In one word, what is the most important thing to remember when interacting with others?
Learn the value of respect in relationships. Understand how to be respectful of others. Discover the power of positive words.
Fun Respect Lesson
Respect: the act of showing regard or admiration for someone or something. Empathy: the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Inclusion: the action or state of including or of being included within a group or structure.
In some cultures, it is considered disrespectful to look someone directly in the eyes during a conversation. In Japan, people often bow to show respect instead of shaking hands. In many cultures, it is considered disrespectful to put your feet on furniture or point your feet in someone's direction.
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Work together in pairs: Describe one way that you will practice respect in your daily life after this lesson.
What are some examples of respectful behaviors that can be practiced during group activities or discussions?
Work together in pairs: What are some of the ways that you can show respect to others on a daily basis?
Brain break: Draw a bumpy roller coaster with wacky passengers smiling and waving their hands in the air
What does it mean to show respect to others?
- Treating others kindly and fairly
- Making fun of others
- Ignoring others' feelings
Why is respect important in building positive relationships?
- It creates trust and understanding
- It makes you popular
- It doesn't really matter
How can you show respect towards your teachers?
- Listening attentively and following instructions
- Ignoring their lessons
- Talking back and being disruptive
What is the golden rule of respect?
- Only respecting people who are older than you
- Treat others how you want to be treated
- Respect should only be earned, not given
Which behavior shows disrespect towards others?
- Being polite and using manners
- Helping someone in need
- Bullying or teasing someone