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Read each situation and think about how the person will feel based on the action that had happened. Have you ever seen a situation like this?
When talking to classmates in school, there are things we should keep in our head and “think” or things that are okay to say. Read and sort each one below.
Practice your detective skills to figure out what is going on in each situation! There are clues that tell you what really happened in each one.
Staying on topic is important during conversations is important. If we switch to new topics we may confuse other people.
Our behaviors cause the people around us to have positive or negative thoughts about us. Draw a line from each behavior to what it likely makes others think about us.
Introducing yourself to classmates and friends. Or just saying Hi to them in the Hallway.
Taking one piece of everyone’s idea to make everyone happy
Use for modeling and role playing in social situations for introducing yourself.
Once you are calm, it may be easier to deal with problems that are frustrating. Match each problem with the strategy YOU would use.
We are working on identifying and defining these important social skills words!
Nonverbal communication means the different ways we can communicate with our bodies. Did you know that our bodies can send a message without saying any words?
Empathy is an important skill to show others because it shows we can be good friends. When we show others empathy, we show them we care about them.
Within every situation, there are multiple perspectives. Being able to determine that others have a different point of view is essential in developing social skills.
Students will match their feelings to a situation that has occurred.
Fill in the blank with the appropriate emotion word.
Some people are comfortable with hugging, some are not. Most teachers prefer a high five. Hugs are for family or if you are going away for a long time. Always ask before you hug.
Our behaviors cause the people around us to have positive or negative thoughts about us. Read each action and match it to what others may be thinking.
When we talk to others it is important to stay on topic. This means keeping the conversation on the same subject, or continuing what you were talking about.
We can show speakers that we are listening using more than just our ears. When you are talking to someone, how do you know that they are listening? What are they doing?
Staying on topic during a conversation is important. If we switch to a new topic, we can make others confused. Let’s figure out what we could say to stay on topic.
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