This is a poem to help students understand the hierarchy of social development as presented in Marvin Marshall's Discipline Without Stress, Punishment, or Rewards.
The poem is presented in a "Suess-like" format that clearly lays out for students the differences between acceptable and unacceptable behaviors, delineating between Anarchy, Bossing/Bullying, Cooperation, and Democracy.
It is a fun and easy way to make this concept clear and would best be presented alongside pictoral representations/infographics to accommodate various learning styles in the same classroom.
Please feel free to use the poem's text and print it onto laminated posters, etc. to assist you in using this behavioral concept in your classroom.