Schools vary as to how they may want to introduce an assembly. It is actually best to get agreement on having a Brief introduction by the principal AFTER showing this 3 minute segment. It sets the tone well, played immediately after the last group of students get to their seats in the auditorium. Then have a quick introduction - leading quickly into describing "What a model is..." and the rules for getting into the game with the popcorn and chocolate. The 1-Hour timing for the assembly will be thrown off unless the principal's intro is brief.
As students file into the auditorium, it helps to have lights dimmed and to have a slideshow of travel imagery cycling on screen.
USE THE 4 PRESENTATION SEGMENTS AS DESIGNED VIA large screen projection, using a music quality PA before audiences of a few hundred students. Use the Teacher training videos also posted under this profile, and the props and content at 1WOW.org and you'll have optimized the success rate for training youth in having Better Friendships, Less Conflict, and becoming Better Leaders in the future.
The POWER of the program can be conceptualized by an adult mind viewing this alone, but the program is motivational when reserved for audiences as described above. It is in such a setting, where a whole peer group/ grade group sees the entirety, including the classroom activity, within one day, that the GROUP DYNAMIC adds impact, anchoring best the lessons intended.
NOTE THAT THE FILES FOR USE IN THE ASSEMBLY CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE IN THEIR ORIGINAL QUALITY. DO NOT USE THE WEB-PREVIEWING FILES FOR PROJECTION.
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