The student will define honesty after a class discussion.
The student will distinguish between honest and dishonest
The student will identify how to respond honestly when given different
Duration of Lesson:
Get materials for friendship kits.
Get overhead projector.
Review the definition of honesty. Write student answers on
Have students give examples of ways in which they have been
Divide the class into groups.
Give each group a scenario. They will determine if the
scenario shows honesty. If it doesn't, they will tell how to make
the scenario show honesty.
Have the whole class decide if the group is correct.
Continue through each group.
Discuss being an honest friend and talk about different ways they
can be an honest friend.
Discuss what each item represents as they put their kits together.
Take the kits home when completed.
When students finish their kits, they may send an e-card to a friend using the
Pair a student who has difficulty reading with another student.
Check IEP's for specific student modifications.
Take home the "Friendship Kits" and discuss what each item represents.
Virginia Content Standards
Reading Language Arts: RLA.2.1.3, RLA.3.1.4, RLA.4.1.4
Science: SC.2.6.1, SC.3.6.2, SC.4.6.2
Social Studies: SS.2.1.3, SS.3.1.2, SS.4.1.2
Language Arts Standards
5. Uses the general skills and strategies of the reading process
8. Uses listening and speaking strategies for different purposes
Working With Others Standards
3. Works well with diverse individuals and in diverse situations
4. Displays effective interpersonal communication skills
5. Demonstrates leadership skills
Thinking and Reasoning Standards
2. Understands and applies basic principles of logic and