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Lesson 7 ending the blame game - summary

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Lesson Sept 28, 2011 …

Lesson Sept 28, 2011
Breakthrough textbook
page 170

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  • 1. “ Ending the Blame Game”
  • 2.
    • Describe the events taking place in the picture.
      • Think of a time when someone has blamed you for something that was beyond your control. How did it make you feel? How did you respond?
      • Now, think of a time where you have blamed someone else instead of taking responsibility. What could you have done differently?
  • 3.  Vocabulary 
    • Tempting – allure, attract
    • Responsible – Taking great care in your actions.
    • Examine – look closely
    • Consciously – aware
    • Purposefully – intentionally
    • Relentless – insistent
  • 4. “ Ending the Blame Game” Roberta Beecroft – pg. 170
    • Writing Extension
    • Write a summary of this article. Make sure you begin with a clear main idea and provide details to support that idea.
    • Template is available from Miss Allison if you missed the class.