Consideration Teacher Resources
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High schoolers examine the prevalence of cyberbullying. In this character education lesson, students read articles about cyberbullying and its implications. High schoolers respond to discussion questions.
Ninth graders consider the implications of racism and prejudice. In this character education lesson, 9th graders participate in a classroom activity that requires them to consider how self-deception and self-betrayal contribute to racism.
Students complete novel analysis activities for the The Outsiders. In this novel analysis lesson, students complete three weeks of lessons that help them analyze the text and character education lessons within the novel.
Students identify three career options for consideration as a career, and then compose a two-paragraph report on a career option that he or she is considering.
In this character education word search learning exercise, students locate 15 words. All are positive character traits. This puzzle is in the shape of a lock and key.
Fourth graders discuss the concept of empathy. In this character education lesson, 4th graders discuss how it feels to be excluded and how to show empathy for those who have been bullied. Students discuss how to treat everyone with kindness.
Students identify bullying behavior. In this character education activity, students view a skit to identify bullying tactics. Students work in small groups and discuss how to handle bullies and who to go to for help.
In this character education instructional activity, students respond to five short answer questions related to ideal moral judgment. First, they explain why it is important, which components is most difficult, and how one engages in rational and logical discussions. Then they explain the approach to take when gathering information and if morality is just an opinion.
Students participate in a Reader's Theater and write a song. In this Irish immigration lesson plan, students discover reasons that people choose to immigrate and understand how power and politics affect immigration issues. The focus is the Great Potato Famine and Irish immigration to the United States. Students read a novel on immigration issues and write a song or adapt a song to the events in the story.
Third graders discuss the concept of empathy. In this character education lesson, 3rd graders explore the meaning of empathy and talk about how it feels to be excluded from the group.
Students create self-portraits using prior artistic knowledge and personal experiences. Emphasis is placed on the works of Albrecht Durer, Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Frida Kahlo, Romare Bearden, and Chuck Close for inspiration.
Students participate in a lesson examining the concept of character and how it is the foundation of lasting human relationships. They examine character traits that are considered positive and then define the differences between personality and character.
Students explore the teachings of Confucius. In this Korean culture lesson, students watch segments of the A and E video "Confucius: Words of Wisdom." Students read handouts regarding the Asian education system and discuss their impressions prior to writing essays on education.
Learners illustrate an event from an ants point of view. They predict the outcome of a story they are reading as a class and express ways on how to show respect for others. They role play cooperative behaviors to end the lesson.
Students consider how they show respect for others. In this service learning instructional activity, students listen and respond to literature from different perspectives.
Students participate in a literature circle and study a social-studies related picture book in their circle. In this literature circle lesson, students are assigned a specific literature circle role. Students read a social studies picture book and discuss it in their group. As a group, students complete a literature circle project.