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Code of Conduct

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What might be some rules you could use to teach someone how to be truthful?
Have the students write down at least five ideas on paper first.

Together draw up a class 'Tell the Truth Code of Conduct'
(Here are three examples. It's important to make up your own class one and recite it together regularly.)
1. I will not use silence to deceive others
2. I will own up
3. I will not exaggerate

Make up an action to go with each rule.

Have each student write (or type) out the Code of Conduct and decorate it. 
You could make it a competition and enlarge, laminate or scan the best to make a class poster.
Alternatively the pupils could make a slide show presenting their code's rules.

Read your code of conduct every morning. Try hard to keep it. Note any areas where you struggle and work on them.

A code of conduct is a set of rules outlining the social norms and rules and responsibilities of, or proper practices for, an individual, group or organization - Wikipedia