MS/HS Resources

Welcome to the Dignity Revolution Challenge: Middle School & High School Edition!

Below are resources to use for all the Core Activities as you go through the Dignity Revolution Challenge: Middle and High School Edition. Also there are PDF’s of all the activity pages for your use. If you have any questions along the way or need help finding anything please feel free to reach out to Joyel@DignityPledge.com Director of Dignity Revolution.

Dignity Ribbons ★ create a visual reminder that more than one out of five students (20%) report being bullied at any given time. To demonstrate this statistic, a magnetic ribbon is placed on every fifth locker.1

National Standards: 1.5.5, 3.8.2

Methods: Discussion

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 33 Dignity Ribbons

 

S.P.E.C.I.E.S. ★ gives students time to assess the seven areas of their wellness through the use of an engaging assessment tool. It identifies how bullying impacts all seven areas of wellness.

National Standards: 1.8.2, 1.12.2

Methods: Self-Assessment, Discussion

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 48 SPECIES

Active Listening  ★ explores behaviors that require listening to understand and having conversations with peers.

Page 95 Active Listening

Mission Possible

Mission Possible uses balloons, markers, and group interaction to help students understand the social, emotional, and physical impact stress and bullying can have on our health. It is important for students to identify signs and health risks so they can manage it in a healthy way.

National Standards: 1.5.1, 1.8.1, 1.8.3, 1.12.3

Methods: Cooperative Learning, Graphic Organizer, Discussion

Click the image to download the  PowerPoint to help facilitate Mission Possible 1.

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 63 Mission Possible

Dice Game ★ helps students improve interpersonal communication skills through the use of dice, which enables them to discover and share authentic emotions and feelings.

National Standards: 4.5.1, 4.8.1

Methods: Group Work, Role-Play, Graphic Organizer

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 85 Dice Game

Untangled ★ uses yarn and a touch of magic to demonstrate the steps needed to intervene when one is the target of bullying or harassment.

National Standards: 3.8.4, 4.8.1, 4.8.2, 4.8.3, 7.8.2

Methods: Cooperative Learning, Brainstorming, Demonstration

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 107 Untangled

Tell Someone ★ explains and demonstrates how to properly report a bullying event.

National Standards: 3.8.4, 3.8.5, 4.5.4, 4.8.4, 5.8.2

Methods: Role-Play, Discussion

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here:Page 124 Tell Someone

See Safe Contact Training further down the page for more information!

Mission Possible 2 ★ demonstrates the impact that authentic affirmations have on a person’s health and well-being. Affirmations strengthen the mind, change the direction of thoughts for the better, and help the body to achieve a better state of health.

National Standards: 1.8.1, 1.8.3, 1.12.3, 1.8.7, 2.8.3, 2.8.8, 4.8.1

Methods: Cooperative Learning, Graphic Organizer, Discussion

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 145 Mission Possible 2

Click the link below to download the Mission Possible 2 PPT.

Mission Possible_2

Bonding Bandages ★ challenges students to change the prominent negativity in our society by being positive with their thoughts, words, and actions for a minimum of 24 hours through the use of a bandage as a visual aid.

National Standards: 2.8.5, 2.8.3, 4.8.1

Methods: Discussion, Brainstorming

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 168 Bonding Bandages

Encouragement Bubbles ★ impact the culture of the entire school through authentic and personal student focused affirmations.

National Standards: 2.8.3

Methods: Group Work

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 176 Encouragement Bubbles

Bullying Stories creates space to learn how to prevent, intervene, and report a bullying event. Students will also experience how choosing to be an upstander and giving affirmations positively impacts another person as well as an entire community.

National Standards: 8.5.2, 8.8.1, 8.8.3

Methods: Discussion, Storytelling, Demonstration

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 210 Bullying Stories

Click the link below to download the Bullying Stories PPT.

Bullying Stories_1

What’s Your Status? ★ group activity employs a deck of cards and critical thinking to demonstrate how we often judge people on perceived social status.

National Standards: 8.8.3

Methods: Collaborative Learning, Role-Play, Discussion

Click the image to download the What’s Your Status PowerPoint.

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 234 What’s Your Status

Optical Illusions activity will guide students to understand how to identify reliable resources essential for depression, bullying, or abuse intervention through the use of engaging stories and surprising optical illusions.

National Standards: 8.8.2, 8.8.3

Methods: Discussion, Storytelling

Click the image to download the Optical Illusions PowerPoint.

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 257 Optical Illusions

Letter from Paula ★ highlights a letter written from a high student named Paula to her friends. Students will identify red flags, warning signs for suicide or self-harm, and create an intervention plan by accessing reliable and valid resources.

National Standards: 3.8.4, 8.8.2, 8.8.3

Methods: Discussion, Graphic Organizer, Group Work

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 268 Letter from Paula

T4: The System Dehumanizes People lesson discusses dehumanization that occurred during Holocaust. After discussing the horrors of the Holocaust students are challenged to make a positive difference and stand up against today’s injustices by taking action.

National Standards:2.8.2, 2.8.7, 8.8.3

Methods: The Study Method, Discussion, Group Work

Click the image to download the T4 PowerPoint.

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 329 the System Dehumanizes People

Dignity Pledge ★ is designed to be administered at the end of the Dignity Revolution Challenge. It asks students to make a personal commitment to the Dignity Pledge by standing up for the value of every person.
National Standards: 6.8.2, 7.8.2, 8.8.1, 8.8.2, 8.8.3, 8.12.2, 8.12.3
Methods: Discussion, Demonstration, Brainstorming

Find the pdf printable version of the student handouts here: Page 361 Safe Contacts