Is listening better than talking? Is nonverbal behavior important?Social Skills Lessons to Improve Everyday Relationships!
Real-life scenarios and sticky social situations challenge students to learn about themselves and the consequences of behaviors such as: losing their temper, bullying, feeling awkward around others, not making eye contact, talking too much, and more. They also learn the value of being a good friend, first impressions, apologizing, compromising, and tone of voice. Teens and ‘Experts’ offer helpful advice through text messages and keep things light-hearted and non-threatening. A great way to improve students’ everyday social skills!
• Locate Information • Summarize • Generalize • Compare & Contrast • Cause & Effect • Form Opinions • Draw Conclusions • Main Idea • Make Inferences • Use Context Clues • Sequence • Determine Author’s Viewpoint • Analyze, Evaluate & ApplyTopics include: • How can I make friends and be a good friend? • What should I do if I have a crush? • How can I be a better listener? • What should I do about losing my temper? • Why should I be the one who apologizes? • How can I make a good impression on others? • Why is it good to ask for help? • How can I get over feeling awkward with others?
- Stock: In Stock
- Model: EREM 6105