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Students discuss what respect means. In this character education lesson, students read the book Cynthia Ann Parker and discuss the philanthropic acts in the book. Students answer questions about the text on the provided worksheet.
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Social & Emotional Learning, citizenship, cynthia ann parker, philanthropy, respect, english language arts
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