Best Review - Top 10 steps for Middle School lesson plan: Accept Me for Who I Am

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his is a Character Education lesson plan for grades 5 to 9. It is built around the story called "Accept Me for Who I Am."

Steps 1 to 9 include the links to all nine sections of the lesson. Step 10 gives you the link for the entire lesson plan.

Debbie Dunn is a professional storyteller, a published author, a past school teacher of fourteen years, and a Conflict Resolution Specialist. For more information about Debbie, please visit her website of http://moredunntales.com.

Character Education Lesson Plan
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Character Education Lesson Objectives


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Clicking on this resource link leads you to the following 10 items:

Character Traits Addressed
Conflict Resolution Strategies Addressed
Other Concepts Addressed
Cognitive/Instructional Objectives
Emotional Objectives
Behavioral Objectives
Glossary of Terms
Lesson Length
Links for Teaching Posters for Classroom Use
Links for all the Character Education stories and lesson plans


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K-W-L Model for K and W questions


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Here are the K-W-L Model discussion questions that introduce this story to the class.


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Character Education Vocabulary Terminology

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Students will learn about the Character Education terminology covered in this and other Character Education lesson plans.


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Character Education Story: Accept Me for Who I Am


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Story Description: Here is a story scenario you can use to help teach about the importance of the Character Education traits of Self Control, Valuing & Respecting Self, Valuing & Respecting Others, and Tolerance & Allowing. Some kids start making fun of basketball player Jason just because he is short. In the first part of the story, seventh-grader Jason reacts badly to their ridicule. He ends up getting beat up. The last part of the story shows how much better the situation can be when Jason demonstrates enough self control to talk reasonably with his tormenters. As a result, they react in a more tolerant fashion as well. The story is called “Accept Me for Who I Am.” This Conflict Resolution story is based on an idea shared with me by one of my past seventh-grade students who struggled with being a lot shorter than the other 7th-grade guys.


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Popcorn Review

Here is a quick story comprehension review to use after students listen to the teacher read this story.


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Character Education Role-Play: Accept Me for Who I Am

This is a Character Education role-play appropriate for middle school students. It is based on the story called “Accept Me for Who I Am.”

Visit this page to get the link to the PDF file for the scripted role-play to print for classroom use.


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Main Idea Discussion Questions

All discussion questions are built into the story and the scripted role-play.

For your convenience, the link to the role-play is included here.


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Follow-Up Writing Activity

Students will write about the Main Idea Discussion Questions for the Character Education tale called “Accept Me for Who I Am.”


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K-W-L Model for the wrap-up L question

Here are the final K-W-L Model discussion questions to use as a closure activity to conclude this Character Education lesson plan.


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Middle School lesson plan: Accept Me for Who I Am

Here is the entire Character Education lesson plan found on Examiner.com. It was re-told by Debbie Dunn. She is the School Conflict Resolution Examiner at the national level for Examiner.com.


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