For nearly 10 years, Bri has focused on creating content to address the questions and concerns educators have about teaching classes, preparing students for certifications, and making the most of the iCEV curriculum system.
With these resources, you’ll have a well-rounded collection of lessons on respect that can help any student in your middle school class.
Responsibility involves students being accountable for their actions, working independently in an effective way, and meeting obligations.
By the time students enter your class, they probably have a rough understanding of what it means to be responsible. Usually it’s in the context of taking care of a pet, doing homework, or even babysitting.
When talking about responsibility as a pillar of character, you’ll need lessons that bridge the basic concepts to your students’ personal experiences.
To help teachers do exactly that, Learning to Give has developed middle school lessons on responsibility!
What’s great about this resource is it’s broken down by grade level so you can find content that’s perfect for your students.
The sixth grade responsibility unit is made up of five lessons that introduce the basics of responsibility through individual student activities, scenario-based learning, and reflection opportunities.
Overall, the goal of the sixth grade unit is to give students insight into people’s choices related to responsibility.