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Students watch teacher role-play scenarios in which forgiveness is both withheld and granted, discuss scriptural verse in relation to forgiveness, recall and discuss story of Prodigal Son, role play scenes in which forgiven is given, and...
Students examine and discuss emotions and the concept of forgiving and how it can make them feel. They listen to the story "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, Very Bad Day," and show feeling cards that express how they feel while they...
High schoolers explore the importance of forgiveness and making positive choices. In this literature lesson, students read Touching Spirit Bear, discuss the importance of the chapters and complete short research projects.
Students discover forgiveness. In this forgiveness lesson, students examine the Lord's Prayer. Students deconstruct the theme of the Lord's Prayer and examine forgiveness of self and forgiveness of others.
In this bible study worksheet, students read the story of "The Lost Son" in the Bible to determine what Christians believe about forgiveness. They make a poster, retell the story, and talk about a time when it was difficult to forgive...
After reading Simon Wiesenthal's The Sunflower, pupils form opinions either for or against forgiveness as well as analyze Wiesenthal's choice about forgiving. Before completing their essays, learners participate in class discussions to...
Tenth graders determine if forgiveness can lead to nonviolence. In this nonviolent resistance lesson plan, 10th graders discuss the concept of forgiveness and read examples of the forgiveness that Gandhi granted. Students write letters...
Students examine the idea of forgiveness through art. They discuss a situation in which someone who made them angry. They are read a book called "Snail Started It" and illustrate the scenes using a felt board.
Students are introduced to the concepts of forgiveness and gratitude. As a class, they listen as they are read a story and note acts of forgiveness and gratitude. They answer comprehension questions and brainstorm definitions of peace...
Learners brainstorm what they believe forgiveness means. Individually, they write about a time in which they forgave someone and how it made them feel. To end the instructional activity, they participate in a role play activity in...
Explore the works of Dr. Seuss, such as Horton Hears a Who, Horton Hatches and Egg, The Sneetches and Other Stories, The Lorax, The Butter Battle Book, and Yertle the Turtle and Other Stories. Each story lesson includes reading...
Boost emotional intelligence and division skills with a three-question worksheet featuring two imaginary towns that record when citizens hurt, forgive, or punish one another. Using division, scholars calculate each problem to decide...
Students read several historical folktales and give examples of compassion in the folktale. They describe challenges a person who forgives must be ing to face and give examples of songs or poems that speak to the idea of forgiveness.
Students, after reading and analyzing Rebecca Brown's "Forgiveness" and Christine Delea's "CoCo Chanel in the Stairwell," explore and focus on the author's tone and genre analysis. They interpret different rhetorical situations as they...
Young scholars explore Cherokee legends. They read The First Strawberries by Joseph Bruchac, and then do several activities to help comprehension. They discuss the book and answer comprehension questions. In addition, they retell the...
How can we heal our hearts through forgiveness? The third activity in a series of six prompts readers to answer questions about Words by Heart by Ouida Sebestyen. Not only does it activate background knowledge on the text, but it also...
Forgiveness can be a difficult step to take in any circumstance, but is it more difficult if the offense is more egregious? High schoolers consider the concept of forgiveness before reading William Shakespeare's The Tempest. As kids read...
Get in touch with the emotional side of writing by reading Words By Heart. The writing assignment helps learners make personal connections with the text and hone their writing skills by exploring a time that they had to forgive or be...
"I have never been able to forgive the rich for being rich, and it has colored my entire life and works." This colored view is the focus of a close reading activity that asks readers of The Great Gatsby to examine the way Fitzgerald's...
Before you begin your unit on William Shakespeare's The Tempest, introduce the themes of the play with a instructional activity based on the biblical story of Joseph. Taking your high schoolers through selected text from Genesis 17-44,...
The anticipation guide for Words by Heart is the first of a series of six, contains lesson plans for the activity as well as a handout to be completed individually, in pairs, or as a class. It sparks interest for the text and activates...
Is it better to ask for permission or for forgiveness? Compare and contrast these choices with a reading comprehension activity, which focuses on a script about a girl asking each of her parents if she can attend a concert with her friend.
"We need forgiveness and someone to blame." True? Class members continue their analysis of the central claims in Walter Mosley's essay and the support he offers for these claims about people's fascination with crime.
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