Tools for Teaching Social Skills in School : Lessons Plans Activities and Blended Teaching Techniques to Help Your Students Succeed

Description

Dealing with disruptive behaviors in the classroom can reduce the time a teacher has available for academic teaching. Teachers can help prevent problem behaviors by teaching social skills to students. When children practice and learn how to behave in the classroom, they contribute to creating an environment that's calm, quiet, and conducive to successful learning. This book provides teachers with: ? Lesson plans with activities that can be adapted for students in grades K-12. The plans include suggestions for discussion, activities, journaling, role play, and reading. ? Reproducible skill pages that you can hand out or post in the classroom as reminders to students and coupons you can use to reward good behavior. ? Techniques for ?blending? the teaching of social skills into academic lessons in reading, writing, math, and social studies. ? Ideas for using bulletin board displays and individual student graphs to motivate and monitor behavior. ? Strategies for increasing parent

Details

Author(s)
Michele Hensley, Jo Dillon, Jacqueline Ford, Ray Burke, Denise Pratt
Format
Paperback | 192 pages
Dimensions
216 x 279 x 20.32mm | 839.15g
Publication date
12 Sep 2011
Publisher
Boys Town Press
Publication City/Country
Boys Town, United States
Language
English
ISBN10
1934490229
ISBN13
9781934490228
Bestsellers rank
442,002