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"Bigger Than or Less Than"

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Summary

Participants understand power dynamics and feel encouraged to be peacebuilders.

Instructional Strategies

1. Using bigger than, less than, or equal signs, role-play different scenarios youth face on a day to day basis to evaluate whether or not a situation feels �equal.� 2. If the situation doesn�t feel equal have them use the bigger than or less than sign to determine who holds the power. 3. Have a discussion about how to make the situation more equal. A scenario might include a child feeling left out on the playground, someone making all the rules and not allowing input from others, or one child pushing another child. 4. A follow-up conversation could include �what do you do if you see this happening?� to encourage bystanders to be peacebuilders.

Participant Tasks

1. Using bigger than, less than, or equal signs, role-play different scenarios youth face on a day to day basis to evaluate whether or not a situation feels �equal.� 2. If the situation doesn�t feel equal, use the bigger than or less than sign to determine who holds the power. 3. Have a discussion about how to make the situation more equal. A scenario might include a child feeling left out on the playground, someone making all the rules and not allowing input from others, or one child pushing another child. 4. A follow-up conversation could include �what do you do if you see this happening?� to encourage bystanders to be peacebuilders.

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