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What is Breaking the Cycle?
Breaking the Cycle is a school assembly. What is Breaking the Cycle?
The assembly is about: What is Breaking the Cycle?
The assembly is about: -Choices What is Breaking the Cycle?
The assembly is about: -Choices -Respecting yourself and others What is Breaking the Cycle?
The assembly is about: -Choices -Respecting yourself and others - Forgiveness What is Breaking the Cycle?
Who is Breaking the Cycle? The speakers tell true stories about their life that demonstrate how, through choosing to forgive, conflicts can be resolved.
The Book “Why Forgive?” True stories of forgiveness! - Steven was shot and paralysed - Kate was abused by her father - Anne lost 2 children to one bullet! Pick it up for FREE after the assembly.
History of Breaking the Cycle Breaking the Cycle began in New York in 1999 following the tragic Columbine High School shooting. It is an effort to stem the rising tide of youth violence.
History of Breaking the Cycle Since then, the assemblies have been held at hundreds of schools and colleges throughout the USA. Breaking the Cycle is now in England.
Order of Events - Opening Address: School Principal - Speaker introduction: Local law enforcement - Speakers - Question and Answer - Closing remarks: School head
Classroom Discussion Discuss various forms of violence Bullying Verbal Abuse EmotionalRacism Domestic Physical Intolerance
Classroom Discussion What impact does the media have on violence? Negative? Positive?
Classroom Discussion Sometimes, the most lasting lessons in life emerge from tragedy. Do you agree?
Classroom Discussion If you could make one change that would help stop the violence young people experience, what would it be?
Classroom Discussion How have you dealt with the anger you feel when your friends let you down, or turned their back on you when you needed them most?
Classroom Discussion We all feel self doubt from time to time: “I’m no good at anything, I’m useless” How do you overcome self-doubt?
Classroom Discussion Is having some one to talk to when you feel angry / hurt / rejected helpful? Who do you talk to?
Classroom Discussion What questions would you like to ask the speakers about forgiveness?
Role Models Mahatma Gandhi Gandhi changed the world with non-violence and forgiveness. What do you think made him strong?
Role Models Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. changed the United States with non-violence and forgiveness. What do you think made him strong?
Role Models Are people like you! Forgiveness takes courage It takes strength It takes people like you
Thank you Will you forgive?
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