Social Emotional Learning - Respect

Social Emotional Learning - Respect

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Lesson Summary

The animated series Bluey serves as a valuable tool in fostering children's development of imagination, curiosity, and social and emotional learning.

This lesson focuses on the capability of respect. Students will recreate a supermarket setting for socio-dramatic play, navigating the roles of cashier and customer as they set prices for groceries and make purchases. This lesson has been designed to provide opportunities for students to explore social and emotional learning through imaginative play.

This suite of resources supports emotional and social learning and oral language development through a values framework. Each lesson uses intentional teaching strategies to develop a specific value. This lesson focuses on...

Click here for a full list of the values that underpin these lessons.

This lesson showcases a Bluey episode, which can be viewed on ClickView or iview.

Learning intentions:

Students will...

  • develop their social and emotional skills by exploring the capability of respect through imaginative play

Success criteria:

Students can...

  • perform the roles of cashier and customer in a supermarket
  • use oral language which is appropriately formal or informal to their role
  • use oral language which effectively communicates their purpose
  • take turns
  • work together calmly to resolve disputes
  • responsibly manage their time.

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Curriculum Mapping

Australian Curriculum (v9.0) content description:

Foundation English

  • Explore how language is used differently at home and school depending on the relationships between people (AC9EFLA01)

Year 2 English

  • Investigate how interpersonal language choices vary depending on the context, including the different roles taken on in interactions (AC9E2LA01)

Foundation Mathematics

  • Name, represent and order numbers including zero to at least 20, using physical and virtual materials and numerals (AC9MFN01)

Year 1 Mathematics

  • Recognise, represent and order numbers to at least 120 using physical and virtual materials, numerals, number lines and charts (AC9M1N01)
  • Quantify sets of objects, to at least 120, by partitioning collections into equal groups using number knowledge and skip counting (AC9M1N03)

Year 2 Mathematics

  • Add and subtract one- and two-digit numbers, representing problems using number sentences, and solve using part-part-whole reasoning and a variety of calculation strategies (AC9M2N04)

Foundation Arts (Drama)

  • use play, imagination, arts knowledge, processes and/or skills to discover possibilities and develop ideas (AC9ADRFD01)

Year 1 & 2 Arts (Drama)

  • use the elements of drama and imagination in dramatic play and/or process drama (AC9ADR2D01)

Syllabus outcomes: ENe-6B, EN1-1AMAe‑1WM, MAe‑2WM, MAe‑4NA, MA1‑1WM, MA1‑2WM, MA1‑3WM, MA1‑4NA, MA1‑5NA, MA1‑6NADRAES1.1, DRAS1.1.

General capabilities: Personal and Social Capabilities, Literacy, Numeracy.

Relevant parts of Foundation English achievement standards: Students can share thoughts and preferences, retell events and report information or key ideas to an audience.

Relevant parts of Year 2 English achievement standards: Students can organise and link ideas and use language features, including topic-specific vocabulary and features of voice.

Relevant parts of Foundation Mathematics achievement standards: Students can make connections between number names, numerals and positions in the sequence of numbers from zero to at least 20.

Relevant parts of Year 1 Mathematics achievement standards: Students can connect number names, numerals and quantities and order numbers to at least 120. Students partition collections into equal groups and skip count in twos, fives or tens to quantify collections to at least 120.

Relevant parts of Year 2 Mathematics achievement standards: Students can use mathematical modelling to solve practical additive and multiplicative problems, including money transactions.

Relevant parts of Foundation Drama achievement standards: Students use play, imagination, arts knowledge, processes and/or skills to create and share artwork in different forms.

Relevant parts of Year 1 & 2 Drama achievement standards: Students pretend and imagine as they create roles and situations in improvised drama and/or dramatic play. They perform their drama in informal settings.

Level of teacher scaffolding: Medium – the teacher will need to facilitate class discussion and enable students in creating a price list.

Resources Required

  • Device capable of presenting a video to the class
  • Device capable of timing, such as a countdown clock, app, or stopwatch with an alarm
  • Coins or counters – They do not need a specific value, as each will be given the value of $1. Older age groups may use actual representations of Australian coins and notes
  • Play groceries – Your school may have access to a set, you could use Coles Little Shop items, or you could print pictures of various foodstuffs and grocery items
  • Whiteboard

Additional Info

This is not an official Bluey lesson. does not have an official partnership with Bluey.

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