Meaning and Root Words What can you discover about this word? To get you started: ORIGIN: late Middle English (also in the sense ‘shut in’): from Latin - includere, from in- ‘into’ + claudere ‘to shut.’
LO's for Inclusiveness:
Distinguish between inclusive and exclusive attitudes.
Learn that inclusive helps create a community.
Understand being inclusive can have PMI's.
LO's for Values:
That values help us to stand tall and strong when others fall over.
That values enable us to become people who can lead.
That we can see different points of views (POV) about values.
Who were the winners in the race? (Hint there is more than one winner)
How does the person who designed the video get you into empathising with the actors (look at visuals and sound)?
Why not add to your "Learning Blog" a reflection on this value.
Take a Picture - Create a short 30sec video. Upload these to our media gallery on the topic of inclusiveness. A picture can say a thousand words apparently - maybe even one from your class activity or camp.
Watch the "The Race" movie above. Use less than 30 words to retell the important message of this video?
What are the five most important things about inclusiveness.. make a drama to tell these, a song, a picture, a poster etc. Communicate your 5!
Write in your blog about how you show inclusiveness at home and school. What could be your next step in showing inclusiveness?
Why not write a guest blog for your schools "I saw something positive" blog? Just spotting someone showing inclusiveness and write about it. Send it to Mr Grieve for checking and publishing.
How does inclusiveness connect with your school-wide year theme? Write a paragraph about this.
Take a Picture - Create a short 30sec video - a movie trailer that represents the value.