an artist who often thinks “outside the box,” and likes using unconventionally color choicesThis “hook” will be a fun, yet informative way for students to become informed about respect.
The Details Grade Level-3 Estimated Time-90minutes
Standards Addressed 9.1.3.A: Know and use the elements and principles of each art form to create works in the arts and humanities. 9.1.3.B: Recognize, know, use and demonstrate a variety of appropriate arts elements and principles to produce, review and revise original works in the arts. 9.1.3.H: Handle materials, equipment and tools safely at work and performance spaces.
Objective Studentswill learn the importance of showing respect and will be able to recognize feelings associated with receiving respect and also those feelings associated with disrespect. Students will demonstrate feelings of respect by creating their own ducklings and placing them in our classroom “Respect Pond.”
Materials Needed A copy of The Ugly Duckling Paper and Pencils Card Stock (different colors) Scissors Glue Different colored feathers Large Piece of Light Blue Construction paper (or Poster board) Duck shaped Template Markers Pictures of Real Ducks
Resources -The Ugly Duckling book -Introduce class to Jim Dine Video on Respect
Vocabulary Introduced Acceptance Respect Understanding Trace o Sharing Trust o Love o Nurturing o Forgiveness o Differences o Overlapping (for use of gluing feather
Essential Questions What is respect? How do we show respect? What is disrespect? Does being disrespected feel the same as being bullied? Why? What are feelings that are evoked by being respected?
Procedure Read The Ugly Duckling Talk about respect with students, list feelings evoked by respect Have students watch video clip Present real pictures of Ducks to students. Have students create their own duckling using cardstock and colored feathers. Have students place ducks in “Respect Pond” Add grass and Cat Tails to pond with respectful words written on them.