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June 23, 2016
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For this blog we are going to have you pick out your favorite PSA that you watched during this course.  Using a few complete sentences tell us which PSA was your favorite, which session it was in, and why it was your favorite.  

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On June 13, 2018 Ali Vaseem said...

My favorite PSA during this course was in session 37. It was the first PSA and it was all about texting and driving and how its extremely dangerous. It shows a boy texting a girl and crashing because of it. Because of this PSA and many others like it i've had the message of not texting and driving drilled in my head.

On June 13, 2018 Gabby Utrie said...

My favorite PSA was in session 26 and was about inattentive driving. It was called room for one more and it was about a teenage boy meeting the people he killed why being distracted in his car. I liked this PSA because it wasn't just footage of a car accident. It was unique in it's formatting while still being powerful. It showed how being distracted while driving doesn't just effect you, it effects everyone else around you.

On June 11, 2018 Abbygail Gomez said...

The First PSA from session 33 is my favorite PSA because it's a letter to her parent from there dead daughter that was texting and driving.This PSA show how the daughter regrets not listening to her parents and they raised her will but she just didn't listen. The daughter tells her parents that they should warn other of the dangers of distracted driving. This message really show how teens know that texting and driving is dangerous but it was a chose she made and people should make the chose to turn off cell phone before they start driving.

On June 08, 2018 Leah Bailey said...

The PSA in session 31 was probably the one that impacted me the most even though they all meant something to me and I learned something from all of them. this one impacted me the most because you make one "little" mistake, or you go "a little bit over" and some dies, or is seriously injured. So just be super careful do not think that only a little bit could not make a difference it makes a huge difference. once you make that decision you immediately put yours and everybody else's lives at risk so be smart.

On June 06, 2018 Atiera T said...

I liked the PSA from session 31 which was talking about how a little bit of drinking is still driving under the influence. I liked this PSA because it showed that even just a little bit of alcohol in your system can have severe consequences, even if you think you are fine to drive. This PSA really shows that there is always consequences. When he said "the person is only a little bit dead," it made me think because a little bit dead is still dead and a little bit of alcohol is still alcohol.

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