LESSON THREE: Reading “Good People Everywhere”

From KNILT

Main Lesson Activity

This reading is about an invisible boy and how he acts without recognition. This lesson will help the students learn about making the right actions even when there are no bad consequences for themselves. Essentially, this is the lesson that establishes the foundation of a good citizen who takes the right decisions in all situations.

Material

1. The book titled “the invisible by” by Trudy Ludwig.

Main Lesson Activity

The teacher will instruct the students to read the book “Good people everywhere” as a way of learning about a good society where everyone is honest and good to others. The objective of this reading is to teach the kids how their actions define the community and make the whole society either good or bad. After this reading, the students should be able to contrast between a good and bad society and why they should aim towards contributing to the development of a good society.

Material

1. The book “Good people everywhere” by Lynea Gillen