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Showing consideration for others

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Jeanette Ong

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Showing consideration for others

Our classroom
Why Year 3?
Storytime

-Year 3-Stage 2
-Standard Sydney metropolitan classroom


-Building on the value of respect
-Demonstrations of kindness
-Developing empathy
-Selflessly showing consideration
-Effects of playing part in a community
-Developing awareness of Random Acts of Kindness (R.A.K) week
Prior knowledge
Lesson Aims and Learning Outcomes
What students will take away from our lesson
Importance of teaching consideration
Series Structure
Without thoughtful consideration you may unintentionally hurt or offend another
consideration is always appreciated
You never know how your actions will affect another person
Lesson 1-What is consideration?
Lesson 2-Showing consideration for others
Random Acts of Kindness Week
-February 10-16th 2014
-http://www.randomactsofkindness.org/rak-week
“Genuine morality cannot be the result of being constrained by adults to behave in certain ways. Rather morality consists of the norms of cooperation and respect that can be constructed only through the interaction with peers.” – (Moshman, 2011)
Why Year 3?
“Genuine morality cannot be the result of being constrained by adults to behave in certain ways. Rather morality consists of the norms of cooperation and respect that can be constructed only through the interaction with peers.” – (Moshman, 2011)
Reference
Year 2-3 is where teachers place great learning expectations on children and is the age where learning difficulties start to emerge (Gibbons, 1991)
Before:
-Looking at the title of the book what do you think the book will be about?
-What do you think the rainbow fish would do that will make him a hero?
Throughout:
-How do you think this striped fish would be feeling?
-Do you think the striped fish really needs a special scale to play with the other fish?
-What could the rainbow fish do to help the striped fish feel more included?
Scales of consideration
VALUES
kindness
empathy
Co operation
THANK YOU! :)

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is wasted." - Aesop
Gibbons, P (1991), Literacy: reading, writing and childrens literature (4th ed.) South Melbourne, Vic: Oxford University Press. Chapter 2
Haidt, J. (2012) The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion London: Penguin Books
Kim, Minkang and Sankey, Derek (2010) "The Dynamics of Emergent Self-Organisation: Reconceptualising Child Development in Teacher Education," Australian Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 35: Iss. 4, Article 6.
Moshman, D. (2011). Adolescent rationality and development : cognition, morality, and identity. 3rd ed. New York : Psychology Press
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Lack of confidence

Personal safety

Various backgrounds

ESL students
DST "sees each child as an individual, self-organising organism moving on a trajectory through a shifting landscape of home, school, peer, multi-media and other attractor basins."
(Kim & Sankey, 2010)
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