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Lesson: Include Someone, Make a Difference

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Meanwhile at Jump City School…

By Christian, 826michigan

In this resolution inspired by the "Include Someone" lesson and Cartoon Network storyboard, we learn that sometimes the easiest way to make someone feel included is by lending a hand.

Level

Grades 6–7

Type

Narrative, Social-Emotional Learning

This story was written in response to the Include Someone, Make a Difference lesson. Christian, student from 826michigan, 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 Christian’s inclusive resolution:

[Frame 1]

“Hey! What’s your problem?!” Said Jenna to Robin. She is another student at Jump City High School.

“He destroyed our art project.” Robin said.

[Frame 2]

“He accidentally broke our project and said sorry and even tried to help you.” Jenna said.

“He’s a kind and loving person and will never do that again. Also, anytime somebody has an accident it’s always good to go and help him.” 

“Yeah, sorry that I reacted in a different way,” Robin said. 

“It’s all good bud,” Beast Boy said.

[Frame 3]

“ Um… thank you for um… standing up for me.” 

“Sure, no problem” Jenna said. “ I actually don’t have a partner to do an art project, are willing to help me?”

“ Sure” said Beast Boy.

Ever since Beast Boy and Jenna became best friends all the way to adult life.

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Include Someone, Make a Difference

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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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