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Term 3 Week 3 - Showing Respect (Year 5-6)

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"Respectful relationships"

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Review ๐Ÿ” Respect What does it mean to be respectful? <a href="https://www.freepik.com/free-vector/solidarity-concept-illustration_14562369.htm#query=respect&position=20&from_view=keyword&track=sph">Image by storyset</a> on Freepik
2. Open question
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What do you think?
Muhammad Ali, a famous boxer, once said: "I don't trust anyone who's nice to me but rude to a waiter, because they would treat me the same way if I were in that position".
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Do you agree or disagree with Muhammad Ali?
  • I agree ๐Ÿ‘
  • I disagree ๐Ÿ‘Ž
6. Open question
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Why is showing respect important?
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Why is showing respect important?
You build a reputation as a kind, polite, person and people will want to spend time with you. You are more likely to make and keep good friends. You avoid hurting others feelings, damaging friendships, or your reputation. You are more likely to recieve help and support from others when you need it.
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How to be respectful
Step 1: Think before you speak T - is it TRUE? H - is it HELPFUL? I - is it INSPIRING? N - is it NECESSARY? K - is it KIND?
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How to be respectful
Step 2: Choose kindness! If your thoughts are not kind or polite, do something else. Your brain has a brake system like a car, you can stop it by taking a breath and making a different choice.
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How to be respectful
Step 3: Have empathy! Consider what other people might be thinking and feeling. Put yourself in their shoes.
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How to be respectful
Step 4: Stand up for what's right. Sometimes it might feel easier to go along with the crowd and join in the behavior of your friends, but thatโ€™s not smart or fair. Be proud of making respectful and responsible choices.
12. Poll
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Q: A new student wears a cloth around her hair every day. You're not sure why, but you're thinking of telling a joke to your friends about it. What would you?
  • THINK before speaking
  • Choose kindness and be positive
  • Have empathy and think of the other person
  • Stand up for what's right
13. Poll
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Q: Your teacher is teaching a lesson when your friend starts to call out and make noises. They turn to you and whisper "join in with me". What would you do?
  • THINK before speaking
  • Choose kindness and be positive
  • Have empathy and think of the other person
  • Stand up for what's right
14. Poll
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Q: At lunch someone asks to play with you but your friend says they never follow the rules so they can't play. What would you do?
  • THINK before speaking
  • Choose kindness and be positive
  • Have empathy and think of the other person
  • Stand up for what's right
15. Open question
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Q: Your teacher is unwell so there is a different teacher in your classroom. Your friend is refusing to follow their instructions and says you should too. What would you do?

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