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Lesson: Include Someone, Make a Difference

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Meanwhile at Jump City School…

In this resolution inspired by the "Include Someone" lesson and Cartoon Network storyboard, we learn that if you work together, you're golden!

Level

Grade 7

Type

Narrative, Social-Emotional Learning

This story was written in response to the Include Someone, Make a Difference lesson. Issa, student from 826NYC, chose to write an inclusive ending to finish the storyboard created by Cartoon Network:

Include Someone Jump City School Storyboard

Wondering what happens next? Read on to discover Issa’s inclusive resolution:

… Beast Boy says, “Let’s work together!” Robin agrees with Beast Boy and they recreate the project. They grab their nice shiny tools. They are having good teamwork and create a bigger and better project! Their project is nice and shiny and made with gold! They eventually become best friends forever.

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Grades 3–5
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Include Someone, Make a Difference

by 826 National and Cartoon Network

Lesson Summary

This lesson encourages students to consider and write about the myriad ways to include someone, stop bullying before it starts, and make a difference.

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