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Changing Scenes: Youth Development Through Service

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As teens approach adulthood, they will have to set goals for themselves and make decisions that in the past might have been made by a parent or guardian. There may be several factors that affect the directions their lives take and decisions they make, one important element that will guide their lives are the values they have learned while growing up. This Value Auction activity helps them discover what things are important to them and why.

Assessing Impact: The immediate impact of the lesson on teens is usually assessed through the debriefing process, noted as “Bringing it Full Circle” in the lesson plans. Facilitators can vary their approach to the debriefing process, using a variety of techniques to elicit feedback and understanding from teens

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Group Bonding Exercise

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