Many of our high school students, special education or not, struggle with knowing when they should report something they see or hear to an adult, or whether they should keep it to themselves. These 42 scenario cards cover a wide range of common events that occur in the lives of high school students. They are written with no bias in one direction, which allows for young adults to come up with their own ideas and reasons for their opinion. These cards are perfect to use in group sessions with other students, or even for parents to use with their own children, so that young adults can debate using assigned perspectives without feeling judged.
This product is included in a color version as well as a black and white version to save money on ink when printing.
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