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Social Stories. What is Respect?. Respect is being careful and thoughtful with other people. Teachers and students show respect with kind words and actions. Respect helps everyone feel welcome, comfortable, and safe. Here are a few ways that teachers and students show respect at school.

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what is respect
What is Respect?
  • Respect is being careful and thoughtful with other people. Teachers and students show respect with kind words and actions. Respect helps everyone feel welcome, comfortable, and safe. Here are a few ways that teachers and students show respect at school.
  • Respect is carefully helping another student.
  • Respect is sharing. Saying, “Thank you,” shows respect, too!
  • Respect is working quietly when others are trying to think and finish their assignments.
  • Respect is using kind words with a gentle voice, often with a smile, too!
  • Respect is being careful and thoughtful with other people.
  • Teachers and students show respect with kind words and actions. Respect helps everyone feel welcome, comfortable, and safe.
it s the teacher s decision
It’s the Teacher’s Decision
  • Teachers make many decisions for their class. A decision is a firm –and usually final –choice. Teachers make a lot of decisions, like who collects the lunch money and how to care for classroom pets. It’s their job. Teachers often make decisions about ideas from students.
  • A student might have an idea –and a question –for his or her teacher.
  • When the teacher says, “That would be fine,” it is a yes decision. This yes decision means that the student who is asking the teacher a question may do what he or she wants to do.
  • When the teacher says, “Not right now,” it is a no decision. The student who asked the question may not do what he or she wanted to do.
  • Teachers make many decisions each day. My teacher makes decisions, too. Sometimes, my teacher may make a yes decision. Other times my teacher may make a no decision. Making decisions is part of my teacher’s job.
learning to share ideas
Learning to Share Ideas
  • Sharing ideas is one way students learn. Learning how to share ideas makes it easier to work together.
  • Every student has ideas. Sharing ideas means giving everyone in the group a chance to talk. Sharing ideas also means listening to what others say.
  • Sometimes one student may have a lot to say! Remembering to pause occasionally gives others a chance to talk, too!
  • It’s smart to occasionally use student names when working with a group. That way, it’s easier for students to take turns as they talk or listen.
  • Many times, helping each other is a good way to share ideas, too!
  • Sometimes when students share ideas, they may not agree. There may be a conflict. Conflicts are okay. Staying calm helps students work things out. Sometimes, help from an adult may be needed to find a solution.
  • Sharing ideas means giving everyone in the group a chance to talk, and listening to what they say. Learning how to share ideas makes it easier to work together.
telling teachers about a problem
Telling Teachers About a Problem
  • Teachers and students talk about many things. They often talk about good news. They can also solve problems together.
  • Sometimes, a student may have a problem, or feel frustrated or angry. Telling the teacher can help. That way, the teacher will know there is a problem. She can help to solve it.
  • If I have a problem at school, telling the teacher may help. If I feel frustrated or angry, telling the teacher may help, too. Teachers can help students solve problems and feel more comfortable again.