Reflection: Real World Applications Role Playing - Peer Pressure - Section 1: Day 1

 

The ideas for this lesson were adapted from The Cool Spot, which addresses numerous situations that teens face in their everyday experiences (drugs, alcohol, bullying).  Recently we discussed bullying in class, so I selected Peer Pressure as an appropriate topic to use to introduce role playing.

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Role Playing - Peer Pressure

Unit 8: Listening and Speaking
Lesson 1 of 4

Objective: SWBAT coherently engage in role playing scenarios, emphasizing pertinent details while using appropriate voice techniques

Big Idea: Can peer pressure ever be positive?

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