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Teach elementary students ‘A WIN-WIN outcome is our goal’ song

You may find this short song video helpful if any of the following conditions are true:

Sing this song called “A WIN-WIN outcome is our goal” to the tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” by Jane Taylor. The re-told lyrics are by Debbie Dunn.
Sing this song called “A WIN-WIN outcome is our goal” to the tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” by Jane Taylor. The re-told lyrics are by Debbie Dunn.
Debbie Dunn aka DJ Lyons
A WIN-WIN  outcome is our goal song article clip
Debbie Dunn aka DJ Lyons

* You are trying to teach your students the difference between a WIN-WIN outcome, a WIN-LOSE outcome, and a LOSE-LOSE outcome.

* You are striving to have the class goal to be that everyone strives to have all interactions result in a WIN-WIN outcome. This includes all interactions between the teacher and each student, the teacher and the whole class, student and student, and friend to friend.

* You want a fun way for your students to understand the difference between each of the three possible outcomes to any conflict: WIN-WIN, WIN-LOSE, or LOSE-LOSE.

Directions

Directions: Play the video and have the students sing along. They will sing this song to the tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” by Jane Taylor.

Suggestion: Sing at least one verse of the traditional song called Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” by Jane Taylor. That way, the students can keep the tune firmly in mind as they apply the following alternate lyrics of the song called “A WIN-WIN outcome is our goal.”

Please note: This song is one of the activities included in the lessons called “Zeb and Deb anti-bullying K-2 lessons.

Song: A WIN-WIN outcome is our goal

© 2014 lyrics by Debbie Dunn

Sing this song to the tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” by Jane Taylor

Here’s our WIN-WIN Chorus:

A WIN-WIN outcome is our goal

In our class and with each other

As we interact together

We want all of us to WIN

A WIN-WIN outcome is our goal

In our class and with each other

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1ST Verse: WIN-WIN outcome. Woohoo!

When we get a WIN-WIN outcome

Helps us be much better friends

I want to be able to WIN

You want to be able to WIN

When we get a WIN-WIN outcome

Helps us be much better friends

* * * * *

2nd Verse: WIN-LOSE outcome. Hmmmmm!

When we have a WIN-LOSE outcome

One is happy and one is sad

I want to be able to WIN

You want to be able to WIN

When we have a WIN-LOSE outcome

One is happy and one is sad

* * * * *

3rd Verse: LOSE-LOSE outcome. Boohoo!

When we have a LOSE-LOSE outcome

Makes us both feel sad and mad

I want to be able to WIN

You want to be able to WIN

When we have a LOSE-LOSE outcome

Makes us both feel sad and mad

* * * * *

It’s WIN-WIN Chorus time! Woohoo!

A WIN-WIN outcome is our goal

In our class and with each other

As we interact together

We want all of us to WIN

A WIN-WIN outcome is our goal

In our class and with each other. Yeahhhhhhhh!

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Previous lessons

This is the Zeb and Deb anti-bullying K-2 lesson 4. For lessons 1-4, click the links below:

Lesson 1: Introducing program, song, and class rules

Lesson 2: Rob and Tina lost their joy

Lesson 3: Rob, Tina, and the Mouse Mother tale

Lesson 4: More about tiny Tina and big Rob

Lesson 5: Monkey Mick and Monkey Minn

  • Part A. Zeb and Deb anti-bullying K-2 lesson 5: Monkey Mick and Monkey Minn
  • Part B. Tattling versus telling skits set 1: Name-calling plus using I Messages (coming soon)

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Benchmarks and Standards from the Department of Education for the State of Tennessee

Please note: This anti-bullying lesson ties in with the following grades K-2 guidance counseling and health benchmarks and standards for the state of Tennessee. It could also apply to the guidance counseling and health benchmarks and standards for other states as well; however, since the author is a Tennessee resident, she has only researched Tennessee guidelines.

Please also note: Only key words and phrases will be listed for the standards. For the full text, please see the full-text resource section below for the downloadable PDF guidelines.

SCHOOL COUNSELING & CAREER GUIDANCE: GRADES K-2 (adopted in 2005)

School Counseling Standard 3: “Relate School to Life Experiences”

  • Helpers in school & community:

* Standard 3: Level 1

* Standard 3: Level 3

School Counseling Standard 6: “Knowledge and skills to achieve Career goals”

  • “Conflict management skills with peers and adults:”

* 6.3

* Standard 6: Level 2

* Standard 6: Level 3

* Standard 6: Sample Task: Stoplight Exercise

School Counseling Standard 7: “Self Knowledge and Interpersonal Skills”

  • Feelings:

* 7.2

* Standard 7: Level 1

* Standard 7: Level 2

  • “Demonstrate a positive attitude toward self:”

* 7.1

* Standard 7: Level 2

  • Communication skills:

* 7.4

School Counseling Standard 9 “Acquire Personal Safety Skills”

  • Coping skills:

9.1

  • Helpers in school & community:

* 9.2

* Standard 9: Level 1

  • Bullying & Teasing:

* Standard 9: Level 3

* Standard 9: Sample Task

  • “Effective and appropriate ways to respond to ‘put-downs, compliments, and kind responses’.”

* Standard 9: Sample Task

  • “Alternative approaches to resolving conflict non-violently”

* Standard 9: Sample Task

  • Emotion:

* Standard 9: Level 3

TENNESSEE HEALTH EDUCATION STANDARDS PRE-K – 2

Section called: Emotional, Social, and Mental Health”.

Standard 8: The student will understand the importance of positive self-concept and interpersonal relationships for healthy living.”

  • Feelings & Expression:

* 8.1

* Standard 8: Level 1 (three listings)

* Standard 8: Level 2

* 2 Teacher Assessment Indicators example

  • Manage emotions & Feeling sad/sadness:

* Standard 8: Level 2 (two listings)

  • Characteristics of a bully:

* Standard 8: Level 1

  • “Actions to take when confronted by a bully”:

* Standard 8: Level 2

  • “Role play of a bullying situation”:

* Standard 8: Level 3

* Teacher Assessment Indicators example

  • Communication skills

* Standard 8: Level 1

* Standard 8: Level 2

Full-Text Resources:

School Counseling & Career Guidance: Grades K-2 for the state of Tennessee (Adopted in 2005)

Tennessee Health Education Standards pre-K-2

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Lesson 6: Tina, Rob, and Ellen Eagle’s Traffic Light Game (coming soon)

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