Character Education
Updated: 10/2/2019
Character Education
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POW Lesson Plans

Storyboard That as a Comic Maker

By Anna Warfield

A comic is a visual story told through images. Words are often used in a combination of onomatopoeia, narration, and text bubbles. The images are single scenes and changes in action or location happen by using multiple cells. Comics get their name from the word meaning “funny”. Not all comics are humorous, but the name started with political cartoons and other images printed in newspapers that often were humorous...
Social Development

Strategies to Support Language and Social Skills in Young Children

By Shari Kurtzman

Language and social skills are continuously a focus in a young child’s development. Sharing toys, taking turns, using words instead of pushing; these abstract ideas can be difficult topics to teach. But we forget sometimes, and the research has shown young children learn through play and interaction. With a quick review of milestones and some tangible, engaging, developmentally appropriate ideas to practice, parents and teachers can help to support these skills in young children both typically developing and with special needs.
Steps Sequence Lesson Plans

Sequences, Summaries, and Stories

By Anna Warfield

We put stuff in order all the time. Chronological order, numerical order, alphabetical order. We use order of steps for driving directions, recipes, processes and routines. Sometimes performing a task using the correct order of steps is crucial to success. Sequencing aids us in carrying out tasks, but also in organization of information.

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Storyboard Description

Use comics for character education! A comic can show thoughts, speech, and action!

Storyboard Text

  • That's not right! You've ruined the game. Don't you know anything?
  • Yeah, you're so dumb!
  • That's kinda mean, but I don't want to get involved.
  • It's my first time...