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Patricia Saylor
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이 1회 수업에서 학생들은 사과하고 싶을 때 무엇을 말해야 할지(그리고 무엇보다도 말하지 말아야 할 것)를 배우게 됩니다.
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Students will craft an apology either out loud or in writing, which includes all the components they have learned in the class.

Accept responsibility
Acknowledge the impact.
Express regret.
Apologize
Make a commitment to change.
Offer restitution.
Ask for forgiveness
I taught this lesson every year in my Montessori lower elementary class with great success.  I have been teaching communication skills and writing in the classroom and to private students for more than 30 years.  I'm also a kind, older teacher who understands the value of good manners!  
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Students may write an apology letter, or use the provided checklist to practice making a sincere apology in their own lives.
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Students should have their preferred writing utensils and paper available in case there is time to write an apology at the end of class.  

Parents may want to download the handout for students to reference when they are writing.  
These topics are sometimes difficult for sensitive children. I will teach them that they are not alone in making mistakes or doing things they regret. I will help them develop both tools to apologize and realistic expectations around the way their apologies might be received.  If they bring up a sensitive situation, I will direct them to discuss it with a trusted adult outside of the class.

This is the message I share with children:
Apologizing can be hard!  No one likes to make a mistake.  Admitting you have done something wrong, or that you have hurt or upset someone can feel embarrassing.  

You might be afraid the other person will still be angry with you, even if you apologize. They might be! You can’t control how someone else responds to your apology, but you can still apologize. 

Although you can’t force another person to forgive you, if the other person believes you are truly sorry, they are more likely to accept your apology. Offering a sincere apology usually improves things, and it will probably make you feel better.  


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I am a lifetime educator.  I spent most of my professional career working in public education in North Carolina.  I raised two Deaf children adopted as preschoolers, as well as a home-grown son and a stepson.  I was the kind of mom who learned to... 
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