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Be a Peacemaker

Explain what it means to be a peacemaker. For use with The Gorp's Gift, a story about gun safety and accident prevention.
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Updated on: September 26, 2000

Be a Peacemaker

Directions:
Now that you have learned Gorp's important message that GUNS HURT, we'd like you to be an ambassador for Gorp and share his message with others.
In order to do this, let's evaluate what the message means to you.

  1. Write down the main idea you learned from reading The Gorp's Gift.

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  2. How can you use the lessons Gorp has taught you?

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  3. With whom would you like to share this book? Why?

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  4. Pretend it's fifty years from now and Gorp has been successful in delivering his message.
    What will the world be like?

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  5. The Gorp's GiftAdapted from The Gorp's Gift Teacher's Guide by Tracy Osburn.

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