December PBIS Lesson Plan
Objective: Respecting Others
Week #1 and 2
Setting: Classroom
Skill and Critical Rule: “Today we are going to talk about Respecting Others.”
What are some ways we can show respect for others? Shape student responses into
observable behaviors.
 Use good manners (please, thank you, etc.).
 Be kind to others.
 Helping a classmate catch up after an absence.
 Be a good neighbor.
 Do unto others.
Ask students to define what it means to use respect for others in the classroom.
Use a respectful tone of voice Shape their responses into observable behaviors.
 Call others by their preferred name.
 Raise your hand and be recognized before speaking in class.
Ask students to choose their words carefully before speaking.
Example: Before you speak, ask yourself three questions:
 Is it true?
 Is it kind?
 Is it necessary?
Only if you can answer yes to ALL three questions, may you say it.
There are several different times we can use respect for others.
For example:
 When making a request of others.
 When you want something from others.
 When maintaining KHFAAOOTY.
 When someone is speaking (teacher or another student).
 When discussing differences (cultures, abilities, race, gender, ethnicity, religion,
language, etc).
Demonstration and Role Playing
Examples:
Reasons to Use Respect for Others in the
Classroom
Will have a better relationship with others
in the classroom.
Will have the opportunity to learn new
information and points of view.
Disadvantages of Not using Respect for
Others in the Classroom
Others will not respect your requests, or
want to spend time with you.
Might miss out on something really cool,
or the opportunity to make new friends.
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December PBIS Lesson Plan
Objective: Respecting Others
Reasons to Use Respect for Others in the Disadvantages of Not using Respect for
Classroom
Others in the Classroom
Gives others the opportunity to be heard.
Might miss important information, or
something really cool.
If you choose to use role-playing, remember that students may only model positive
behaviors. Teacher should always model negative behaviors.
Optional Enrichment Activities:
 Discuss other cultures, religions, and backgrounds.
 Have students write down or draw pictures of meaningful traditions. Can be
religious, cultural, related to holidays, family gatherings, etc. Choose a method
to share with classmates.
 Discuss appropriate time and place to use slang.
 Ask students to point out differences among others that they see in the community
as a whole and/or the Rogers community.
o Discuss what might happen when others fail to respect these differences.
(September 11?)
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December PBIS Lesson Plan
Objective: Respecting Others
Week #3
Setting: Hallway
Skill and Critical Rule: “Today we are going to talk about Respecting Others.”
What are some ways we can show respect for others in the hallway? Shape student
responses into observable behaviors.
 Walk without touching others.
 Walk and talk (allows traffic to continue).
 Help someone pick up belongings.
 Call others by their preferred name.
Ask students to define how to respect others in the hallway. Shape their responses into
observable behaviors.
 Use a conversational tone of voice (inside voice).
 Follow the KHFAAOOTY rules.
 Help others. Assist when needed.
There are several different times we can use
For example:
 When walking down the hallway
 When using the stairwell
 When walking as a class to another part of the building (library, assembly)
Demonstration and Role Playing
Examples:
Reasons to Use Respect for Others in the
Hallway
Using a conversational tone of voice of
allows everyone to hear one-minute
warning music.
Allows everyone to get to class on time.
(Walk and talk allows less congestion in
the hallway)
Disadvantages of Not using Respect for
others in the Hallway
Adults will ask you to lower your voice.
Pockets of students who stop to talk
prevent others from getting to class on
time.
If you choose to use role-playing, remember that students may only model positive
behaviors. Teacher should always model negative behaviors.
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