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Sort the “ought” and “aught” words into the correct category.
When I enter school in the morning, my school day has started. I need to use expected behavior while I wait in the hallway before going to Advisory.
This activity helps students to recognize and interpret phrases with more than one meaning that they may hear in everyday conversations. Match each phrase to its definition.
This activity helps students learn which behaviors and topics are okay for public places and which should be kept private. Sort the behaviors and topics below- public or private?
Sorting scary vs. brave scenarios based on a particular student’s history
Is the problem big or small
Social Skills – Dining
Numbers vs. Letters
When we have a conversation, we should split the time we talk 50/50. This skill helps students self-monitor and pay attention to how much they’re talking during a conversation.
Sometimes being direct can come off as offensive or harsh. Instead, students can learn to use indirect language to correct or disagree with someone in a more gentle way.
Pick which words are nouns (people, Animals or things) and which are verbs (actions)
This concept teaches students how to keep a conversation going. We make comments that connect or match. This is an important social skill that helps students to connect with peers.
This concept teaches students how to keep a conversation going. Our comments should connect or match. This is an important social skill that allows students to connect with peers.
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