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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.
Match the statements of how others might feel to the statements describing certain behaviors.
When we are having a conversation with someone, we can ask them questions to get more information. We let them know we are interested in what they have to say.
Decide if each option is appropriate to do or say when interacting with others. If not, explain why and what you would say instead.
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.
Match the actions with the thoughts that others might have if you do those actions.
Think of what you could say in each situation to state your own opinion in a respectful way.
Responding to others shows people that we are listening to what they say and that we’re interested in the things they’re telling us.
When others are helpful or polite to us we should know what to say back.
Identify if you should use a LOW or HIGH speaking voice in the following situations.
Read each statement and decide if that behavior is acting like a friend or not acting like a friend.
Making choices that are positive or negative while at school. Think about what would happen if you made this choice.
Think about what can help you calm down. Sort the scenarios into good choices or bad choices.
Idioms have hidden meanings which are different from what each phrase sounds like. Match each idiom to its hidden meaning.
When we work in a group or classroom we need to be able to communicate clearly. Sometimes we need to ask questions to better understand each other or to get along.
Read each behavior and think about how it would make others feel. Then write how you would change it, to get your point across in a way that makes others have positive feelings.
Small talk is a short polite conversation we have when we see someone quickly. We might talk about the weather, the weekend, or ask someone “What’s new?”
Sometimes we want to greet people with a hug. This may not be acceptable or wanted by the other person. Think and write an appropriate response about personal space.
People can show you how they’re feeling or what they’re thinking about based on what they do with their body. Read each description and tell how they feel or what they’re thinking.
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