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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.
Match the size of the problem with an equal or small size of reaction.
Read each scenario on the left and change the negative self-talk into positive self-talk .
Conversation GPS is an interactive game designed for two or more players. Set up in a board game style, players have to navigate through a conversation using our game cards as a GPS to pick topics, make comments, ask questions, and respond! With spaces like “Shift the Topic” and “Pay the ticket”, there are many fun obstacles and challenges along the way. The first to drive their car to the end of the board is the winner!
For many students, starting, sustaining, and remaining on topic in a conversation is challenging. The goal of our Conversation GPS is to offer a supported fun platform for students to practice conversations, gain confidence, and experience success.
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.
Working through situations regarding when to mind your own business and/or when to tell someone.
People don’t always mean what they say. Sarcasm is when people says the opposite of what they mean to be funny or make a point. Listen to the tone of voice for clues.
Think about yourself in different environments. At school there are some things we are good at and there are some things that are harder. Everywhere we go is different!
Read the different types of figurative language. Match each example to they type and then give their definitions.
This worksheet focuses on what to say in different social situations.
Identify if you should use a LOW or HIGH speaking voice in the following situations.
Working with students on understanding the difference between big and little deals
A public place has many people around. A private place is just you. You can do certain actions in a public place but some should be kept private. Sort each place below.
We control our thoughts, feelings and actions.
Write a Y for Yes, or a N for No
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