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This task card set includes 16 difficult work situations or ethical workplace dilemmas.
I use this as warm-ups to get students talking, or as discussion prompts. Task cards can be used in a variety of ways! Some ideas are included below:
Ways to Use Task Cards in the Classroom
As Warm-ups at the beginning of the period. Students write their responses in journals.
As journal or discussion prompts.
As Exit Ticket questions.
Split students into small groups and ask them to discuss one of the cards.
Split students into small groups and ask them to script out the scenario and the resolution; then perform in front of class.
With Jenga: number the blocks. Each student takes turns drawing blocks. Another student finds the correct card and reads it for the first student to answer.
As assessment, at the end of a unit.
NOTE: If using in pairs/small group: discussing the situation as a large group at the end helps bring dimension to suggested resolutions.
INCLUDED in this product:
- Google Slides Editable version
- 16 difficult workplace discussion questions to get students talking
"You’re working at a local ice cream shop.
Your friend, Angie, stops in to visit you.
It’s a slow time and nobody else is in the shop.
“Just give me a couple scoops for free,” she says, “They’ll never know!
The manager won’t be in for another hour.
What would you do? What could you say?"
These task cards can be laminated and cut out, or cut out as is! Included is also one page of task card "back" designs!
Thank you and Happy Teaching!
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