This worksheet is intended to be used with Leslie Morgan Steiner's TED Talk, "Why Domestic Violence Victims Don't Leave." It is appropriate for most high school-level Social Studies, Health, Life Skills, or Service Learning classes.
The video, worksheet, and class discussion (recommended) can be completed in one class period. I often use this resource as part of a unit on domestic violence. In my Life Skills and Service learning classes, I generally devote at least a week to this topic. This lesson, combined with guest speakers and service-learning opportunities can be an incredibly powerful and meaningful education opportunity for most students.
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This resource includes a worksheet, answer key and list of key vocabulary terms (flashcards).
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