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Big Thinking or Small Thinking

We are asked to make choices, share ideas, or give answers at school and in life. Small Thinking isn’t a big deal. Big Thinking is REALLY important and we should worry.


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Working when confused or thinking

We all get stuck sometimes. But we also have to get our brains focused so we can do our work. Even if our brains think a little slower we can do this.


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Thinking of Answers

Sometimes we are asked to think up an answer on our own. This can be challenging to think. We have to make sure we keep Brain Eater out and think. We also need to let staff know.


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Making Comments 2

Making appropriate comments


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[SLP] Making Eye Contact

Making eye contact with others when we are speaking to them is very important. We can show them that we are listening and how we are feeling. We can see how they are feeling, too.


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SLP – Asking Others to Play

If you want to spend time with someone outside of school, you can think about how to ask them. You can also think about what both of you would have fun doing and make suggestions.


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Meeting someone new

What do we do.


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Public versus Private Information

Which information is public and which information is private?


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Questions, Comments, Compliments

We use questions, comments, and compliments every day! Let’s see how many we can come up with!


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SLP – Responding to a Problem with Others

Problems happen all the time. These can make us feel stressed or upset. If we use our self-controller to stay calm during a problem, we can keep the problem from getting bigger.


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Listening to Others – SLP

When we talk to others, we share the talking time even if we don’t agree or if we want to talk about something else. We need to let each person have a chance to speak and listen.


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Shifting the Topic When We Feel Uncomfortable – SLP

Conversations can have many different topics. We begin by talking about one topic, and we wait until we find a good time to shift to a new topic.

 

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Students are given scenarios where one person is uncomfortable with the conversation topic. They are asked to shift the topic in the best way.


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Ignoring Others’ Behaviors – SLP

There are times when others’ behaviors bother us or interrupt us. When this happens, we can adjust our behavior and use our self-controller to pick the best strategy for the moment.

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Students are asked to pick strategies that will help them ignore distracting behavior.


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Small Talk

Cut out the answers on the bottom of the page and glue into the correct box.


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Greetings, Introduction, & Small Talk

We are working on introductions, greetings, and small talk. Below you are to match the terms in the left-hand column with the definitions or examples in the right hand column.


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Introductions & Small Talk

We are working on introductions, greetings, and small talk. Below you are to match the terms in the left-hand column with the definitions or examples in the right hand column.


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What do you say when…

Figure out what to say in each of these situations!


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