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Lesson 29 Choices Have Consequences

Teen Leadership Lesson 29 - Choices Have Consequences
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Charles Moseley

on 30 January 2012

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Transcript of Lesson 29 Choices Have Consequences

Lesson 29 Choices Have Consequences If your brother, sister, or friend does something that irritates you, how can you handle the situation? What can you choose to do? Journal All the things we've covered so far concerning Personal Responsibility have brought us to the topic . . . Choices Have Consequences! Work with your shoulder partner to formulate a list of ten situations that would have consequences. What are consequences? What are "immediate consequences?" Work with your shoulder partner to formulate a list of ten situations that would have consequences. Work with your shoulder partner to formulate a list of ten situations that would have consequences. What are "delayed consequences?" Why is it important for a leader to consider the consequences of his actions? Why is it important for a leader to consider all of his alternatives? Lesson 30 Accepting Responsibility What areas of your life do you have the hardest time accepting responsiblity for? Why do we so often blame others for our failures? How can we become more responsible for our lives? Letter Writing: Write a letter to someone who has had a positive influence on your life. Your letter is due at the end of class.
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