This READY-TO-USE (no-prep) social-emotional learning lesson about RESPONSIBILITY is based on the book, "Horton Hatches the Egg" by Dr. Seuss. In the story, Horton accepts responsibility for the care and nurturing of an egg that is left by its mother who goes off to enjoy the warm weather and play. Horton endures countless hardships to assure the safety of the egg. He shows great responsibility. Also included is a worksheet & a coloring page.
A lesson introduction video by Izzy the Wonder Dog is also included.
Using this presentation for your guidance lesson, you can easily help students to understand a variety of concepts related to character education. This lesson teaches:
· The definition of RESPONSIBILITY;
· How it applies to various aspects of our lives;
· How it can be observed in our trusted adults;
· That we create our own "luck" by being responsible; and
· Helps students understand why the development of this character trait now will point them in the direction of success in later life.
A worksheet is included to help students participate in the lesson as well as help to reinforce the concepts that are taught. Or you can purchase the PDF version of the worksheet separately if you prefer.
This lesson is appropriate for use with both large and small groups or as an individual intervention to support your social-emotional learning (SEL) curriculum. It is intended for the elementary level.
As a bonus, you also will be getting a free unique PowerPoint template that you can utilize over and over! What a bargain! A pre-made lesson ready to teach with no prep AND a unique PPT template! And all for less than the cost of a couple of cups of coffee!!
This presentation has 28 slides and includes a video of the book being read aloud to support the social-emotional learning/character education curriculum concepts that are addressed. This is a rich variety of concepts that all need to be taught to our students to ensure their later success.
I would schedule 30-45 minutes for this lesson depending upon the discussion that you lead with students and how many videos you utilize. It could easily be turned into a unit for small groups. This lesson is easily customizable for all levels of elementary depending on how you present it.
This lesson can be edited to make it fit your exact needs. I have the slides arranged in the way that I feel will help me teach, but you may want to rearrange or even delete some. The beauty of being able to personalize this lesson for yourself is that it is easily adapted to teach different levels at the elementary level or even older. All of my lessons and forms are field-tested. I have used them myself and have been successful with them.
The videos and support the social-emotional learning/character education curriculum concepts and help students to generalize them into their own lives and experiences. These videos are thought-provoking and entertaining ways to think about this very important concept and how it relates to being successful both now and in the future. I have found that videos are very effective in helping students to create an emotional link to the abstract concepts that character education involves. Coupled with discussions in which you can assist students to make the connection, it is an easy and effective way to teach these difficult concepts and assist students to internalize them into their own personalities.
This presentation includes slides that have transitions and animations to help to hold your students' interest. It is easily personalized and customized and includes a master slide that you can copy and paste into the location where additional information or personalization is desired.
Character education/SEL is vital to the success of our students. Employers report that the qualities for which they are looking when hiring include the “soft skills” that are character education. As educators, we are called to support learning in the character education and social skills areas in order to educate the whole child.
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This READY-TO-USE (no-prep) social-emotional learning lesson about RESPONSIBILITY is based on the book, "Horton Hatches the Egg" by... read more