Tattling Vs Reporting Escape Room Guidance Lesson Mission Tattling Vs Reporting
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This Tattling Vs Reporting Guidance Lesson is extremely interactive and fun! Students divide into groups and must work as a team to identify the differences between tattling and reporting as they move around the room to solve all 5 missions.
This interactive guidance lesson is similar to a scavenger hunt or escape room!
5 Missions to Complete:
- Mission 1: Sorting Activity
- Mission 2: Definition Scramble
- Mission 3: Act it Out
- Mission 4: Draw a Picture
- Mission 5: Write Examples
Included in this Activity:
- Administrator Guide
- Photo Examples
- Easy to Read Kid Instructions
- 5 Interactive Missions
- "Basic Introduction to Tattling Vs Reporting" Review
Understanding the difference between Tattling and Reporting is a key component of bullying prevention education and educator sanity. Helping students to identify when a behavior needs to be reported is crucial for student safety.
At a minimum, this lesson will allow students to define the difference between tattling and reporting.
Who is this designed for?
"Mission: Tattling Vs. Reporting” is designed for students grades 2-6. It can also be modified to work for other grades.
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