21-22 MSHS: Week 31, Day 5

Prompt We’re going to watch this video. At the end, we’re going to check how many elements of a true apology this young person has managed.   Connecting What parts of an apology did he do and which parts maybe not so much? [While written by someone else, it...

21-22 MSHS: Week 31, Day 4

Prompt We’re going to think back over the parts of an apology. This time, let’s talk about which part of an apology do you think is the most difficult to do? Adequately acknowledging / accepting responsibility of the offense or deed The expression of genuine remorse...

21-22 MSHS: Week 31, Day 3

Prompt Let’s come up with some possible restitution (ways to make amendsand follow through to commit to change) for these kinds of circumstances: You are consistently late and it inconveniences others.(Commit to change and follow through.) You hit a ball through a...

21-22 MSHS: Week 31, Day 2

Prompt When apologizing, why is it important to acknowledge the offense or deed in the apology? Connecting What can you do to help yourself be ready to make an apology? It might take some time to work up the courage It might help to talk with someone who can help You...

21-22 MSHS: Week 31, Day 1

Introduction This week’s focus is on apologies and how it is much more than just saying “sorry.” Prompt This week is focused on the need for and benefits of apologies. Sometimes we think all we have to say is “sorry” and that’s an apology, but not so! Let’s start...