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  1. Rugby fair play Following the rules

  2. The Wallabies’ rules Wallaby Ethos: Setting the highest standards, Both on and off the field

  3. Other words for rules

  4. How do the Wallabies’ rules compare with other rules you know about? Wallaby rules/standards / ethos School rules? Family rules?

  5. Why is it important to follow rules? Ideas: • Helps people get along • Helps students learn and allow others to learn • Helps people make friends • Helps us keep safe Other ideas? • ................................................. • ………………………………………………………… • ----------------------------------------

  6. What does ‘consequences’ mean?

  7. What are the consequences if the Wallabies don’t follow the rules?

  8. What are the consequences if someone breaks the rules in your family, at school or in the community?

  9. What are the differences between rules and laws? Read more: Difference Between Rules and Laws | Difference Between | Rules vs Lawshttp://www.differencebetween.net/language/difference-between-rules-and-laws/#ixzz31IpVbOXE Source: http://www.differencebetween.net/language/difference-between-rules-and-laws/

  10. How do these codes of conduct help us follow the rules? Could you use ideas from one of these codes of behaviour for your own class/team?

  11. Worksheet fun Lower Primary Middle Primary Upper Primary

  12. Assessment Idea: Lower Primary • Create a “Personal code of behaviour” poster which illustrates the standards/rules/values (minimum of five) important to the student. The poster can include drawings, pictures, and words.

  13. Assessment Idea: Middle Primary Develop a “Class code of behaviour” (or pledge or oath) to be followed by the class during the Rugby unit. The code should make reference to the class values.

  14. Assessment Idea: Upper Primary • Create a PowerPoint presentation – similar to the Wallabies Ethos presentation - which illustrates your class or school’s rules or standards. You could also use a voice-over and music.

  15. ARU SCHOOLS PROGRAM