Integrity - Grade 5 Supplementary Activity

About This Lesson

In this lesson, students explore the importance of integrity by evaluating what they would do in a bullying situation. They deepen their awareness by analyzing the actions and motivations of characters in a scenario about academic integrity, and by imagining the context of a famous quote about integrity.

Concept
Self-Management
Skills
Length
20-100 Minutes
Recommended
5th Grade




Learning Objectives

By the end of this activity, students will:

  • Define integrity;
  • Understand the importance of integrity;
  • Identify and demonstrate behaviors that show integrity

Xello Entry Point

In Xello, students can add their own skills to the skills inventory in the About Me section. Consider integrity a skill, something that has to be learned and practiced, and use this lesson in conjunction with the skills inventory.

Driving Question

What does it mean to do the right thing?

Future-Ready Skills

Honesty

Communication

Self-Management

Critical Thinking



Lesson Breakdown

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15-20 minutes

Activity 1 - What Would You Do?

In this activity, students reflect on what they would do in a bullying scenario.

20-30
minutes

Activity 2 - Integrity Think Dots

In this differentiated activity, students work in groups to complete some activities that give them a chance to show their critical thinking skills related to an integrity scenario.

30-50
minutes

Activity 3 - Integrity Skits

Students create a short skit based on a quote about integrity.

5-10
minutes

Exit Activity - Students Rate Their Integrity in Skills

Have students update their skills inventory in Xello to reflect what they’ve learned and practiced about empathy.

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