How would a game of football or basketball be different if there were no rules or referees?
How would the roads be different if there were no speed limits or traffic lights?
In one word, explain why laws and rules are important?
The world's oldest legal code was created in ancient Babylon around 1754 BCE. You must let anyone use your toilet if they ask in Scotland Making International calls is a crime in North Korea Not taking your dog for walk 3 times in a day is a crime in Turin, Italy. In Switzerland, it is against the law to own just one guinea pig.
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We agree to be respectful at all times and to listen to each other We agree to arrive to class willing to learn and responsible for our learning We agree to be punctual, prepared and peaceful We agree to be ready to learn and engage in academic discussions We agree to a safe learning environment where curiosity is accepted and encouraged and we learn from our mistakes
Do you think the rules in ourschool are clear?
- Some rules are too strict, but others are fair
What are the rules that you think are good that are already in place in our school?
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How can following simple rules help in our daily lives?
Consequences: What can we do to make sure that everyone follows a set of agreed rules?
In groups put together a list of no more than 5 rules that you think will support the success of the school and all the people who work and study here.
Your Task: Your rules
Draw a spaceship with a giant macaroni noodle for a tail.
Draw a smiling whale flying next to a giggling bird