Responsibility Classroom Guidance Lesson for Elementary School Counseling

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This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson introduces students to responsible decision-making. Review what it means to be responsible and 4 questions students can ask themselves to check for responsibility when they make choices. Play an interactive PowerPoint game in which students decide is given choices are "responsible magic" or "sticky spells" (not so responsible!). Students create a flip book to remind them of the responsible decision-making questions they can ask themselves!

Includes lesson plan (objectives, outline/script, materials list, ASCA standards alignment, suggested process, perception, and outcome data measures), ready-to-show PowerPoint with interactive game (PowerPoint is NOT editable), student flip book (color and black/white), pre-test/post-tests, and objectives assessment checklist.

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