This workbook contains story-specific lessons for junior high and high school students and is centered on seven virtues of character. Within the workbook you will find an interactive lesson for each of the seven virtues of character with questions and activities relating to life lessons found in the biography of Columbine High School shooting victim, rachel Scott. The guide correlates with the Character In Motion! Student Workbook and draws from Rachel's Challenge: A Columbine Legacy.
*** Use this guide in conjunction with Rachel's Challenge: A Columbine Legacy. ***
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Jeff Keuss, PhD Dr. Keuss is a Professor at Seattle Pacific University and the developer of the Charcater In Motion! ASSETS program. A popular speaker on writing, literacy and character buidling through story, he has published academic texts on literacy theory and serves on the editorial board for the Oxford University Press Academic Journal Series.
Lia Sloth Ms. Sloth is a writer and editor with experience in creative writing, literary and copy editing, curriculm development, and news and sports journalism. She has spent over ten years working with children and youth in coaching and teaching positions. Ms. Sloth earned a bachelor's degree in Engligh Literature and Creative Writing from Seattle Pacific University.Review:
Help children and young people learn values and develop positive character traits? These materials are created with care, and dedication. -- Dr. John DeFrain, co-author of Family Treasures: Creating Strong Families, May 2006
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