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Woodbury Advisory: June

A guide to activities and themes to cover with advisory classes.

Growth Mindset

 

Growth Mindset

Believe Abilities are Developed through Dedication

 Hard Work—brains and talent are just the starting point.

Love of learning

Resilience that is essential for great accomplishments.

6th Grade

Woodbury School Expectations

Have students self-reflect on the Woodbury School Expectations.

Let students look back at ways they followed safety, respect, and responsibility within the classroom, non-class time, and during lunch/break. Ask students to answer the following prompts.

  • In what ways did I successfully follow the school expectations?
  • Which expectation was easiest for me to follow? Why?
  • Which expectation was the most difficult for me to follow? Why?
  • In what ways could I improve upon these school expectations next year? Why?

End of the Year Student Reflection

Woodbury Summer Olympics

Get students excited about the Olympics!  

  • Answer their questions about the summer Olympics
  • Talk about the different activities offered
  • Discuss student dress, behavior and overall expectations for the day

7th Grade

Woodbury School Expectations

Have students self-reflect on the Woodbury School Expectations.

Let students look back at ways they followed safety, respect, and responsibility within the classroom, non-class time, and during lunch/break. Ask students to answer the following prompts.

  • In what ways did I successfully follow the school expectations?
  • Which expectation was easiest for me to follow? Why?
  • Which expectation was the most difficult for me to follow? Why?
  • In what ways could I improve upon these school expectations next year? Why?

End of the Year Student Reflection

Woodbury Summer Olympics

Get students excited about the Olympics!

  • Answer any questions students may have about the summer Olympics
  • Have students create thank you cards for Mr. Shaw for organizing the Olympics and any other faculty the advisor would like to recognize.

8th Grade

Woodbury School Expectations

Have students self-reflect on the Woodbury School Expectations.

Let students look back at ways they followed safety, respect, and responsibility within the classroom, non-class time, and during lunch/break. Ask students to answer the following prompts.

  • In what ways did I successfully follow the school expectations?
  • Which expectation was easiest for me to follow? Why?
  • Which expectation was the most difficult for me to follow? Why?
  • In what ways could I improve upon these school expectations next year? Why?

End of the Year Student Reflection

Woodbury Summer Olympics

Get students excited about Olympics!

  • Read the attached story and talk about the rules of Olympics Day. (Dress, behavior, being good sports)
  • Discuss participation and good sportsmanship