The learner will:
- define "trust."
- explain how students influence each other when there is trust.
- demonstrate equal sharing with one other person they trust.
In Lesson Three: The Cookie Share, students will meet with students in another class and share their treasure equally.
Teacher observation of students' participation
The students have been learning all about sharing and trusting one friend, our class, and their neighbors in the school. Watch important papers to be sent home asking the students to dress in a specific color or bring something to share with the whole group. Please watch for places where our trust banner will fly.
Have a large piece of plain material, a sheet or piece of paper (3' x 2') that will be a banner which forms the backdrop when students present their expertise to other grades or students. Fabric paint or tempera paint in large quantities is a must for many hands. I would also discuss the necessity for trusting your teacher, and the teacher trusting the students, to use the materials properly. It is important for students to know that you trust their ideas and concerns.
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Belding Area Schools
100 E Ellis RD
Belding, MI 48809
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