It's not WHAT you say, but HOW you say it that matters. 5th grade morning message

"People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."

-Maya Angelou

I Say, You Say...

We are going to take a look at how certain things can be said with meaning based on our tone, facial expressions, and even our body movements.

let's think about it

K-2 Draw a picture of how you felt when someone said something to you that hurt your feelings.

3-5 Complete your graphic organizer by filling in each column.

Student Skits

Move!

I wasn't talking!

I need more time.

Can I have a turn?

Stepped on my foot...

Let's reflect...

Why is it SO important to think about HOW we say things, and not just with our tone, but with our bodies, our faces, and our attitude?

How will YOU make a difference? Write your goal on your paper of how you will change the way to speak to others.

So next time you say something, remember to think about HOW you say it...how you say it with your face, your tone, and your body language.

Thank you from the 5th Grade
Created By
Kara Leathers
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Credits:

Created with images by Olichel - "girls whispering best friends" • cherylholt - "girls children kids" • David Swift Photography Thanks for 19 million view - "Laughter" • markzfilter - "crying sad child" • Paul Bowman - "Friendship" • Alexas_Fotos - "play stone colorful smilies"

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