Explain to students that they will be able to define what service is and plan ways that they can serve others.
Introduce service by asking students what the word means
Note: Most students may be unfamiliar with this word. Allow them to look up definitions or translations to help them understand the meaning.
Before showing the following video, explain that students should look for examples of service:
Note: Students may be unfamiliar the vocabulary they need to describe/explain what happens in the video. Allow them to look up definitions or translations to help them understand the meaning.
Divide into partnerships, and answer the following questions. Review questions with students beforehand.
Phrases used to answer questions:
Show the example bubble chart and explain that we will create our own to describe a person.
Note: Students may be unfamiliar with bubble charts and may need further explanation about its purpose.
Show clips or this entire video to use as an example of service and fill in a bubble chart with the class based on one of the people in the video (you choose the person). Video does not need to be played with sound:
Questions to guide thinking for bubble chart:
Students should think of a person they want to serve and make their own bubble chart for that person.
Individually present the person they want to serve to their group using the following questions.
Each group should choose one person who will present their bubble chart.
Go over these questions with students in a class discussion or have the students work in partnerships:
Watch this video again. Brainstorm ways you can help strangers.
Make a list of emotions you feel when you serve and a list of emotions you feel when someone serves you.
Make a list of people you would like to serve and specific things you can do to serve them.
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