Decision making skills- an essential life skill! This product is a PowerPoint lesson to teach students how to make good choices. The lesson begins with a discussion question and transitions into a short problem solving story. A decision making model is then introduced and the students practice making good choices using the decision making model.
Included in this resource is:
*Discussion prompt about what a choice is to get students thinking and talking.
*A detailed discussion of what a choice is.
*A visual chart of a decision making model students can use to help make good choices. Also included is an explanation of how to use this model and a practice sample choice to make.
*A 7 slide short story where the children are required to make a decision and have differing opinions on what the best choice is.
* Discussion questions regarding the story along with a visual chart to help see how the decision making model is applied to the story.
* 11 scenarios for students to discuss and problem solve using the decision making model chart.
* Conversation extenders are included in selected slides in the notes section.
* Also included is the EDITABLE PowerPoint so you can make revisions applicable to your student's needs and the non-editable version to help protect the formatting I used.
You may also be interested in this lesson for more ways to help foster decision making and problem solving skills: Stuck in a Jam - A decision making and problem solving lesson and activity
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