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This Powerpoint helps students understand what it means to take action. The students watch several videos and answer questions along the way to make sure they understand what it means to take action. This will be especially useful for students that are part of the International Baccalaurette programme.
This is a fantastic way for students to understand how to take action in their own school and community. It was beneficial for students to see other action plans that students had in different areas and how other children believe that they can make a difference. This may motivate them to create their own plan of action and give them the confidence to do so. The use of videos with text helps support visual and auditory learners. Also, the "We Are One" video unites all cultures and even offers captions in different languages. All of the links work and take you to the correct slide. I like how you repeat what the student selected before giving an explanation to reaffirm his/her choice.
The embedded videos did not play when I clicked on them in the PowerPoint. However, I looked each up on YouTube and was able to view them.
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2 years ago
Outstanding presentation for who are working on positive behaviors in their schools.