1. Character Education that works – Anger Management Song

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    Character Education that works – Anger Management Song Children (K-5) learn how to control their anger by making better choices when they are upset and about to fight in school. Choices are given in the words to the song and the class talks about what action can be taken to avoid a brawl in school, at home, or on the streets. The class sings the song along with music and afterwards they discuss the meaning. After children learned the song, the words are used to help them when they are facing internal drama. Example – Did you count to ten? – Did you walk away? - How can you control your anger the next time? Directed by Harold B. Pritchett, Character Education Teacher.

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    • Character Education that works – Value Achievement

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      Character Education that works – Value Achievement Children (K-5) learn to value their achievements by talking about how to value education. The class focuses on personal responsibility and individual choices that must be made in order to achieve. Students discuss achievements as being similar to accomplishments using key words as special effort, great courage, ability, etc. The video is played once and repeated a second time; only on this occasion paused, to chat about the images. Children are taught how significant homework is to achievement, individual responsibility for paying attention, and to respect their teacher. Students are encouraged to achieve academic success as a path toward other personal achievements. Directed by Harold B. Pritchett, Character Education Teacher

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      • Warner News – A visit from YoJo

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        Warner News – A visit from YoJo Yo-Jo entertained the students and parents during the Warner Community Supper. The children were thrilled to have him amuse them. This is just a small portion of the program. Directed by Harold B. Pritchett

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        • Warner News – Community Supper

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          Warner News – Community Supper Students, parents, and teachers come together for supper along with a show featuring Yo-Jo. This portion of Warner News includes interviews with students and parents. Directed by Harold B. Pritchett

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          • Character Education that works – No Bullies Song

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            Character Education that works – No Bullies Song Children (K-5) learn bullying is a form of aggressive behavior manifested by the use of force or coercion to affect others, particularly when the behavior is habitual and involves an imbalance of power. Students discuss bullying and sing along with the video, afterwards bullying behavior is talked about in class. The students learn to use the words to the song to point out bullying anytime it appears in their class and to report it to the teacher. Bulling is detrimental to students’ well-being and development. Directed by Harold B. Pritchett, Character Education Teacher

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            • Character Education that works – Student Interviews

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              Character Education that works – Student Interviews Children (K-5) talk about what they learn in Character Education class. In class they sing songs, talk about their feelings and what choices to make in real-life experiences. Students want to do the talking, they want to do the sharing, and they want to analyze the life skills they have learned in class. Once you get them taking about Character Education, its hands off – that is when you, as the teacher, listen and learn. Directed by Harold B. Pritchett, Character Education Teacher.

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              • Character Education that works – My feelings

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                Character Education that works – My feelings Children (K-5) learn about their feelings and how their feelings are unique. The class sings the song “My Feelings” and learns the lyrics. Afterwards they discuss their feelings, how feelings change, how to handle anger, etc… Children learn how important it is to talk with someone about your feelings when you are upset until you’re glad again. The lyrics are used to reinforce their understanding during real-life experiences in the classroom, hallway, cafeteria, etc….. To develop students socially, ethically and academically an infusion of character development must be used in every aspect of school culture and curriculum. This will help students develop good character, which includes knowing, caring about and acting upon core ethical values such as respect, responsibility, honesty, fairness and compassion. Directed by Harold B. Pritchett, Character Education Teacher.

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                • Character Education that works – A chat with Ms Lynch

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                  Character Education that works – A chat with Ms Lynch Ms Lynch, a second grade teacher, talks about how character education helps her class. Getting the whole school involved helps with classroom management. When you build a community, you need to teach students about themselves, about the kind of person they want to be. Then you will have fewer management problems, and you can teach the curriculum better. Directed by Harold B. Pritchett, Character Education Teacher.

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                  • Character Education that works – Goal Setting

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                    Character Education that works – Goal Setting Children (K-5) learn how to set short term and long term goals. Children are taught the chant “I’m just a kid. Setting my goals – that’s how I am going to live.” The class discusses short term and long term goals. What are you going to do? Why is it important? Action words – plan, organize, lead, develop, build etc… A Goal Setting music video is added and the children sing along with the video. Check with the children everyday to get them to talk about their daily goal and converse about their long term goals. Directed by Harold B. Pritchett, Character Education Teacher.

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                    • Character Education that works – Look in the mirror

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                      Character Education that works – Look in the mirror Children (K-5) learn how to love themselves, which starts them making a conscious decision, an intention to become happy and lead a fulfilled life. When children make a decision to love themselves, they are really saying that they want to come alive and accept that they are responsible for the outcome that they experience in life. Most would like themselves to shine from living a fulfilling life experience. Self-esteem and self-love are issues that are often related. Children, who suffer from low self esteem, may possibly have a root cause of insufficient self-love. Homework: go home look in the mirror and say “I just want to love you.” - to yourself. Directed by Harold B. Pritchett, Character Education Teacher.

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