Lesson Plan : Be polite

Teacher Name:
 Judith Bejarano Jarvio
Grade:
 Grade 1
Subject:
 Interdisciplinary

Topic:
 Be polite
Content:
 polite, everyone , sorry , thank you Skills: Pretend play Social/Emotional development
Goals:
 The children will: learn to say good morning teacher, mother , father etc. learn to say "please" know when to say "thank you" and sorry
Objectives:
 1. Children reflect on how to be polite. 2. And why this is important, when they greet people in the morning 3.Although learning to be polite may not be easy for children, it is an important lesson for young children to learn.
Materials:
 Class CD, English book” Sunshine for Baja” page # 9. Paper plates, cups, utensils, napkins Classroom table. Classroom table.
Introduction:
 1. To help teach children appropriate table manners, pretend to visit a friend’s house. Invite children to sit at a table (this may work best in the school cafeteria). Have children help set the table with plates, glasses, forks, spoons and napkins. Show children the correct way to set the table with napkins and forks on the left and spoons on the right of the plate.
Development:
 1. Hold up the book in front of the class and point to the picture of Harry. Say this is Harry. Ask the children What's his name? 2. Ask the children to guess who the other people in the pictures are.
Practice:
 1. Tell the children they are going to listen to the story on CD. 2.Follow the words with their fingers in the book. 3. Read the words in each bubble out loud.
Accommodations:
 1. Have children help set the table with plates, glasses, forks, spoons and napkins. Show children the correct way to set the table with napkins and forks on the left and spoons on the right of the plate
Checking For Understanding:
 1. When everyone is seated, show children how to place their napkins in their laps and how to wipe their mouths. Practice asking politely for items to be passed (using "please" and "thank you").
Closure:
 1. Children will understand the importance of saying " good morning” thank you" when they are encouraged to write "thank you" notes.
Evaluation:
 1. Throughout the year, encourage "thank you" notes either individually or as a group project for class visitors or parent helpers.
Teacher Reflections:
 Good manners are not automatic manners are not just about which fork to use, they are about fostering respectfulness and teaching responsibility. Teaching Respect, First Impressions and Communication Skills to help optimize a child's social confidence. "Proud to be Polite" is a perfect supplement in our daily life.

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