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What's Your Reputation?
Transcript of What's Your Reputation?
A reputation is What people think of someone because of their attitude, actions or what he or she has said
Reputations can be good and bad
What is a reputation?
Let's Play a Game!
What's the REP?
What comes to mind when you think of these animals?
It takes many good deeds
to build a good reputation
and only one bad one to
- Benjamin Franklin
What about these people?
What words do you think of when you
see these animals?
What reputation comes to mind when thinking about these people?
People know who we are by the way we act. If we consistently make good choices, we build a strong reputation for doing the right thing.
If you stand up for others, then you're creating a reputation of someone who does the right thing even when it's difficult or takes courage.
If you are unkind or hurtful, it is difficult to change your reputation - you will have to work hard to prove yourself to others.
What would someone say about you?
How can have the reputation you want?
To think more about your reputation, how you relate to others, check out the PBS It's My Life Wheelhous game at home:
What do you want
to be known for?
What reputation do you carry with you?
Check out the PBS It's My Life Wheelhouz game
Create your own wheel by answering the questions about who YOU are
Design your wheel by choosing patterns to fill in each of the rings.
Share your wheel by making a screenshot and posting it on our classroom feed