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Respect - Sportsmanship/Bullying

Social Studies - 3rd Grade EFL
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Justin M Thibedeau

on 20 November 2014

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Transcript of Respect - Sportsmanship/Bullying

Sportsmanship
Respect the Rules
Respect Your Team
Support your teammates no matter what. Cheer for your team from the bench and help your teammates.
Do Your Best
If you always do your best then you won't feel bad even if you don't win.
Play to Have Fun
Playing games is about having fun first and winning second.
Respect the Other Team
Good
Sportsmanship
People who are polite, play fair, and handle losing well have good sportsmanship.
Always follow the rules of the game, play fair, and don't cheat. Respect the referee.
No matter who wins, shake hands with the other team after the game.
Why is it important to be a good sport?
Kids who have good sportsmanship are fun to play with. Kids don't want to play with someone who gets angry all the time and won't let others play.
Respect is thinking in a positive way about yourself and others. Believe good things about yourself and other people.
Respect means treating other people the way you want to be treated. Respect includes good manners like saying, "Please" and "Thank you", "Excuse me" and "I’m sorry." Respect is acting in a way that shows others you care about their feelings. Even unpleasant feelings, like anger, can be expressed in a respectful way.
Respect is in our feelings.
Respect is in our actions.
Bullying
...I care about other people trying to read and find books.
Why are you quiet in the library?
...I don't want to get in trouble.
Imagine it's your birthday and your friend gives you a present. When you open the box, you find something you don't like. If you tell your friend the truth, your friend will be sad. What can you do?
White Lies
Be Honest and Respectful
The Gift
Tell your friend something that's not true, so you don't hurt your friend's feelings.
"Wow! What beautiful socks!"
"Oh! This gift is so much fun!"
You tell a white lie because you respect your friend's feelings.
Think of something true and nice to say about the gift.
"Great! I need some new socks."
"Thanks! This gift is so useful!"
Now you can be honest and still respect your friend's feelings.
The Library
Thinking of Others
Why do you put books back after you finish looking at them?
Think about your answers to these questions.
I'm quiet in the library and I always put away my books because...
Rules
I do the right thing, so bad things won't happen to me.
I'm quiet in the library and I put away my books because...
I do the right thing for the right reason.
Playing sports can be exciting. However, sometimes people can get over excited about trying to win and forget about respecting other people's feelings.

It's important to have good sportsmanship.
Physical
Threats
Being made afraid of getting hurt.
Teasing
Being laughed at and teased in a mean way.
Lies and Rumors
Lies or nasty stories told about people to make other kids not like them.
Exclusion
Being ignored, left out on purpose, or not allowed to join in.
What about me?
What can I do?
What is bullying?
Being hit, kicked, or pushed around.
What it really feels like.
What it really feels like.
What it really feels like.
What it really feels like.
What it really feels like.
Not respect.
Respect.
Not honest.
Respect yourself and others.
Bullying is unfair. It happens when a person or people make someone feel bad on purpose again and again.
We all get angry sometimes. Being angry can make you forget to respect people. When you're angry, stop and think before you say or do something that will hurt someone.

1) Will this hurt me or anyone
else?
2) How would I feel if someone
did this to me?
Bullies
Bullies don't respect other people.They don't understand that EVERYONE is different.
Not better or worse. Just different.
Bullies have many ways to hurt people.

Watch out for these types of bullying...
The biggest problem is people who see someone being bullied and don't help. If you don't stop a bully, then the bully will think it is okay to be mean.
What do you do with the mad that you feel?
By Fred Rogers

What do you do with the mad that you feel
When you feel so mad you could bite?
When the whole wide world seems oh,
so wrong…
And nothing you do seems right?
What do you do? Do you punch a bag?
Do you pound some clay or some dough?
Do you round up friends for a game of tag?
Or see how fast you go?

It’s great to be able to stop
When you’ve planned a thing that’s wrong,
And be able to do something else instead
And think this song:
I can stop when I want to
Can stop when I wish.
I can stop, stop, stop any time.
And what a good feeling to feel like this
And know that the feeling is mine.
Know that there’s something deep inside
That helps us become what we can.
For a girl can be someday a woman
And a boy can be someday a man.

Be a leader and stand up to bullies
Be kind to a kid being bullied
Tell a teacher or parent
If you've ever bullied someone before, make sure you stop and apologize. Saying sorry doesn't make it okay, but you will both feel better.
What were some of the problems you saw in the video?
Please.
Thank you.
Excuse me.
I'm sorry.
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