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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 RESPONSIBILITY 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.
In this packet, you will find 4 detailed lesson plans as well as printable and digital activities. Each lesson plan comes with specific teacher language so they are ideal for families, sub plans or teachers who would like who are more comfortable with this. These lessons were created for whole group but could absolutely be used in a small group or homeschool setting. Instead of class discussions, you would just have a discussion with the child. They could easily be adapted for a class meeting over a digital platform, as well.
Lesson 1-What is Responsibility?
Your class will discuss responsibility and create an anchor chart with examples of being responsible. Then students will brainstorm ways to be responsible at home and at school and create a flipbook with examples.
Lesson 2-Is It Responsible?
Your class will work together to sort situations by being responsible and not responsible. Sorting them as a class allows your students the opportunity to discuss responsibility! :) Then your students will make a list of their own examples.
Lesson 3-Whose Responsibility Is It?
In this lesson, your class will discuss whose responsibility things are. It's a great time to discuss common classroom concerns like "my mom didn't put my homework in my backpack" and even touches on worrying about ourselves and not tattling. :) Then students will create a flipbook about Things I'm Responsible For, Things My Teacher Is Responsible For, and Things My Parents Are Responsible For.
Lesson 4-What Am I Responsible For?
In this lesson, your class will discuss all the things THEY are responsible for, including their words, actions, learning and more. Then students will make an adorable craft and show ways they will be responsible for themselves. This lesson reminds students that no one can MAKE them do anything and they are responsible for their choices! :)
This Resource Also Includes
-An Poem about Responsibility
-A Parent Letter to send home that explains how parents can support the unit
-My Responsibility/Someone Else's cut/paste sort
-Responsibility Vocabulary Page (definition, example, non-examples, use it in a sentence)
-My To Do List writing page
-Silly Story writing page
-Cause/Effect page where students write the effects of being responsible and not-responsible
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