. Identify personal roles in the family, class, and school, such as son or daughter, line leader, citizen.
. Describe personal views of self, such as strengths and weaknesses.
. Explore influences on self, such as family and community customs and traditions.
. Characteristics of his or her own responsible behavior, such as respect, trustworthiness, caring, and fairness.
. Identify ways to assume responsibility in the family, class, and school.
. Identify ways to help others in the family, class, and school.
. Describe the characteristics of responsible behavior in others, such as respect, trustworthiness, caring, and fairness.
. Discuss roles of responsibility of others in the family,class, and school.
. whom do we regard as leaders?
. What do leaders do?
. What qualities do they display (Integrity, Courage, Creative, Self-Belief, Confidence, responsibility,)
. How do they become leaders?
. How can we identify key qualities of leadership?
. What does it take to be a leader? (Setting an example, Communication , Teamwork , Negotiating/Compromising , Vision, Reading, Persistence/Determination)
. Identifies the need for leadership
. Would everyone equally regard them as leaders? Why? Why not?
. What level of responsibility do they have?
Matching simple descriptions of work that people do and the names of those jobs by:
. Recognizing the importance of work as a means of participating in the economy.
. Using examples from the local community and historical accounts.
. Your Part in Our Economy
. People Make the Economy Go!
. Families Make the Economy Go!
. What are Goods and services : The things we want
What are Needs and Wants?
. Recognizing the difference between basic needs and wants, such as food, clothing and shelter.
. Describing the practice of exchanging money for goods.
. Identifying examples of people saving for the future
. Scarcity: We can’t have everything we want
. Choices and Opportunity Cost
. Trade : Getting the things we want
. Money : Getting the trade easier
. Understanding what is a Teamwork
. Knowing the difference between Me and We
. Knowing why Teamwork is so important.
. Learning to compromise while working in a group. This is a necessary skill to use in TEAMWORK.
. Team Building –can be applicable to all character traits depending on which traits a student chooses to work on.
. Respecting each other and showing courtesy to all the individuals in our community. It is also an essential precursor for team building.
ENVIRONMENT & SUSTAINABILITY
Little Green Steps
. Importance of plants around us
. Let us plant a tree today
Animals around us
. Learn to have compassion for animals
. To understand that our actions affect people around us
. To identify good and bad actions
. To discuss and share personal experiences and feelings
. To incorporate a feeling of fairness amongst the students
. To learn that playing fair makes sports and games more fun
. To value taking turns and listening to others in a game
. To develop an understanding of the concept of responsibility
. To investigate the idea of age appropriate responsibilities
. To examine several his or her own responsibility
. To imagine what might happen if people stop performing their responsibility
. To understand the value of caring and sharing
. To develop concern for people around them
. To identify different ways to show they care and can share