Rocking REAL Role Models
This resource takes students through what a role model is, to what extent a role model is heroic, the fact that role models don't have to be PERFECT and choosing their role models for specific purposes among other things! Ultimately, students complete a profile on a role model or role modelS so that they're aware of the active intent behind choosing the people who hold specific attributes students could emulate to help them in the different aspects of their lives.
It includes a student booklet which you can print for students to fill in by hand, or which can be shared online (eg upload to your Google Classroom). It comes in Microsoft PowerPoint, with the student booklet resized to A4 pages of course. This means it's completely editable, so feel free to put your own spin on it!
To help with classroom management, logistics and all that, I've included an accompanying teacher PowerPoint presentation for your big screen.
This resource was produced in response to Melinda Webber's 'Mana Model' and the importance she places on role models in teenage lives. If you have already purchased access to the Mātauranga Māori collection you will already have three pages from the student booklet where students actively choose and profile their role model(s).
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