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  • 1. SAM LESSON Week of January 4-8, 2010 1st Semester Pillars of Character Trustworthiness, Respect & Responsibility & TOP 10 Procedures Review Jeopardy
  • 2. 100 100 200 200 400 400 300 400 Trustworthy Respect Responsibility Top 10 300 300 300 200 400 200 100 500 500 500 500 100
  • 3. Directions: complete review by Friday 1/8/10
    • There are four categories, the 1 st semester Pillars of Character & Top 10 procedures.
    • If your computer is not working, draw the boxes on the board and do it orally.
    • Split into 2-3 teams, keep track of score on board-points are only given if answer is correct.
    • You may want to list the Pillars answer choices on the board for reference (next).
    • Return HOME after each question is answered. HAVE FUN!!
    • Trustworthiness answer choices are:
    • Integrity, Honesty, Reliability, Loyalty.
    • Respect choices are:
    • Golden Rule, Tolerance & Acceptance, Nonviolence, Courtesy
    • Responsibility choices:
    • Duty, Accountability, Pursuing Excellence & Self-Control
    • TOP 10: could be any of them
    • Starting week of 1/11/10 all SAM
    • lessons should occur on Mondays .
  • 4. Row 1, Col 1 Live by YOUR principles. What is Integrity?
  • 5. 1,2 Treat others the way you want to be treated. What is the GOLDEN RULE?
  • 6. 1,3 DAILY DOUBLE! Acknowledge and meet your legal and moral obligations. What is your DUTY as a citizen?
  • 7. 1,4 Proceed directly there after School, RTP guidelines apply. What is BUS PROCEDURE?
  • 8. 2,1 Tell the truth, be sincere. What is HONESTY?
  • 9. 2,2 DAILY DOUBLE! Respect the autonomy of others What is the GOLDEN RULE?
  • 10. 2,3 Accept responsibility for the consequences of your choices- not only for what you do, but what you don’t do. What is ACCOUNTABILITY?
  • 11. 2,4 Right hand side, single file with classroom, silent, hands to yourself. What is HALLWAY PROCEDURE?
  • 12. 3,1 Keep your promises. What is RELIABILITY?
  • 13. 3,2 Judge others on their character. What is TOLERANCE & ACCEPTANCE?
  • 14. 3,3 Do your best, don’t quit, be prepared, make what do worthy of pride. What does it mean to PURSUE EXCELLENCE?
  • 15. 3,4 Receive a hall pass, Sign in/out on clipboard, Report any concerns to hall monitor, administrator, or teacher. What is RESTROOM PROCEDURE?
  • 16. 4,1 Stand by and protect loved ones . What is LOYALTY?
  • 17. 4,2 Resolve disagreements & deal with anger peacefully. What is NONVIOLENCE?
  • 18. 4,3 DAILY DOUBLE! Persevere, be diligent. What is PURSUING EXCELLENCE?
  • 19. 4,4 Report immediately to grade level office for a slip, then proceed directly to classroom. What is TARDY PROCEDURE?
  • 20. 5,1 Daily Double! Be forthright and candid What is HONESTY?
  • 21. 5,2 Use good manners. What is COURTESY?
  • 22. 5,3 Be prudent and disciplined with your health, emotions, time & money. What is SELF-CONTROL?
  • 23. 5,4 DAILY DOUBLE! End of class clean up. What is 30 Second Rule?