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Story clip - Peer pressure is hard to resist
Debbie Dunn aka DJ Lyons

Here is a story scenario you can use to help teach about Peer Pressure versus Exercising No Muscle. The story is called “Peer pressure is hard to resist.”

This is a story that deals with the kind of peer pressure of someone who is always trying to borrow your things without ever paying those things back. Listen to how Jarvis learns to strengthen his ‘no muscles’ by setting firm boundaries with his possessions. Listen also how Jarvis learns the difference between the people in his life who are either users or real friends.

  • Click this link to read Sections 1-3 of Middle School lesson plan: Peer pressure is hard to resist (coming soon)

Section 4: Read Peer Pressure versus Exercising No Muscle story: Peer pressure is hard to resist

A. Teacher reads story to the class called “Peer pressure is hard to resist.”

B. Story Description: This is a story that deals with the kind of peer pressure of someone who is always trying to borrow your things without ever paying those things back. Listen to how Jarvis learns to strengthen his ‘no muscles’ by setting firm boundaries with his possessions. Listen also how Jarvis learns the difference between the people in his life who are either users or real friends.

Links to all 3 chapters for ‘Peer pressure is hard to resist’

  1. Chapter 1 of 3: Introducing ‘moocher’ Mike and ‘walking mat’ Jarvis
  2. Chapter 2 of 3: Jarvis gives his ‘no muscle’ some exercise
  3. Chapter 3 of 3: Showdown between Jarvis and Mike

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