Consideration Teacher Resources
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The Lost and Found
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.
3rd English Language Arts
Dancing Rainbows: A Pueblo Boy's Story
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.
3rd English Language Arts
Students participate in a literature circle and study a social-studies related picture book in their circle. In this literature circle instructional activity, students are assigned a specific literature circle role. Students read a social studies picture book and discuss it in their group.
4th - 9th English Language Arts
Irish Immigration and Famine
Middle schoolers participate in a Reader's Theater and write a song. In this Irish immigration lesson, 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.
6th - 8th English Language Arts
Learners consider what risky choices may do to their lives. In this personal health lesson, students watch a Discovery video about personal choices and discuss the content of the video. Learners then play a game that that allows them to weigh the consequences of risky behavior.
6th - 12th Health
INTRODUCTORY LESSON for the beginning of each new year
Students study and express the five values of truth, love, peace, right conduct, and non-violence. The lesson focuses on the beginning of the year, introducing the values. Through games, singing, and reading--students become familiar with these values and practice them them throughout the year.
4th - 7th Social Studies & History
Unity In Diversity
Students discuss the meaning of diversity in the world. They practice how to act around others and appreciate the different types of people that exist. The lesson includes a section of vocabulary and the reading of a story to illustrate the concept.
1st - 3rd Social Studies & History
Education is the Meaning of Life
Students explore the teachings of Confucius. In this Korean culture instructional activity, 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.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History
Understanding Justice, Kindness and Tolerance
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.
9th Social Studies & History
How to Answer Moral Questions
In this character education worksheet, 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.
7th - 9th English Language Arts
December: We All Want to Feel Included
Fourth graders define empathy and relate to friendship. In this social skills instructional activity, 4th graders discuss the pros and cons of making friends by feeling empathy for their hurts. Students discuss ways to keep friends.
4th Social Studies & History