Building a Caring Classroom: Teaching Students to Reflect and Apologize
I wanted to find a way to teach my students the importance of how their actions affect others and the meaning of an apology. When students hear from adults “Apologize, please.”, I don’t think they actually know what that means. In response to this need, this summer I researched different ways on the Internet and saw an article in http://verilymag.com/how-to-apologize-properly/. This article outlined how to make a proper apology and gave sentence starters which are particularly helpful for young children.
In this product, I have combined it with a reflection sheet called the Think Sheet, an Apology Letter, and the 4 Step Apology poster. You can use the items individually or as a set. The 4 Step Apology poster is to assist the students with what to say when they apologize. The apology letter doesn’t always have to be written as students can verbally go through the steps.
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