The Morris Brothers

Character Education

Elementary Schools

Character education assembly

During the assembly these 5 pillars of character are discussed.

  • Respect
  • Fairness
  • Responsibility
  • Trustworthiness
  • Caring

Highlights include discussing:

  • Reporting vs. tattling in the classroom without disturbing others
  • Ostracizing vs. including others
  • Having great character in the classroom by being responsible & listening to your teacher.
  • Being prepared if someone with bad character peer pressures you & how to walk away with confidence
  • Reporting vs. tattling
  • Ostracizing vs. including others
  • Having great character in the classroom
  • Being prepared against peer pressure or bullying

Understanding good Character as the actions you would take when you know no one would find out.


* Role playing involving audience participation during key points above
* Original music performed live in concert


Middle Schools

Goals and Objectives – This character education assembly is designed to bring leadership and good character decisions to the attention of your middle school student’s, on their level.

Goals and Objectives – Bring leadership and good character decisions to your middle school students, on their level.

A great character school understands that bullying and lack of character go hand in hand. Assembly outline includes these 3 pillars:

Respect
For yourself
For others
Report anything illegal, or against school rules or is physically threatening

Responsibility & Trustworthiness

  1. Difference between a leader and a follower
  2. Practicing great character by recognizing different types of middle school bullying
    1. Physical Bullying
      • Picking fights
      • Threats & taunting
    2. Verbal Bullying
      • Gossiping & spreading rumors
      • Ostracizing & starting rumors
    3. Cyber Bullying
      • What is it – threats by Texting, Emailing, Sending pictures, etc
      • Consequences & harm caused
      • How to stop it
      • Keep information private
      • Delete & Report
      • Calm down
      • Don’t contribute, be a leader, not a follower

Caring
Learning how peer pressure occurs and how to be prepared by having good character

  1. Respect
    For yourself
    For others
    Report anything illegal, or against school rules or is physically threatening
  2. Responsibility & Trustworthiness
    Difference between a leader recognizing different types of middle school bullying

    1. Physical Bullying
    2. Verbal Bullying
    3. Cyber Bullying
  3. Caring
    How to be prepared against peer pressure

* Role plays are included showcasing peer pressure
* Original music and audience participation throughout the show

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