Before the lesson
- Activity: Being respected (see Classroom resources) – for pupils needing support with the main activity
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- To understand that respect is two-way and how we treat others is how we can expect to be treated
- Pupils should know practical steps they can take in a range of different contexts to improve or support respectful relationships
- I understand respect is an important part of relationships
- I can explain how I would want to be respected
- I understand that I should treat others how I expect to be treated myself
- PSHE Association’s Programme of Study for PSHE Education
Recap on the previous lesson on Being thoughtful and polite towards other people. including:
- What do we mean by respect? For example, admiring something about someone else and having regard for other people’s Emotions that a person can feel. and A set of actions and principles that are entitled to someone
- Who should we respect? For example, parents, friends, teachers, celebrities, people with certain jobs. Although we should treat everyone with respect.
- How can respect be Not knowing where you are or how to get somewhere.? For example, changes in The way that somebody acts around other people., finding something out about a person that you don’t like or agree with, being When you expect someone to do something for you but they don’t…. by a person.
- What do we Thinking about things that happened in the past. learning about respect?
Explain that respect is a key part of any relationship and it is important that we treat other people as we would want to be treated ourselves. Tell the children that you are going to ask them to think about how they would like other people to respect them.
Give the headings:
- Another term for ‘the internet’.
- My friends
- My Those in the same year group as you.
- Adults I know well
- Other adults
The children can decide how they want to present the information but they need to include each heading and the key ways they would want to be respected by that A number of people who are gathered together. or in that situation. You may find it Helping someone or a situation to improve. to provide some or all of the class with a copy of Activity: Being respected (see Classroom resources).
Some examples are given below:
- Online (giving Beneficial or good. feedback/comments, not sharing information)
- My friends (understanding how I am The physical or emotional response to something., giving positive feedback, listening to my opinion, not sharing information about me with others)
- My peers (listening to me, respecting my opinion)
- Adults I know well (understanding how I feel, talking to me about things which affect me, valuing my opinion)
- Other adults (talking to me in an appropriate way, listening to my opinion)
When they have considered this, they can discuss their answers with their partner/table. Then take some feedback from them. Discuss whether there are some which apply to all the groups, and what the differences are.
- How do I want others to show their respect for me?
Pupils needing extra support: Can use the Activity: Being respected for the main activity as it provides a structure.
Pupils working at greater depth: Add to the main activity by also including how they can show respect to these groups of people/in this situation.
Ask the children to look again at their Anticipating that something will happen a certain way. and then remind them that we should treat others how we want to be treated ourselves.
Are there any expectations the children feel they need to work on and perhaps don’t show the respect to others that they would expect themselves. Ask them to share this with someone in the class they To believe that someone or something is safe and reliable..
Over the next week the children can remind each other about respect and make a note of when they see respectful behaviour.
At the end of each day you could ask children to share any examples of respect they have seen. Or you could ask them to write down any examples of respect and put them into a respect box or onto a respect display.
- How do I respect others?
- How do others show respect?
Assessing pupils' progress and understanding
Pupils with secure understanding indicated by: Understanding what respect is and how I should be respected.
Pupils working at greater depth indicated by: Understanding the link between receiving and giving respect.
To show or present how something works.
To be rude or offensive to somebody.