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***Suitable for Upper Middle and High School- Level students/Young Adults
This resource includes:
------ 24 Peer Pressure Scenario WORKSHEETS (Writing Responses)
------ 24 Peer Pressure COLORED Task Cards
------ 24 Peer Pressure B&W Task Cards
------ LIST of Peer Pressure Scenarios (for easier access)
Peer pressure is real and all too common! Teens constantly experience all kinds of peer pressure both in and out of school. Peer pressure can ultimately affect teens' decision-making. It's often hard to navigate difficult situations and say no, especially when there is a strong human need to fit in and feel important. This resource focuses on negative peer pressure, providing opportunities for teachers, educators, counselors, and parents to help students make better decisions when it comes to awkward or difficult situations, say no when they have to, and think about possible consequences of their decisions.
The scenarios encourage students to think about and practice how to:
This resource features (and is centered around) 24 REAL-LIFE, peer pressure scenarios/situations that teens and young adults experience daily in school and out of school. Students read the scenarios and write, discuss, or create role-plays/skits on how to maturely handle peer pressure in these situations.
This resource includes 24 Peer Pressure Scenario Task Cards that come in the following variations:
The Scenario Task Cards can be used as part of a larger lesson, in guided small groups, whole-class discussions, partner discussion before sharing out with the larger group or class, or even one-on-one with a teacher, guidance counselor, or parent/guardian! These two different Task Cards variations contain the same scenarios. You can print the Task Cards out on gloss paper or regular paper and laminate. You may also organize them in a binder ring.
This resource also includes 24 WORKSHEETS with lines, so students can write their responses. The worksheets include the same scenarios in the Task Cards. These worksheets are great for “Quick Writes,” Do Now activities, Note-Taking/Reflection periods, Formative Assessments, or can simply be used as part of a larger lesson or discussion! They include breath-taking borders, fonts, and clip arts by other contributing artists.
LIST of Social Skills Scenarios
Also included is a 3-page LIST OF SCENARIOS to allow easier access for teachers to read and select scenarios to work with. It’s like an overview page of the scenarios listed in the Task Cards!
How/When To Use the Scenario Task Cards