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Public Service Announcements
A Public Service Announcement (PSA) is a great tool to use when education children/youth about a specific topic of discussion or to simply bring awareness to a group of people including parents, teachers, and administrators.
Below are several PSAs that can be used as discussion starters and examples for students to create their own.
- Always preview the PSAs before showing them to assess for appropriateness for your specific student(s).
- Allow at least 5-10 minutes for discussion of each PSA, longer if time allows and students are engaged.
- Do not show PSAs without a discussion to follow up. Students may misconstrue the actual meaning and message behind the PSA without a discussion.
- Encourage students to share examples as they relate to the PSAs.
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