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Building Student Leadership Skills. Janis Hall, Skaggs Elementary Sandi Acheson, Sigler Elementary Kim Murff, Bethany Elementary Plano ISD. Tools and Literature Lesson Ideas to Motivate and Develop Student Leadership Skills Based on the Philosophy of these Books:. Let’s Sing.

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Building student leadership skills

Building Student Leadership Skills

Janis Hall, Skaggs Elementary

Sandi Acheson, Sigler Elementary

Kim Murff, Bethany Elementary

Plano ISD


Building student leadership skills

Tools and Literature Lesson Ideas to Motivate and Develop Student Leadership Skills Based on the Philosophy of these Books:


Let s sing

Let’s Sing

(to the tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”

Be Proactive Every Day

Be Proactive Stop and Think

Even Though it’s Hard To Do

I Think you Should Try it, Too

Be Proactive Every Day

Be Proactive, Stop and Think.


Leadership tags

Leadership Tags


1 be proactive

1 Be Proactive

  • Choose good attitudes in the library

    • Do not blame others if they find a book that you would like to have

  • Do the right thing without being asked

    • Choose to be helpful

  • Be responsible

    • Take good care of your books


2 begin with the end in mind

2 Begin with the End in Mind

  • What is my goal?

    • What kind of book do I need today?

    • What do I want to learn about today?

    • How can I be a good citizen?


3 put first things first

3 Put First Things First

  • What is most important?

    • Use your time wisely

    • Focus on your task- Make good selections


4 think win win

4 Think Win -WIN

  • Remember you will have many opportunities to choose different books

  • How you treat others is important now


5 seek first to understand

5 Seek First to Understand,

Then to be Understood

Listen

Do not interrupt others

Look other people in the eyes


6 synergize

6 Synergize


7 sharpen the saw

7 Sharpen the Saw


Find your voice

Find your Voice

How can you

help

others

in the library?


1 be proactive1

#1-Be Proactive

First I think. I then make a choice. EVERYTHING I do is a CHOICE.


1 be proactive2

#1-Be Proactive

The Little Engine That Could – Watty Piper


2 begin with the end in mind1

#2-Begin With the End in Mind

First I THINK about what I want. I then DO what will make it happen.


2 begin with the end in mind2

#2-Begin With the End in Mind

The Very Busy Spider - Eric Carle

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHiUQb5xg7A


3 put first things first1

#3-Put First Things First

I only THINK and DO what is most important.


3 put first things first2

#3-Put First Things First

The Little Red Hen–

Byron Barton

Alfred Digs – Lindsay Barret George


4 think win win1

#4-Think Win-Win

We think of a solution where no one gives up anything and everyone wins!


4 think win win2

#4-Think Win-Win

Lion and the Mouse –

Aesop Fable

Wolf! - Becky Bloom

Rainbow Fish –

Marcus Pfister


5 seek first to understand then to be understood

#5- Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood

First, I listen to others so that I may understand them, then repeat their thoughts back.


5 seek first to understand then to be understood1

#5- Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood

Rainbow Fish and the Big Blue Whale - Marcus Pfister

Runaway Bunny - Margaret Wise Brown

Miss Alaineus - Debra Frasier


6 synergize1

#6-Synergize

Because we have different strengths, we can work together to create a better idea than we could alone.


6 synergize2

#6-Synergize

Cook-a-Doodle-Doo Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel

Swimmy - Leo Lionni


7 sharpen the saw1

#7-Sharpen the Saw

I will take care of my brain and body, make deposits in emotional bank accounts, and do what I know is right.


7 sharpen the saw2

#7-Sharpen the Saw

The Snowy Day –

Ezra Jack Keats

I.Q. Gets Fit – Mary Ann Fraser


8 find my voice and help others

#8-Find My Voice and Help Others

I feel happier and more confident when I reach out to others with caring and kindness.


8 find my voice and help others1

#8-Find My Voice and Help Others

Hooway for Wodney Wat- Helen Lester

Listen to the Wind –

Greg Mortenson


Which habits can you identify

Which habits can you identify?

How Full is Your Bucket? (for kids)

by Tom Rath and Mary Reckmeyer


Bibliography

Bibliography

  • Aesop. The Lion and the Mouse

  • Barton, Byron. The Little Red Hen

  • Bloom, Becky. Wolf!

  • Brown, Margaret Runaway Bunny

  • Carle, Eric. The Very Busy Spider

  • Covey, Sean. The 7 Habits of Happy Kids

  • Covey, Stephen. The Leader in Me

  • Fraser, Mary Ann. I.Q. Gets Fit

  • Frasier, Debra. Miss Alaineus

  • George, Lindsay Barrett. Alfred Digs

  • Keats, Ezra Jack. The Snowy Day

  • Lester, Helen. Hooway for Wodney Wat

  • Lionni, Leo. Swimmy

  • Mortenson, Greg. Listen to the Wind

  • Parish, Peggy. Amelia Bedelia

  • Pfister, Marcus. Rainbow Fish and the Big Blue Whale

  • Pfister, Marcus. The Rainbow Fish

  • Piper, Watty. The Little Engine That Could

  • Sierra, Judy. Born to Read

  • Stevens, Janet and Susan Stevens Crummel. Cook a Doodle Doo


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