Respect For Others
TREAT OTHERS WITH RESPECT
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Treating people with respect makes your world a nicer place to live in, whether it's at home, at school, or out in your community. And it's easy - all you have to do is treat people the way you like to have them treat you. Here are a few ideas.
â€¢ Don't insult people or make fun of them.
â€¢ Listen to others when they speak.
â€¢ Value other people's opinions.
â€¢ Be considerate of people's likes and dislikes.
â€¢ Don't mock or tease people.
â€¢ Don't talk about people behind their backs.
â€¢ Be sensitive to other people's feelings.
â€¢ Don't pressure someone to do something he or she doesn't want to do.
We live in a diverse nation made up of many different cultures, languages, races, and backgrounds. That kind of variety can make all our lives a lot more fun and interesting, but only if we get along with each other. And to do that we have to respect each other. In addition to the list above, here are some ways we can respect people who are different from us.
â€¢ Try to learn something from the other person.
â€¢ Never stereotype people.
â€¢ Show interest and appreciation for other people's cultures and backgrounds.
â€¢ Don't go along with prejudices and racist attitudes.
We are going to look at respecting others.
What does respect mean? Discuss.
Who are important people who you should respect? Discuss and feedback.
How do you show respect to all (and for those people you have just mentioned)? Discuss and feedback.
What have you done that is disrespectful (clarify meaning of disrespectful as the opposite)? Was this the right thing to do or the wrong thing?
What would be the right thing to do? Discuss and feedback.
List characteristics of a respectful person together.
Use all of this to create a respect banner on which they can write all of their ideas around the word RESPECT
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