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This product includes three passages about the inclusion of character education in schools. After students read opposing view points, they can form their own opinion and compose a well-organized essay. Along with the passages and prompt, I included a planning sheet to help reluctant or struggling
Grades:
4th - 6th
This is an fun learning activities and really get the students to evaluate what is important to them .*This can be for remote learning or in person learning *Students are placed in groups and told the following :"Major nuclear meltdowns have occurred in five countries due as part of a worldwide plot
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This important lesson on the value of human life takes students briefly through the various types of laws in Exodus 18-22 but focuses primarily on the Old Testament moral law as it relates to personal relationships (with God and other people). Students are given $FINE$ or DEATH signs and must decide
This is a set of worksheets that can be used to discuss and explore: values beliefs moral codes I have selected to discuss: -10 commandments (beliefs) -the golden rule (values) -the moral code of native spirituality N.B. Only worksheet for the student to record their answer is provided in this res
Grades:
5th - 6th
This list of high-powered vocabulary words enables students to utilize language for writing assignments that is based on units that focus on morals, values, and beliefs.
Grades:
8th - 12th
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The students will be put into a group of 4. Each student will take a turn to write an example of: moral and religious values that are important to them and their family. This is an activity to brainstorm what students already know. -Moral Values: kindness, honesty, respect, patience, love, courage
Grades:
5th - 6th
This 100+ page collection is chock-full of standards based resources aligned to CCSS RL.3.1, RL.3.2, RL.3.3, RL.3.6, and L.3.4. At your fingertips, you’ll have tools for helping students identify morals, recount stories by exploring their elements, understand characters, distinguish points of view,
Read and Respond to your Favorite Picture Books!Do you love reading picture books to your class and need follow up activities? Try this Space: Read and Respond Pack. It is the perfect way to strengthen comprehension and writing skills along with some fun craftivities to keep your kids engaged! Down
Trudy Ludwig's book, THE INVISIBLE BOY, is the focus for each of the lessons, activities, comprehension questions, discussion prompts, vocabulary words, no prep worksheets, and writing prompts that are included in this thorough, standards-aligned resource. It was designed to be used as an interactiv
April Packet - 5th Grade **Get ready for the test** Close reading comprehension questions modeled after the Common Core standards! All of the following excerpts, charts, passages and diagrams are associated with either a variety of multiple choice reading comprehension questions, open-response ques
This is a 200 slide PPT, containing 198 moral/ethical debates, discussions, and dilemmas.It also contains a 'randomiser' slide: when clicked a random moral problem is presented to the group.Uses:-P4C (Philosophy for kids)-Form time activities-R.S./Philosophy/Citizenship cover lessons-Debating societ
This unit lines up with Saskatchewan curriculum outcome USC 7.7 but can be adapted to suit many Canadian and United States curriculum.Lessons Included:Lesson 1: What are Morals?Lesson 2: What Would You Do?Lesson 3: ValuesLesson 4: Conflicting ValuesLesson 5: Norms and TrendsLesson 6: Canadian Norms
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5th - 8th
This lesson plan explains what character is based on the "Six pillars of character," and how it is evidenced in your life's values and the line you never cross. Activity on "What moral choice would you make in this situation?" Activity on students identifying their positive and negative "character
ORDINARY MARY'S EXTRAORDINARY DEED by Emily Pearson's book, will provide you with tons of reading comprehension, vocabulary, and writing prompts to complement the story.IN ADDITION TO ALL OF THE CCSS, TEKS, and VA SOL STANDARDS LISTED BELOW THAT ARE COVERED IN EACH OF THE STARTS WITH A STORY BOOK CO
Read and Respond to your Favorite Picture Books!Do you love reading picture books to your class and need follow up activities? Try this Fairy Tale: Read and Respond Pack. It is the perfect way to strengthen comprehension and writing skills along with some fun craftivities to keep your kids engaged!
These Depth and Complexity Icons will enable your students to dig deeper in their learning and think in more complex ways. This product contains the 11 elements of Depth and Complexity that were developed by Sandra Kaplan. These visual prompts are designed to guide students to go beyond the surface
This Literature Circles Bundle With Depth and Complexity will be a great resource when implementing literature circles in your classroom. A literature circle is a small group instructional approach with structure, high expectations, and rigor. ****This file comes with editable products! (Need Power
Looking for a good read-aloud for Easter & Spring with a great lesson? Your kids will love this entertaining read-aloud with a great moral at the end! The Bad Easter Bunny by Isabel Atherton tells the story of the Easter Bunny becoming the Bad Easter Bunny (BEB) when he gets frustrated with the
This reading comprehension resource puts students' critical thinking skills to the test by presenting moral dilemmas that affect six teenagers: Mei, Ace, Rashida, Eddie, Charlie and Pablo.They discuss consent, sexual harassment, dress code, bullying, racism and peer pressure. In each scenario, stude
Read and Respond to your Favorite Picture Books!Do you love reading picture books to your class and need follow up activities? Try this Penguin: Read and Respond Pack. It is the perfect way to strengthen comprehension and writing skills along with some fun craftivities to keep your kids engaged! Do
Read and Respond to your Favorite Picture Books!Do you love reading picture books to your class and need follow up activities? Try this Ocean: Read and Respond Pack. It is the perfect way to strengthen comprehension and writing skills along with some fun craftivities to keep your kids engaged! Down
These Depth and Complexity Icon cards will enable your students to dig deeper in their learning and think in more complex ways. This product contains the 11 elements of Depth and Complexity that were developed by Sandra Kaplan. These visual prompts are designed to guide students to go beyond the sur
Host: Hank Green hosts Crash Course Philosophy, produced in association with PBS Digital Studios.1 What is Philosophy?2 How to Argue3 How to Argue - Induction & Abduction4 Leonardo DiCaprio & The Nature of Reality5 Cartesian Skepticism6 Locke, Berkeley, & Empiricism7 The Meaning of Knowl
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10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Examine fables and values with this adaptation of the Tortoise and the Hare. Powerpoint, Lesson Plan and activities are contained in this file. Engage young readers in text with meaning and have them apply the main point of the story - and then CREATE THEIR OWN! Powerpoint, Lesson Plan for teachi

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