Consideration Teacher Resources
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Students study character traits. In this character education lesson, students create podcasts highlighting a particular character trait. Students broadcast one podcast per week.
In this kindness worksheet, students have many sheets to fill out such as shopping lists, kindness web, kindness graph, and much more. Students complete 71 pages in the curriculum guide.
First graders are introduced to the concept of good citizenship through their relationship with the school mascot. The responsibilities of belonging to a community are emphasized.
Young scholars participate in meaningful discussion about respecting others. In this character education instructional activity, students respond to a poem on respect and work in small groups to create a way to present the respect message to an audience (poem, short play, poster, news article, web page, debate, documentary)
Delve into a study of Confucius and character traits. In this Confucius lesson plan, compare the analects of Confucius to character traits.
Second graders design and share care and consideration banner. Students listen to stories about caring and considering others.
Young pupils should benefit from this wonderful series of activities designed to teach them how to get along with, and respect each other. Learners recognize how to demonstrate both respectful and disrespectful behavior, and take part in role plays in order to gain social skills. Perfect for early-elementary children.
Do teenagers have any "voice" in politics? Your class can research and discuss current issues. Afterward, individuals can decide how they feel about an issue and make a case either for or against it. They can then attempt to persuade the legislator to agree with them. Note: Adapt this lesson to writing persuasive letters instead of actually meeting the legislator.
Students participate in discussions and listen to audio programs about giving and receiving respect. They identify disrespectful behavior and role play ways to promote respect in their own lives. They also examine the relationship between honoring diversity and being respectful towards others.
Students develop a definition for self-control and explore how practicing self-control can lead to other positive character traits. They read and discuss examples of student behaviors that exhibit self-control and those that don't.
Ninth graders write their meaning of honesty. They provide an example from their lives and reflect on the outcomes of their honest behavior. Students identify a time when they may have been dishonest in a relationship and the results that their action had on their relationship. They analyze characters' speech to determine their motivation and character.
Third graders read the story "Trapped by the Ice" which is about the Antarctic adventures of Sir Ernest Shackleton. They identify, write and share examples of respect and responsibility demonstrated by the stories' characters. Students create a character trait doll about themselves. Students write ways they show respect and responsibility.
Third graders read Pepita Talks Twice and define the character traits of respect and responsibility. They write their examples of the characters traits on a character trait doll. Students recognize the character traits of respect and responsibility they possess in themselves. They write about similarities/differences between themselves and the main character in the story.
Third graders explain the definition of integrity and respect and provide examples from the story The Lost and Found's characters and their own lives that illustrate both. They describe in their journals why and how they think Wendell and Floyd exhibit characteristics of integrity and respect.
Students examine ways to confront and stop bullies. They develop a list of synonyms for bully, read and discuss an article, take a survey, write and read a reader's theater script in small groups, and draft a school anti-bullying policy.
Third graders identify the main ideas illustrated in the story "Dancing Rainbows." They identify details from the story that show respect toward self and others. Students write a paragraph to illustrate how the Tewa Indians show respect. Students participate in a service project to show respect for their school or community.
Discuss career choices with your class. After a discussion on career types, learners choose three careers of interest to them. They investigate one of the three careers and compose a two-paragraph essay on why they think that particular career would be right for them.
Students discover how to deal with difficult social situations. In this character instructional activity, students are given social scenarios and asked how they would handle the situation. Students role-play and write letters as if they are the students in the role-playing activity.
Students consider what risky choices may do to their lives. In this personal health instructional activity, students watch a Discovery video about personal choices and discuss the content of the video. Students then play a game that that allows them to weigh the consequences of risky behavior.
For this character education word search worksheet, students identify words pertaining to positive character attributes such as respect, truthfulness, and fairness. Students locate 19 character traits on the puzzle.