok! I understand that. Go ahead and get started and I'll get going. Bye Veronica!!
  • No, I can't, sorry. My science project is due tomorrow, and I haven't started it yet. I also need to raise my average, so I need to do this project. I hope you can understand that.
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