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CHALLENGE COMPLETED

When you have completed your “challenge,” submit your name on the Google Form: CLICK HERE to be entered in a weekly drawing for the “Soaring Eagle” award.  The class winner will be awarded the small eagle mascot and will bring it to the flag salute the following week to pass it on to the new class winner.

Recognition

 

Soaring Respect Award:

 

Be on the lookout for one kid who displays outstanding behavior with being Respectful during the month of January. Use this Google Form: CLICK HERE to nominate your student at the end of the month or sometime before January 24th: These students will be recognized at Flag Salute, take a group photo for display in the front office, and receive a small gift of appreciation.

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Respect

Respect

A person of character is respectful. Respect means treating others the way you want to be treated by being courteous and polite to others. It involves recognizing that every individual is valuable and entitled to be treated with respect, regardless of race, religion, gender, or physical abilities. Some traits include:

  • Listen to others

  • Play fair

  • Use good manners

  • Wait your turn

  • Pick up after yourself

  • How you treat others (The Golden Rule)

Challenge Activity-January 2018

The Challenge Activity with a theme of “We All Belong.”   

 

1)  Watch the grade-level appropriate video & have a discussion around the theme of respect and how “We All Belong.”

K-3: MLK- The King and His Dream, Time: 3:26

3-5: Martin's Big Words: The Life of Martin Luther King Jr., Time: 6:14

 

Example Discussion Question with CLR Activity:

After watching the video, pose this question to your students using the CLR activity, “Merry-Go-Round:”

 

CLR Activity: “Merry-Go-Round”

  1. The teacher poses a question, for example: Do you think it was respectful for only “white” people to get to sit in the front of the bus and African Americans in the back, and why?

  2. Students, in groups of 3-4 (or table groups), take turns sharing a thought or reaction.

  3. Responses are 1-5 words, keeping the rotation quick and thoughts concise.

 

2) Complete Soul Shoppe Follow-up Activity (after January 12th): “You Belong Here.” Click Here for Lesson Plan, Click Here for Activity

 

 

For Kids...

Learn more about Martin Luther King, Jr. @ BrainPOP!

Social Justice Books

Young Martin's Promise, by Walter Dean Myers (Civil Rights, Racism) 


A Peacock Among Pigeons, by Tyler Curry (Inclusion, LGBT)


OTHER BOOKS:

  • Juice Box Bully, by Maia Dismond. Online book: https://goo.gl/l6aLFr
  • The Recess Queen, by Alexis O’Neill. Online book: https://goo.gl/UWx3MU
  • The Value of Respect, by Ann Johnson
  • Respecting the Contributions of Disabled Americans, by Sloan MacRae

Newsela

Quotes

“Treat people exactly as you would like to be treated by them.” – Golden Rule

 

“I’m not concerned with your liking or disliking me… All I ask is that you respect me as a human being.” – Jackie Robinson

"It's not only what you say. It's how you say it."

 

"Respect means you care enough to think about others' feelings before you act."

 

“I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character,” Martin Luther King, Jr.

Videos

Kid President, “The Story of MLK” https://goo.gl/sOc5uT

 

MLK’s “I Have a Dream” speech (grades 4/5) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smEqnnklfYs