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The Best Prezi Ever
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Locate your options. 3.Evalute the altetrnatives.
To figure out the outcome of all the alternatives 4. Make the decision.
To decide what you want to do 5. Implement your decision.
To do the decision that you make 1. State the problem.
Figure out what the problem is We think the boy should go to
sleep-over party with his friends. We think this becuase those are his friends and he will probably be made fun of or get beat up at the popular kids party. Scenario 3
A not so popular student has invited you to a sleep over at a birthday party on Friday night. You have
accepted the invitation and are planning to attend. On Wednesday, you are invited to a boy‐girl party for
the same Friday night by one of the most popular students in your school, someone you have hoped to
become friends with. After talking with your friends, you realize most of them will attend the boy‐girl
party. Your parents have told you it is your decision, but that you should attend the party you responded
to first. You really want to be a part of the popular crowd. What do you do? Aram By:Nadya And Karina Outcome #2 He goes to the nerd party and has fun with all his friends, but doesn't get to hang out with the popular kids. Outcome #1 He goes to the popular party and disapoints his friends, but the popular kids like him Answer