Rotaract Youth Leadership Conference Day 1

Rotaract Youth Leadership Conference Day 1

 Earn service learning hours while attending the Rotaract Youth Leadership Conference on Friday, September 14, 2018! Afterwards, share what you’ve learned and experienced with others who were not able to attend!

Preparation Instruction:
Register for the Rotaract Youth Leadership Conference 2018 with your school counselor or advisor, and attend the first day of the conference on Friday, September 14, 2018. 

Activity Instruction:
Actively participate in breakout sessions (numerous team-building activities), and energizers!  After the conference, create a slideshow, flyer, film, or brochure to teach your peers something important or worthwhile that stood out to you. Share with peers and family in appropriate ways: social media, emails, class presentations, etc.

Reflection Instruction:

In order to earn service learning hours, a reflection needs to be turned in to a teacher who can input the hours into Power School. You need to address: What did you do? What did you learn? How was this an example of public service? 

Learning Standards/Objectives:
The objective for the Rotaract Youth Leadership Conference 2018 is “to unlock the potential within Guam’s youth to be leaders, continue to inspire them to be a leader, and to empower them with the necessary skills to be the kind of leaders who will empower other to be the same.”

Guam Content and Performance Standards:

Social Studies Standards: Standard 4: Government and Civics

Students learn to achieve civic competence by studying the structures of power, authority, and governance.

AG.4.16: Practice personal character traits that facilitate thoughtful and effective participation in civic life, including the following:

•    Trustworthiness and honesty

•    Courtesy and respect for the rights of others

•    Responsibility, accountability, and self-reliance

AG.4.17: Explain the importance of thoughtful and effective participation in civic life, including the following:

•    Performing public service

Health Education: Health Advocacy (Choose one or more of these standards to focus your reflection on.)

HS.8.1: Utilize accurate peer and societal norms to formulate a health enhancing message. EXAMPLE: Create a poster using data from the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) that encourages peers toabstain from risky behaviors (e.g., abusing alcohol and drugs, having unprotected sex).

HS.8.2: Evaluate strategies that influence and encourage others to make positive health choices. EXAMPLE: Create a pamphlet or website advocating a tobacco-free lifestyle.

HS.8.3: Work cooperatively as an advocate for improving personal, family, and community health. EXAMPLE: Sponsor a health fair addressing health-related issues currently affecting teens.

HS.8.4: Adapt health messages and/or communication techniques to target a specific audience. EXAMPLE: Modify a public service announcement using a variety of languages to promote good health.

HS.8.5: Employ life skills that promote healthy, productive, and functional lives. EXAMPLE: Collect samples of warning labels from common household items and discuss potential health hazards. Or, create a presentation using technology (e.g., PowerPoint, video, print advertisements) depicting a model lifestyle of a typical teenager on Guam (e.g., family functions, volunteer work, extracurricular involvement).

HS.8.6:  Develop and articulate personal opinions about health issues. EXAMPLE: Prepare a persuasive speech explaining the importance of HIV testing and counseling of sexually active youth.


  Name: Sandra Haber
 Phone: 671-988-1567

Organization/Agency/Business Name: Rotaract Club of the Marianas

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