This is a 14 slide READY-TO-USE LESSON (no prep) PowerPoint presentation guidance lesson based on the book, "Don't Squeal Unless It's A Big Deal", that covers the topics of tattling versus reporting, solving problems by talking, and being an up-stander to bullying. It has links to a 5 videos regarding how to tell the difference between tattling and reporting, one of which is a video of Counselor Bev reading the book, "Don't Squeal Unless It's A Big Deal". The other videos include explanation of the difference between tattling and reporting as well as scenarios to test their understanding.
Concepts covered include:
Tattling VS Reporting
Talking about problems to solve them
Being an UP-stander
Importance of reporting to prevent injury or harm.
It includes 20 slides which has transitions and animations to help to hold your students' interest.
Additionally, I have included a worksheet activity that you can copy and paste into a document for your students to use.
Videos are NOT embedded, but are links. I do not own all of them, so if there is a problem with a broken link or something else, please let me know so that I can repair and fix the presentation for you. Anytime you have technology incorporated, you have the risk of having related issues.
Just a FYI- links do not work in editing mode in Powerpoint. They are only active in presentation mode. Please be aware of this.
Please play fair. This is intended for single classroom use only and should not be distributed or published without written permission from Counselor Bev. Copyright 2017 Counselor Bev