below to view the resources and opportunities available to support Learning
for Life Upper School programs:
Drug Abuse Prevention for Teens is a supplement to the Learning for Life
program, developed jointly by Learning for Life and the Drug Enforcement Agency.
Leadership Development Guidebook for Teenage Youth
Sample Forms, including the Student Career Interest Survey, Student
Questionnaires, and Teachers Assessment.
Life Choices: A Character Game - This game is for the Builders program
for 7th and 8th graders. It features real life scenarios where students must
make a decision from two choices presented. Once a student makes a choice, they
receive an immediate consequence and then it is on to another situation. The
game tracks student responses and will report at the end of game how they
performed. The game concludes with a students recognized at school assemblies or
a journal see how the consequences of the situations.
Life Choices: a Career Game - This game is for the Navigators program
for high school participants. Here students are presented moral situations where
an ethical choice is required. Students make their choice and receive the
consequence. Their choices build up icons on the screen, some positive, others
negative that come into play at the end of game. The conclusion of the game is
an interactive job interview. This is conducted with the student who will have
to refer to his icons to continue the interview. The message here is that
choices have consequences that may be long term
Sample Lesson Plans: A convenient listing of all sample contents pages
and lesson plans from the programs above.
Teacher Online Training
Scholarships and Awards - Any young adult is eligible for the Young
American Award and all youth participating in the high school Learning for Life
or Exploring program can apply for an array of the following awards.
Catalog for a listing of resources that are available