Presentation on theme: "Six Pillars of Character. Trustworthiness Be honest Don’t deceive, cheat, or steal Be reliable — do what you say you’ll do Have the courage to do the."— Presentation transcript:
Trustworthiness Be honest Don’t deceive, cheat, or steal Be reliable — do what you say you’ll do Have the courage to do the right thing Build a good reputation Be loyal — stand by your family, friends, and country
Respect Following the Golden Rule- Treat others the way you want to be treated Be accepting of differences – even if they look, act or believe differently Use good manners, not bad language Caring about the feelings of others Don’t threaten, hit or hurt anyone Solve disagreements peacefully
Ways to Show Respect Help your parents at the store. Eat dinner as a family. Do your homework without an argument. Raise your hand in class. Listen to the teacher and other students. Work together nicely. Do not litter. Say the Pledge of Allegiance and sing the National Anthem.
Responsibility Do what you are supposed to do Plan ahead Persevere: keep on trying! Always do your best Use self-control Think before you act — consider the consequences Be accountable for your words, actions, and attitudes Set a good example for others
Ways to Show Responsibility Brush your teeth. Get dressed on your own. Make your bed. Save your money. Clean up after yourself. Work hard in school. Return your library books. Obey street signs Don’t smoke.
Fairness Play by the rules Take turns and share Be open-minded; listen to others Don’t blame others carelessly Treat all people fairly Take the time to get to know a person
Ways To Be Fair Taking Turns when you play with friends, family and teammates. Sharing when there isn’t enough for all. Showing good sportsmanship. Cheer for all players. Listening to one another when we have a conflict. Ask questions before you blame someone. Help everyone to meet a goal.
Caring Be kind Be compassionate Express gratitude Forgive others Help people in need
Ways to be Caring Be kind to your pets. Spend time with your family. Help siblings get ready in the morning. Say “Thank You” as often as you can. Keep your community clean. Help people in need- donate food, collect clothing for those in need. Stand up to bullying- Be an Upstander.
Citizenship Do your share to make your school and community better Cooperate Get involved in community affairs Stay informed; vote Be a good neighbor Obey laws and rules Respect authority Protect the environment Volunteer
Ways to be a good Citizen Work together as a team to solve problems. Listen to everyone's ideas. Respect everyone’s opinions and beliefs. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle at home, in school and in the community. Participate in school and community events. Ask to vote with your parents and vote when you turn 18. Hold a door for someone. Help if someone drops their things. Follow the rules/laws.