Positive Social Behaviors Teacher Resources
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New Review Feeling On Display
Many teen girls and boys experience great pressure to keep up online appearances. Work together as a class to consider the effect of photos on social networking sites, and invite your learners to reflect on such important concepts as double standards and judgment.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History 32 Views 24 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Responding to Uncertainties and Changes
Fifth graders read articles to make them aware of the world around them. In this social awareness lesson, 5th graders complete a reading on social issues and write a response to the literature. Students include complex sentences in their writing.
5th Language Arts 5 Views 18 Downloads
Assessing Behaviors Using Rational Numbers
Combine a study on appropriate behavior with examining rational numbers! Individuals assess behaviors that they see and experience in the school environment. They identify, define, compare, and order behaviors that are both positive and negative, using number lines to help draw conclusions, reason, and visualize concepts.
7th - 8th Math 15 Views 71 Downloads
Opening a Special Ed Class
This is not just a instructional activity, it's a life saver! Here are 10 separate documents intended to assist a new Special Ed teacher. There are 4 different games, instructional tips, ways to handle documentation, behavioral modification suggestions, and tips on how to modify school curriculum to meet your student's special needs.
1st - 12th Language Arts 204 Views 916 Downloads
New Review Marine Animal Husbandry and Training
Step into the role of a zoo director with several activities about animal training and running a zoo. Kids calculate the amount of food each animal needs, design a habitat for penguins, decide how to breed bottlenose dolphins, and train their classmates using animal training techniques.
7th - 12th Science 3 Views 1 Download
Stand Up. . . Be InCtrl!
What is the difference between a bystander and an upstander? A collaborative project created through digital media will help the class understand that they can participate in an online community respectfully and responsibly. They consider the impact of cyberbullying and how their language or actions can impact others.
4th - 8th 21st Century Skills 108 Views 90 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Youngsters create class rules by determining the environment they would like to have in their classroom. They come to a consensus about how to have a safe, fair, fun learning environment by discussing the rules in the Karla Kustin poem, and sharing their behavior plan with their parents.
K - 2nd Social Studies & History 3 Views 14 Downloads
Sample Behavior Strategy: Hallway Transitions
Written as a sample behavior strategy, this resource provides a case-study-style context to assist an Autistic child with transition issues. The primary behavior is laying in the hallway during transitions. The behavior strategy is positive reinforcement through a token economy system.
K - 6th Special Education 44 Views 144 Downloads
One Plus One Makes You and Me - Respect
Young pupils should benefit from this wonderful series of activities designed to teach them how to get along with, and respect each other. Learners recognize how to demonstrate both respectful and disrespectful behavior, and take part in role plays in order to gain social skills.
K - 2nd Social Studies & History 104 Views 264 Downloads
Game Related Social Skills
Most of us like to play games, but knowing what to do when a game doesn't go the way one expects is a learned skills. Adolescents with behavioral disorders practice responding to a variety of situations that arise during game play. They take turns, ignore taunting, respond to losing, and discuss disputes.
9th - 12th Health 78 Views 148 Downloads
Your Digital Footprint: Leaving a Mark
A digital footprint is the trail of personal information that comes from purchasing online, tagging friends in photos, blogging, and using social media. Kids discuss what information can be tracked, privacy, and what your digital footprint can be used for or how it can impact your future.
4th - 8th 21st Century Skills 84 Views 96 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Becoming a Web Celeb
It's become more and more common for individuals or groups to become famous practically overnight, but what are the consequences, positive and negative, of the rise to fame? Pupils explore the negatives and positive of Internet fame while taking a close look at gender roles and stereotypes.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History 14 Views 14 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Living in a Digital World
What does it mean to be a good digital citizen? Is it the same as face-to-face communication? In small groups, learners discuss the differences between digital and non digital life, how they are different and what each environment can offer.
4th - 8th 21st Century Skills 80 Views 69 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Risky Online Relationships
The Internet can be a place where both positive and negative interactions happen. Begin the discussion with a talk about positive and negative encounters before defining some related terms for your class. Next, ask your class to pretend to be an individual in a tricky situation.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History 26 Views 18 Downloads CCSS: Designed
New Review Taking Action!
Motivate young scientists to stand up and take action with this environmental science lesson plan. To begin, the class works in small groups brainstorming actions that support the conservation of the earth before creating and implementing an action plan aimed at making positive changes in the community.
4th - 8th Science 9 Views 4 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
The Family Structure of Elephants
Elephant family relationships are a lot like ours. They cooperate in child rearing, have social structure, and practice coming-of-age events. Supported by fabulous photography, an elephant biologist shares 20 years of study with the audience.
8 mins 7th - 12th Science 4 Views 1 Download CCSS: Adaptable
EMOTIONAL SKILL: ASKING QUESTIONS
Students explore the participant's feelings about his or her use of the skill. They discuss the overall skill of Asking Questions. Students discuss the three critical behaviors involved in the skill of Asking Questions which are: Identify the Question, Select Who to ask, and Pose the Question.
Higher Ed Social Studies & History 7 Views 27 Downloads
NteQ Lesson Plan for S.E. Hinton's The Outsiders
Explore literature through the completion of reading comprehension worksheets in class. After reading the classic book, The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton, middle schoolers review each chapter by completing study questions and story webs.
6th - 9th Language Arts 84 Views 583 Downloads