Students can learn what being responsible looks like, help develop what responsibility looks like in the classroom and share examples.
You can use this chart all year long to refer to and help build up a classroom community with character.
Responsibility Anchor Chart
Books and read alouds are a great place to begin a discussion on what being responsible means.
Start a discussion on what being responsible means in general and in the classroom. Create a chart with four parts so you can list the qualities and examples listed by the class.
Add what it means to be responsible, therefore defining responsibility at your grade level…
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