Students will learn to be verbally responsive, react to peer pressure situations, and also how to say “No” to the temptations of other people. Have your class read and discuss Kip Jones’ The Power of a Positive No from the Urban Character Education series. After the discussion students will work on the G.O.T. to Be a Way Out worksheet. Extend the learning with The Power of a Positive No Activity Guide with more to choose from!
This exercise is recommended for grades 3–8.
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