“Frederick” READY-TO-USE (no-prep) lesson Self-Esteem Conflict Resolution Community PBIS Character Ed
This is a READY-TO-USE (no-prep) lesson based on the book, Frederick by Leo Lionni. It is a great story about a mouse who sees the world in a different way than his more realistic family members. They are much more practical than he is, but his skills help them to get through the winter by bringing them joy when all is bleak.
In this lesson, you will be covering the concepts of :
• conflict resolution using an “I Message”,
• and the value of work.
The lesson includes 7 role play scenarios for students to practice conflict resolution. It also includes a link to the video of Counselor Bev reading the book, Frederick, aloud. There are also links to additional activities to utilize with your students.
This is a great lesson to teach the students the importance and how to resolve conflicts. In my experience, it might not be a bad thing for the adults to participate in, too. LOL...
This presentation has 32 slides and a link to the book being read aloud.
Pair this with the "I Message" half-sheet hand-outs in my store and the "I Message" poster, and you will have your students solving conflicts on their own.
At the end of the presentation, there are 7 role play situations that the students can use to demonstrate their understanding of and practice conflict resolution behaviors. I have included one slide that you can create your own scenario to fit your needs.
I would schedule a minimum of 45-60 minutes for this lesson and activity, depending on your delivery pace and the amount of discussion that you have.
The PowerPoint is customizable and has a master slide that can be copied to make your own slides to personalize the lesson for your students and teaching style. The presentation includes both animations and transitions to hold your students' interest. Make your lesson come alive for your students and help them to connect to the concept in a fun way that will help them to remember the important lessons you need for them to remember.
Please remember that sometimes technology needs some support, so if you find that a link does not work or you are having difficulty, please feel free to message me. I want to help you to resolve any issues that you have.
This should only be used as your classroom resource for teaching this lesson. It should not be published or reproduced in any manner without the written consent of Counselor Bev. Copyright 201- Counselor Bev