Freeze or Melt
Internal or External
Expected or Unexpected
Thinking of Others or Not Thinking of Others
Big or Small Reaction
100

You are watching a movie in class but can't stop thinking about the test in the next class.

Freeze

100

You tell yourself that the teacher gives too much work. 

External


100

Your teacher posts an assignment on Google Classroom. 

You respond "Not today." to the assignment, and the whole class can see. 

Unexpected

100

You let your friend borrow your headphones in study hall so that they can concentrate. 

Thinking of Others

100

Someone falls on the playground and seems like they've hurt their leg pretty badly

Big Reaction


Ask for Adult Help

200

You realize you forgot to give your friend back his sneakers which he will need after school.

Instead of focusing on it, you tell yourself to wait until the end of the school day and you will meet with him.

Melt

200

You know that you want to try out for the school basketball team in the future. You practice everyday with your brother at home to get better.

Internal

200

Your teacher asks you to help another student. You go to the student and lean over there desk and get really close to their face! 

Unexpected

200

You're having a conversation with a friend and are really excited to tell him what you did over the weekend. You find that you can't stop talking about it because you think it is more exciting than anything else. 

Not Thinking of Others

200

There's a stinkbug in the classroom and it is getting closer and CLOSER TO YOU

Small Reaction

300

You use white noise or music to distract yourself from the people talking in the next room.

Melt

300

Usually your Mom tells you whether or not to bring a coat and hat to school. This morning she did not and now you're cold outside. You are shivering!! If only she told you what to wear today!

External

300

Your teacher finishes the lesson on earthquakes and asks you to get in groups to talk about it. You want to talk about fortnite, so you start a conversation about that instead. 

Unexpected


Your teacher does not expect you to talk about this, though your friends might think it is ok. There are other times to talk about your interests in an expected way.


300

You are sitting alone at lunch enjoying your quiet time. You see someone who you are friendly with but don't know very well, and they look more upset than usual. Even though you're enjoying your time alone you decide to walk over to them and see how they are doing. You offer to have lunch together. 

Thinking of Others 

300

Your friend Amanda tells you that she is hungry and you give her some of cheetos from 7/11. When you talk to her a little bit more, she tells you that her parents are away and she is on her own. She hasn't been able to go to the grocery store and needs to save the rest of her money.

Big Reaction

Ask an adult to help Amanda

400

Your teacher hands over the biggest assignment of the year, and there is a spelling mistake right in the middle of it. You raise your hand and tell them right away.

Freeze
400

You got a bad grade on a test, and are not surprised. You tell yourself that you know you watched a show for too long last night and should have studied instead.

Internal

400

Standing up in the lunch room, burping really loud, and then saying "Excuse Me."

Unexpected


400

The bell rings and you know you need to get to the next class fast and finish the last problem before handing in an assignment. You run out of the class extremely fast without looking or waiting for anyone.

Not Thinking of Others


400

You forgot your chromebook at home and you have all your assignments completed from the previous night. You text your parents and ask them to bring it but they can't. 

Small Reaction

500

You answer a question in class and overhear a few other students laughing in the background. For the rest of the day, you do not raise your hand or answer any questions in class. 

Freeze

500

You really want a new pair of sneakers so you enter giveaways on instagram. 

External

500

You see someone in the hallway drop their paper, but they don't notice. You pick it up and bring it to them and say "You dropped this." They say "Thank you, that was so nice!" You feel uncomfortable so you run away. 

Unexpected


The first thing you did was appropriate. Go you! The next thing you should have done is say you're welcome or introduce yourself or some other polite gesture to close the conversation.

500

Your friend didn't complete his math homework last night. He asks you for your paper so he can copy it quickly before class. You think this is cheating and say no. 

Answers vary but ultimately you are Thinking of Others. You do not want yourself or your friend to get in trouble or do the wrong thing. You can offer to help him in other ways. 

500

You would like to make more friends with the new student in your math class. He seems funny and dependable. You start talking about a certain game you are both interested in. When you walk out with him after class you try to strike up a conversation with him but he ignores you and keeps walking. 



Small Reaction


Your feelings may be hurt, but you should think of the possible explanations for this, try again, and talk to him or another friend.

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