Each team is responsible for researching their topic, writing their own informational content, locating graphics and background images, and coding the material into HTML.
Disclaimer: By necessity, not all of the answers provided are complete and exhaustive. A fresh and accurate approach to questions such as: “Is the unborn human less than human? How can you still be a friend to someone you know that has a “reputation”, while keeping your reputation pure and blameless?
Give actors and readers time to read over their lines so they are comfortable with the material. If there is only one leader, just hold an open discussion with the group.
Their challenge will be to design and publish a Web site for other teens to find information on the subject. Students are first introduced to the key concepts surrounding teen dating violence.Show any of these short video clips from "Love is Not Abuse" and discuss. Curriculum from Liz Claiborne has also been recommended by FCCLA.You may obtain an e-mailed copy from Love is Not Abuse Download the lesson plan.(Ive found it best never to push kids into these kinds of things.) Tell them to be dramatic, which tends to make it funny, as well as pointed.
Youll need two male and two female actors, as well as six bible verse readers.
Do any of you know of someone who is in an abusive dating relationship?
Without giving any names, what type of conditions exist?
Why not tell your folks that you need to go to the library Saturday for some report that you have to do.
"Dating Violence Detectives" Estimated Time of Completion: Four or five 50-minute periods I. (Note: limiting each team to one Web page will make it easier to link them together into a cohesive site.) One group will also be responsible for creating the homepage and navigation bar.
Divide the class into teams that will each create one page apiece for one or more of the topics discussed.