Vulnerability as a Positive Thing, By: Hina Khan

Vulnerability as a Positive Thing, By: Hina Khan
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A storyboard was created in which characters, who are at first reluctant, come to see vulnerability as a positive thing

Storyboard Text

  • Student Demonstrates Vulnerability to Classmates
  • Haha! You're right, Lisa!
  • Haha!
  • Hey Lisa, I've been struggling with math. Can you help me with the homework after class, please?
  • I don't think so! Maybe you should stop sleeping in class and pay attention!
  • Classmates Discover the Reason for His Vulnerability
  • Mom, why is this happening to me? I'm not even doing well in my classes!
  • Dan, I am so sorry but the doctors just told me your condition is getting worse.
  • We made a mistake...
  • Classmates Talk About How They Treated a Student Wrongly
  • Yeah... We should be more accepting of the neediness and dependence of others instead of blaming people for them.
  • Me neither... We shouldn't have treated him that way just because he was being needy.
  • I didn't know there was something wrong with Dan... How could we be so ignorant?
  • Classmate Tells Student That They Can Depend on Them for Help
  • Thank you, Lisa! I don't know how I could have gotten through this without your help.
  • Hey Dan, I just wanted to apologize for the way I treated you earlier. I should've known that when you exposed your vulnerability it was a sign of strength, not weakness. You can depend on me for help. We can work together to overcome the challenges you're having in math.
  • Classmates Apologize to Student
  • It's okay. It means a lot to me that you would all want to help!
  • I am so sorry for the way we treated you, Dan. I can help you with anything you need too. Can you please forgive me?
  • l'm really sorry too, Dan! You can depend on me for help with your classes as well!
  • Student and Classmates Become Friends
  • I had a lot of fun too! Thank you so much for all of your help! See you tomorrow!
  • Working on homework together was a lot of fun, Dan! We should do it more often! Let me know if you need any more help tomorrow and we can work on it! Bye!
  • Bye Dan!
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