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****UPDATED to include a Google Slides™ version as well as a Microsoft version for OneDrive™.
Social-Emotional Learning is more important than ever and having quality lesson plans and activities makes it so much easier to build into your curriculum. These units were developed to support YOU in teaching, modeling and reinforcing great character. This resource focuses on LEADERSHIP and is part of a year-long social-emotional curriculum. This resource can be used as a stand-alone resource or in conjunction with the other units.
Lesson 1-What Is A Leader?
Your students will play a fun game and then discuss what it means to be a leader. You'll create a class anchor chart about leaders in your students' lives. After your whole group lesson, students will draw and write about someone they look up to.
Lesson 2- What Makes A Great Leader?
First, your class will brainstorm things that make a great leader (is kind, follows directions, is responsible). Then your class will work together to sort by being a leader and NOT being a leader. This discussion lends itself well to classroom situations, especially when the teacher isn't looking! You will discuss HOW and WHEN student can be leaders. Then students will draw and write about being a leader and NOT being a leader.
Lesson 3-Who Can Be A Leader?
Your class will discuss situations that THEY can be leaders and who they might be leading. Then you'll introduce a new classroom tool...Letters To A Leader. Your students (and yourself) will try to catch their friends being leaders and write them letters. They'll describe HOW they were a leader and what it taught them. This is a fun and simple way to encourage your students to be leaders and to notice when their friends are being leaders!
Lesson 4- How Can I Be A Leader?
Your class will read different scenarios that could happen at school and at home and discuss them. Then students will come up with ways they could be a leader in each situation. Finally, they will complete a flipbook!
This Resource Also Includes
-An Poem about Leadership
-A Parent Letter to send home that explains how parents can support the unit
-Leader/Not a Leader Sort
-A Good Leader Page (Is, Isn't, Does, Doesn't)
-I'm A Leader page where students tell how to be a leader in class, at recess, and in the halls
-Are All Leaders Good writing page where students will think deeply about leaders and what it means if someone isn't a good leader
-Boss/Leader flipbook where students will sort situations by being bossy and being a leader
This unit is part of a BUNDLE that includes TEN units on character education. You can read more about each unit below!
Volume Two Units