Generation​ of Respect

This Generation​ of Respect lesson plan also includes:

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R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Learners find out what it means to them. Scholars write sentences, do a word sort, and list what makes them grateful. Additionally, pupils learn how to be more respectful by completing worksheets that would make Aretha Franklin proud. 

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Instructional Ideas

  • Ask individuals to create comic strips that demonstrate kindness
  • Have small groups write and perform a dialogue about being respectful
Classroom Considerations

  • Use judgment to determine suitability; some of the vocabulary is too advanced for very young learners, while some of the activities are too elementary for older students
Pros

  • Fun activities like word scrambles, secret codes, and appreciation coupons help maintain student interest
  • Includes handy graphic organizers to better sort information and ideas
Cons

  • A typographical error on each of the four Community of Respect worksheets may cause some confusion