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Downloadable Activity: Values (13 & Counting: Does a Hamburger Really Have to Be Round?)

Classroom Activity for Teaching Students the Social Skill of "Clarifying Values and Beliefs"

Author:
Tamara Zentic, MS
SKU:
DA-53-004-51
$1.99

Description

This activity will allow students to clarify their values and beliefs by starting out the lesson listing the top 7 to 10 most important things in their lives. Once they think of what they are thankful for, they can build on that to identify their values. Throughout the mind-mapping activity, students will practice zest by showing enthusiasm and will learn to process the concept of gratitude. 

This exercise is from Tamara Zentic's 13 & Counting: Does a Hamburger Really Have to Be Round? and is recommended for grades 7-12.

Materials needed:

    • Paper
    • Pencils
    • White poster board or butcher paper
    • Markers, paints, colored pencils, crayons
    • "Mind Map" example (provided as a PDF)
    • Boys Town Social Skill poster, "Clarifying Values and Beliefs" (provided as a PDF)

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Produced by Boys Town Press

 

 

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Author:
Tamara Zentic, MS
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