Respect: to think or act in a positive way about yourself or others.
Important to learn in a school setting and in the greater world, respect is what students need to show themselves and others to create a positive, supportive learning environment. As classroom dialogue thrives on language of inclusivity and thoughtfulness, students can benefit from learning about ways to show respect for others, even when opinions or ideals differ.
In the third of a 10-lesson unit on Social-Emotional Learning designed for elementary-aged students and developed in partnership with The Curriculum Corner, students will explore Respect. Through a series of group discussions, self-reflection activities, and literary analysis, students will increase their social-emotional awareness of respect, including the role it plays in their own lives and in their relationships with others.
Download this free lesson plan unit on social-emotional learning for elementary-aged students containing:
- Discussion topics
- Printable anchor charts, response cards, & worksheets
- School/Home Connection Ideas
Want more social-emotional learning lesson plan content? Download lesson 1 on Kindness, lesson 2 on Fairness, and stay tuned for the next installment in our 10-part series on Self-Discipline.
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