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"What Should We Do?"

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Summary

Participants brainstorm how to deal with different situations where they might be able to help.

Instructional Strategies

1. Show pictures and/or video of certain situations at school and in the surrounding neighborhood that elicit a desire to help. 2. For example, find pictures of garbage on the floor, an elderly person dropping their cane, a person not able to get through a door because their hands are full, a child crying or looking sad, or classmates arguing or fighting. 3. Hold a classroom discussion about how everyone thinks they should respond. 4. For younger children, present pictures of three possible responses and have them indicate the response they would choose.

Participant Tasks

1. Look at pictures and/or video of certain situations at school and in the surrounding neighborhood that elicit a desire to help. 2. For example, look at pictures of garbage on the floor, an elderly person dropping their cane, a person not able to get through a door because their hands are full, a child crying or looking sad, or classmates arguing or fighting. 3. Participate in a classroom discussion about how everyone thinks they should respond.

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