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In this scenario, the participant will conduct an activity about the physical changes of puberty with an established 5th or 6th grade school classroom community. In this simulation with the five students, the participant will ask students to engage in a think-pair-share activity to brainstorm three physical changes of puberty and then have both small groups report back. The participant will need to demonstrate personal comfort when leading this discussion with students.

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