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Respect Lesson and Activities Includes Interactive Google Slides (TM)


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This set of activities is designed to help students: better understand the concept of respect, practice identifying what respect looks like in various situations, and reflect and share on their own opinions and experiences with respect. The ultimate goal is to help develop more respectful students and a more respectful classroom and school community by choosing to treat one another respectfully as fellow human beings! *Now includes options for virtual learning/distance learning including Google Slides (TM)
These activities can be done all together in one long lesson, broken up into several shorter lessons or community circle activities, or selected to use as needed with specific individual or group students.
This resource includes:
• Written lesson plan with ASCA mindsets/behaviors and CASEL competencies
PowerPoint to guide discussion (defining respect, reflecting on how we choose to respect someone) and review activities
“Four Corners” hook activity
Anchor chart (digital version and headings for chart paper included, plus student worksheet)
Puzzles (types of respect + examples)
• Sorting “Pick a Card!” activity (rude vs. respectful)
“Finish the Sentence” (reflect using a movement-based cooperative learning activity or worksheet)
Exit Ticket and “Kudos Cards” (for more self-reflection and peer reinforcement)
ASCA Mindsets and Behaviors
  • Create positive and supportive relationships with other students
  • Create relationships with adults that support success
  • Demonstrate ethical decision making and social responsibility
  • Demonstrate empathy
CASEL (Social Emotional Learning) Competencies
  • Relationship Skills
  • Responsible Decision Making
Resource Rationale
Respect is one of the most important elements of any environment or community but it can be subjective. This resource helps students understand respect and come to a common understanding of it by providing numerous examples and differentiated opportunities to practice their understanding independently or in small groups. The puzzles and sorting cards provide for a collaborative and hands-on/tactile approach while the worksheets allow for independent thinking and reflection.
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“This lesson turned out to be incredible for students, myself, and even teachers. My students were so engaged and passionate about this (I was not expecting that)! It lead to some amazing group discussion. I was floored at how much my 4th graders needed to talk about this! Even teachers were pulled into the conversation and wanting more resources on respect. Huge compliment to the creator of this lesson!”

“This is thorough, and has the ability to be used across PowerPoint and Google Slides, as well as in-person and online, which is WONDERFUL! Thank you!”

“Great activities to use with students to really get them thinking about the meaning of respect and what it looks like in different situations. Used mostly with grade 3, but also used a few activities with a grade 6 class that needed reminders about respect and they were very engaged.”