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K-3rd grade students should take 8 minutes to watch the "It's OK to Tell" video which in on This video is geared for younger students BUT the message is appropriate for older students as well.
Students in grades 4 & 5 can also work through potential scenarios in the activity "Stand By or Stand Up" on NS Teens - Stand Up or Stand By. This is an interactive Comic Strip that provides choices for students to consider.
Middle School students can watch 6 Degrees of information and or Split Decisions (as a class). After watching they will be asked to summarize the key points in a paragraph with 5 or more sentences.
Using Google Classroom Questions provides and Blogging Platform to have an online discussion at any level and is easy for classroom teachers to monitor.