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Responsibility Lesson: Whose Job Is It?

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Teach your students about responsibility by answering the question “Whose job is it?” about important school related tasks. This lesson plan is an engaging and active way to help develop student responsibility without preaching to the kiddos about what they need to do.
Students engage in one of two activities: carousel (students rotate around the room and give written responses in teams) or card sort (students sort specific tasks by whose job it is: students, parents, or teachers). Core tasks covered: Homework Completion, Getting to School Every Day and On Time, Clean and Organized Spaces, Positive Classroom, and Learning Math & Reading Skills.
 
Resource includes:
• Written lesson plan with ASCA mindsets/behaviors and CASEL competencies.
• Carousel header sheets
• Sorting task cards
• Exit ticket
 
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What others are saying...

“I love the variety of ways the lesson can be presented – that flexibility is so valuable! Thanks!”

“I used this resource in a third grade classroom. It was a great way to get students thinking about everyone’s part in taking responsibility for different things that happen throughout their day. It also lead to great conversation about how students and teachers may both play a role in the responsibility of one thing.”

“My students loved to sort these out and it brought up a lot of discussion from kids about how responsibilities work in their family vs. another classmate’s. Great group activity. “

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