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It’s time to try this out yourself!

It’s time for you to try this out yourself!

Watch the video below and then write out one question for each type of reflection that you could use while facilitating the activity with adolescents. If you are comfortable, share your questions in the discussion board below!


  • What?
  • So What?
  • Now What?

Now, turn to the next step to see some examples of reflection questions you could ask.

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