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- Provided in this bundle are 7 separate activities on the subject of CREATING REPUTATIONS. Handouts are student friendly and ready to pass out; parental involvement is a theme throughout the unit and required on homework assignments. Digital Citizenship (online reputations) are discussed, and there i$22.91$40.92Save $18.01
As our students begin to mature, it is important to have conversations about reputation - discussing the reputations they currently have, desire, and want to avoid. This activity begins independently. Students are first required to complete half the chart alone before finding a partner to share. After the answers have been shared, partners will offer advice for students to then add to their chart. For example, students will write: More than anything else, I want to have a reputation for being...and then their partner will advise them on 3 things they can do to get this reputation and 3 things that would ruin this reputation.
For homework, students will read their chart to a parent or trusted adult asking them 8 questions and writing down what they say. For example, parents will be asked: Do you agree that this is a good reputation for me to develop? Why? What do you think about my partner’s advice for how to develop this reputation?
This activity is for MATURE STUDENTS ONLY!