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Curso: Tics en Inglés         Sede: A BROWN
Capacitadora: Lic. Stella Maris Saubidet Oyhamburu                  Año: 2011
Planning for classroom implementation
CLASS: 5th                                              NUMBER OF STUDENTS 17
ESTIMATED TIME:  2 periods (40 min
To raise awareness of:
-     The violence at school comes from thinking different than others and avoid speaking before that,even missbehaving towards them.

-    improving their behavior to others in the community within the school uploading a blog there

 To understand that others belong to different cultures and families and they may think differently.
-To be aware that internet can help others.
-To give advice and say obligations
 -To recognise possitive and negative adjectives 

Lead – up activities

Task 1
The teacher will send some photos to the students with intranet.
The teacher will ask the student to say what they think is good or bad and where the situations  usually happen.

The teacher will write some adjectives, as  key words, the students mention about their opinions on the blackboard.

Core task

Task 1
The teacher will ask them to watch a video and say where the problem takes place and who made the video

Task 2
The students will watch a video from You Tube.

 Task 3
The teacher will ask the students if they can recognize the the words in WORDLE
Then,the students will have to match the meaning of some words from wordle.

______________ not false or misleading; genuine  
_____________ something that indicates the farthest limit, as of an area; border  
_____________  is a form of aggressive behavior manifested by the use of force or coercion to affect others, particularly when the behavior is habitual and involves an imbalance of power.
_____________  a person who makes trouble, esp. between people 
_____________ an attitude of deference, admiration, or esteem; regard 

The teacher will try to elicit what type of words (adjectives)are the previous ones and the ones from the blackboard.
The teacher will write adjectives above the words on the blackboard.

Task 4 
The teacher will hand a photocopy and ask them to match the words with the opposites and colour in red the possitive adjectives and in blue the negative ones.

honest                  generous
pacifier                war
false                   illegitimate
selfish                 modest
ambitious               authentic

 Task 6
The teacher will ask them to discuss in groups of 5  about the adjectives in blue and try to elicit from them the meaning of missbehaving.
what can we do in order to change missbehaving?

-The teacher will ask them 
Why do young people missbehave? in order to elicit  from them what dropout is.

The students will read a text a say what tips "do something.org" suggest in order to prevent missbehaving.

Action Tips: Don't Be a Statistic Day

Statistics are just a bunch of numbers, but behind the statistics are stories – high school drop-out statistics tell stories of many students struggling to keep up with school and life, HIV statistics tell stories of a person whose life changed forever in a matter of seconds, etc. Here's a way to help people understand the statistics and leave a lasting impression they can see and feel. Sometimes you just have to see it to believe it.

Step 1

A demonstration like this will have a big impact so you'll definitely need to get this cleared with your school first. Approach your principal with a proposal for a demonstration that raises awareness and helps to discourage dropping out (or whatever other cause you choose to demonstrate).

Step 2

Find a relevant statistic that conveys a clear point about your cause. The statistic can apply to a day a week or a year, you'll recognize what stat would be most appropriate later on (Make sure the number is accurate though).
The point of this demonstration is to use the school community itself to represent the statistic, let me show you what we mean:
The cause you’ve chosen is high school dropouts. Let's say for example that each year nearly 5% of students drop out of high school (NOTE: This is not a real statistic! The stats are a great deal more horrific.). Persuade 5% of the students in your school to wear a special shirt, or anything, to distinguish them from the rest of the students. Now the community can visually grasp the issue; as they pass through the halls or while they eat lunch. They'll have a visual representation of the magnitude of the problem. If there are 1000 students attending your high school, you can expect to see 50 students walking the halls representing just how many people are at risk of dropping out. Even with a low statistic like 5%, chances are there'll probably be one in your own class, at your own table or one with a locker beside yours.
Some other suggestions would be to have people sign the shirts of those randomly selected to wear distinguishing shirts. Naturally, there will be a lot of signatures showing just how large of an impact even one dropout has on the community they're a part of. Displaying the signed shirts afterwards will leave a dramatic impression.
Alternatives are covering random lockers to match your stat, for example 5% of all the lockers. Perhaps for a few days 5% more of the lockers can be randomly covered to show how many students in the community you expect to drop out by the end of the year. The more dramatic, the larger the impact - be creative! (Again, just be sure to get permission from the administration.)

Step 3

Ask friends, classmates and teachers to help you out by volunteering. Also make sure the way you intend to represent the statistic is appropriate, and have the principal's okay.

Step 4

Remember: while you're making a huge point about the severity of the problem, you're also trying to help reduce the numbers and support those at risk. Make sure to include some helpful information like pamphlets or fact sheets that are easy to make and distribute. Links, names and other resources are all helpful. If you've arranged a team of helpers for the day of the demonstration, remind them of their duties and the objective; having each of them help spread the word and support the cause makes this kind of demonstration that much more influential.

Step 5

See the results. Get feedback from people. See what they thought, what parts impacted them the most, and see how your participants felt all day. Share these results and observations with the rest of your school when you're done.

Step 6

Make sure to thank everyone involved and encourage them to provide continual support for causes such as this within and beyond the community.
  • Consider having such an event on a day that is relevant to your cause. For example, if your cause if Teen Pregnancy, do it in May on National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy.
  • Make a greater impact by making it a yearly event.
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-The teacher will ask them 
What would you do at school in order to prevent dropout and missbehaving?

-The teacher will write sentences the students mention related to: giving advices and obligations highligting them in blue, in order to avoid violence.
-The teacher will write advices and obligations at the top of the sentences.
-The teacher will hand them in colour papers and ask them to write more sentences giving advices and obligations. Then, they will use them
  • You should  call the police first.
  • You should ask for help.
  • You shouldn´t go on talking to the people who bother you.
  • You have to talk before disscusing.
 Final task

The students will design a blog for helping to prevent being victims of violence in their school.
First, they will work in groups of 5 and design some questions to interview other students about the problems at school and what advices they would say to avoid missbehaving.
They will take notes and include them in their blog.
Then, they will design a graph with percentages of the problems with power point.
They will make a list of steps to behave correctly with other not depending on race, different ways of thinking, or age.
They will select a name for the page voting themselves. 
The blog will be watched for all the members of the school and their families.