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A flexible, ready-to-use program to help special students in grades K-5 learn appropriate ways to behave among others
The revised and updated second edition of this bestselling resource book provides ready-to-use lessons--complete with reproducible worksheets--to help children become aware of acceptable social behavior and develop proficiency in acquiring basic social skills. The book is organized around three core areas crucial to social development in the primary grades: Accepting Rules and Authority at School, Relating to Peers, and Developing Positive Social Skills. Each lesson places a specific skill within the context of real-life situations, giving teachers a means to guide students to think about why the social skill is important. The hands-on activity that accompanies each lesson helps students to work through, think about, discuss, and practice the skill in or outside of the classroom.

Darlene Mannix has taught both general education and special education. She has worked with students ranging from learning disabled and mentally challenged to language disordered and severely emotionally disturbed. Mannix is the best-selling author of numerous books for special educators including Life Skills Activities for Special Children, Writing Skills Activities for Special Children, and Character Building Activities for Kids, all from Jossey-Bass.



Autorentext

Darlene Mannix has taught both general education and special education. She has worked with students ranging from learning disabled and mentally challenged to language disordered and severely emotionally disturbed. Mannix is the best-selling author of numerous books for special educators including Life Skills Activities for Special Children, Writing Skills Activities for Special Children, and Character Building Activities for Kids, all from Jossey-Bass.



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Social Skills Activities for Special Children

Second Edition

This thoroughly revised and updated second edition of the groundbreaking Social Skills Activities for Special Children offers teachers 164 ready-to-use lessonscomplete with reproducible worksheetsthat help children become aware of acceptable social behavior and acquire basic social skills.

Each of the book's lessons highlights a specific skill framed in real-life situations. This gives teachers a meaningful way to guide students to think about why a particular social skill is important. The practical hands-on activities that accompany each lesson help students work through, think about, discuss, and practice the skill in or outside of the classroom.

Social Skills Activities for Special Children puts the emphasis on three areas crucial to social development in the primary grades:

Accepting Rules and Authority at School: Understanding the Teacher's Role; Classroom Rules and Responsibilities; When You Have Problems

Relating to Peers: Learning and Working with Others; Making Friends; Keeping Friends

Developing Positive Social Skills: Understanding Social Situations; Getting Along with Others at Home; Everyday Etiquette

Praise forSocial Skills activities for Special Children

"This second edition has been eagerly awaited and Darlene Mannix does not disappoint! Each activity provides a clear objective and rationale, hands-on activities, and a reproducible independent activity for students to complete and take home, helping parents to reinforce and generalize skills in the home environment."
Kaye Otten, Ph.D., behavior and autism specialist, Lee's Summit, Missouri

"Offers elementary teachers a comprehensive social-emotional skills curriculum . . . This book belongs on every teacher's bookshelf!"
Nick Elksnin, Ph.D., NCSP, Learning and Evaluation Resources and Linda K. Elksnin, Ph.D., professor emerita, The Citadel; authors of Teaching Social-Emotional Skills at School and Home

"A terrific resource for all teachers, especially new teachers and their mentors. The comprehensive selection of topics addresses real, complex social interactions encountered in schools and communities today."
Chris Schnieders, Ph.D., director of teacher training, Frostig Center



Inhalt

About This Book v

About the Author vii

Part One: Accepting Rules and Authority at School 1

Parent Letters 3

Story: Mrs. Tryit's Ideas 7

1 Understanding the Teacher's Role 17

1.1 My Teacher Is a Person! 18

1.2 School Rules Are Different from Home Rules 20

1.3 Different Ways of Learning 22

1.4 Showing Respect for Your Teacher 24

1.5 Doing What the Teacher Asks 26

1.6 When the Teacher Leaves the Room 28

1.7 Getting the Teacher's Attention 30

1.8 Complaining About Work 32

1.9 Arguing with the Teacher 34

1.10 Notes Have to Make It Home 37

1.11 When the Teacher Is Talking . . . 39

1.12 Teacher-Pleasing Behaviors 41

1.13 When Your Teacher Has a Bad Day 44

1.14 Having Fun, But Knowing When to Stop 47

Classroom Tips for Understanding the Teacher's Role 50

2 Classroom Rules and Responsibilities 51

2.1 Entering the Classroom 52

2.2 Morning Agenda 55

2.3 Paying Attention to the Task 57

2.4 Talking to Your Neighbor 60

2.5 Oops, Wrong Assignment 62

2.6 Complying with Instructions Right Away 65

2.7 Saying I Can't 67

2.8 Appropriate and Inappropriate Language 69

2.9 What Do I Need for This Job? 71

2.10 Good Choices for Free Time 73

2.11 Leaving the Classroom 75

2.12 Moving Around in Class 77

2.13 Moving as a Group 79

2.14 Thinking About Consequences 81

2.15 Doing It Right the First Time 83

2.16 Sitting Appropriately 85

2.17 Doing Homework 87

2.18 Bringing Homework to School 90

2.19 Finishing the Job 92

2.20 Independent versus Group Assignments 95

2.21 Fire Drills and Other Interruptions 97

2.22 Behaving at a Special Program 99

2.23 Welcoming a New Student 102

2.24 Sharing in Community Circle 104

2.25 Using the Class Computers 108

2.26 Attendance Is Important 110

Classroom Tips for Classroom Rules and Responsibilities 114

3 Relating Appropriately to Other School People 115

3.1 It's a Substitute! 116

3.2 The Classroom Assistant (Aide) 118

3.3 The Principal 120

3.4 The School Secretary 122

3.5 You're Not My Classroom Teacher! 124

3.6 The Bus Driver 126

3.7 Specials Teachers 128

3.8 The Custodian 130

3.9 Field Trip Helpers 132

3.10 The School Counselor 134

3.11 Peer Tutors 136

3.12 Community Helpers 138

3.13 Cafeteria Helpers 140

3.14 Playground Supervisors 142

Classroom Tips for Relating Appropriately to Other School People 145

4 When You Have Problems 147

4.1 Having a Problem 148

4.2 Asking for Help Politely 150

4.3 Taking Another Look 152

4.4 Thinking Harder 154

4.5 I Am Having a Really Bad Day 156

4.6 I Don't Understand What to Do 158

4.7 No Crying, No Whining 161

4.8 I Don't Speak English! 163

4.9 Excuses, Excuses 165

4.10 People Who Can Help 168

4.11 Problem Solvers 170

4.12 Keeping Track of Assignments 172

Classroom Tips for When You Have Problems 174

Part Two: Relating to Peers 175

Parent Letters 176

Story: Ralph and His Purple Face 179

5 Learning and Working with Others 183

5.1 Following the Leader 184

5.2 Being the Leader 187

5.3 Ignoring When You Have To 189

5.4 Not Disturbing Others 191

5.5 A Disabled Peer 194

5.6 Bullies 197

5.7 Doing Your Share 199

5.8 Not Always Me First! 202

5.9 Cheating 204

5.10 Listening to Other People's Ideas 206

5.11 Someone Made a Mistake 208

5.12 Taking Turns 210

Classroom Tips for Learning and Working with Others 212

6 Making Friends 215

6.1 Being Interested in Others 216

6.2 Sharing About Yourself 218

6.3 Joining Clubs and Activities 220

6.4 Inviting Others into Your Group 222

6.5 Breaking into a New Group 224

6.6 Listening 228

6.7 What Is Encouragement? 230

6.8 Saying Nice Things 232

6.9 Good Group Activities 234

6.10 Having Someone Visit Your House 237

Classroom Tips for Making Friends 239

7 Keeping Friends 241

7.1 Learning from Your Friend 242

7.2 Being a Fair Friend 244

7.3 Sharing Friends 246

7.4 Laughing Together 248

7.5 Keeping Your Promises 250

7.6 Sometimes Friends Disagree 252

7.7 Sticking Up for Your Friend 255

7.8 Helping Someone with a Problem 257

7.9 Telling Someone If a Friend Needs Help 260

7.10 Friendships Change 262

Classroom Tips for Keeping Friends 265

Part Three: Developing Positive Social Skills 267

Parent Letters 269

Story: The Accident 273<...

Produktinformationen

Titel: Social Skills Activities for Special Children
Autor:
EAN: 9781118963463
ISBN: 978-1-118-96346-3
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Herausgeber: Jossey-Bass
Genre: Pädagogik
Anzahl Seiten: 464
Veröffentlichung: 14.04.2014
Jahr: 2014
Auflage: 2. Aufl.
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 51.2 MB
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