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Bravery advisory presentation
Bravery advisory presentation
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  • 1. By: Papadopoulou Penelope 8th Grade Advisory
  • 2. What do you think being brave means?
  • 3. Being Brave Means…
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  • 5. Video about Being Brave• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cB3bRl PkYtgHow do you think the person in the video was brave?
  • 6. How to be Brave• 1.Stand up for what you believe. You need to know where you stand on important issues and be prepared to stand up for that belief. You must choose what to believe rather than allowing others to tell you what to believe.• 2. Defend others. You can be brave by defending people from bullies, rebutting lies and being friends with someone who is different or doesnt have any friends. The simple fact that you stand beside them is an act of bravery.• 3 .Tell the truth. One of the hardest things to do is to be honest. It is brave to tell the truth, especially when you know there are consequences to being honest. You must admit when something is your fault and take responsibility for your actions.• 4 .Know when to walk away. Sometimes the only person who recognizes this is the brave thing to do is you. There is a fine line between stupidity and bravery and you must know the difference.•
  • 7. • To see if you are brave you’ll have to stand up in front of the class and tell us a story about yourself that you think the others may not like. Being brave is part of not listening to the others comments based on what you say and thinking you are right.

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