Berenstain Bears Don`t PolluteNHES 8 - [email protected]

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The Berenstain Bears Don't Pollute
Written and illistrated by: Stan and Jan Berenstain
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Kaitlyn Aceto created this SmartBoard activity.
University of Wisconsin- Whitewater
College of Education and Professional Studies pre- service teacher
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National Health Education Standard 8: Students will demonstrate the ability to advocate for personal, family,
and community health.
Performance Indicator Grades 3-5:
8.5.2 Encourage friends and classmates to make healthy choices.
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"When Bear Country's cubs learn pollution's a fact, they help
grownups learn to clean up their act."
Directions: Draw a line to the from the scenario on one side to the type of advocacy on the other.
To help stop air pollution you could ride your bike instead of
using a car.
When you aren't using the sink you should turn off the water.
Instead of throwing your garbage on the ground you could bring it to a garbage
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Directions: You are helping your friend figure out what is recyclable and what
goes in the garbage. Drag the objects to their correct bin.
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Learning the 6 characteristics of advocacy.
Directions: Repeat the Saying and then read the definitions with a partner.
"Lets Create a Perfect Life For Tomorrow"
Learning – the advocate continually researches the issue and attempts to view the issue objectively
Communicating – the advocate is able to clearly and persuasively articulate personal perspective
Persevering – the advocate is determined and remains firmly committed to the issue
Listening – the advocate hears what others are saying and communicates an understanding of what is being said
Focused – the advocate is passionate about the issue while speaking to others and promoting action
Trustworthiness – the advocate values the need for being credible and honest to everyone involved
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