JLBC: Respect


JLBC: Respect

JLBC Cadets For each situation, decide if the person is showing respect. Write or type your responses in the comment section below.


JLBC Cadet Respectful- Even when we don’t agree with someone, we can treat them respectfully by communicating calmly about the issue instead of calling them names or trying to hurt their feelings.


JLBC Cadets Your parents say you can’t go to your friend’s house. JLBC Cadets You are mad, so you tell them you disagree and would like some time alone.

You want to fit in with a group of kids at school, so you take a dare to jump out of a high tree to impress them.

JLBC Cadets, You are in a library reading a hilarious book. JLBC Cadets, You laugh out loud and yell to your friend that she has to come to see what you’re reading.

JLBC Cadets Respectful- You know sharing your opinion will hurt someone’s feelings, so think before speaking.

JLBC Cadets Not respecting- When you call someone names, you do not consider their feelings. JLBC Cadets You can tell someone you are upset without being unkind.

JLBC Cadets Not respectful- You are not considering the needs of other people who are trying to work and need quiet.

JLBC Cadets A new girl comes to school, and she dresses differently than you. You don’t like her outfit, but you keep your opinions to yourself.

Not Respect: Respect for yourself is as important as respect for others. Respecting yourself means you don’t do things you know could hurt your well-being.

Your friend misses the game-winning goal. JLBC Cadets, you yell that he’s such an idiot for losing the game.

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