Archives for April 2019
What is cooperation Frame
What is cooperation?
Young students: Let's work together!
Older Students: Working together towards a common goal.
What is goal setting?
Young students: I made a plan to achieve my goal!
Older students: Deciding what you’d like to achieve and making plans to achieve it
What is perseverance?
Young students: When the work gets tough, I don’t give up!
Older students: Steady, goal-oriented persistence, despite challenges or obstacles.
5 questions of character:
who is a mighty person?
Young students: a mighty person is one who has self
control of their emotions
Older students: a mighty person is one who has control of their emotions and can make friends of their enemies
Who is an honored person?
Young students: to be respectful towards people and treat them with kindness.
Older students: One who pays respect to others is going to receive respect in return
Who is a wise person?
Young Students: A wise person is someone who learns from their own mistakes and other people's mistakes.
Older students: A wise person is one who learns from their own actions or mistakes and other people's actions or mistakes.
Who is a rich person?
Young students: A rich person is someone who appreciates all that he/she has.
Older students: A rich person is someone who appreciates all that he/she has. Not taking things for granted.
Who is a brave person?
Younger student: To show mental toughness when you are afraid.
Older student: A brave person is one who is smart enough to be afraid, but takes action anyway.
What is maturity?
Younger students: How well you can control your anger, frustration, and how you get along with your friends.
Older students: It is something that we acquire over time as we learn skills and develop the capacity to deal with the complexities of life .
How to be a good finder:
Younger students: No matter what happens to you, you find something good about it.
Older students: No matter what happens to you, you consciously, on purpose, find something good about it.
What are manners?
Young students: I do kind things and use polite words! How we act towards other people.
Older students: Words and actions that show kindness and respect for others.
Be friendly on purpose:
Younger students: To show respect to people you see. (To be the first one to say hello, smile, or shake hands with someone. )
Older students: Making the effort to put your best face forward when dealing with everyone.
Being loyal to those not present
Young students: Don't say mean things about your friends when they are not present.
Older students: Avoid talking bad about others in our presence. Restrain from talking behind people's back.
Having fun vs being funny
Having fun – Things that makes you smile and happy. (Okay to be smiling in class)
Being Funny – Trying to be the class clown (wanting to make people laugh and pokes fun at the wrong time).
You never get a second chance to make a first impression
Younger kids: It's important to smile, have eye contact, and be polite when meeting someone new.
Older kids: You create a first impression within the first 30 seconds of greeting someone. How you greet them will set the tone for how your relationship with that individual will develop.