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HEY EVERYONE! It’s time for a little pop-quiz. You’ll need: a piece of papera piece of paper a writing utensila writing utensil

Number your paper from one to five and pick the best answer! 1234512345

1) a. “Give me a pencil or else!” b. “Let me borrow a pencil.” c. “Could you please loan me a pencil?” The boy next to you never brings his pencil to class. He always wants to borrow yours. What would you like to hear?

2) a. “Nice one ace!” b. “We lost because of you!” c. “It’s ok. It’s just a game. We can always win next time.” You’re playing basketball and your team is losing by one point. All you have to do is make this last shot. You miss. What would you like to hear?

3) a. “Your dog died? Sounds like dinner!” b. “It’s ok. He was ugly.” c. “I’m really sorry to hear about your dog.” You’ve had a dog as long as you can remember and you just learned that he was hit by a car. What would you like to hear?

4) a. “Let me get a fork stupid!” b. “Move it or I’ll hurt you!” c. “Excuse me. Would you mind if I squeezed in to get a fork?” You’re in line in the cafeteria and someone wants to reach in front of you to get a fork. What would you like to hear?

5) a. “Wow! If this were golf you REALLY would have beaten me.” b. “I really thought you were stupid. Now I know you are.” c. “It’s ok. That test did seem kind of tricky!” You got an F on a test in class and were hoping no one found out about it. The kid next to you sees your grade. What would you like to hear?

Hopefully you picked C on each! Why is that? “Could you please loan me a pencil?” “It’s ok. It’s just a game. We can always win next time.” “I’m really sorry to hear about your dog.” “Excuse me. Would you mind if I squeezed in to get a fork?” “It’s ok. That test did seem kind of tricky!” Because we want people to be nice to us! Golden Rule: Treat others as you would like to be treated.

Today’s PBS lesson is on: Using Kind Words Where should we use Kind Words? (Setting) Why should we use Kind Words? (Expectation) Everywhere! Be Respectful!

TELL: When you use kind words, you say “please” and “thank you”When you use kind words, you say “please” and “thank you” You encourage others with phrases like “good job” and “good try”You encourage others with phrases like “good job” and “good try” You avoid put-downs and anything that might hurt someone’s feelingsYou avoid put-downs and anything that might hurt someone’s feelings

SHOW: Figure out if the following are good examples or bad examples of using kind words.

Good Example or Bad Example? Tommy needs to go to the bathroom, but Jimmy is standing in the doorway. Tommy says, “Excuse me.” Jimmy says, “Sure” and moves. GOOD!

Good Example or Bad Example? Tommy needs to go to bathroom, but Jimmy is standing in the doorway. Tommy says, “Get out of the way!” BAD!

Good Example or Bad Example? Tommy tries to make a basketball shot in P.E. but misses. Jimmy encourages him by saying, “Good try. You’ll get it next time!” GOOD!

PRACTICE: In groups of 2 or 3, Brainstorm about some possible examples of where kind words can be usedBrainstorm about some possible examples of where kind words can be used What kind words can be used in your examples?What kind words can be used in your examples? different places (bathroom, hallway, etc)different places (bathroom, hallway, etc)

Feedback: How do you feel when others use kind words with you?How do you feel when others use kind words with you? How do others feel when you use kind words with them?How do others feel when you use kind words with them?

Teacher: Give cat tracks to those students who actively paid attention and participated during the presentation.

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