Basic Social Skills for Youth: A Handbook from Boys Town
Developed and tested for over 20 years at Boys Town, this curriculum contains more than 180 social skills that are broken down into their component behaviors and presented on reproducible pages. Included are instructions for planning skill-based treatment interventions for difficult youth.
Simple steps to learning eight basic skills.
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Accepting criticism amends for hurting appropriately in public argue ASIC SKILL Ask questions Avoid acting obnoxiously backgrounds deserve BOYS TOWN PRESS Check back Common Sense Parenting conning or persuading damage or vandalize disabled people deserve Disagreeing appropriately Don't stare feelings or causing follow instructions Follow these steps friendly going to say help you understand Helpful hints hurting someone's feelings lf you disagree Listen carefully Look lt's mumble negative behavior nice to meet Nodding your head Obey a request obnoxiously in public paying attention person is saying person shows person throughout pleasant voice Rationale Recognize that disabled Refrain from conning Refrain from teasing request to stop respect in public Say I understand Say Okay Shake the person's shaking hands Showing respect wherever Showing sensitivity Smile social skills Speak clearly stare Stay calm stop a negative sure the person Teen Common Sense throughout your conversation treated vandalize public property Youth