Lessons, how to contact us, and other information
A free sample lesson description packet (four lessons - one from each of the three respect categories - job, others, yourself - along with the ABC's of Behavior) is available for school districts/schools who are considering starting a Respect Club™ by sending an email to email@example.com. The other free lesson descriptions listed below are available to schools who have decided to start a Respect Club or who are already running a Respect Club by sending your club number (in the email that we sent you after you registered your club) along with the particular lessons that you are requesting to firstname.lastname@example.org. We request that you limit your requests to three lessons per month. The lessons are only permitted to be used by a school district or a school that is running a Respect Club. (Please check back periodically because lessons descriptions, which you can tailor to your grade, are added to the site on a regular basis.)
Available free copyrighted lesson descriptions to clubs:
Respect for your job -
"What are the goals of education?"
"The unbelievable opportunity that you have to get a good education - take advantage of it!"
"What is a job and what is your job right now?"
"How to respect your job as a student"
"How does respecting your job help you both now and in the future?
"The Career Roller Coaster"
"Basic study skills"
Respect for others:
"The ABC's of Behavior"
"How to respect others"
How does respecting others helps you both now and in the future"
"How to control your words"
"How controlling your words helps you both now and in the future"
"What is anger? and "What and who makes you angry?"
"What are the three types of anger?"
"How to control your bad anger"
"How to safely drain your bad anger barrel"
"How being slow to anger helps you both now and throughout your life"
"The three anger styles"
"The three types of pains and how to handle them in a positive way"
"How to resolve conflicts peacefully"
"How to become a man of peace or a woman of peace"
"How to have manners and how having them helps you both now and in the future"
Respect for yourself:
"How to take care of yourself"
"How taking care of yourself helps you both now and in the future"
"What is a strong real friend and how to be a strong real friend"
"How to make strong real friends"
"How having real strong friends helps you both now and in the future"
"How to make a good choice in every situation"
"How learning to make good choices helps you both now and in the future"
"How to not let disrespectful people control you"
"How to make lemonade out of your lemons"
"How to not get yourself worked up about things that you cannot control"
The following information is available free to schools who have decided to start a Respect Club or who are already running a Respect Club by sending your club number (in the email that we sent you after you registered your club) along with the information that you are requesting to email@example.com:
1. Using The ABC's of Behavior as a tool for positive classroom management.
2. Using Respect Club information as the foundation of a PBIS program. The information can help you to start a PBIS program or strengthen an existing one.
3. A list (long) of school-wide expectations for all areas of the school that are based upon the three categories of respect.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We try our best to contact you within five business days. Due to schools being closed, we are available to have a video meeting with you during the day. We look forward to talking with you!
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