We’ve all had someone apologize to us before and we could tell they didn’t really mean it. It doesn’t feel good and makes it seem like they don’t really care that we were hurt. So, when our students learn to apologize, it’s important that they really mean it!
These activities are designed to help students learn the difference between “real” genuine apologies and “fake” insincere apologies, as well as provide them practice making genuine apologies.
It contains the following:
– Write the Apology worksheet
– Apologizing journaling prompts
– Apologizing Rubric (student and teacher version)