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Character Value Lens - Respect

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Transcript of Character Value Lens - Respect

What does Respect mean?
"Respect is defined as having high regard and actions that demonstrate honor and esteem for another person or entity" (Hunt, 2010).
Elements and Terminology
Key figures:
Respect in cultural media
Historical Origin
Works Cited
Borba, M. (2006). 35 Activities Your Students Can Do to Learn Respect [Blog Post]. Retrieved from http://
www.micheleborba.com/Pages/BMI05.htm

Dillon, Robin S., "Respect", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2010 Edition), Edward N. Zalta
(ed.). Retrieved from http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/fall2010/entries/respect/

Famous Biographies & TV Shows - Biography.com . (n.d.). Famous Biographies & TV Shows -
Biography.com . Retrieved from http://www.biography.com/

Hunt, D. T. (2010, May 3). Respect in the K-12 Classroom. [Web blog post] Retrieved from http://
trinidadhunt.com/2010/05/respect-in-the-k-12-classroom/

Lesson Plans Inc. (2012). Create a Safe Classroom Environment. Retrieved from http://
www.lessonplansinc.com/classroom_management_safe_environment.php

Online Etymology Dictionary. (n.d.). Online Etymology Dictionary. Retrieved from http://
www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=respect&searchmode

Respect in the classroom
How do we show respect in the classroom?

By only saying positive things about others
Making all students feel like an integral part of the learning environment
Being consistent with rules

Throughout the Harry Potter series, Harry demonstrates respect for the the people he encounters through his actions.
In this clip, Gandhi demonstrates respect for those that are against you and in turn gains respect from them.
-Admire
-Consideration
-Esteem
-Appreciate
-Treasure
-Regard
-Attention
-Deference
-Judgement
-Acknowledgment
-Valuing
-Behavior

In Disney's Cars, Lightning McQueen learns to respect others and himself.
Teaching respect should take place throughout the school day, not in just one particular class for a set amount of time. Respect needs to be modeled in every aspect of the school day. Short mini-lessons help to emphasize the concept.
Respect as a noun came about in the
late 14th century. It came directly from Latin respectus "regard, a looking at" and it literally meant "the act of looking back at one." In the 1500's additional meanings "have reference to" and "treat with deferential regard or esteem" were also used (Online Etymology, n.d.).
Nelson Mandela-Civil Rights Activist, World Leader, Journalist. For over 20 years he directed a campaign of non-violence against the South African Government and it's racist policies.
Martin Luther King Jr.-Civil Rights Activist, Minister. He played an important role in ending legal segregation of African-Americans in the South. Also known for his "I Have a Dream" speech.
Mother Theresa-Nun, Saint. Devoted her life to caring for the sick and poor. Established centers for blind, aged, and disabled. Received Nobel Peace Prize in 1979.
Elements
Terminology
(Dillon, 2012; Goodman, 2009)
Sample ideas for teaching respect in the classroom
Make a list of people you think are respectful and why you added them to your list.
List three ways you can show respect.
Watch a half-hour TV show. Who was respectful or disrespectful and why?
List five ways we can show greater respect for our environment.

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people/mother-teresa-9504160
Borba, M. (2006). 35 Activities Your Students Can Do To Learn Respect [Web log post].
Retrieved from http://www.micheleborba.com/Pages/BMI05.htm

Dillon, Robin S., "Respect", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2010 Edition),
Edward N. Zalta (ed.). Retrieved from http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/fall2010/entries/respect/

Goodman, J. F. (2009). Respect-due and respect-earned: negotiating student-teacher
relationships. Ethics & Education, 4(1), 3-17. doi:10.1080/17449640902781356

Hunt, D. T. (2010, May 3). Respect in the K-12 Classroom [Web log post]. Retrieved from http://
trinidadhunt.com/2010/05/respect-in-the-k-12-classroom/

Lesson Plans Inc. (2007). Create a Safe Classroom Environment [Web log post]. Retrieved
from http://www.lessonplansinc.com/classroom_management_safe_environment.php

Online Etymology Dictionary. (n.d.). Online Etymology Dictionary. Retrieved from http://
www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=respect&searchmode
Lesson Plans Inc. (2012). Create a Safe Classroom Environment. Retrieved
from http://www.lessonplansinc.com/classroom_management_safe_environment.php
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Sample ideas for teaching respect in the classroom
Make a list of people you think are respectful and why you added them to your list.
Think of someone who is respectful and talk about why they would be a good friend.
Watch a half hour TV show. Who was respectful or disrespectful, and why?
List five ways we could show greater respect for our environment.
(Borba, 2006)
Where and when to teach respect in the classroom?
Respect is not curriculum specific. Respect is best taught through actions. Mini-lessons are an opportunity for students to practice and expand their understanding of respect, but should not be used as the sole means of instruction.
RESPECT
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To create respect in the classroom, students need to feel that the classroom is a safe environment. The teacher needs to lead by example, "It's almost guaranteed that they will not be respectful if you are not respectful" (Lesson Plans Inc, 2007).
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