The person responsible for this situation should go to the person who lives at that house and tell them sorry and that they should be more careful
And to help that person around their house for a week after school.
I think the person responsible for breaking the window should tell an adult. The boy
In the picture I can see that the glass in the background is broken. The person that did this should tell someone. If no ones around at the time he could pick up any broken pieces of glass so no one will step on it and get hurt. that is what I would do.
i think the person, from my analysed thought, should be a good person and tell the truth, though it may require consequenses. my perspective of the situation is that you should ALWAYS TELL THE TRUTH. BE HONEST. between doing the right thing and being honest and doing the wrong thing by being a liar,you should be honest.
If someone had broken a window I think the responsible thing to do is to say that I am sorry I will take any punishment for the problem I have caused. Some other kids would say I didn't brake the window its not my fault they would say but they would confess that they did it.
To be honest i think that person would most likely say they didn't do it so they dont get in trouble by there parents or who's window that was that person waould say they didn't do it untill they got put under presure. They would then say it was them there parents or gardian may ask them how it happened or when the person might say they did it in accident and they might not get it trouble because they told the truth.
or girl should tell an adult because they may get in trouble, but not as much trouble as if they were to wait. If they told an adult the adult would more than likely thank you for your honesty and not get you in that much trouble. No mater what you did wrong telling the trough is always the wright way to go.
In the picture on page 338/339 the baseball went through the window and landed on the table and broke the glass of the window. A responsible person in this situation is go to the person that owns the house and tell them what had happened and pay for the window. They should also tell them it was an accident and apologize for what they have done and do something to pay back for what they have done. Then the person should learn not to play with a baseball or anything that can go through a window near buildings. That is what I think the responsible person would do in this situation.
What to do incase you do something on accident. I think that person should go tell an adult about his or her accident. Also I would tell that person to be more careful the next time he or she is playing with that toy. I would also tell that person that next time don't play in an area with glass they should go find somewhere else to play. I would also make that person say that they're really sorry. Now you know to be more careful.
I think that person should apologies to who's window that was . Offer to help for a whole week. Try to fix the window and tell the truth and take the punishment for braking the window into many bits. Always be honest and that person that broke the window should promise to play baseball or any ball outside.
The boy/girl should tell the adult what she or him had done to the window. After that she play somewhere else where there are no houses. Then she could invite so friends to play with her.
I think the boy or girl should tell the adult because if you hide it you will get in more trouble then if you tell them right away
I'm excited to see students discussing curriculum in a blog. I'm wondering if students were able to relate to the picture in the textbook to their own experiences. Have they been in a situation where it was difficult to tell the truth because they might get in trouble at first, but in the end it was the right thing to do? Interesting dilemma . . . .
Let's chat and discuss what we are learning about in the sixth grade!