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"Living by One's Own Logic May Not Feel Good"- SEL Lesson of the Middle Eastern Folktale: The Sound of Bread

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Sound of Bread

Subject English Language Arts, Social Emotional Learning
Grade Level Grades 2-8
Resource Type Handout, Review Activity
Attributes English-Language Learners (ELL), Gifted and Talented, Good for Parents
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4 Minute Video Lesson

This Lesson is great for introducing youth to the concept of irony.

 

Nasreddin Hodja is renown for his numerous stories advocating for common sense. The story of the Sound of Bread will allow learners to consider matters of injustice and how to resolve conflict.

This is a complete micro lesson on Social Emotional Development through the ethical lens of the Four Awesome Questions: Is it True?, Is it Fair? Will it Build Community and Better Friendship? Will it be Helpful to those Involved? Following the story, selected discussion questions are presented to engage critical thinking and authentic discussion.

More micro-lessons can be found for free at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj2jvGsbwv12pQOx8r-Egyw

Epic Ethics for Peaceful Schools is an Ethics-Based Social and Emotional Learning Curriculum for K-6th grade. www.epicethics.org

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Review Activity
November 25, 2021
0.6 MB
Handout
November 25, 2021
0.1 MB
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The Sound of Bread - A Persian Folktale
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The Sound of Bread - A Persian Folktale
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The Sound of Bread - A Persian Folktale
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The Sound of Bread - A Persian Folktale
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The Sound of Bread - A Persian Folktale
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