Instructions for the Sleep Video

Hey 7th graders,

Great job on your sleep advocacy skits. Now it’s time to take what you learned and put it into action in your own life. You’ll be making a short (around a minute long) video reminding yourself about all of the benefits of and barriers to getting a good night’s sleep. Don’t forget to include some actionable things you can do to improve your sleep habits.

Answer the questions on the attached sheet, and then get to work! You’ll have two class sessions to work on these videos, so they better be shiny :).

Download and fill out this sheet: Sleep Reminder Videos

After you’re done with the video, just drop it into my inbox on the server. Good luck, but don’t stay up to late working on this!

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