Reflection: Accountability Respect: Determining Respectful Behaviors - Section 2: Guided Practice


This is a lesson the helps students plan for their future choices. It was important that all students participated in this lesson and were able to think of their own ways of being respectful. I guided students through filling out a t-chart because I didn’t want them to get stuck on the format when they were working independently. However, the independent part is one of the most important because it gave students time to think about their own choices and how that can be a part of creating a safe and welcoming community. It was important that students were being held accountable in this activity because I wanted all of them to have the opportunity to grow as 4th grade students this year.

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Respect: Determining Respectful Behaviors

Unit 15: Creating the Classroom
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT present examples of respectful class behaviors using a t-chart to organize their ideas.

Big Idea: Students will connect respectful choices to being empathetic to others.

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