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Unformatted text preview: Character Education Mr. Anderson Character Trait Respect Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Respect Definition: Showing high regard for self, Showing others, and property. others, Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Respect “The Golden Rule” Treating others Treating the way you would want to be treated. want Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Respect Example Show respect by Show asking permission before using someone else’s things. things. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Respect Example Show respect for others even Show when they are different from you. when Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Respect Example Showing Showing respectful behavior is a way of saying, “I care for you”. for Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Respect Quote Respect is love in plain clothes. -Frankie Byrne -Frankie Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Respect Quote When people do not respect us When we are sharply offended; yet in his private heart no man much respects himself. respects -Mark Twain Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Respect Quote When you are content to be When simply yourself and don’t compare or compete, everybody will respect you. everybody -Lao-Tzu -Lao-Tzu Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Respect Quotes Never look down on anybody unless you’re helping him up. -Jesse Jackson -Jesse Courtesy is the shortest distance Courtesy between two people. between -Unknown -Unknown Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Respect Words Respect Courtesy Tolerance Appreciation Acceptance Consideration Patience Attentiveness Manners Politeness Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class “The Boy and the Filberts” Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Once upon a time, there lived a boy who loved nuts. One day he put his hand into a jar full of nuts. filberts and grasped as many as he could possibly hold. When he tried to pull out his hand, he was prevented from doing so by the small neck of the jar. Unwilling to let go of any nuts, yet unable to withdraw his hand, he burst into tears. A woman came along and seeing the boy’s dilemma, she advised, “Be satisfied with half the amount that you’ve grabbed, and you will be able to pull out your hand.” hand.” Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Discussion Question: 1. What do you think the boy in 1. the fable will do? the Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Discussion Question: 2. What does it mean to be 2. content with what you have? content Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Discussion Question: 3. Do you have trouble sharing 3. with others? with Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Discussion Question: 4. Is it better to have something 4. divided evenly or to get more than your share? than Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Discussion Question: 5. Who is the most generous 5. person you know? Who is the most content person you know? most Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class Activity Activity Read aloud the fable “The Boy and Read the Filberts.” Have students work in pairs to write two possible endings to complete the fable—one that explains what happens if the boy continues to act selfishly and one that tells what happens if the boy decides to be unselfish. decides Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class This powerpoint was kindly donated to www.worldofteaching.com http://www.worldofteaching.com is home to over a thousand powerpoints submitted by teachers. This is a completely free site and requires no registration. Please visit and I hope it will help in your teaching. Mr. Anderson's Character Development Class ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course ENGLISH 110 taught by Professor Lisathomas during the Fall '10 term at BYU.

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