This Honesty unit is a crucial element for strengthening the core curriculum and ensuring our students are able to be honest with others to develop strong relationships and a positive reputation.
This would be especially useful to use as a one-off lesson or top up reminder if you are finding your class are starting to show increasing signs of dishonesty, perhaps towards one another or even to staff.
• 17 slides of Honesty PowerPoint – fully structured so no prior experience is required to deliver it. The text is also editable for you to modify as needed.
• 8 pages of Honesty Printables – graphic organizers go perfectly with the PowerPoint if you want your students to record their thoughts as you discuss. There is also a fun bonus homework included. They are in a PowerPoint format so they can easily be converted to Google Slides for paperless activities if preferred.
• 24 unique discussion cards to develop speaking and listening skills.
Your students will learn:
• how to define honesty
• how to analyse their own and others’ level of honesty
• where they might need to demonstrate honesty
• signs of being honest
• signs of being dishonest
• what can affect honesty
• self-awareness of their own honesty
• actionable steps to build honesty
In order to ensure these important skills can be integrated into our busy timetables, this resource has been designed to make it as easy to deliver as possible. It includes a structured PowerPoint that guides the class through discussions about honesty and effective skills on how to demonstrate honesty and build trust and the impact this has on their relationships and reputation. No prior knowledge or experience from you is required! On top of this, the PowerPoint text is editable so you can modify the content to suit your students’ needs, should you wish.
Also included are bonus graphic organizers which are supplementary to the PowerPoint: they work as a helpful tool for students to record their thoughts in an aesthetically pleasing way that can then be used for bulletin board displays etc. You will also find a set of discussion task cards to spark conversation and thoughts on honesty: these can be printed off for each group of students, or they can be used in whole class discussion – it is up to you.
So help build your students’ honesty and encourage them to be all that you know they can be.
Great for Character Education, Social Skills, Tutor Time Activities, Life skills and PSHE (Physical, Social, Health, Education) lessons.